Danielle's Reviews

~ REVIEW: Survivor’s Guilt by Cassy Roop ~

51vpmqsfvlL._SX324_BO1,204,203,200_SynopsisThere are five stages of grief. Denial. Bargaining. Anger. Depression. Acceptance. Losing the love of your life is one of the hardest things anyone would ever have to face. Especially when your life with them was just beginning. When tragedy strikes on what should be the happiest time of your life, how are you supposed to pick up the pieces of your life and move on without them? Two strangers who happen to share a life changing event, come to find solace in each other to help deal with their pain. One of them feels the guilt of being the reason that a life was lost. The other guilty for making a last second choice. Both of them, guilty that they survived. But what happens when a bond that surfaces from tragedy brings these two strangers together? Finding comfort in each other as they both deal with the same pain, was never the plan. Can they look beyond the guilt of the past in order stop themselves dying along with their loved ones, but instead live and learn to love again? What happens when losing your first love becomes the reason for meeting your one true love?

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daniell review 5 star aBeautiful yet heart-wrenching story of heartbreak and loss and having the courage to find love again.

Ellie and Evan begin as strangers, both newlyweds on their honeymoon in the beautiful Florida Keys.  But one horrible accident that occurs during what should be their happiest moments, will bind these two people forever.  Through events that continue to throw these two strangers together, a bond of friendship begins.  Both are struggling with their grief and trying to figure out how to deal with their pain and loss. Can Ellie and Evan help each other heal and learn to live again?
I have read and loved every book written by Cassy Roop and even though this is a completely different style for her, I loved it even more! I couldn’t put this book down and was sad to see it end.  This book had me on a roller coaster of emotions, feeling happy at times and other times ugly crying, but it was amazing to watch the journey that Ellie and Evan were on.  I felt every emotion right along with them both.  Cassy Roop is a very talented author and able to draw me in to each story.  I look forward to reading more from her in the future.

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