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Being a person who lives with Vascular Ehlers Danlos Syndrome (vEDS) myself, I was eager to read this book and see how it was portrayed. Although this is a fictional book, I was very happy with the realistic portrayal of the lives surrounding someone diagnosed with vEDS. It shared the emotions of the person with the diagnosis as well as the emotions of the close friends and family members who support the person living with this diagnosis. It fairly represented the disbelief, anger, sadness and fear that a person goes through when receiving this diagnosis. Although this book was not a biography for any one specific person, it certainly could be many people's story who live with vEDS in their lives somehow. There were situations in the story that brought tears to my eyes, and situations that made me very happy.Read more ›
The relationship and verbiage felt awkward and immature. The heroine has this "gift" empathy. I honestly thought that this book was going to be a paranormal the way the heroine went on and on about how she can feel things.
A new boy comes to school. The heroine and he develop friendship or relationship, I don't know for sure. It all felt off and forced. She thinks he flirts with the other new girl, but he doesn't, then he does when he thinks that the heroine has blown him off. The heroine has a lot of trust issues since her father abandoned her. The father cheated on her mother and started dating an attractive blonde woman. The heroine stresses that she does not want a man who will do that to her. There is a lot of miscommunication. Later, the hero finds out some awful news and the story takes a different turn.
The heroine and the verbiage did not work for me. It may work for you.
While reading, I couldn’t contain my need to hug Brogen and Jay. You see, Brogen was an empath, so having your emotions get all screwed up because of other people’s feelings, is NOT a walk in the park. I felt for her. And she was in high school, mind you, which is the place where hormones and emotions run on full speed!! Let’s not even discuss the drama factor. Sheesh. But thankfully, her mom would guide her and help her deal with everything so that she wouldn’t suffer panic attacks. To top things off, she had to deal with her dad, whom I was NOT a fan of.
“Each day I grew more intrigued, and each day I became more attracted to him.”
Jay. Oh, gosh. Jay. What a guy!!! He and his story definitely pulled on my heart. Once he and Brogen met, they became friends. How could they not? It’s like they were made for each other. They didn’t have thing easy though. From rabid dogs to catty girls...to Jay’s condition. Yeah. But Brogen stood by his side.
While reading, certain scenes made my heart ache, beat faster, and even STOP. So the fact that DA Roach evoked such emotions from me was yet another plus!
“What happened to us? I has a normal life – quiet, one amazing friend, no drama – before you came into town. Then you show up, save my life, and shower me with kindness and charisma. I let you in. I never let anyone in. Then, as fast as you drew me in, you pushed me away. And now? Here I am…without you and drowning….Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Rarity is a rare gem! Enjoyable & insightful reading which will keep you up wanting to turn the page to find out what happens next.Published 1 month ago by Irene
This is certainly very well written. Great hook. The author does an excellent job with the characters and gives us a little something that we can see in ourselves. Read morePublished 1 month ago by MARISELA
" You and me...honestly, I don't know what we are. Friends? Damsel in distress and Knight in shinning armor? Classmates? Nothing? Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kaylin Beach
When I first started reading Rarity I thought it was a little different since one of the main characters is an empath. Read morePublished 2 months ago by book lover
This was a good story. I loved the characters and how they struggled with real issues . Very cool readPublished 2 months ago by Marsha Irene
Every now and then I dive into a book without an aid of a blurb. The discovery of the unknown can be a pleasure and a pain at times. Read morePublished 5 months ago by CC Ravanera
Very good book. Good story line. Easy read. Interesting information on a rare disease.Published 5 months ago by Emily Herman
I loved this book! My son has EDS and it gave me hope for the future for him!Published 5 months ago by Rocki
Having family members and having lost family members to Veds, I was anxious to read this book. It did not disappoint. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Gail Watson