28 de abril de 2016

#Review Searching for Tomorrow by Kathryn McNeill Crane

I read this book because the author was pretty kind and she sent me a copy for review it (Thank you Kathryn). Through the pages I started to meet Wrynn and the love she feels for her girls. She's a woman trying to recover herself from a depression. She lost the love of her life, the grief and sorrow haven't let her heart heal properly, but she's not alone. Wrynn have a supportive family (3 daughters, a twin brother, her mom and dad) who want her to be like her old self. A happy person.

The story is developed in two different times, the present and the past (being this part filled with the Wrynn memories). I enjoyed the change of time, also I liked seeing how the relationship formed. 

“You're my everything. You're the reason I breathe, the reason I live. 
I can't imagine my life without you. I've loved you forever, and that love will never die.”

When I began reading this novel, I didn't know what to expect. I felt so many emotions while reading this book... I cried so much because is so sad the circumstances around the lead character. I'm related with lost, so I understand the feelings. I was so thrilled with the beauty of the love story, the author describes so vivid the relationship between Tripp and Wrynn, how they met, become friends and fell in love, how they learned to build a their tomorrow. A love based in respect and trust. That's the kind of love that you only find once in a lifetime, and they found it at a very young age.

“Without you by my side, I am weak. With you in my heart, in my arms, I am invincible. 
My love for you will only grow stronger. 
My love for you will keep growing until I take my last breath.”

The final chapters of this book are full of surprises, suspense and hope. Also, there's a promise for a new book but this time with the story of Liam (Yup! Wrynn's twin have his own book and is called Finding Hope for Tomorrow). I hope you can find the time for discover this wonderful novel -and author.

Searching for Tomorrow is available on Amazon, iTunes, Kobo, Barnes & Noble and Google Play.

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