If I had to choose 5 books/series that I could re-read forever…….the following would be them.
This was a VERY hard choice!!
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The Steel Brothers Saga – Helen Hardt
3 Brothers – Talon, Jonah, and Ryan. Each brother gets 3 stories. The series starts with Talon. Talon was kidnapped as a kid but has not idea who did it. His stories start out with him wanting to find out who killed him and him falling for his sisters friend. Then onto Jonah who falls for Talon’s therapist and then Ryan who falls for a cop. But the three women who enter their lives are all connected to Talon’s abduction in one way or another, even though no one realizes it yet. This story has so many twist and turns and it completely AMAZING!!
Whispers and the Roars – K. Webster
WOW!! What a book. I can honestly say that in the beginning, I wasn’t totally feeling the book. I kept reading because I know K. Webster’s work and I knew I wasn’t going to be disappointed.
About 46% into the book I started to get very confused. I was like “What in the world is going on?” Then at about 60% I was like “I totally understand now!”
WHAT A PLOT TWIST!!!!
I never saw it coming. Like ever. But once it was reviled, everything made sense.
K. Webster is a genius. This story was amazing but it was also such a hard story to read. I takes you places that no-one would ever willing go and shows you what some people go through. This book is dark and can make you feel uneasy but it is totally worth it.
Pretty Little Dolls Series – K. Webster and Ker Dukey
Benny, Benny, Benny…..WOW!! He is the villain you love to hate. I don’t wanna give to much away but this series is AMAZING and if you love dark reads…DON’T MISS THIS ONE!!!!
The Story of Us – Tara Sivec
So let me tell you…… I cried so many times during this book. I had tears in my eyes before I was finished with the epilogue. That’s how I knew that this book was going to touch my heart.
Eli went through terrible times while he was captured for those five year and Shelby went through her own terrible times while he was away.
And let me tell you, holy plot twist.
Reading their story and seeing all the pain they both went through was heartbreaking. They each went through different challenges during those five years but neither of them knew that they were what was keeping the other one going.
The Air He Breathes – Brittainy C. Cherry
This book has two main characters : Elizabeth and Tristan. It is told from both characters point of view, but you read Elizabeth’s side of the story more. You learn about Elizabeth first. She is a single mother to Emma who lost her husband in a car accident. She moved in with her mother for a while but decided that she needed to move on with life and moved back into the house she shared with the late husband. When she moves back home, she learns that she has a new neighbor that is quiet and mysterious. Tristan Cole. It takes longer to learn about Tristan but the adventure you go on to learn about his past with well worth it. Elizabeth and Tristan meet by chance and their first meeting does not go well. Even though Tristan puts on a rough front, Elizabeth can tell that there is a good man underneath the surface. After a while, Elizabeth and Emma are able to start breaking down Tristan’s shell that is hiding his past. You learn that Tristan lost his wife and daughter in an accident and he is still having a very had time dealing this his pain.
Elizabeth and Tristan don’t instantly fall in love. They fight and bicker. They try to use each other to fill the void that is in their lives, both thinking they can do so without gaining feelings for the other.
At the end of the book, you find out that Elizabeth and Tristan’s lives are tied together in a way they never would have imagined.
I absolutely loved this book and didn’t want to put it down. This book will make you laugh and cry and cry again. This book is set at a pretty good pace and the author does not try to rush the story. As I was reading the book, I kept wanting to know more and more about the characters and their stories. This book touched my heart and I would defiantly recommend it to a friend.