Regret, she's a snarky little bitch. I've tried several times to regret the events that took place on June 5, 2008, but for the life of me, I can't. I'd never regret the pain, the suffering, or the heartache because they ultimately led me to the place I am in now. And I can't regret the place I am in now. What I still can't figure out is this: How is it possible that the single worst day of my life inadvertently became the very best day?
Five years ago my life was irrevocably changed. Seventeen minutes was all it took - to lose my best friend, to lose the love of my life. Seventeen minutes was all it took for the seeds of hope - the seeds of my future - to be planted in the worst possible way.
©2014 K. L. Grayson (P)2016 Audible, Inc.
Where We Belong was a gut-wrenching story about two soul mates finding their way back to one another. It was emotional and deep and beautifully written.
The narration was outstanding. The narrators had me feeling everything the book wanted me to feel. Arden and Prescott are now added to me slow growing "top narrators" list.
Not only did this book break out all the feels, it was engaging and kept me thinking just one more chapter.
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