I've lived a life that I wanted to get out of. One that I was emotionally and, sometimes, physically abused by the people that were supposed to love me unconditionally. The one person in the world that meant anything to me is taken way to soon. In her absence, I'm left with the opportunity to be free and do as I want for the first time in my life. Can I truly be the girl that chases her dreams and learns to make my life what I want it to be? Or will people continuously try to take it all away from me?
Damon 'Bear' Jones
The only thing I want is to live a simple live and do what I want. One girl completely destroys that notion from the second I lay eyes on her. I've heard about this girl, Callie, for so long that I was beginning to think she didn't truly exist. Now that I've seen her and witnessed the innocence and freedom she's truly experiencing for the first time; can I be the one to try to make her settle down with one person? Will outside threats tear us apart before anything gets started?
I have to admit that I loved this story. Callie and Bear grabbed my heart from the first few paragraphs. The plot is dark at times, but not crazy, and there is no cheating (which is always a plus).
The only problem I have is the horrible editing. There are a lot if grammatical errors as well as spelling mistakes that would make my fifth grade English teacher eat chalk. A few of them are bad enough to cause a reader to lose concentration in key moments. Otherwise, it’s a great book.
I wanted to give it more
The story is good and follows a typical MC storyline. For me personally the writing is stiff and overly specific on details that are fairly self explanatory,. The characters lack emotional depth. The right words are written but with descriptions being so stilted and proper it was hard to get any real raw emotion from it. I only read about 3/4 of the book. Again the storyline is great, it just wasn’t enough to keep me engaged and connect with the characters.