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This was a beautiful story about coincidence, trust, and honesty. This was a story about letting go of the past and making the most of your future. This was a story about taking chances and trying to live in the moment. This was a story about letting people in, when it's the hardest. This one affects you so deeply. Callie Lawrence was more than ready leave her small home town and head off to college at the University of Wyoming. Before heading off to school, Callie stops by Kayden Owens (a fellow classmate) graduation party and comes upon an incident that will finally have her and Kayden's lives cross paths. Although, Callie and Kayden were in the same class, they rarely interacted during all the years they had gone to school together. On that one night, Callie witnesses a horrible event and unexpectedly saves the life of Kayden. Ashamed of what Callie had just witnessed, Kayden insists she shouldn't worry too much about what she saw. Later on down the road, Callie and Kayden cross paths once again when Kayden literally runs into Callie at their new college campus. Despite the fact that they had not seen each other since Kayden's graduation party, neither had been able to forget about that night and each other. The two eventually form a friendship that turns into something that neither had expected. As the two get to know each other they slowly start to reveal the reasons why they're running away from their lives back in their hometown. This was a truly compelling & emotional book that had me totally engrossed right from the beginning through the very end. Well, almost end due to a much disliked cliffhanger!!! I guess that only means I will be using a much deserved credit on the sequel!! This book definitely will be added to my "tissue box worthy" favorite book list!
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Sorensen consistently creates engaging characters - this is no different. These characters absolutely insist readers become invested in the outcome because you are connected to them through the author's words. The obstacles these young adults overcome are tragic but the manner it's presented isn't over-dramatized. You appreciate their struggles but still like their actions in pushing through to an HEA or HFN,
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