Genres | Contemporary Romance
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One year ago, I buried my husband.
One year ago, I held his hand and said goodbye.
Now I spend most of my days lost somewhere between trying to remember every smallest detail of our lives, and trying to forget it all. I fill my hours with work until I’m too exhausted to remember him, to feel anything at all.
One year, 365 days—and then one knock at my door changes everything. A letter from him, a last request, a secret will:
My dearest Nadia,
Trust me, my love. One last time, trust me. Sometimes the epilogue to one story is the beginning of another.
First thing I want to know if this is a trope?! I’m trying to look back and remember all the books I’ve and if there were was anything similar to this. But I just kept thinking about P.S. I Love You when I read the blurb, however, there is a guaranteed happily ever after. We’re in the romance genre, everyone, and we will always get one from this author!
I have to admit that I loved the first half of the book more than the second half and that’s because of Adrian, Nadia’s husband. I fell in love with him almost instantly and from what we know from the blurb, you can get a sense of what’s to come. And my goodness, grab those tissues because you will need them. The love between them really comes through and my heart could barely handle what we knew was going to happen. I’ll have to admit that I got really attached to Adrian and well … yeah.
Ok, I didn’t hate the second half of the book or anything, I just loved the first half more minus a couple of things, of course. We see Nadia go through the stages of grieving and yes, more tissues are needed because you will feel EVERYTHING right alongside her. And I’m soooo glad that she had her best friend there with her during all of Nadia’s lows. We really get to see the journey that she has to go through to essentially move forward with her life, it’s not easy and it’s something I don’t even want to imagine.
I’m not going to talk about the love story, I’ll save that for you to grab the book and find out for yourself. Truly enjoyed this one, I’m coming from their Badd Brothers series, which is completely different than The Cabin. With the loss, grief, and heartbreak … there’s also a second chance at love. If you don’t mind an emotional read definitely give this one a try.
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