The heart is a muscle without bones, so there's no way it's going to break, right?
Not necessarily, as Colleen Huber proves in her new novel.
Two young people from two different worlds drift into a temporary love story, and they have no idea what fate has in store for them.
Beyoah Grimm survived a miserable and shameful childhood, but finally good things await her. Through hard work, she earns her way out of Kentucky, away from a life of misery and neglect, and receives a full scholarship to Penn State University. But then, two months before her life is about to change for the better, a sudden death leaves her homeless, and she is forced to move to Texas, with a father she doesn't even know.
Desperate, she wishes the summer would pass quickly and shows impatience with Samson, the rich and gloomy guy next door. But the connection between them is too strong for you to ignore. In light of the fact that they are going to go their separate ways at the end of the vacation, the two decide to enjoy a fleeting summer getaway. None of them know that a strong current is going to carry their hearts very far.
Colleen Huber, born in 1979, a former social worker, is one of the world's favorite writers. She began publishing her books in 2012. So far, she has written dozens of best-selling books that have reached the top of the New York Times lists, in which it begins with us, it ends with us, mirage, ugly love, confession, regretting you and more. Hoover lives in Texas with her husband and their three sons. She is the founder of
'Bookworm Books', which works to promote non-profit literature.
"This book deserves a galaxy of stars, but unfortunately it is impossible to give more than five." The blog: Shades of Rebecca
"With characters who are drawn to each other in the shadow of a shared experience of abandonment and the blurring of the boundaries between good and evil, this complex romantic drama conquers life." Kirkos