Thursday, 24 November 2016

Review: Never Tear Us Apart by Monica Murphy

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Perfect for readers of Colleen Hoover, Jay Crownover, and K. A. Tucker, the first novel in this darkly sexy contemporary series from bestselling author Monica Murphy kicks off an emotionally powerful two-part tale of forbidden love.
 
A long time ago, when I was fifteen and a completely different person, I saved a girl’s life. I spent only a handful of hours with her, but somehow, we connected—and I’ve never been the same. No one understands what we went through. No one knows what it’s like to be us. We survived, yet I don’t feel like I’m really living—until now. Eight years later, I find her. I want to make her mine. I need to make her mine.  But she’ll hate me forever when she finds out who I really am.


Every now and then I need a book like this. And this one was so much more then i expected. Katie went through hell when she was only a young girl, all by the hands of one man. A man who happens to be the father of her saviour. A boy almost her age who happens to find her and save her from his own father. Many years later her past still follows her and both of them can not forget the other. The boy who saved Katie is now a man who has changed his name, Nathan sees Katie on the TV, speaking about what she went through. He cant help himself, he wants to see how she is. When by chance he saves her again, she has no idea who he is...

Oh my heart!!! I loved this book. My emotions have been all over the place with this one. So much heart ache and so much heart warming. I couldn't turn the pages fast enough. I wanted to know how their story ends so badly. I couldn't believe it when I found out there is another book. I literally went straight to the computer to order the next one, which has now arrived and is waiting to be read.

I fully agree that this is perfect for readers of Colleen Hoover, both authors give me all the feels and break me in two. This book alone has made me more curious about this genre. And I found it hard to get back into my fantasy genre. Which clearly means I am lumbered with a book hangover.

Incredibly emotional this book is bound to break your heart and make you cry. The main characters have been so amazing and I can not wait to get back to their story.

Thank you to Bookbridgr and the publisher for my copy.

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