From the author of Come Back to Me comes a heartwrenching novel about a forbidden romance, a wounded marine, and the girl who’s determined to save him.
Didi Monroe has waited her whole life for happily ever after. So when charming Zac Ridgemont sweeps her off her feet, Didi believes she might finally have met the one.
Until she begins an internship at a military hospital in California. There she meets wounded marine Noel Walker. Frustrated on the outside and broken on the inside, Walker’s an irritating patient who refuses any care, keeping his distance from everything and everyone—including Didi.
Walker is strictly out of bounds. Didi knows this, respects this, but the more she tries to help Walker the closer the two grow. Soon neither one can ignore the sparks flying between them as their attraction simmers into dangerous territory.
But Walker doesn’t believe in love or happily ever after—not after what he’s seen. Not after what he’s been through. He doesn’t want to hurt Didi, but he doesn’t want to push her away either. She makes him feel peaceful. Hopeful, even.
Then tragedy hits, shattering both their worlds, and Didi realizes that love isn’t as simple as happily ever after. Love isn’t easy. It’s difficult. Messy. Complicated.
Now all Didi has to do is decide if it’s worth fighting for.
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This book has changed my point of view so much!!!
Love the characters and the plot twists
Please keep coming up with more Mila!!!
Didn’t do it for me
I love that this book is written from both points of views. I love when you can feel and understand what both parties are saying. I enjoyed the book, but not sure if I’d read it again. I read this book because of a book I’ve read previously by the same author & to me, it just wasn’t as good as I hoped and thought. Maybe because this author has already written a similar book with a similar plot? Or maybe it just wasn’t very well written? I can’t place my finger on why I didn’t like it as much, but this one just didn’t do it for me.
Loved how the characters developed. Just a pleasure to read.