You can feel the pain of the characters in this book. Nell is a girl that's headed for accomplishing great things in life but when tragedy strikes her path is changed forever. You get to see this perfect girl with her perfect life turned upside. The struggles she goes through is not pretty or glamourized, it seems so real. Their is no way the author or someone close to her didn't live through something very similar to this.
Although this is not really part of the book at the very end someone sings the song Falling Into You and it was so beautiful.
Playing the guitar in the hospital. I won't add anything else, don't want to spoil anything.
The hospital scene with the guitar.
Unlike the other reviews I didn't cry but it will break your heart for sure.
Love all romance, dark romance, romantic comedy and suspenseful romance!
You will definitely lose yourself in this story. You will cry but you will be put back together. Nell & Colton's story will blow you away!
A reviewer at Guilty Indulgence Review Site. I don't go anywhere without a book -ebook or audiobook.
Despite what you might have heard, this book is about so much more than loss and grief. It's also about love, forgiveness and healing. Flashing from high school to years later, every moment of this story is perfectly woven together. The characters are easy to connect with, and thier music brought everything to life alongside the narration. I LOVED this book and can't wait for the next!
This is the most heart touching story that I have ever listened to. I listened to it all at one setting. A lot of emotion and pain.
The story had such great promise and was intriguing but the romantic/erotic senses were cliche and boring. The dialogue in these scenes were unoriginal. I felt like I was listening to a horrible remake of 50 Shades.
I see some potential for this series.
I like the characters and the story so far. It kept me interested from beginning to end and I can't wait to see what the future holds for the two.
Audio Reviewer under Audio Flow. I enjoy delving into the imagination of writers and hearing it read aloud by seasoned and new audio actors.
This was my first ugly cry. I tend to stay a way from books that delve deep into my soul. But I couldn't make myself stop listening.
First. The storyline is unmatched. I haven't read/listened to anything so powerful. Touching on a lot of issues that people face that's never discussed. Just an overall amazing story.
Gabriel and Piper were magic. Gabriel really tapped into Colton's character. I felt him. He was believable and yes I'm still crying.
Piper was amazing. I felt as if she really understood the character's pain and suffering and I couldn't stop listening.
Truly a 5 headphone listen.
This is a book in 3 parts with two lovable male characters and a female lead who you cannot help but feel for.
The first part reminded me of my first love and the sweetness of your first everything. The slow realization that someone is more than a friend, that first kiss, all is described in such detail it took me back to my own feelings of that time. This part ends with the death of Kyle and the destruction of everything that Nell was. Her loss is palpable and the narrator does an incredible job of getting this pain across.
Part two is a different feel almost a completely new story. Nell is a broken shell of the girl she once was going through the actions of life but not actually living. We get to watch her and Colton teach each other to heal. To learn that it is okay to hurt and grieve, that the pain never truly leaves but one becomes alright. I loved the importance of music throughout this part of the book.
There are some exquisitely detailed sex scenes, an abundance of hurt and grief and the allowance of being happy once more.
Part three is the shortest its the what comes after. This cannot be talked about without spoilers so I will just leave it with a read this it's one hell of a roller coaster of emotions.