- File Size: 4257 KB
- Print Length: 167 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1975774868
- Publication Date: September 21, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0753R8LB7
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #278,760 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Sasha is a 20 something young women out on her own after surviving the foster care system. Her life revolves around her 16 year old brother, Billy , that is still in the system. Sasha is very closed off and blunt to the point of being almost rude. She also cusses like a trucker with tourettes.
Noah is the guy she meets in line waiting to get into a club to watch a Nirvana cover band. She tries to blow him off, but he keeps getting her attention. She ends up giving him her business card so she can do some photograph work for him.
Will Noah finally get through Sasha's high walls and see the real woman? What is Noah up to? What is Sasha's secret that she gets texts and calls for all the time? How is she going to save Billy?
I know this is probably one of the most boring reviews I have ever left, but I really, really don't want to spoil one thing in this amazing book. I would love to read more from Michelle Thomas, but I can't find anymore of her books.
I voluntarily reviewed an advanced reader copy of this book. This is my honest opinion
I'm finding it difficult to articulate how much I FELT while reading this book. This isn't just a story that you'll read, enjoy, and then forget about. No. This book will take you on a journey; an emotional ride that gut you, and stitch you back together, somehow leaving you whole when it's over.
Sasha is a loner. Someone who doesn't trust easily. She has two people in the world she cares about: her little brother and her best friend. She doesn't need or want anyone else. Raised in a less than ideal foster home, she's jaded about the world around her.
Noah was also raised in a foster home, but his experience was much different than Sasha's. He's about living in the moment and enjoying life, and that is what he tries to teach Sasha. He's intent on breaking down her walls and showing her not everyone in the world is bad.
I love Michelle. Her writing is not cookie cutter. None of her stories are ever the same. She doesn't subscribe to one genre, but mixes it up, and brings pieces to each story. This tale is a little bit new adult, a little bit romance and a little bit suspense. And the way she combines the three makes for a great read.
This book, like her others (written as M.Lynne Cunning), does not have what we consider normal, typical HEA's, and that's one of the reasons I love her writing. Noah and Sasha's journey is one of love, loss, healing, hope, and self-discovery. You will not only get to know these characters, you will feel what they feel. You will laugh, you will get angry, you will rejoice, and you will cry. But at the end of it all, you will smile, because you'll know that it ended the way it was meant to.
Sasha is by far the character I have loved most in a long time, she wears like a sailor on shore leave and reminds me of me a little bit, as I have a tendency to turn the air blue. Sasha is someone who would do anything to help those that she loves, and is more of a mother to her little brother that their own mother ever was. You need to read the story to get what happens but I’m glad she got there in the end. Noah Stanton was a young man whom my thoughts on him changed so much over the process of the book, he went from a naïve young man who is off to college to someone I wanted to wrap my arms around and him and help him get the pictures he wants.
What a story, I really do not think this will be topped, Michelle Thomas has a job to do with her next read as this one was amazing. I think I may have a new favourite book fairy drop book as so many more people need this book in their lives.
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