The day I lost my best friend was the day I realized that I'd been living in the past. I've tried to find a way to heal, to mend that break. Somehow, I came through it partially whole. But I know I couldn't have done that without Aiden Connolly.
The problem is, he once loved my best friend. And now she's gone, and I refuse to be in that shadow, or worse, a replacement for someone we both loved.
I left them all behind.
My best friend.
Only Sienna Knight doesn't realize what she means to me. But before I can make sure she knows, I need to figure out exactly what that is.
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Made me cry
Watching these two figure things out and fall in love was quite the story. So much drama, but it brought them together. But how could she love her best friend's ex? Isn't that against the rules?
Both Sienna and Aiden are hurt, physically and mentally, and angry and confused. They deal with it in different ways. Aiden lashes out and Sienna closes in on herself. And now, both are cat people. Will they learn to open up to each other and communicate with each other? Is this just off the charts chemistry or is it more?
I cannot believe Ms Ryan made me cry in this book. But yes, she did. So be prepared and have hankies handy. I'm looking forward to hearing more from this group of family and friends.
Joe Arden and Maxine Mitchell brought out all of the guns for this book. As I said, I cried. It was a combination of the story and the storytelling. You can never discount the narrators when you cry. If they don't put the emotion into it, you would not cry. So well done you two.
Falling With You
Maxine Mitchell & Joe Arden are at the very top of my favorites list, So I couldn't have loved this audiobook anymore than I already do. They are a fantastic duo and listening to them had me wrapped into the book that much more than when I read it.
This series has been full of loss, rebuilding, emotions, and second chances. From the very first page of the first book all the way to the last page of book three. This group has lost a friend and none of them saw it coming, now they must each deal with the guilt of not seeing the signs, not being there to help, they are also each dealing with their own personal problems.
The Connolly brothers are learning how to be a family again, and rebuilding their parent's legacy. Working through the guilt they have built over the reasons for their separation, and the feelings that they abandoned their father.
With this book in particular there were times that I was a bit annoyed with the side characters, with how much they get into the main characters space, and are after them so much. But when you pull back and remember that they have all lost a friend, and now are super sensitive to each other's moods and rhythm to make sure that they dont miss something going wrong because none of them wants to go through with that loss again - each of those instances where I was initially annoyed becomes a whole different feeling.
I know this review has been a bit all over the place but there is no doubt, I loved the chemistry between Sienna and Aiden, I love the dynamic between the group as a whole. This series is so real, and so heartbreaking, but also so very heartfelt and full of hope and the possibility of a brighter future, even when everyone feels like there is a missing piece.