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The Air He Breathes by [Cherry, Brittainy]
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4.7 out of 5 stars 116 customer reviews

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1637 KB
  • Print Length: 308 pages
  • Publisher: BCherry Books (25 Sept. 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B015L78KRQ
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 116 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #2,663 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Where do I start with this book. Devastating, heartbreaking, full of despair at it's worst but then there is a ray of light that brings hope, faith, love and passion. Yes I fell in love with this book !!!
This is a story about Liz who has had a traumatic experience in her life. She leaves the town where she was bought up in to move in with her Mother and this is where she stays for a year. She decides suddenly to move back home and to try to start a new life which she is finding extremely hard to do. When she moves back to her old house, she finds she has a new neighbour - Tristan. He is the town joke, ridiculed because he is rude, cold, cruel, and unapproachable. But Liz see's in him what she is going through, in his eye's are despair, hurt and pain. They are both attracted to one another and this tells the story of their secrets, their building bridges, their finding themselves. Hope, loss, love, and more.
Liz has a best friend Faye who is so so funny with her one liners and smart remarks, you will just love her and many a time I was laughing out loud at some of her antics.
I can't praise this book enough, it is one of those stories that makes your heart smile. Extremely well written, but then I do love Brittainy Cherry's books so much. Loving Mr Daniels is an absolute favourite of mine.
There is also a nice little twist near the end of the book that makes it just even more perfect, and I didn't think it could get much better. Fantastic and a keeper that I know I will read again. Well done Brittainy Cherry !!
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I can not remember the last time a book made me laugh and cry so many times this book totally played with all my emotions and more than once turned me so cold with shock that I had to take a breather before I could continue. This author was new to me and I think I've just found another author that I need to read every book they have ever written or will write in the future. I really enjoyed this book the characters just got in side my head and heart and I don't think they will be leaving, this will be one of those stories that sticks with me and I never forget
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***This Review contains spoilers – you have been warned***

The Air He Breathes is the first book I have read by Brittainy C Cherry.

This isn’t the type of book I normally read and honestly had I not been recommended it I probably would have overlooked it.

The blurb for this book is illusive and I really didn’t know what I was letting myself in for when I started this.

The Air He Breathes is a romance, but it’s so much more than that!!

This book starts with tragedy and not just a broken bone or a broken relationship but the earth shattering, heart breaking tragedy that had me tearing up and kissing my kids.

This book is hard, it’s uncomfortable to read and generally just difficult.

Tristan and Elizabeth are broken, perhaps shattered is a more appropriate description and their relationship to start off with is f#cked up.

I mean let’s be blunt two people who have lost the loves of their lives having sex and pretending that the other is their dead partner.

Yep f#cked up!!!

I can’t begin to imagine how these characters feel, I hope to god I never have to understand how they feel because reading about it was hard enough. And although I can’t begin to say the way this couple dealt with things was normal I completely empathised with them.

This book is an emotional journey, I cried (a lot) I laughed and smiled but overall I was just overjoyed that this couple ultimately found a happily ever after.

I’m a big believer in fate and this author beautifully intertwined the fickle nature of life and death and the fate of two broken people finding each other and helping to piece back together the broken pieces.
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WOW SO MUCH HEARTACHE IN ONE BOOK. THIS IS A BOOK THAT WILL HAVE YOU WANTING TO HUG THE MAIN CHARACTERS. A HUGE TRAGEDY TURNS INTO LOVE BEYOND ALL MEASURE. WELL WRITTEN AND BEAUTIFUL STORY. CANT WAIT TO READ MORE FROM THIS AUTHOR.
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What an emotionally, beautiful read. I felt drained yet satisfied by this tragic and sad read. Two beautifully broken souls coming together and helping to heal each other after such tragic losses. Their lives intertwined for other despite the rest of the town and their views. This is a book that will stay with you long after you have read the last word and, I suspect, has left me with a massive book hangover.
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Wonderful book. I read this the day after I read The Gravity of Us and in hindsight I should have left a week or two between them as my head was still full of the The Gravity of Us which moved me so much.

The Air He Breathes is a similar story of coming through tragedy to embrace life, but it is no simple journey. The writing is profoundly beautiful, and there were paragraphs I read several times because they were so perfectly crafted. Brittainy Cherry has a way with words that few others reach and it is a joy just to revel in them.

A man has lost his wife and child and a woman has lost her husband both in tragic circumstances and eventually after a bumpy start through their grief they reach for each other, not to move forward but to relive their pasts. I know from personal experience that everyone tells you to move on, to look to the future when all you want to do is immerse yourself in memories and try and recapture those moments. That period of grief is often misunderstood but for some of us it's the only way we can get the strength to move on. Liz and Tristran chose to do this in a different way than most, including me, but it was their choice to make.

I realised a short way into the book that their tragedies could be linked, but I completely underestimated the twists and turns especially by someone trusted as a close friend. Families, friends, soulmates, children both alive and lost are also much more than just supporting characters. Although there are profoundly sad and poignant moments, there is also wit and humour, and some breathtakingly beautiful moments.
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