The day Chelsea’s been waiting for is finally here. Justin Jacobs asked her to marry him and she couldn’t be happier. There’s just one problem. Justin has cancer. Before they can plan their wedding, they’ve got to face the reality that it might never come. Will Justin and Chelsea be able to make it through these tough times, or will Justin’s cancer destroy more than their relationship?
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A great to book to read
I think this is one the best books out of the series. Many different emotions, I felt like I was in an emotional roller coaster with the characters. Can't wait for the next book.
A book for the times (NYT to be exact)
Talk about great books. Trish edmisten has long been my favorite writer and I've been following her since her Wattpad days (check out her works there, they're amazing.) Tough times continues the stories of much loved characters, Chelsea and Justin. Chelsea is a heroine you can relate to, smart and feisty, with more than a little courage and backbone. She fell in love with sexy and charming Justin when she was seventeen and years later he finally wised up and fell in love with her too. Took him long enough. Just when we thought everything was smooth sailing for our favorite characters in the last book, we were hit with the devastating news that Justin has cancer. This book details the struggles that come with maintaining a new relationship through serious health issues, and it has the bonus of doing it in a delightfully wicked, charming, funny and raw way. Trish consistently writes characters that you fall in love with. I've yet to meet another writer who manages to develop their characters so well. I honestly can't wait to read the last book in the series, and the next series as well. If you haven't read this book or this author, my advice is to buy this, right now. You seriously can't imagine what you're missing. This book came at exactly the right time for me as I was going through a difficult time in my life as well... This book served as the sole bright spot for me these last few weeks and I'll forever be thankful to Trish for that.