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Keep them shut.
Block out the pain.
No one sees the truth.
Until him.
He wants too much.
He wants it all.
He wants me to live with my
Eyes Open.

Eyes Open is an interconnected standalone novel within the Finding Home Series. Due to explicit sex scenes and sensitive subject matter, this book is intended for adults 18+

316 pages, ebook

First published March 1, 2016

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Rachel Caid

6 books157 followers
Rachel Caid lives in Missouri with her husband and two sons. She is a self-proclaimed coffee addict with no plans of recovery and is an avid reader of all types of romance. Her day job is very black and white, so she enjoys being able to lose herself in the colorful world of novels; whether it’s reading or writing them.

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Profile Image for Ivette Pacheco.
205 reviews2 followers
February 19, 2016
What to say...
I've won both books and I love meeting new authors and the chance to get to fall for their stories.
Healing was great, and EO is beyond that.
I think the story line is tough, sensitive but at the same time so beautiful and lovely.
The author outdid herself, and now I'm not so patiently waiting for what will come next.
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602 reviews47 followers
February 24, 2016
4.5 Stars!

What I love the most about Rachel's writing is the amount of heart and soul infused into each of her books. I can almost feel the pieces of herself that she leaves behind.

Christine and Craig feel like real people with real issues. No overly dramatic trumped up bullsh*t. Just two people living life dealing with everything that comes with it, family, friends and jobs. It's a balancing act for sure but then there is always something that happens that turns it all upside down. For Christine and Craig that something is each other.

Christine is holding back. I knew from reading Healing that she had a secret. One that she doesn't feel the need to share. It's not anyone's business if it isn't hurting them. Right?

Sometimes in life bad things happen and we have to learn to deal and move on. Christine thinks she has done just that. Until Craig. Christine wants Craig. Craig wants Christine but he's not going to settle for less than all of her.

This story is about what happens when carefully constructed walls come tumbling down and Christine is forced to expose her darkness and trust those closest to her to love her just the same.

Christine and Craig's story touched my heart and opened my eyes! Sometimes all it takes is a sliver of light to obliterate the darkness.
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809 reviews
February 29, 2016
4.5 stars

Eyes Open is book 2 in the Finding Home series by Author Rachel Caid. It is a contemporary romance and can be read as a standalone.

"I can pretend nothing scares me, pretend to still be that girl who can take life by the horns and wrestle it to the ground. One side cold and alone, the other burning to be whole."

We first met Christine and Craig in Healing. They had an undeniable connection, but Chris was unable to let go of her past to see the possible future that was reaching out to her.

"He makes me feel as if he's seen the scars and isn't disgusted by them."

Craig is a gentleman and passionate lover. He gives everyone important in his life the full attention deserved. He is smart, wealthy, has a creative mind, and is in love with a woman who is incapable of freely giving herself to him.

"I will chase you, I will find you, and I will break down any barrier you put between us. You are mine. Always."

Eyes Open is Christine and Craig's beautiful love story. But it's more than that. It is an acceptance and healing story for Christine. Accepting her past, acknowledging her present, and receiving healing for the future. She was a remarkable character, having faced so much but finding light and strength in her darkness and despair. Craig was a sexy, swoon-worthy alpha-male, but not so much that he became an over-bearing or lacked thought for Christine’s opinions and wishes. He challenged Christine. But was always her biggest fan, cheering her on, giving her the hope and the love she needed to see herself the way he did. He also protected her and gave her a safety net to fall back on and cling to, when needed. The relationship that evolved with Craig was one of trust and loyalty. These two characters were truly meant for each other, balancing the scales of memories and dreams to bring a remarkable reality that was greater than either of these. The storyline kept a steady pace and offered glimpses of some of the characters I'd already come to love, as well as giving further hints to those that I hope will be explored in the future. One particular part of the plot stood out to me, halting my breathing and making me feel so much compassion for Christine. The repeated cycling of this theme served to make me further aware of just how much she had lost and regained with the love of those around her and an acceptance of the occurrences that shaped her into the enduring woman she became. There were moments of sadness and longing, of things that could never be undone and would forever be melded onto the slate of Christine's life. But friend-moments brought out crazy stories that had me laughing out loud. A special person and confidant that stood out the most was Cecelia. She was a lifeline for Christine. Her words and mannerisms were that of a sweet and caring mother. While her wisdom and resolve gave profound moments of understanding and release. Author Rachel Caid scripted a life-changing story that transformed heartbreak and brokenness to eternal bonds and love.

