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  • Brutally raw and honest emotional roller coaster

    Wow. This book pulled on every heart string and was so brutally raw and honest that I'm not quite sure where to begin with this review. Like many have stated before, it's best if you go into this one completely blind and just let the story sweep you away. I think I experienced just about every emotion while reading this book - joy, sadness, hope, heartbreak, anger, confusion, etc. - yup, everything. I've read quite a few CoHo books (her Slammed series, Ugly Love, and Maybe Someday to name a few), but this is by far my favorite. Her writing in this book is so earnest and painfully honest. I think this book resonates with so many people not because of the actual subject matter, but because of the unabashed truth in her words. Nothing is black and white and I found myself just as confused and heartbroken as our main character, Lily, which completely surprised me. If you had told me what this book was about, I would have had a very strong opinion to how I would react in Lily's situation. This book made me question that and it still astounds me. I'm sorry I'm being vague here, but trust me that you want to experience this book for yourself. Another thing I enjoyed about the book was how Lily's history was revealed through her letters to Ellen/her diary. These moments brought a little levity to the otherwise heavy subject matter, while still providing emotional impact. I loved every character in this book - Lily, Ryle, Atlas, and especially Allysa. She is the best friend all of us wish we had. Given her unique situation in the book, I was relieved and happy that Lily had such an amazing friend to rely on for support. It Ends with Us is truly an emotional roller coaster that will give you all the feels. If there is one CoHo book you're going to read, make it this one.

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  • we need to end with This !!!!!

    Cycles exist because they are excruciating to break.It takes and astronomical amount of Pain and Courage to disrupt a familiar pattern. Sometimes it's just easier to keep running in the familiar circles, rather than the fear of jumping and possibly not landing on your feet.  But we need to break the Pattern before the Pattern breaks us !!  And this is what the story is all about . Finding that tiny root of courage in the deepest part of your soul and just plucking it at the right time when enough is enough . Lily Bloom is a compassionate girl in an abusive house. She sees her mother being beaten and victimised every few days at the hands of her temperamental father , Yet she let's it happen and makes excuses for his behaviour, citing her daughter ,Lily's need for having a family, a priority. Lily vows not to be her mother, ever in her life ! she befriends a homeless boy next door -Atlas Corrigan , and soon love blossoms sneakily under the threat of pain. Atlas carves her a heart of wood as a memento of their love, which isn't joined completely, to symbolise their incomplete love , as they have to go their separate ways.  Fate and her father step in and they are separated. Lily is heartbroken but she picks up the pieces of her life and pretty soon she meets a handsome, suave, successful Neurosurgeon -Ryle in Boston and they fall madly in love. But he is harboring a dark and angry secret. That almost destroys Lily's life.  I'm not a YA reader at all. I'm more of a dark, taboo, evil reads that shock and stun me. I COULDN'T PUT THE BOOK DOWN !! If I had a daughter and she one day told me " Mom , my boyfriend / husband hit me . What should I do ?" Or "My husband pushed me down the stairs, but he said it was an accident, what should I do ?" Or "My Husband tried to rape me, he held me down while I begged him to stop. But he says he will never do it again , what should I do ?" I'll tell her LEAVE, I'll beg her to leave and never go back, no matter how much he loves her. because SHE'S WORTH SO MUCH MORE ! Ladies ---> remember this for YOURSELF , for your DAUGHTERS and for all the WOMEN around you. No woman deserves being beaten no matter her fault!! I salute Colleen Hoover ! Applaud her ! Adore her ! it's a MUST...MUST..MUST read for every woman AND man . because if we are to teach our girls not to suffer abuse, we have to essentially teach our boys not to inflict it A very powerful story , that hits very close to home and made me cry through my smiles and laugh through my tears .  At last the heart completes !!

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  • Awesome emotional rollercoaster!

    This book is amazing! I have never read a book like this that has made me feel so many different emotions. While I wasn't a sobbing mess like with Ugly Love I think this is the first book where as I was reading it I would feel the same emotions as the characters. Colleen Hoover's writing is just that good... it gets you in the feels over and over and over.

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  • LOVED!

    I looked up broken in my thesaurus. I needed help finding words. I have none right now. I’m emotionally worn out. Broken, shattered, fractured, crushed. Colleen Hoover took me on an emotional journey I was not expecting. From the synopsis I didn’t know what to expect, but this was not it. It was so much more. My emotional attachment to these characters was powerful. I found myself questioning my own judgement, confused by how I was feeling. I don’t know what I’d do. Would I be strong like Lily? My heart was completely severed, broken in two by this book. This part goes out to Colleen. Bravo! I applaud you for giving Lily’s story to us. Thank you for showing us her strength. But most of all, I give you a standing ovation for your courage at writing such a personal and heartbreaking story. This is now and forever will be my favorite CoHo book.

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  • 6 Stars ****** because 5 is not enough

    This book will go down as one of my favorites, it broke my heart many times over. What an amazing story! Leaving behind her life of abuse and heartbreak, Lily Bloom moves to Boston to make her dreams come true, she starts her own business and rebuilds herself. While seeking out peace and solitude on a rooftop patio, Lily meets Ryle Kincaid, a passionate neurosurgeon just finishing his residency. Ryle is almost too good to be true, he is attentive, fun-loving and ambitious. The only downside is Ryle’s aversion to and inexperience with relationships. Lily is finally ready to let go of her first love, Atlas Corrigan, and give her heart to Ryle. When Atlas unexpectedly appears, Lily realizes Atlas still has a significant imprint on her heart. Ryle sees the hold Atlas still has over Lily and is not willing to let the love of his life go, especially without a fight. This book is not about a love-triangle. It is a story of inner strength, fear, letting go and understanding that sometimes the right decisions are the hardest and hurt like hell. As a reader, the right decision still broke my heart because of how much I loved all the characters.

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