- File Size: 2135 KB
- Print Length: 305 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1500632457
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: August 4, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00MF2OQVA
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #12,217 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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I honestly want to just give this book one huge hug. This has it all. Heartache! Tick. Romance! Tick. Miscommunication! Tick. Wonderfully strong and interesting characters! Tick. Feels! Tick tick tick! Hard hitting drama. Beautiful growth from the characters and a divine romance brewing. Oh talk about opening the flood gates. The prologue to this story brings on the warm and fuzzies and then the first chapter is a swift upper cut to the feels. My heart is broken for Brooke and the fairy tale future that never eventuated. Just when I thought it can’t get worse for her, it does. I have a headache from all the crying while I write this review.
I love Smith’s writing style. It’s modern, refreshing and easy to read but that doesn’t mean the story is uncomplicated. There is a beautiful web of so many levels within this tale that have left me raw. It alternates from Brooke and Saxon’s point of view. Saxon is an uncomplicated man. He’s up front. He’s very clear with what he wants. It’s Brooke who complicates things but I understand why she does. She’s in a very confusing mental state given what’s happened to her.
But please don’t think it’s all doom and gloom. There are lots of fuzzies sprinkled throughout that brought a smile to my dial. I love the banter between Brooke and her friend Rachael. Saxon is heaven on legs and is a real man. I have recommended this book to so many people and warned them to have the tissues ready and when they pull the ‘just sucked a lemon face’ for their own fears – I prompt them – no, you have to read the heartache to get to the true love.
There were times I was gasping by what was revealed and I was cheering them on. I was smiling while reading the last chapter and then the tears started again. (They are now while I’m writing this. Well played Stephanie!) I urge everyone to go out and buy this book and I dare you to tell me that you don’t at least get the sniffles – if you don’t … you must have a heart of stone.
Brooke's husband Nate is killed in a car crash. Who's there to pick up the pieces? Saxon, is who. Saxon was Nate's best friend. The grief Brooke feels tugs her into so many different directions. She lets the fears she has take over her heart and soul. Saxon has loved her from the beginning, since their days in college but he stood back to let his friend have her. So when fate hands him the chance to have Brooke, he takes it. But will Brooke be able to let go of her dead husband and live her life?
You'll have to read for yourself and see.
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I Loved this Book So Much. I Could Hardly Put it Down. It was Amazing and I Highly Recommend it to all the Readers <3