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    4,5***

    Anger, hate, bitterness are all such unattractive emotions, they muddle your mind, they tarnish your soul, they make a mark on you. Rebecca is filled with these feelings, it seems that is what drives her, gives her energy, makes her move forward, gives a place to hide. Her life was shaped by the accident, it changed everything for her, still affects her, it still is visible in her body. Her mother used it, and the payoff, as an excuse to leave them, that changed her life even more. His father made the payoff, making the whole accident a secret. It's been 17 years. Rebecca hated Gage with everything that was in her, enough to wanting to kill him. Gage was such a troubled man, it was obvious that the events in his teenage years, the accident, and his father, shaped him as well. And he tries to stand so tall and careless, but with every action and every decision he shows how much he truly did care, how much he wanted to fix the past, to be able to move on, to be able to be, to be able to breathe. He has all these thoughts and emotions inside of him that he has absolutely no frame of reference how to deal with them, and he seems lost. ​Hate, bitterness, anger, and fear were all palpable in the air, the tension immensely high, the air filled with negative thoughts, so much so it felt like I was drowning in them at times, overwhelming to take it all in. And from that rock bottom place, the author turns the story to a beautiful tale about redemption, forgiveness, learning to let go of all the protective walls, and learning to love. The story goes deep, it is rough, raw, and hurtful, because we often have break down completely, to be able to build up again. And it is easier to accept that someone else has forgiven you than forgive yourself. There's nothing light and fluffy about this story. I was very frustrated at the beginning since I felt Gage was dealt a rotten hand. He was a teenage boy who made a mistake, the accident was that, an accident. What happens after the accident was choices adults made themselves and had nothing to do with Gage. Why all the hate and anger towards him? But it was the process that Rebecca had to go through. And the character development in this story is superb, on both Rebecca and Gage, and even secondary characters. How they both come to the place, where they can open up, forgive themselves, and move on from there is an uphill battle, beautifully done, so touching, and even sensual. This story shook me to the core and got me emotionally involved. I was furious to it at times, yet smiling at other times. I felt for the characters struggles, yet was irritated by their immaturity. The journey Rebecca and Gage took, I was right there with them, with every bump in the road, the uphills, the thrilling curves, and the occasional smooth riding. A beautifully written story, at times nearly poetic, about redemption, forgiveness, learning to trust and the meaning of love. ~ Four Spoons with a teaspoon at the side
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    I get emotional thinking about this story.

    With Last Chance Rebel, Maisey Yates put some of her best work into Gage and Rebecca. My heart felt like it was torn right out of my chest. Living with the physical scars of an incident in her youth, has made Rebecca stronger, self - reliant, less trusting and full of anger and bitterness. Her one sanctuary is her shop of odds and ends. Being there allows her to escape the pain that is her constant companions, until the conductor of her misery reappears. Gage left Copper Ridge, a broken man and returns with a mission. In carrying out his purpose, Gage finds redemption and changes many lives, including his own. Rebecca and Gage were united by tragedy but brought together by hope. I get emotional just thinking about this powerful story.
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