"I want a love so strong, so deep and amazing, that angels in heaven are jealous of it. One that transcends death."
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4,967 reviews524 followers
March 9, 2016
Craig wants Christine back but in order to have a relationship with Christine again he wants complete honesty. Christine is holding back something from her past, Craig knows it but until she can trust him enough they are in limbo.

Loved Craig, he knows Christine is his one but he also knows they can't keep running in circles. He is protective of Christine and is wiling to be by her side no matter what. Christine is trying but she is scared and I think so relatable where her feelings are concerned. This is a fantastic couple with real problems, I liked that at times it was just communication about non important things that made them so believable. Excellent read.
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4,296 reviews80 followers
February 25, 2016
This beautiful story made my heart beat wildly in anticipation of what was to come. Rachel Caid did a FANTABULOUS job. I will read anything she writes, from this day forward.
This book makes me want the kind of love they have.

review by Stephanie
25 reviews15 followers
February 24, 2016
This beautiful story made my heart beat wildly in anticipation of what was to come. Rachel Caid did a FANTABULOUS job. I will read anything she writes, from this day forward.
This book makes me want the kind of love they have.
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699 reviews48 followers
March 18, 2016
Even though this is the second book in this series it can be read as a standalone. It was the first book that I have read by this remarkable new and up in coming author Ms. Caid.
This story is well written but might have some triggers
We watch/read about Christine and Craig and their beautiful but heartbreaking Love story. Craig and Christine are one hell of a couple with the struggles of real life dilemmas. This story was well written..
We watch Christine struggle to let go of her past a traumatizing time in college. The author does a great job of offering us a look inside Christine’s head and the real struggles she goes through. With all these thoughts running through her head have had an impact on all of her relationships, including with the one with Craig.
After an argument about having complete honesty Craig wants Christine back but in order to have a relationship with Christine again he until she can trust him enough to tell him her secret she is holding back about her past.
Craig, knows Christine is his one but he also knows they can't keep running in circles. He is protective of Christine and is willing to be by her side no matter what.

Christine is trying to move forward but, she is scared and she is second guessing where her feelings are concerned. Unless Christine comes to terms with her past so she will not be able move forward in a relationship with Craig.
I admired Christine for her courage and growth she made though this story. Craig is caring, understanding and loving.
He wants Christine to heal so he can show her that her past does not affect their relationship. Craig wants to show Christine that not all men are the same and she could trust her heart with him.
Will these two end up back together? Will they overcome their past? Will they have a happily ever after? You will need to read this story to find out.
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1,063 reviews24 followers
February 25, 2016
4.5 eyes on me stars

I knew from the moment I read Healing, Christine and Craig was a story I had to read. They were hot, hot, HOT for one another and then suddenly they could barely be in the same room with each other! Christine had secrets and Craig had no patience for anything other than the utmost truth.

In Eyes Open we slowly learn those secrets and witness the journey these two will go through to be with each other. I loved Chris' character and her path to self worth, from her fear and self loathing, to her hope for herself and this relationship, to rock bottom consumed by pain and anger, to healing and acceptance of her past and ultimately, herself. This was an important journey and I think Rachel really did it justice! Craig makes huge strides as well. He was kind of the alpha caveman in Healing, the my way or the highway guy. After he loses Chris, he realizes his mistake and vows to get her back. His patience grows leaps and bounds and he starts to read her better, knowing she's not hiding something from him because she wants to dupe him, she's hiding something from herself to cope with normal every day life! His thoughtfulness and understanding made him a rock solid guy!

I really enjoyed this! Can't wait to see if we get some Emmy/Pete action next!
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717 reviews24 followers
March 12, 2016
This first half of this book I really struggled with, I couldn't connect with Christine at all and I found her worse than I had Anna.

