At 8:28 I was the girl who had everything.
At 8:29 my whole world fell apart.
A split second can change your life. I learned this the hard way. I wasn’t ready to let him go. Even when the terms “vegetative state” and “will never recover” were thrown around I held onto hope. I mean, miracles happen, right?
We deserved our happy ending.
Three years later and I’m still hoping. In my heart I know I have to let him go but how can I? He’s the only man I’ve ever loved. He”s my soul mate. My life.
Then I meet Max. He’s everything Aiden isn’t and as much as I’m trying to fight my feelings, I’m losing. I don’t want to fight anymore.
I need to live my life.
I need to move on.
But in order to move forward I need to let go of the past.
Words Left Unsaid is a second chance at love kind of story.
I liked it but thats it, this book was pushed as this years ugly cry so i was really expecting great things, i wanted to feel these wonderfully heartbreaking emotions, followed by the ugly cry sometimes that just what you need from a book. You know the feelings if you read Carnage that was a beautiful ugly cry book for me, you see where im coming from?
Thats not what i got, dont get me wrong its a nice story but i didnt FEEL very much as i read.
The plot was a good one, the characters likable, writing flowed nicely but thats all i got out of this book a nice story, which is fine but when its been pegged as so much more i feel i little disappointed.
Please dont get me wrong im not bashing the author i have read several books by Missy Johnson and loved them. I kind of wish i hadnt seen any of the build up for this book on Facebook giving it the ugly cry of the year label, then maybe i wouldnt have expected it to blow me away.
If you want a nice build up love story, a second chance at love for two people then this is a nice read and you will enjoy it.
3 stars read for me.