She'd been betrayed too many times to hand over her trust.
I'd lost too many people to love too easily.
Together, we were a mess. A constant struggle for peace. Yet it was in each other we found everything we were looking for.
Until tragedy struck and I feared the worst.
Pushing her away would have been the best. Kept us safe and unshaken.
But it was too late. My little fighter had determined what she wanted, and she was willing to go down swinging to finally earn her happily ever after.
It was her determination that kept us together, even through the worst of it.
If we finally made it to the other side, all the ugly things we'd survived could lead to something beautiful.
Great story, but …
I enjoyed the story, but I resent being held hostage to finish it. You need to read BOTH books to get the whole story - a “duet,” they say. A duet is 2 …. Two stories, not half a story in each book.
Guess it’s never to late to learn a new trick.
Good story, but—
The story is good, and the characters are likeable, but it needs some serious editing. This book is rife with poor grammar, myriad errors in spelling and punctuation, and missing and misused words. I was still able to enjoy the story, but the mediocre writing was very distracting and greatly detracted from my enjoyment of it.
It was Ok.
This book wasn’t so bad, loved the plot of the story but there was way too many grammar mistakes. At one point she states she has never taken a bath before but in the first book when she moves into the new place all she does is take baths.