year, I made a split decision and moved in with my best friend and his
benefits’ thing with Phoenix but he didn’t seem to mind when I offered up the
burden. I was beautiful and smart and a bit crazy with some anger issues which
he overlooked because to him, I was normal.
that pull when the stars align.
is the story of how a man who loves everything showed a girl how to love
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This was my first time reading Ms.Pacheco’s work. I really liked it!! It absolutely broke my heart in every way possible. It brought out a lot of emotions within me as well from sadness to joy. I loved the fact that it was told in Dual POVs so I could know what exactly was going on in both of the main characters minds. There were certain characters that I wanted nothing more than to punch. Seriously, some of them made me so incredibly angry.
Ms.Pacheco created a realistic novel that was a journey in many ways. She showed how others can cause you pain but how you can come out stronger in the end because of it. Luna and Phoenix’s story wasn’t an easy one by any means. I hoped that Phoenix would knock her walls down and make her realize the beauty of her soul. I look forward to reading more of Ms.Pacheco’s work!! 🙂
There were many beautiful quotes but this one stuck with me and I found it to be so very powerful –
“In my world full of silence, I hear so much.”
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author of New Adult novels (Enough Trilogy, DON’T LET ME FALL, SOUNDS OF
YESTERDAY, and A SKY FULL OF SECRETS), a twin, a dreamer, a tattoo lover,
easily swooned by accents, and a little bit of an extrovert but a whole lot of
introvert. When she’s not reading, writing or people watching, she can be found
listening to music, perfecting resting bitch face, hiding in the background of
a crowded room or at Dunkin’ Donuts.