Genres: Contemporary Romance
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create with one touch has me searching for her, even when there’s also
something dark underneath her bright smile.
giving her all of me while expecting all of her.
I had some mixed feelings about this book as I dove. Burgoa touches on several tricky topics such as mental health illness and abandonment. I feel she did a great job in researching about these so that the characters were believable in their experiences. The writing was done well and the story puts a vise on your heart. While I enjoyed the story and characters, I think I became so wrapped up in their pain that I sometimes lost the beauty of the story.
HOWEVER, all of those mixed feelings faded as I watched Willow and Hunter interact in a different way, navigating their emotions and layers. This was the best part for me when the fog began to lift. I guess I saw the book in two parts; pre-growth and post-growth. I have to believe it was intentional that Burgoa would structure the book in this way.
caffeine-injected soap opera.She lives in Colorado working for a small IT company, managing her household
filled with three confused dogs, her geek husband, two daughters wrought with
fandoms and a son who thinks he’s the boss of the house. To survive she works
continually to find purpose for the voices flitting through her head, plus she
consumes high quantities of chocolate to keep the last threads of sanity