Honestly one of the best books i have had the privileged in reading! This story kept me reading, I was tired, I had to work, and yet every free moment...moreHonestly one of the best books i have had the privileged in reading! This story kept me reading, I was tired, I had to work, and yet every free moment I had I found myself reading! Easily going onto my favorites shelf I would recommend this to anyone who is interested in contemporary romance!
Plot The plot was perfect, something that was able to make you laugh and have you crying the next moment! It was able to connect the reader to the situation because its not so far out that it would never happen, as this sort of tragedy regretfully happens every single day. I love that there are flashbacks to show just how in love the two of them were before everything happened as it helps to give a clear illustration of who both characters were and what they developed to become. The only thing that did confuse me a bit were some of the flashbacks but once I caught on that it was a flashback it was all good!(May just be because I'm slow). The events that occurred at Ethan's job really interested me as I work on a construction site it is something I see everyday and I just loved having that to connect to as well.
Characters The character development was amazing, it upsets me in so many books the author does not allow characters other then the main ones to grow. With this on the other hand i was able to not only invest myself in Rosie and Ethan's story, but in Phil, Anne, Cam, Brad, Kimberly and so many others. I loved to watch these characters all develop, especially Phil knowing what he thought was right to finally seeing what was best for Rosie. My favorite secondary characters is easily Cam, I love how strong he is and how he is always there to help Ethan despite what happened with Leah.
Ending The ending was absolutely perfect, as it didn't leave any questions that would end up upsetting me after i closed the book. Not only for Ethan and Rosie, but also for Brad and Cam.
Writing I really enjoyed the writing, especially the part about the fawn and the wolf, i just loved how it was written, it gave a different view on a seemingly regular bar fight between two alpha males. The dream sequence was another big plus from my point of view!
All in all i give this 5 stars because of how all the important and well thought out events, songs, characters, flashbacks, and all the small jokes were able to build on an already fantastic story.
I would recommend this to anyone and everyone.
(view spoiler)[ It kept me on the edge of my seat the entire time, especially when the two of them seemed to be getting alone and it seemed like they would be okay and then all of a sudden they she was yelling and they were fighting, it continually pulled at my heart strings! I loved the addition of Cam getting injured, it gave the reader a chance to have a bigger connection with him, and illustrated really great character development! The dream sequence at the end of the book really interested me because of how different it was from the entire book, it gave a really fantasy that had me all over the place with how the book would end, with moments when they were really happy, and then when Rosie was walking away with the kids and especially with the shark. By far one of my favorite moments was at the end when Rosie said that Ethan would be a father, it really closed the book and did not leave me thinking about whether or not they had ever had kids or adopted. All it all it was an amazing book.> (hide spoiler)]["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>(less)