Release date 15th February
5 Shakespeare stars
This kind of love, it's what Shakespeare wrote about and why? because only something so rare, so all-consuming could create a tragic love story.
This is one rollercoaster read dragging you into the unknown of emotions and back again, you will have marmite moments where you will either love it or hate it, you will find your heart racing and palms sweating as you turn the pages and a smile on your face at the sweet and heartwarming moments.
This is a story of a love so deep, it's about mistakes and loss, it's about daring to step back into the arms of the past, it's about regret and taking chances.
School sweethearts Nic and payton are so young and in Love and in the blink of an eye everything is ripped apart. An argument an immature disagreement caused Nic and Payton to separate for two weeks, just those two weeks and in that time Payton slept with someone, a stupid mistake and everything changes that one mistake despite the love they have for each other changes something neither of them can go back to pride becomes the bigger man and so the future takes a different course.
But for both of them even after years apart the heart doesn't let go
Payton: To let go of something you love, you have to forget it, and I will never be able to forget Nicolas.
I love you without knowing how, or when, or from where. I love you simply, without problems or pride: I love you in this way because I do not know any other way of loving but this in which there I or you, so intimate that your hand upon my chest is my hand, so intimate that when I fall asleep your eyes close.
A book filled with beautiful words, heart wrenching moments, told in dual pov's, brilliantly written right through to the end.
I went through the emotions, I shed a few tears and only a brilliant put together book can do that.
"It took me an hour to know you, and only a day to fall in love, but it will take me a lifetime to forget"
Arc gratefully received for honest review