I'm barely holding on. I'm always on the edge, even after all these years.
Ashton: I live every day the same and I can't change who I am no matter how much I try. My new neighbor won't give up asking my name and trying to make conversation with me. If he knew me he wouldn't keep trying. I'm a lost cause.
Lincoln: Catching sight of my neighbor's ass in the hallway the day I moved in more than piqued my interest. It's not just the body that has my attention. She's mysterious, hiding behind sunglasses that cover most of her face. I ask her name and try to get her to talk on the rare occasions I see her in the hallway, but every time she ignores me and turns away. I need to know more about this woman, I can't get her out of my head. Do I keep trying? Do I keep asking her name?
Warning: Some people might consider this a Dark Romance. Recommended for 18+ due to graphic details and language.
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This book was so beautifully written. It shows the healing power of love and patience. Being with somebody through all of their struggles and knowing that sometimes you push them and sometimes you give them space.