Page Count: 486 pages
Natalie is a wife.
Natalie is a mother.
Natalie is a cutter.
Clawing at walls built by resentment, regret, and guilt, Natalie cuts as an escape from a life she never planned.
Staying present is only possible when you let go of the past. But, what if the past won't let go?
I. Am. A. Mess. This was so sad, emotional, deep, and when I say emotional, I MEAN EMOTIONAL! Every single page I would start crying and couldn't stop.
This has to be by far the first ever book that's not written by Cassandra Clare, that made me cry nonstop. And that's a BIG accomplishment because I would shed some tears and sob but this, mhm.
I read this nonstop like I had to finish it. The characters where AH-MAZE-ING. I so felt what Nat is going through and her cutting (well I don't do that but I do know people who suffer from it) and how her life has been so screwed up and wasted. Until she finds Ry again and that's when everything goes into place.
I really hated Eric. I mean he's a total jerk and asshole. Even near the end I still hated him.
I really loved this book and I really recommend you all read this because it sends out a great message and the feels just hits you and with the whole second chance love, I can't even right now. I really need to go to sleep. It's 3:32 am right now because I had to finish this.
This is a stand-alone and I'm really sad that's it. I get to attached to characters and I just can't help feeling I want more. (But please no Eric)