Stolen Breaths

  • by Pamela Sparkman
  • Narrated by Corrie Legge
  • 6 hrs and 43 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

*Note* This is a true love story. It is a story about overcoming tragedy and circumstance. It's about learning to heal through the heartache when you would rather hide from it. Lily and Cooper meet, and nothing is ever the same.
"I have dents, bruises, scars, and cracks so deep that it's a wonder I'm not in a million pieces...."
Sometimes things aren't always what they seem. Sometimes pain lies underneath, buried so deep that for a moment you let yourself forget - until you can't.
I didn't realize how numb I was until I started feeling again, and he made me feel - everything. Cooper Hudson came into my life when I needed him the most - twice.
This is my story. This is the story of us.
"It was funny how you never really realized how lifeless you were until someone came along and gave you that shock to the chest that forced your heart to start beating again."


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The story is both slow and sad. The subject matter tragic and yet your aware of none of this until 3/4 of the way into the story. When I say slow I mean slow. The last 1/3 of the book is where all the story unfolds. I'm glad I hung in there. Still it was way longer and drawn out then I felt most people would hang in for ( just my opinion) narrator did an awesome job on her portrayal of the characters. I received this book free of charge in order to receive an honest review.
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- Tanya M. Spiegel

a beautiful love story.

it was a great book, but I do have some pet peeves and she hit them. they are called hiccups, not hick offs. and when you agree with something you nod your head not shake it. nodding is up and down and shaking is side to side. one more thing, she is a twenty something woman and it bugs me that she calls her father Daddy, instead of Dad or father. once in awhile calling him Daddy would be OK and place more meaning on the emotion she is feeling at the time but that is all she calls him, and it bugs me.
the writing aside, the story was fantastic and it's hard to believe that it's a true story. the irony of the events it's absolutely fictional, except it's not. this kind of love is the kind women dream of. it's captivating. I would still recommend this book to friends.
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- karina Larson

Book Details

  • Release Date: 11-09-2016
  • Publisher: Pamela Sparkman