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Out of Breath (The Breathing Series, Book 3) Kindle Edition
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What was with the POV change in the book I hated it. It came out of nowhere and was distracting.
*******SPOILERS DO NOT READ IF YOU PLAN ON READING BOOK 3*****
How does Emma keep cutting off people that way with no COMMUNICATION.
It's one thing to have misunderstandings but between Emma and Sara not speaking to Jared and Evan this juvenile OK then I get that.
I actually liked how the character Emma develops in the beginning she is just like her mother in many ways. She is self-centered, selfish and self-absorbed. She wallows in her own pain and does not care who else she hurts because she is focused on her own misery. She uses every man in her life to self medicate. She uses Gev and Cole to fill her time like her mother used men to stave off pain and loneliness.
I thought she was on a good path to changing herself and her life from Book 1 to Book 2. By the end of Book 3 I could neither empathize or sympathize with her decisions.
I thought there would have been some resolution to the story that she would have gotten some help. I thought she would have seen the similarity in herself and her mother. Maybe she could have changed her life and stop following the same pattern over and over with these men.
Cole was a nice character and she treated him like he was disposable after he was a friend to her. I was happy that she was honest with Evan at the end of the book but then she goes looking for Jonathan again. She does things to continually self sabotage her happiness and the happiness of those around her. She has no regard for reality or the feelings of those around her. She wants people only around on her terms and they can go to hell if they push too far.
This is not a character that I end up rooting for or liking because she just never got better. Her situation got better but she did not. This is actually a story about a person with mental issues. I did not like the ending because I felt she was just as unstable and unbalanced and selfish as she was in the beginning of the book. The only difference was Evan was there to enable her. She still could not sleep and guess what her sickness spread to Evan then he was having trouble sleeping too.
After all of that she ends up rubbing Evans face in the fact that she bought the house and he bought a room. I didn't feel any real LOVE from her.
How could she possibly love Evan when she did not even love herself. At least with counseling or some help maybe she could have found the love that her father had given her at the foundation of life and built from there. She was just a person that could not cope with life and found someone that would help them do it. Didn't like this at all.
Maybe the author should try with one more book to resolve the character and not leave her hanging in emotional and psychological limbo like she did then I could finally sleep through the night too.
I wanted to give a much lower rating due to the fact this third book was lousy with punctuation and missing words, causing the reader to have to re-read and insert missing words and punctuation to make it make sense. Also, at times, the Emma character is wearing something strapless, but in the next paragraph of page, his straps were being lowered. The same thing with Meg and Emma playing the "Name that band/song" game they play.
I felt this final book was rushed and could have easily been more completed, probably into a fourth book. You are left with a feeling of, "wait, what about..."
But the story is good! Extremely Good....
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