How did my life get so broken? It’s a question Lacey St. James asks herself every day. Stuck raising her little brother in a trailer park while she works a dead end job at a grocery store, she has a stalker ex-boyfriend, a bad reputation, and no way out.
And then, she meets Everett, who changes her entire existence.
Everett is an outsider who’s house sitting his family’s mansion off the coast, and for reasons Lacey can’t understand, he’s completely transfixed by her. He seems determined to show her that life can offer more than she’d ever hoped for, if only she believes in herself. She desperately yearns to trust him, but what happens when she finds out that everything he’s told her is a lie?
Breathe into me is one of those books you cant say to much about without giving the story away which i hate doing.
I loved Everett, he is a down right nice guy who’s had a shitty experience in his life but that by no means make him a jerk like the usual hero’s in books.
He is kind to Lacey helps her out when ever he can but expects nothing in return, which confuses Lacey, because everyone wants something right?
Lacey has a crappy life, no not a life a existence until Everett shows up and shows her some kindness.
I was so beautiful to watch the relationship develop and grow between Lacey and Everett.
I hated Lacey’s ex with a passion he was just a nasty using jerk, and i truly hated the fact that Lacey called him when she was down and needed help he was the last person she needed.
I found Lacey’s journey in finding the girl she wanted to be and who she used to be a joy to read.
I love a ‘second-chance-at-life’ type of book ant that is just what Breathe into me is, a great bit of escapism, well written page turner i kind of wished it was longer so we could have more from Lacey and Everett.