Falling Into You by Jasinda Wilder
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
I'm one of those people that loves to read, and I wanted to read this book ever since I met Jasinda. I went to Amazon and read the reviews, yes I do that, but despite the reviews that said don't read or don't buy, I bought AND read the book in a day. The people that wrote the "don't buys" and the "don't reads" have no clue what they are talking about. I'm sure they didn't even read the book, just read the synopsis of what it was about. Jasinda writes about a few heavy topics in her book, young love, dying, cutting, living, losing, etc...In some instances I can relate to this book many tears fell during a couple of spots in this book, did that stop me from reading it? Hell no!! I kept reading, I wanted to find out what was happening next. I got mad at Nell for turning to the bottle and cutting, and running away. But, I also knew where she was coming from (no not the cutting). There is a place in this book that I was crying so hard that I had to re-read the entire chapter twice just to see what I was actually reading. I would recommend this book to anyone that has lost someone, and didn't know what to do next. I would recommend this book to everyone that has ever loved someone (that pretty much means everyone. Jasinda puts emotion on to the pages, and makes a reader think and show that emotion. She is an excellent writer and I can't wait until Falling into Us comes out!!
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