Both Jennifer and I have read this book, so here is our review!
This is the first book I have read from Rachel. Although a short story, I loved the message between the lines. Teaches people not to judge a book it’s cover, and that your past demons are not your future ones.
Bella, Grant, Ethan, even Grant’s grandmother touched me.
Bella was afraid to let anyone in, or share her past with anyone. The ones she has loved has always past away, and she didn’t want anymore grief. She comes from a not so good past, and is scared that it will make Grant run.
Grant… wow, what a very patient man. As he slowly breaks down Bella’s protective barrier’s, he shows her that it is okay to love, that it’s okay to let a man in because not all men are the same.
I can’t wait to read more from this author. The flow and plot of this story kept my attention, even though I was sad to see it end so early. I was hoping for a little more, even though it was a good ending. I would highly recommend this book!
This story is about love, loss and learning to trust. I think that the main character Bella believes she’s not worthy of any happiness that she receives from the people who do care for her. Her lifestyle choices that help her support her sister and nephew come back to haunt her sisters sudden death. She must face her past before she can move forward.
I really enjoyed this book. You feel heartbreak and hope for Bella. You want her to have everything she never had as a child, because she deserves it. I would definitely recommend this book.
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