Recommended By Angela
Recommended By Angela
Impact hit me harder than most books. It is a story about true survival after a life changing event. Zoe's life is turned upside down by a sexual assault. I loved her character which made reading about what happened to her even harder. You watch her crawl her way out of hell and try to rebuild any sense of normalcy but how do you feel safe again in a world that destroyed you? Enter Tripp. He is so swoon worthy and his patience with Zoe as she is trying to find the good in life again is enough to make you melt. Their relationship is built on compassion and hope and it is the kind of love story that will stay with you for years.
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His eyes close in relief, his large hands coming up to cup my cheeks and I barely have time to breathe before his lips are on mine. His kiss is exactly like him. Confident, gentle, passionate. Addictive.
He really is handsome. Classically so. A man that turns heads, that causes women to double-take, knowing they didn’t have enough time to appreciate his beauty in that fleeting glance. No matter how often I see him, which is almost daily, his effect doesn’t lessen. He renders me speechless, and based on the smirk traveling all the way to his eyes, he knows it. More, he likes it.
“I’m not a stranger to love, I’ve been there twice before. I’m not lying when I tell you that you’re the prettiest put together human I’ve ever come across. Gosh, dove. You see broken, I see impeccable. You’ve taken all your fractured parts and rebuilt. You’re magnificent,” he whispers. “You see imperfections, I see the greatest parts of who you are."
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a marked effect or influence
My life has been severed into two distinct origins.
You don’t need to know too much of my life before. It’s no longer relevant to my story.
The damage is mine. I’m a ghost. The shell of the girl from before striving to survive in the after.
Love. Life. Friendship.
I’ve pushed it all away in my fight to breathe another day.
Who am I?
Worse, I’ve lost sight of why I continue to endure.
Until he reminds me of the girl of before.
Warning: This book contains topics that may upset or offend readers, especially those who have previously experienced sexual violence.