Christine was a complete and utter hypocrite, she went on a date with Travis but was a b!tch when she thinks Craig is dating! She was completely self-centred and I couldn't stand her character for the first portion of the story but I have to say she won me round in the end. Her attitude totally changed and my heart broke for her once we got to the root of her problems.

Christine had been through a tragic event in her past that she kept to herself. I have to admit I knew what it was going to be before it came out!

Craig was a great hero, he stuck by Christine through thick and thin and his feelings for her never wavered!

The first half of this book I didn't know if I was going to be able to finish it but the second half turned it all around. I was hooked by 50% and couldn’t set the book down. This was an emotional read and had me reaching for the tissues!!
317 reviews
March 6, 2016
I really liked this book. It has heavy subject matter...the h had something happen to her in her college years that makes her a survivor. The author does a great job of offering us a look inside her head and the real struggles she goes through. These thoughts have an impact on all of her relationships, including with the Hero..Craig.
He never wavers, and is great at teaching Christine that she is a survivor.
There is plenty of hotness and times you want to shake the characters, but you get dual POV to help the story.
I believe this is 2nd in the series, and you can read it as a stand alone.
I will be going back and reading the 1st...maybe by then the 3rd will be out!
Worth the read for sure!
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Keep them shut.
Block out the pain.
No one sees the truth.
Until him.
He wants too much.
He wants it all.
He wants me to live with my
Eyes Open.
Profile Image for K.L. Kreig.
Author 29 books2,501 followers
March 13, 2016
An "eyeopening" 4.5*

In Eyes Open, book two in the Finding Home series, we get a deeper glimpse into Christine, Anna's sister. Christine was feisty in Healing, but in Eyes Open, you get a deep look into her psyche, what lies underneath that bubbly persona. And let me tell you...it's damaged. The girl has been through some shit.

Then you have Craig. He's been burned by a woman before. In Healing, these two had just started dating but at the end broke up because Craig felt Christine was hiding something from him. As had the woman before. He blew up. Christine got pissed. She ran.

Eyes Open follow this couple as they fight their way through demons and past so they have have their HEA. Both of these couples have issues from their past, but while Craig's is trust, Christine's runs far, far deeper.

This is what I love about reading a new author and watching them progress in their craft. The depth of writing between Healing and Eyes Open was startling. And I thought Healing was fantastic! Ms. Caid dug into Christine's character and brought to light the true internal scars of a woman who has been assaulted and how that impacts her feelings about not only herself, but her worthiness as a mate to someone. The struggle was real and at times, hard to read about how worthless Christine truly felt about herself. I was in public and twice had to put the book away because I had tears streaming down my face.

I thought Craig's character was a perfect match for Christine. He was forceful when he needed to be. He was gentle when the situation called for it. He was infinitely patient. But at all times, he made it known that he would stand by her side. Be what she needed, when she needed, how she needed. That's a true man. That's what endeared me so much to Craig. This book is heart, romance, true grit and determination. It's one you won't want to miss adding to your reading shelf. Ms. Caid pulled this heart-twisting story off beautifully.

Eyes Open truly can be read as a standalone, but I guarantee you'll want to start with Healing and Anna and Noah's story. Next is Pete and I for one...cannot wait. He's the guy I've been salivating over and the prologue she teased us with will stick with me!
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271 reviews10 followers
May 16, 2016
Christine has a secret. For years she's kept it hidden from everyone important in her life with the one exception of her therapist whose's been trying to help her move on, but for her otherwise close knit family? Not a word.

Months ago, when Craig and Christine first got together, things were intense. The attraction they shared was overpowering and they got real close real quick, and in that maelstrom of emotion things went pear shaped. Craig, who has a history of being hurt by women who keeps secrets, realized that Christine had a secret that she point blank refused to come clean about.

Both of them being stubborn and pig headed ... that was that. They broke up, but still that connection is there, and since they live in each other's lives Craig's best friend and business partner being engaged to Christine's sister, something's got to give.

