One night changed everything.
In a single breath my entire future was ripped away.
Now I'm left simply trying to pick up the pieces.
Endless nights waiting tables in hopes of keeping a single piece of the dream I left behind.
He came for pie with dark eyes and a cocky smile.
But those eyes saw more than they should.
Past my walls to all those secrets I'd long buried.
That should've been my first warning.
I should've said no when he offered me a job too good to be true.
But I said yes.
Slowly friendship sparked to something more.
Stolen moments became an obsession neither of us could kick.
Hudson gave me more than I'd ever dreamed.
So much of what I had lost.
A home. A family.
I should've known it was all a beautiful lie.
I should've known he'd only leave me with all the ugly things...
This book was so incredible. I don’t know if it was my mood or the writing, but I cried so much in the first half of the book. It was so well written and just so so sad.
The two main characters are incredibly developed, I felt like I knew them. Such a heartbreaking backstory that left me feeling raw. It hit me hard, it was written so well that I love the book, but am so affected by it I doubt I can re-read it - though it is utter brilliance.
All the ugly things
Be warned you must purchase book two for an ending. I hate that and won’t bother. Whilst I liked this was a different twist on a romance story it was highly predictable.