To the Stars: A Thatch Novel
Molly McAdams has always been one of those authors whom I can always count on for angst. She has this way of writing an angst story line with so much depth, raw honesty and emotions that you either want to scream at her for putting you in such in an emotional roller coaster but at the same time applaud her for her brilliant way of piecing back together the broken pieces of your heart. And in her latest novel, To The Stars, Molly McAdams truly puts her readers on an emotionally raw, heartbreaking and profound ride. Tears will be shed. Hearts will be broken. And yet again, only in true Molly McAdams form she will slowly mend those broken pieces and make our hearts yearn for more.
“Have you ever looked at someone…just one look, and you knew that was it? There would never be anyone else who would compare? That was Harlow for me. Every time.”
To The Stars was truly an emotional journey of heartache, wrong choices, and fated love. Like life, love is also a journey filled with many ups and down. It is a journey that sometimes take different paths and in such choices are made. And for Harlow Evans, her journey of love is a tumultuous journey filled with pain, sadness and heartache as she failed to see the guy who has been waiting to love her. As Harlow goes through her personal journey of rediscovering and finding her happiness, she is reunited with Alexander McCade.
Alexander knew one certain thing. Harlow Evans was the girl. The one and only girl that was meant for him. The love he had for Harlow is so indescribable because this kind of love is what every girl searches for. It is the kind of love that made you a believer that soul mates do exist. And to see that Alexander was patient and was waiting in the wings, made my heart burst with so much LOVE for him. So if you are looking for a story that was brimming with a wide arrange of raw emotions, passion, and love then I highly recommend you to read this book. Just prepare to fall in love with a story that make you believe in a love so powerful that it was worth waiting for.
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|Page Count||384 pages|
|Publisher||William Morrow Paperbacks|
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