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    Loved it

    When I read Letters to a Lincoln by this author I truly believed she couldn’t write another story that would break me. I was wrong. I started this one night expecting to read a few chapters and put it down. Again I was wrong. I ended up sitting into the early hours of the morning to read it all. I could not put it down. Jackson and Summers story is do heart breaking I felt my heart was being pulled apart. My heart aches so much for those two. I’m not gonna go into the storyline- read the blurb and heed the trigger warning. If your like me and you love a story full of angst then I highly I mean HIGHLY recommend you read Jackson. Tracie has written another amazing read. I can’t wait to see what else she has up her sleeve.
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    Oh my god!

    Independent Reviewer for Archaeolibrarian - I Dig Good Books! Woah buddy. This story is not for the faint of heart or the queasy stomach! It’s a hard to read story, full of angst,full of hatred, and full of sadness. Don’t fret, there is a light at the end of the tunnel but it is only a pin hole of light for a good majority of the story. This was a good story but a hard read. It took longer than I planned to read the story, partly because the nature of the story, partly because I had to convince myself to come back to read more. I was torn during the first half of the story. It was written well, had great detail, and was very realistic. That being said, the nature of the book was a lot darker than I normally read. That being said, the second half the story is much brighter, has a lighter feel, and starts to exude some happiness and sunshine. You feel the love and actions are heartfelt. It almost drips happiness. I feel like I need to mention that it does end with a HEA. This is for those that need that in a story and might shy away from my paragraph above. Details and descriptions were very well written. Sometimes it felt a little too realistic but I think it was absolutely necessary to get the correct feel across to the readers. It needed to be real and it needed to be over detailed. I think had it not been, it wouldn’t have stressed the importance of the scenes. So while it might have been a little too much at the time, when I look back at the story as a whole, I applaud the author and think she did a phenomenal job. I do absolutely suggest reading this story. I also suggest once you finish reading it, give yourself a few hours, days, weeks, whatever it takes, to reflect back on the story, and the work the author put into writing it. I think by doing that you will appreciate the story and the work that it took to write it. * A copy of this book was provided to me with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read this book, and my comments here are my honest opinion. *

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