Written as an interconnected standalone, told from dual POVs, we get a recap of what happened between these two in the background of the latter part of Healing, book one of Rachel Caid​'s Finding Home series woven through the opening pages of Eyes Open.

Rachel employs a delicate touch as this story meanders around before eventually crashing headlong into Christine's secret. One that, at least in broad terms, you'll probably see coming a mile away, but the writing is so engrossing that, if you're anything like me, you'll be captivated and heartbroken as past and present collide, and sympathize with Craig who is, in large part, powerless to act, at least in the caveman way that his male instincts urge him to.

So much darker than its predecessor, it nevertheless captures the same spirit of family and closeness that permeates both, this story tugs at the heartstrings until they're strained and taught, soothes them only to snap them right to breaking point once more.

Even still, there's room between the covers for fun and hilarity, joy and togetherness, some rather hot sex, and a few twists and turns.

Beautifully told, I absolutely loved it.
March 15, 2016
Reviewed by 2 Girls Who Love Books Blog

I don't know where to really start with this review. This book was all to real for me.
I have been in the shoes of Christine.

Eyes Open is a story about a woman who is living in fear of her past. She is afraid to get close to the one man who could show her what a relationship or love really is. But first she has to live with her Eyes Open.

Christine is a woman who had to suffer through the one terrifying event that no woman should ever have to go through. She seeks help from someone she can trust. Christine meets Craig and he awakens everything she had thought she had lost in herself. She comes face to face with her past. She finds her strength in Craig. He helps her life with her Eyes Open.

Craig is the one man that could hold her togethor. He fights her demons with her. He tries his hardest to not let her give up. He is a beautiful man with nothing to give but his heart and soul. He is strength and backbone to survive.

This book was fantastic. An HEA that is beautifully written. Rachel has a way with her writing that will suck you in from the first page.
If I could give Eyes Open 10 stars, I certainly would.

I can't wait till the next book is released.
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3,438 reviews64 followers
March 22, 2016
For some the signs are easy to read, others need it spelled out. I think Craig suspected before Christine was willing to tell him.

Craig wants to go into this relationship with eyes open. He wants all the nitty gritty. No secrets. He was burned by manipulating conniving women and he doesn't like those kinds of surprises. When he demands a run down of Christine's past, she shuts him out and ends their relationship.

Struggling through pride and the belief that each is right, Chris and Craig still can't seem to stay away. How can you make it work, when both feel it's a breaking point? How do you get past it?

Realizing their bond is unique, they try being friends. Yeah, right!
Secrets come out, lives are changed, and choices must be made.

The subject matter in Eyes Open is a bit tougher. Some people will find it hard to read, but it actually uplifting. Besides, if you don't read it, you won't get to meet my new best friend- Ryan Hastings. I hope Ryan gets his own book with an update. (Sorry, not sorry Derek!)

I'm glad we get to share in Chris and Craig's story. I hope Emmy's princess tale is next.

reviewed for Reviews from the Heart
Profile Image for Dina Littner.
Author 8 books64 followers
March 8, 2016
Dedication & Commitment ~ Courage & Growth

Congratulations to new author, Rachel Caid, on the release of her second book ~ Eyes Open. I went into Eyes Open not having read Ms. Caid's first book, Healing, and now I need to go back and read it!

Rather than recap the plot, I want to tell you how much I loved Craig's dedication and commitment to his goal (and I won't say what that goal is). He makes sure every action supports the outcome he knows is absolutely right. I also admired Christine for her courage and growth (and I won't say why) even when she questions everything around her.

Something Ms. Caid did well was to plant the seeds of her next book in the current one. I look forward to reading what's next from Rachel Caid.

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722 reviews4 followers
March 8, 2016
What a mix this story was of romance, sadness and strength. Craig and Christine were once an amazing couple but Christine was running from a secret and Craig had been hurt before by women with secrets and was not wanting to repeat that pattern. Christine needed to come to terms with her past and Craig wanted to show her that not all men are the same and she could trust her heart with him. I loved this story. The characters were well written and it had a touch of mystery trying to figure out what Christine was dealing with. The connection between the two was evident from the beginning and Craig proved himself worthy when needed. Overall it was an excellent story and I look forward to more from this series.
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343 reviews2 followers
March 11, 2016
Eyes Open is the second book in the Finding Home Series by Rachel Caid. The first book in the series is Healing.

