When life crashes down around us, how hard are we willing to fight for the one thing we can’t live without, each other?
Life is full of moments.
And none of them are inconsequential.
Every single moment prepares you for that one instance that defines your life. You must overcome all your fears, confront the demons that chase you, and cleanse the poison that clings to your soul or you risk the chance of losing everything.
Mine started the minute Rylee fell out of that damn storage closet. She made me feel. Made me whole when all I thought I could ever be was incomplete. Became the lifeline I never knew I needed. Hell yes, she’s worth the fight…but how do you fight for someone you know you don’t deserve?
Love is full of ups and downs.
Heart stopping highs.
Soul shattering lows.
And none of them are insignificant.
Love is a racecourse of unexpected twists and turns that must be negotiated. You have to break down walls, learn to trust, and heal from your past in order to win. But sometimes it’s the expected that’s the hardest to hold on to.
Colton has healed and completed me, stolen my heart, and made me realize our love’s not predictable nor perfect—it’s bent. And bent’s okay. But when outside factors put our relationship to the test, what lengths will I have to go to prove to him that he’s worth the fight?
Whoever said love is patient and love is kind, never met the two of us. We know our love is worth it—have acknowledged that we were meant to be—but when our pasts crash into our future, will the repercussions make us stronger or break us apart?
Crashed handed my heart on a platter more times then I can count, K. Bromberg knows how to captivate her audience with her writing, sucks you in until you read the very last word of the story, but even then it’s never enough. Rylee and Colton fought through their demons, their 747 baggage but came out stronger then ever in the end, this couple is a fictional couple I idolize and it’s all thanks to the wonderfully put imagination of Bromberg.
Colton’s dad told him a quote when he was a little boy and he was later reminded of it.
“Hurting is feeling and feeling is living, and isn’t it good to be alive?”
When Rylee left the hospital, her mother told her the quote she used to say to her when she was younger.
“Remember, life isn’t about how you survive the storm, but rather how you dance in the rain.”
Colton and Becks conversation about Rylee.
“she’s worth the fight, dude. Worth every goddamn fear eating at you. Every piece of it, Colton – A to the motherfucking Z.”
I rate this book 5 stars.