Can a guilty conscience keep wounds from healing?
Fine arts major, Candace Parker, grew up with a mother who thinks image is everything, and her daughter’s perfection will never be good enough. About to graduate college and pursue her dreams of becoming a professional ballerina, Candace decides it’s time to let go and have a little fun. But fun is short-lived when a brutal attack leaves her completely shattered.
The memories that consume and torment Candace are starting to destroy her when she meets Ryan Campbell, a successful bar owner. He feels instantly connected and tries to show her that hope is worth fighting for. But is Ryan harboring his own demons? As walls slowly begin to chip away, the secrets that are held within start to become painful burdens.
At what point do secrets become lies?
(17+) This book contains mature subject matter that is not suitable for those under the age of 17
The story is something new to me, when I started reading it I don’t want to sleep until I finished it, and I’m very satisfied with the ending. It tackles a very sensitive story that some women experiencing right now, mostly they are tormented and having a hard time to cope up and let go of the past. I think it is really hard, how can you let go or forgive a person who destroys you? It takes some time and some realization that everything happens for a reason. And the only cure is to let go and allow someone help you in the process.
Candace Parker I admire her strong personality, and there is Ryan Campbell (swoon) I love him I think everyone does! When the two meet there is an instant attraction between them, but it is not easy for them to enter a relationship when they know they are both hiding secrets from the past.
My favorite line from the book, I really love Ryan! lol
All I can say is I really love the book I highly recommend this story to everyone. Cant wait for the other two books in this series! especially Ryan’s story 🙂
reviewed by Crazy about Bookz