sábado, 9 de junho de 2018

The Girl and Her Ren (The Ribbon Duet #2) by Pepper Winters


“What do you do when you write down all your secrets? No…that’s not enough. What do you do when you write down all your secrets and the one person who should never read them does?
I’ll tell you what you do.
You hope.”


REN
Ren didn’t know the meaning of love until he took Della for his own.
To begin with he hated her, but as the months bled into years, he learned the opposite of hate, dedicating his life to giving her everything.
Every sacrifice, every gift, he gave wholeheartedly.
But then love turned to lust and ruined everything.

DELLA
I was stupid to write my secrets down, but I’d been stupid before so it was nothing new.
I couldn’t blame him, hate him, fix him.
I tried to move on without him.
But no matter what I did, I couldn’t seem to delete the secrets I’d written.
Until something happened.
Until he came back and read my stupid secrets.
And nothing was the same after that.
 

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This story left me with a book hangover.

I loved The Boy and his Ribbon and was waiting fot this one anxiously.

Do you know what is finish a book and crying your eyes out? It was so hard to read this book, because it made feel so much, I was a mess after finishing it.

The first chapters I was so angry with them. So much time wasted, they were apart when that wasn´t necessary, just because of lack of comunication, and I don´t like this. Is a pet peeve of mine. And, even with their relationship starting to blossom, they still had problems cause bu their lack of comunication.

But, I can´t say it was a nice book. On contraire it was a great book, I could say it was the greatest book of this year, but it left my head so messy, hurting for them, that I can´t even remember which other books have I read this year. It was one hell of a emotional ride, that made my heart break and heal alongside Della and Ren.

I wish they could have more time together and a little girl. But, I feel that this book was perfect as it is, even with my pet peeve. And any change could change the whole outcoming.