REVIEW: Reason to breath by Rebecca Donovan

Kindle Edition: 374 pages
Rating :  **** FOUR stars!


Blurb www.goodreads.com:


"No one tried to get involved with me, and I kept to myself. This was the place where everything was supposed to be safe and easy. How could Evan Mathews unravel my constant universe in just one day?"

He knows there’s something more to the girl sitting in the back of the class the momen
t he sees her. She’s beautiful, intelligent, and athletic – but she slips quietly through the crowded halls, trying not to exist. Determined to get to know the elusive girl, Evan soon discovers…

Emma Thomas is hiding a terrible secret.
 




I feel this cover doesn't do the the book justice so emphasising the well known cliche "Don't judge a book by it's cover" :)


This was a brilliantly sad story I loved all the characters except she who shall not be named!
This is a romance but like all sad stories it leaves an almost bitter taste on the tongue. I felt constantly frustrated and angry at the abuse Emily/Emma (she's named Emily by authority and Emma by those close) any way I was angry and sad at Emily having to handle her pain in silence although annoyed that so many tried to help and she wouldn't take it but in reality what 16 year old girl who's in denial of over how bad her abuse is want to be the gossip of the school when it's so close to leaving for college and admit to this impossible circumstance, sooo trying to avoid humility and the shame she already feels she hides behind the facade of "I can handle it".


I've read a lot of sad books similar yet different, but the ending is a real cliff hanger and I'm thanking god or should I say Goddess of literature Rebecca Donovan for having a sequel!! yey! this book is controversial gripping sad and also create happy tears like real sweet romances create.


If your looking for a thrill ride of an emotional roller coaster this is the book FOR YOU!


I recommend this novel it leaves you feeling helpless ad liberated at knowing there'll be a new instalment!


Would I read it again: yes but not for a while toooooo much emotional turmoil
Would I reccomend it: yes tree million times yes!

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