Rachel Caid touches on a sensitive subject in Eyes Open. Christine went on a bad date in college that she ends up surviving. This story shows the struggles that Christine goes through mentally with herself and when it comes to dating Craig.

It also shows Craig's point of view and how he wants to stand by Christine no matter what. What he has to do to show Christine his love for her.

This was a beautifully written book that I will never forget. I want to go back and read the first book Healing now while I wait for the next book.

I received a complimentary copy in exchange for a honest review. Reviewed by Melissa K for HEA Fanatics.
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Author 4 books106 followers
April 5, 2016
This is a very well written story with great characters. The story flowed and held my attention from beginning to end. After being introduced to Christine and Craig in Caid's debut novel Healing, I was anxious to read their story and I was not disappointed. Craig has all the qualities to make a great book boyfriend. He's patient, sweet yet tough when he needs to be. Caid also did a great job portraying Christine's insecurities, fears and her strengths. I love the family dynamic in this series. Each character is relatable and adds something to the story. I look forward to reading more from this author and will definitely recommend this book to others.
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922 reviews7 followers
March 12, 2016
This was my first time reading Rachel Caid and I can say that it won't be the last. Plus it's always fun to come across a book that's based in your hometown. Eyes Open is heartwrenching yet I love how it highlighted the love and support that sometimes only your family can give. I really admire Christine's resiliency and strength. It takes a lot to go through what she went through yet find the will to keep fighting. The connection between her and Craig is something most could only hope to find in a significant other.
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709 reviews16 followers
March 8, 2016
I received a ARC in exchange for a honest review.
4* read.
Eyes Open is book 2 in the Finding Home series by Author Rachel Caid but can be read as a standalone. Christine and Craig had such a beautiful and heartbreaking story. Christine struggled to let go of her past and had to deal with so much my heart broke for her. Craig was determined to bring Christine's wall completely down and i loved reading their journey through this. Great beautiful and emotional read.
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2,543 reviews23 followers
June 26, 2016
* * ARC given on behalf of obsessed by books for an honest review * *

Yay, I was so glad to get Christine story. We meet her in Healing and knew there was somthing deep going on with her that keep her from giving 100% of herself to Craig and Craig isn't sure what she's hiding and Christine is afraid once he sees the scars hell run so how can he get her to let go and give them a chance. omg I loved this story and rooted for these two from the start. definitely a must read.
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514 reviews15 followers
March 7, 2016
Wonderful book on family and friends helping Christine heal after a tragic event. She feels unworthy of love or a normal relationship, she feels like damaged goods. Craig, her boyfriend, is so caring, understanding and loving. He wants to heal her and show her that her past does not affect their relationship. Beautiful story of the power of love conquering all obstacles.
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755 reviews27 followers
March 8, 2016
This is book two in the finding home series, however it can be read as a standalone. It is a love story at its best. Real people with real issues, written about in a real manner. A wonderful writing style which makes for an enjoyable read.
271 reviews3 followers
March 5, 2016
WOW!!! What a emotional ride!! I loved Christine and Craig's story of sorrow, anger and love!! I can't wait for the next one!!!!
271 reviews3 followers
March 5, 2016
WOW!!! What a emotional ride!!! I LOVED Christine and Craig's story of sorrow, anger and love!!! I can't wait to read the next book !!
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921 reviews10 followers
April 2, 2017
I really enjoyed Christine and Craig's story........

The thing I like about Rachel's books is that they are more true to life. They're not your typical rich man trying to save lost poor girl. They are more relatable.

Craig was sweet, kind, patient (according to him) ; ) But he was also domineering, goes after what he wants, doesn't give up and sexy as hell!!!!

Christine had a strength in her she didn't know she had until Craig came along and forced her to show that strength. She was stubborn but I think that was her way of protecting herself.

