Starting over is never easy. Addie and Graham "Gray" Grayson should know: they are a couple on the brink. But they weren't always. Childhood friends who fell in love, they complemented each other perfectly: her sunny, gregarious outlook was an ideal foil for Gray's quiet, careful personality. But when an unexpected heartbreak sweeps them into grief, they're forced to question the fraying bonds that once held them so tightly.
Just before Addie walks away for good, Gray's life is suddenly left hanging in the balance - and Addie's waiting for news at the hospital. But she's not alone. Through the stories other families share, she remembers what first brought her and Gray together and realizes how much of their connection still remains. Can letting go of the past also mean embracing the future? Perhaps the words they once said to each other can become a bridge that leads them back to love, to hope, and to a second chance that could last a lifetime.
What can I say about this book that is positive? Nothing. I do not want to encourage a time-limited reader (or any reader) to purchase "These Three Words".
Is there anything you would change about this book?
Too much first person "I"
Would you be willing to try another book from Holly Jacobs? Why or why not?
Yes, I read this one because of others.
Would you be willing to try another one of Michelle Bombe’s performances?
Preferably not. Attempted to pace the seriousness and insights, but it just got boring and still stayed monotone.
It really is a wonderful story! It made me sad and cry in a few places but the ending was wonderful! It was very well-written, and makes you appreciate what you have!