How do you keep existing when your heart is so splintered, so completely torn to shreds, your pulse is fading? You're…broken. How do you move forward when every breath is nothing more than a constant ache? Living becomes an insidious reminder that you threw away the single largest part of yourself. Your…soul. No amount of distraction can pull you from the torture of losing your…life.
Now that Emily Cooper has walked away from her first love, she finds herself running toward her only love. Unraveling fast, but clinging to hope, Emily risks all she has left on the man that has consumed her every thought and dream since the day they met. Will Gavin take her back? And if so, will their reunion be a collision of two hearts destined to complete one another and rekindle a love that knew no boundaries? Or will scars from their past rip open, tearing slowly at what each of them was meant to be? Can fate, the ultimate game changer, mend the shattered road it laid out from the start? Only time will tell…Tick-Tock…
©2013 Gail McHugh (P)2013 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.
This book is the conclusion to Collide, which I enjoyed. I felt like this was a good ending to the series. I really enjoyed some of the plot twists. Even though you could guess what was coming it still kept your interest. I have to say that the smexy talk got to be a bit overdone. I like romantic dialogue but 3/4 way through you were say alright I know you are madly in love and that he is your entire world. Emily and Gavin are drawn together from the first and I think that the author makes you feel their passion and need for one another. Gavin is strong but also compassionate. He has a volatile temper when it comes to protecting Emily. Emily is not a weak woman. Although she is dependent upon Gavin for support she has endured a lot and holds her own. I like that Emily's and Gavin's friend are in this book as well. Fallon and Trevor are a unique couple. Olivia is a hoot and crazy. There are tense moments that keep you listening. I still feel that the narrator did a good job but some of the voices were just annoying to me. I like other narrator's better but overall Marsy Kowal did ok. I think this is a good solid listen. The two books are long and so you feel you get a credit worth. I would recommend this book .
You thought you knew what was coming, especially from the flavor of the reviews....but Gail puts a huge twist in here that had my heart breaking, literally! Gavin and Emily seem to have it all but their world crashes! I have to have a HEA and you gave it to me! Thank you Thank you Gail for your masterful storytelling! I like both Gavin and Emily's POV's, I love your style. I won't forget Collide and Pulse and they'll remain on my Favorite's list forever!
This book was amazing!!! However, the narrators voice got on my nerves a tiny bit with some of the characters.
Gavin....Why can't I find a guy like that!!
Not really...refer to the first question
I don't want to give the book away!!
Just the deep love that Gavin had for Emily. The way he expressed it and fought for for her. He was truly her knight in shining armor. I also liked the development of Emily growing into her maturity and finally taking a stand.
That Emily finally ended up with a good guy.
Hands down Gavin. He is a man any woman would be lucky to have.
****spoiler alert***** I almost cried during the breath chapter. I couldn't imagine her having to go on without her guy by her side to help her ith her little man
Loved it. Sad that it came to end.
The story is good but the narration was so bad I quit listening to it.
Someone who knows how to do different character voices where they don't all sound alike or sound like they're in dire oain.
It's a good story, but I'll read the book instead of listening to it.
More plot or interests by the main characters, maybe. It became boring when the 2 main characters just incredibly loved each other with over-the-top drama/emotion. There was no development of their relationship beyond the initial physical attraction.
I wasn't a fan of the narrator. I think that she had a weird pronunciation for some words..."restront" instead of restaurant. Also a couple of the characters had some weird voices that kept reminding me of the SNL skit "The Californians"... and come to think of it the content was kind of similar. Over drama?
I had to stop, it just wouldn't stop sapping on about their special love. There was no other reason for me to like the characters...any of them.
Oh I think the drama in the voice matched the story...it just was boring
I wouldn't call this smexy...if smexy means smart and sexy. I would say it's shalexy...shallow and sexy.
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