There were so many feels in this book. I was screaming at my tablet and cussing Rachel out in the same breath. It's a great read!!!!
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593 reviews6 followers
September 28, 2016
O casal Craig e Christine estão separados graças a uma briga até boba, na minha opinião. Aos poucos fui entendendo o posicionamento de cada um e realmente fiquei na duvida se tomava partido de Christine ou Craig. O bom é que eles aos poucos também vão percebendo que não podem nem devem ficar separados ,pois foram feitos um para o outro.

Diga se não é para agarrar na mesma hora uma criatura dessa?

Craig é um verdadeiro príncipe extremamente protetor porem meio cabeça-dura , algo no passado meio que o tornou assim, porem ele sente que não consegue viver sem Christine e vai a luta por seu amor. Ao mesmo tempo em que o passado dela volta com toda força pronto para terminar de quebrar de vez com a garota.

O livro me travou um pouco por conta da teimosia dos personagens em alguns momentos mas a trama me deixou totalmente curiosa para saber como seria o final do casal . Segui em frente e foi ai que me apaixonei por Craig e torci muito para que ele , Cecilia e toda a família conseguisse ajudar Christine a se recuperar.

Afinal esses pombinhos mereciam ser felizes juntos!

" Este é o seu lugar, " Eu disse enquanto corro o braço por toda a garagem. " Este, " Eu disse, apontando para o coração dela, " é o meu lugar. Eu protegerei ambos com minha vida."

Aiiiii, coisa mais linda esse homem, meu deusinho!.....Sou romantica demais....Socorro!!!! So lendo vocês vão conseguir me entender.

Recomendo o livro para quem gosta de uma trama mais tensa e cheia de suspense mas tambem repleta de amor incondicional . O livro mostra bem a humanidade de cada personagem ,seus defeitos e qualidades . Você acaba se transportando para a historia junto com eles e se angustiando com algumas cenas e se alegrando demais com outras.

Amei demais conhecer Emmy que já sei diante mão que será a protagonista do próximo livro que será lançado amanhã.

" Isto ,Christine, é o que eu quero. Eu quero um amor tão forte, tão profundo e maravilhoso, que os anjos no paraiso vão ter ciumes. "

Eita! Prepara o coração para este história....

Fiquei intrigada pelas cores fortes escolhidas para a capa,afinal roxo e preto muitas vezes são associadas a dor, mas depois entendi perfeitamente a escolha .Tem tudo a ver com a historia forte de Craig e Christine. E adorei rever os personagens do livro 1.

Beijos, Myl
335 reviews
February 20, 2017

Christine and Craig stole my heart! One of my favorite quotes from this book: " Love is saying I’m sorry, it’s accepting people as they come, and most importantly, love is a precious gift that should never be thrown away.” and it's one I will keep with me and remember always. Rachel has a way of writing her characters that they bury themselves inside the reader and they stay with you. All the feels in this one. Loved it!!
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3,214 reviews100 followers
May 28, 2016
4 Open Star’s

Craig and Christine are introduced in book one, only their relationship is short lived because Craig felt like Christine was hiding something big from him. But what he doesn’t know is that she is hiding in plain sight from not only him but herself and her family.

This book deals with some heavy stuff I wasn’t expecting, but it was the healing that I like. How even if he didn’t know what was going on Craig was still there for Chris even if he didn’t know he was doing any good.

I lovvvved we got to see Anna and Noah in this book but what’s even more, was Pete, I want him to get his HEA he was so wonderful in this book I can’t help but feel for him. He was everything a big brother should be.
“My brother, my white knight, is giving his all against a man who has terrorised my mind for years.”
I have to say though we see a lot of character growth with Christine that I wasn’t expecting. In book one she seems like the carefree happy go lucky girl with a secret but with this book we got to dig deeper in to her shell and it was hard to read but beautiful to see her come out the other side.

"I want a love so strong, so deep and amazing, that angels in heaven are jealous of it. One that transcends death."

Getting to know these two separately then getting to know them as a couple was nice to see that Craig is just as protective of her as she is of him. I loved how he was so attentive.
I can’t wait for book 3!
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