I received a review copy
Samirah Lundgren is living the party girl life. While she’s trying to forget about her past and put off having a meaningful future, her lifestyle catches up with her, leaving her in a wake of personal destruction. Alone and homeless, she encounters Michael Salinger, a man carrying his own baggage in the form of a spinal cord injury, not to mention his former fiancé is marrying his former best friend.
Can a man with a broken body and a woman with a broken soul help each other find the redemption they need to become whole again?
When reading the synopsis, I wondered if I would cry through this whole story and just be a basket case while reading. That was not the case, but this book did bring up a whole lotta feels for me. There are some very serious topics discussed along the way, but this story never felt too heavy, or too depressing or too overwhelming. It was simply a solid, well-written, and very engaging novel. I read this in just over a day because it hurt too much to put down. Intense, realistic, and a must read.