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  • Floved it!

    I so loved O'Connell and Emily! I hated to see the broken Emily, because I found it so sad. I was heartbroken for her. To see the journey of O'connell and Emily was amazing and fun. You get to see how they move forward and grow. However you get a few scares and a lot of different emotions. I absolutly hate Frank and O'Connell his mom, I forgot her name.. What I also loved was her nickname Sunshine. Because many times they get to called something very common but this was a bit original and sweet. Don't get me wrong I love babe as well!

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  • Fate can be fickle but also a guiding light.

    The Hurricane is a book that will stay with you and refuse to depart. The event's along with the twists and turns of the novel test both the skill of R.J Prescott, which is easily surpassed and also the central characters. From the damaged and soul-renching events of the past to the trials and dangers of the present, there is barely a moment to take a breath. The character of Emily shows a courage of hope and belief that blend easily with her timid yet strong personality. Her experiences remain in the darkest depths of her mind and despite her effort to move forward, a very real fear resides. Her relationship with gym owner Danny is delicate but also reliable and gives her a solid foundation from which to work. Throughout the book Emily encounters friends which create a quiet beauty that brings fourth both struggles and happiness. The relationship between Emily and Cormac does show a connection of souls and the equal need the two share for one another is clear. His unwavering care and passion for her keep the pages turning without thought. Although Cormac is trapped within a repetitive cycle of which only he can change, he lacks the determination and motivation to do so. His choices are shallow and his life style hollow until Emily. Underneath his careless fascade is a deep loyalty of friendship that also hides his attachment and respect of gym owner danny, who allows some form of stability to enter Cormac's life as well as his friend's. A feeling of pure emotion seems to pour from both Emily and Cormac, but in very different ways which gives the dialogue a truth and perhaps a more powerful delivery. To smile with a warmth in your heart is to read this book. Lyrical-Life indie book reviews

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