Inhaling in life is easy. It’s the exhaling—the letting go— that’s the hard part.
Katie Elliot has always known the Conner twins. For years she secretly pined after one, while playfully averting the advances of the other. Once upon a time, she was fine with that. Then came the moment when her twin of preference kissed her and changed everything.
As if realizing love can be complex—even when it’s reciprocated—isn’t hard enough, tragedy strikes, tearing Katie and the boy she’s always desired apart. Finding herself torn between love and guilt, Katie must learn when it’s acceptable to let go—when it’s finally okay to exhale.
A book suitable for young girls
Tender topic about loss and love. I thought the topic regarding the death of a twin was a little blaze. A tender topic such as a death of a sibling so young should have been dealt with in a more sobering matter. The family did not seem to express much suffering or pain with their loss and kind of moved on too fast. It's like everyone was in denial and thought it was best to quickly move on because Kyle would want everyone to be happy.
I did not care for the story line. I had hoped for a better outcome for the love triangle between the twin brothers. I thought that had a premise for a good story, but when he died I thought that was a cop out way to handle the situation.
It's no good