5 Amazing redeeming starts!!
I’ve waited months for this book and in the end of reading it the only thing I have to say is: Totally worth the wait!! “I wish for happiness in a world full of sorrow. “
After that horrible and crazy cliffhanger in the end of the first book, things aren’t looking pretty for Callie and Kayden.
She doesn’t know how to help him and can’t even see him which doesn’t help with her own problems that seem to aggravate during the time Kayden’s closed in a mental facility.
But although Kayden realizes that the only thing he truly wants is Callie, he refuses to let her get into his messed up life and head. He doesn’t think he can be saved or loved, so he pushes away everyone that is trying.
But Callie knows that even when Kayden pushes her away that’s his own way of asking for help se decides that she will not give up on him. She will save him, even when he thinks he doesn’t want to.
She will show him that he deserves love and happiness, even when it means her giving up her own secrets and traumas.
And Kayden, even believing that there’s no solution for him, he knows that he can’t give up on Callie. He has to protect from her past, from her ghosts and make her life bright again. If if that brightness comes from a place where he doesn’t belong in.
So not giving up on the other they will eventually find strength together to deal with their ghosts and the darkness in their pasts, so they can finally find happiness in a world where sorrow peaks in every corner.
And their ride is just beautiful! : )
This book was even more angsty and broken than the previous one. But not less achingly beautiful.
Although Kayden pissed me off in several moments, I could see where he was coming from and I still loved him. And I especially loved Callie, her strength really surprised in this one.
Luke and Seth were here too and they are their awesome selves. We find out a little more about Luke and I can’t wait to read his book! ;)
The parents were all awful, really, all of them. I felt like killing them every time one of them appeared.
Anyway, this was a really good reading and I’m happy that I could read their story! ;)
If you haven’t started on these books yet, you probably should start right now!