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Words Left Unsaid by [Johnson, Missy]
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  • File Size: 2223 KB
  • Print Length: 219 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0992466571
  • Publication Date: June 13, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00ZMKJ4G4
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #275,107 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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This is an emotional story of love, loss, and letting go. 3 years ago, Kiara had everything she could want, a fiance she loves and a beautiful little girl. She was happy. That all changed when her fiance, Aidan, was in an accident. After the accident, he's in a coma in a vegetative state with no hope of ever recovering. For three years, Kiara isn't really living. She's raising her daughter, working a couple days a week and visiting Aidan. Her sister wants her to move on because she still has to live her life so she sets Kiara up on a blind date. The only thing is, Kiara has no idea she's going on a date and thinks she's meeting her sister for dinner. When she meets Max, she's angry and hurt to be set up but the more she gets to know him, the more she ends up liking him. Max is such a good guy. He loves kids, he likes animals, he doesn't sleep around. He's so patient with Kiara and is willing to wait for her to be ready for a relationship. I really liked Max. I knew going into this book that it was going to be emotional and it was very sad at times, but there was also a really sweet, slow-building romance. My only complaints are that the ending felt rushed a bit and I would've really liked an epilogue. Overall, this was a really sweet, emotional, and thoughtful story about moving on with life and finding love again.
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Loyalty to a ghost or living and loving in the present? That is a question that Kiara had thought over the last few years. Once a happy woman with a loving fiancé and young daughter, Kiara's life was changed in an instant when her fiancé was in an accident that has left him unresponsive in a coma for years.

Raising her daughter on her own, Kiara is torn between loyalty to Aiden, her fiancé, and moving on with her life with someone new. With pressure to stay faithful to Aiden coming from his parents and pressure to move on coming from her family, Kiara has to decide what is best for her and for her daughter once and for all and Max may just be the guy to give her the strength to move on and offer her a future.

Missy Johnson is one of my favorite authors and she did not disappoint with her latest book! Words Left Unsaid is emotional, gripping, and heart-wrenching. I genuinely liked the book and the concept for it, but wished there was a little bit more "meat" to it. There just seemed to be a little something missing from the book. The characters were easily likable and Max had a good sense of humor. It was hard for Kiara to move on but she showed a lot of strength and was a wonderful mother to Tilly and always put her first through everything.

Aiden's parents (Heather) were a bit harsh for my taste. It was sad that their relationship had disintegrated to barbs when they had been close before Aiden's accident. As for Kiara's family, I really liked Ellie, Kiara's sister, and how she had stood by and helped and offered her support to Kiara over the years. Ellie offers her encouragement and a gentle push into moving on and in all honesty, I think it was exactly what Kiara needed.

I really enjoyed this book and I can't wait to see what Missy Johnson has up her sleeve next.
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I always jump up and down when I see that Missy Johnson has a new release coming. This was my second Missy Johnson book this week! She needs to hurry up and give me another one. This was definitely a cute, quick read. It took me less then 24 hours to finish it completely.

Kiara is engaged to Aiden who's the love of her life and the father of her 2yr old daughter Tilly. One minute they have a happy life full of life, happiness and love. The next minute there are cops at her front door telling her he's been in a terrible accident. Aiden hasn't died but it's just as bad. He's in a vegetative state. A coma. He will never recover. Kiara knows he'd never want to live the rest of his life hooked up to machines and tubes. Unfortunately, they weren't married so his parent's have all the control.

Three years later Aiden is still hooked up to the machines. Kiara is not living the life she should be. She has a part time job. Visits Aiden on her days off. Aiden's mother basically makes Kiara's life a living hell every time she sees her. The only time she's somewhat nice to her is when Kiara brings Tilly over there for dinner every week. Tilly is the only good thing in her life. Her sister Ellie and brother-in-law Grant have been a huge part in her life as well. They're always there. Help her raise Tilly. But, lately Ellie has been Kiara to start dating.

Max has just taken a new job as the principal of an elementary school. He moves back to his old neighborhood. Max's old friend Grant has set him up on horror blind date after the other. Like everyone legit just gets worse. Max went through hell with his ex fiance but he's finally ready to find love. Which is why he agreed to go out on another Grant set him up with.
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This was a really great read. Kiara had a pretty great life. She was in love, was engaged to that man, had a beautiful daughter, and a great family. But with one moment, her life is irrevocably changed forever. Aiden, her love, is in a car accident and he's in a coma. The doctors say he will never recover but his mother will not turn off the machines and let him die the natural way. Now it is 3 years later and Kiara is pretty much in a holding pattern. Her love is gone but his body is still in the hospital and she feels guilty. Heather, Aiden's mother, makes her feel horrible and does everything she can to guilt her. Ellie, Kiara's sister, think she needs to move on and live her life.

Kiara is a pretty great woman. She's a single mother to a beautiful daughter. She hates that Aiden is still in a coma, she knows he wouldn't want to be stuck like he is. She knows that there are worse things than death. Aiden's mother is pretty horrible to her but she loves her grandchild. Her sister and brother-in-law think she needs to move on and start living again. She's pretty much stuck between a rock and a hard place. In the 3 years that Aiden has been in a coma, no one has made her want anything else until Max walks into her life. He's a really great guy and she is very attracted to him. He starts to open her up to possibilities but guilt and fear make her feel stuck.

Max just moved back to the area and he was a close friend with Grant, Kiara's brother-in-law. He's a Principal at the local elementary school and Kiara's daughter goes to that school. Grant has set him up on many disastrous dates but there is something about Kiara that draws him in. He knows she has major baggage and has been through the wringer but he sees possibilities with her. He goes out of his way and does so many wonderful things for Kiara. He knows that she deserves to be happy.

Definitely worth reading.
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