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Once upon a time...there was a girl with long, golden hair who had the truest, bluest eyes that turned white when she cried.
She lived in a kingdom far, far away in a tower made of stone, but her mind was made of glass that she kept sharp as knives.
Where her memories hid behind her darkest doubts. Her deepest thoughts. Her diary became the only thing she could rely on.
No one saw through her looking glass. No one cared. No one tried.
Until the villain presented himself as the hero in her life. He took and took and took some more.
With no regret. With no shame. With no apology.
The page never turned. Their story didn’t end. Tomorrow never came. His life of debauchery was their journey to nowhere.
She’d give anything to go back in time. To walk where she had walked. To see what she had seen. One step. One breath. One day at a time. Though in the end, “I love you” were just words.
That destroyed us inside.
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M Robinson can write angst to perfection. The story of Cash is raw and emotional, drawing me in and keeping me intrigued. At first, I wasn't even sure that I liked him. So arrogant, making horrible choices, rude and mean, leaving his life behind, I couldn't get behind him. And then it struck me. The story burst into his truths, and feelings and my heart was immediately stolen. Cash is broken, and we get glimpses of why. We get the camaraderie of his band mates and the dysfunction they all bring. And we get the one person who may be able to help him heal. Secrets revealed, a little taboo with an age gap and the story just flows, leaving us hanging and wanting more. Book 2 is queued up and ready to go!
Marcio Catalano, Addison Barnes and Troy Duran are the cast of characters. I love all three! Catalano has a sorrowful, edginess to his narration, creating Cash flawlessly. Barnes comes in as a child and later a woman with sass and spunk. And Duran as the band adds some flavor and humor. I can't wait for the second part of this story!
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