- 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
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 104 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #23,027 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The Air He Breathes Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
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.Read more ›
This novel was stunning in its eloquence. It was brimming over with intense emotions.
“Sometimes the hardest part of existing without your loved ones was remembering how to breathe.”
Elizabeth and Tristan have both lost cherished loved ones. Both are still grieving, still in terrible pain. Elizabeth has her sweet daughter, Emma, to ground her, as she returns home to try and start living her life, again. Tristan is her surly next-door neighbour, the town pariah, hurting from the loss of his wife and young son.
“One must know what it feels like to be weak in order to really find their own strength.”
Both recognise the brokenness in the other. Both see past the other’s pain.
“…but that’s the thing with love – time doesn’t exist with it. The only thing love counts is the heartbeats.”
By some strange magic, they wounds begin to heal, initially through pretence and then for real. Love starts to fill in the cracks and soothe the scars. However, unbelievable revelations will test their new-found love and the strength of their new bond.
“The magic is in the tiny moments. The small touches, the gentle smiles, the quiet laughs. The magic is about living for today and allowing yourself to breath and be happy…love is the magic.”
This book was magic. Amazing, real, painful, life-affirming, joyous. Read it and be emotional with me.
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 !!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Simply stunning! A masterpiece!
I was hooked from the start. I loved the characters accept for Tanner I hated him I plotted his death a thousand ways. Read more
I nearly didn't finish this book- as for the the beginning was so dull and depressing- I figured I couldn't torture myself any further by continuing...... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Lou
I can honestly say I've never cried so much during one book before now. This book was completely heartbreaking, but so, so perfect!! Read morePublished 2 months ago by Hannah Russell
Lost for words ... this book took my breath away. Absolutely beautiful. It was so well written you felt every single word along with the characters. Read morePublished 3 months ago by lisa pearson
Omg what can I say I love this book it made me cry made me laugh I was swimming with emotions all the way through its written beautifully from start to finish its a great story of... Read morePublished 3 months ago by luke rocke
I absolutely love this book. I laughed and cried along with the characters, it touches on issues we go through in life. Brittany Cherry is an amazing author. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
Don't think about it just read it! I loved this book so much, it brought tears and laughter, especially Faye and Emma! Read morePublished 3 months ago by Krystina Bowman
Took me a bit of time to get into but turned out a really great read with a few twistsPublished 3 months ago by Michelle Purvis
It was a beautiful book, I cried along with them and loved the ending after so much pain they all went through they deserved that happinessPublished 3 months ago by JONIDA