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This is a story that will haunt me for forever more, and trust me, I mean that in a good way. Some tales just burrow themselves deep within you, and for me, this is one such tale.
Dani has experienced loss that no human being should have to endure. Struggling to cope in the aftermath, her already unsteady foundations are once again rocked when hidden truths are revealed. How much is one person supposed to cope with?
Needing an outlet to express her feelings, she finds solace in writing a letter she never expects to be answered. Only it is…
Maybe, just maybe, more than one heart will be healed.
I would highly recommend you invest in a large box of tissues before embarking on this journey. If you have an emotional disposition, like me, you’ll need them.
I still can’t believe this is only my second ever read by this author. I’m half afraid to see what she’ll hit us with next. I’m not sure my heart (or tear ducts) can take it.
Also, never mind finding your next BBF in this book, I found my Book Husband. I lost my heart, plain and simple.
As you can imagine, grief plays a huge part in this story. Ways to cope, and of finding a way to live once again. #This line resonated with me:
“At some point, those moments will be more moments, until you can freely be happy without the guilt.”
Here’s to us all finding our own way and hopefully our happy. We all deserve that, don’t you think?
A horrific accident leaves Dani on her own and unable to talk about what happened. Moving in with her father she writes a letter to her husband, puts it in a bottle and throws it out to sea. She doesn't bank on receiving a reply, or the fact that her first letter will lead to many more going back and forth between her and the mysterious person who replied. As she writes Dani is able to share her feelings with this person, known only as Lincoln. He, in turn, shares his feelings with her. By talking about things through the medium of written words, they begin to help each other.
Unfortunately the heartache Dani has suffered doesn't end with the accident. She finds out that not everything she has been told is the truth, and with the revelations she endures yet more grief. Can she find a way out? Will Lincoln prove to be her saying grace?
The author has once more produced a story which I am honestly in awe of. What she puts Dani through is shocking, but necessary in order for her to work through the grief she has been allowing to dictate her life.
A brilliant, highly recommended read.
Life is hard for her and this results in Dani not speaking, she decides to write a letter and upon putting it in a bottle and throwing it out to sea. She is then surprised to find that someone found her letter and has written a reply. Thus begins a series of letters between Dani and Lincoln.
Dani is just starting to heal with the help of the letters she receives from Lincoln then she gets a crushing blow from her brother that leaves her and her dad having to deal with more issues to deal with
This is book will take you through every emotion.
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