Recommended By Angela
Recommended By Angela
Tarryn Fisher writes magic. Not the cheesy, pull a rabbit out of a hat magic either. Glued to the edge of your seat, don't blink because you will miss something amazing, MAGIC! Atheists Who Kneel and Pray takes you on such an ever-evolving journey of self learning and growth. I do not think I have ever related to a character in a story more than I did with Yara. She has built walls high around her heart and has convinced herself she does not need love. Hurt before you get hurt. Lose before you get lost. Break away before you get broken. I felt like I read every page of this book holding my breath. Tarryn, really peels back the layers of human emotion. She puts her characters under a microscope and lets you connect with their core. Their pain is your pain. Their happiness, your happiness. I found myself immersed in her and Davids dynamic. I loved his fight for her. I loved her struggle with him. This is a book I will read many times, relating in new ways as my life grows and evolves. Magic, Tarryn. Simply, magic.
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"I'm not an asshole," he said. "I'm a heartless romantic." "What's the difference?" He thought about it. "I believe. But without proof."
I was not a face. I was tired of being called pretty. I was tired of people seeing my potential. I could be whoever I wanted to be, and for now, that was a bartender. Beauty was deceiving in the same way credit cards were. It felt like it was free, but there was high interest with little return.
It's not true what they say, that you can only give your heart away once. That's the philosophy of the young. The old know better, they know it's not the heart that you give away, but the mind. Fuck... shit... the mind is a powerful thing. It controls the heart, but most people don't know that.
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Yara Phillips is a wandering muse.
She dates men who need her, but always moves on to something new, never staying in one place for very long.
David Lisey is in need of a muse.
A talented musician lacking lyrical inspiration. When he first sees her, he knows he's found what he's been looking for.
Yara believes she can give David exactly what he needs to reach his full potential:
A broken heart.
David’s religion is love.
Yara’s religion is heartache.
Neither is willing to surrender, but religion always requires sacrifice.