My rating: 4 of 5 stars
What and emotional read. My heart was so broken when I started to read and could just feel the desperation of Liam and how much they all suffered with everything that has happened in the past. But it was so beautiful to see even though so much has happened between the group that no matter their connection and love could survive just about everything.
»It’s in me, impressed on my heart and can never be cancelled. Even if I can’t remember my past, even if I attempt to discover something about who I was, it’s not important because the only thing that matters, is who I am now. His woman. FOREVER. »
I love how despite everything that has happened to Rain her love for Liam was so strong that it could not be forgotten.
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OMG I loved this story. It has all the feels let me tell you. One minute I was angry, the next crying like a baby and then smiling like a loon. With each word you read you can see even when Patrick and Erin feel like there is no chance for them to be together, that there’s the light-at-the-end-of-a-tunnel.
It was so fun to see even when Patrick was trying (and he was trying really HARD) to be an A-hole what a good heart he has. And what a heart it is: »It’s useless, because even if I shout my eyes and decide not to open them again, I would continue to see her round face and her smile that bends your knees and makes you kneel on the ground.«
I want that kinda love in my life <3
I loved how Erin with the help of Patrick and his friends and family she began to grow as a person.
I fricking LOVED IT and for that reason I’m giving this one 5 »marry me and make me a man« stars!
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And then the door slams open.
And he’s here.
He’s worried, and scared and desperate.
He’s absolutely perfect.
He looks at me and in a heartbeat all the pieces come back together and I can breathe again, as if he were the air passing through my lungs.
“I … I’m sorry,” he yells, trying to drown out the sound of the hail.
“It wasn’t your fault,” I yell back.
He takes a step forward.
“It is. I allowed all of this to happen. I established a reputation that meant that trashy girls like that would come here looking for me. I made it so that everyone believed that I am the dickhead that I really am. That you would think it too.”
“And you are,” I say, moving my wet hair from my eyes.
“I am.” He smiles bitterly. “But I don’t want to be like that any more.”
“No?” I ask with a pained voice and a bit of hope brushing up against my heart.
“No I don’t. But I’ll need your help,” he says, taking another step closer to me. “I need you to help me to be a better person.”
“M-me? Why me?”
Another step closer and his forehead is touching mine. It caresses my face and I close my eyes to let his touch imprint itself in my mind.
“Because with you, Erin, I feel I can be … different. I can be myself. I feel that I can finally be a man.”