River's Winter (River's End Series, #10) Kindle Edition
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Luna Castellanos is the new owner of River's End Cafe and is excited for what lay ahead when everything is ripped from her in an instant and everything changes.
Tragedy brings Luna and Jacob together but can it also tear them apart?
This is a heartbreaking book but also one where there is light and strength.
I was so mad at Jacob for past events and the life he got himself into. He made some terrible choices and had let his family pick up the pieces behind him. I was glad that he seemed to be dedicated to getting healthy and staying sober.
Luna was a great character and I felt so bad for what she went through and horrified she had so much guilt over it all. I was curious about her parents as she seemed reluctant to tell them what had happened.
I totally understood how and why Jacob and Luna were linked and I was super curious on how things would play out between them. I loved what Jacob decided to do on his own with the cafe and how it showed he was growing up!
I was sad when everything got revealed in the way it was. I knew it was coming but I still felt so bad! It made everything go sideways and I crossed my fingers everything would be good!
I was so beyond proud of Jacob for his decision at the end!! Made me so happy!
The end was great and I must admit I am sad that the series is over!
So this book starts off with a bang, I mean literally a bang. It was madness and craziness all into one. Jacob coming home was emotional but that was only the tip of the iceberg in this book. Him and Luna are brought together in a horrific way. They survived a horrible tragedy and suffer the aftermath. They are deemed heroes but they don't at all feel like it. Luna especially is feeling remorse at its worse. She is suffering from PTSD. Jacob does his best to help her as himself during this book. She doesn't feel like she deserved to live. This book will break your heart over and over again. I cried so much over this book and had to take so many breaks during reading it. This book will gut you to the core. This isn't your typical boy meets girl, they fall madly in love and live happily ever after. A town is rocked. Two characters are overcoming their past along with the present and trying to make adult decisions. I absolutely loved Jacob and Luna. This book was beautiful and heartbreaking but it does have a happy ending.
Luna is new to Town and has her River Cafe. When a gun man comes into her establishment she and Jacob are able to unarm him and are thrust into the limelight as heros. Both struggle with the label
They turn to each other and develop a solid relationship which is tested when Jacobs past come to her knowledge.
The author did an amazing job on making these characters and senerios so believable.
Great story with tragedy, angst and redemption.
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