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Reviewed in Australia on 23 November 2020
“Don’t worry. Hearts don’t have bones. They can’t actually break.”

Far out, honestly I don’t feel like this even needs a review. Queen Hoover does it again. I’m not a cryer but every damn time she gets me with the ugly crying. This book is so beautifully broken. From the moment I started I couldn’t stop. Thank you @colleenhoover .

Beyah created her own life. Worked her ass off to pave the way for college and get her out of her mothers trailer. Her mother is an addict and her father has hardly anything to do with her. She’s always been alone. But now she’s really has nothing.

She is homeless and has 2 months until she goes to penn state on a full scholar ship that she got on her own. She calls her father and he books her a flight right away. Beyah leaves her life behind her and joins her father, step mother and sister in Texas in their summer home on the beach.

Everything’s fine until she meets Samson and from the moment he met Beyah he knew she was broken because he was too. They are sad and after judging each other they begin to see the cracks in their first thoughts. They know it can’t go anywhere beside they are both leaving but staying in the shallow end doesn’t mean you can’t drown.

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5.0 out of 5 stars For all the damaged souls.
By Rebecca Lyons on 23 November 2020
“Don’t worry. Hearts don’t have bones. They can’t actually break.”

Far out, honestly I don’t feel like this even needs a review. Queen Hoover does it again. I’m not a cryer but every damn time she gets me with the ugly crying. This book is so beautifully broken. From the moment I started I couldn’t stop. Thank you @colleenhoover .

Beyah created her own life. Worked her ass off to pave the way for college and get her out of her mothers trailer. Her mother is an addict and her father has hardly anything to do with her. She’s always been alone. But now she’s really has nothing.

She is homeless and has 2 months until she goes to penn state on a full scholar ship that she got on her own. She calls her father and he books her a flight right away. Beyah leaves her life behind her and joins her father, step mother and sister in Texas in their summer home on the beach.

Everything’s fine until she meets Samson and from the moment he met Beyah he knew she was broken because he was too. They are sad and after judging each other they begin to see the cracks in their first thoughts. They know it can’t go anywhere beside they are both leaving but staying in the shallow end doesn’t mean you can’t drown.

@becsbookshelf_
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