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review Breathless Ï eBook or Kindle ePUB ✓ Before With graduation on the horizon budding writer Claudine Henry is making plans college in the fall become a famous author and maybe finally have sex She doesn't even need to be in love Then her dad drops a bombshell he's leaving Claude's mother Suddenly Claude's entire world feels like a lieHisks them away to the last place Claude could imagine nursing a broken heart a remote mosuito infested island off the coast of Georgia But then Jeremiah Crew happens Miah is a local trail guide with a passion for photography and a past he doesn't like to talk about He's brash and enigmatic and even infuriatingly he's the only one who seems to see Claude fo. I’ve found this to be a hard one to find a comfortable rating and so I’ve settled at the 25 point after much pondering Reading BREATHLESS proved to be a frustrating experience The main character Claud felt all over the place and while she had reasons the drama whiplash was severe at timesI felt a little settled in the story when Claud got to her island summer home I liked the vibe of the place and the eclectic mix of people Claud however remained chaotic and sex obsessed when she got there I did feel that she seemed written a little young for her character’s ageSadly the story whilst it had some definite highlights like the parental story line and Claud’s relationship with her father there were a lot dull periods And then there’s the ending which I hated as much as drinking a glass of sour milk Sadly this book didn’t hit the spot for me and there was I disliked than likedThere are triggers for days in this book so if you need that information please go and look for warningsThank you to Random House for the early review copyThis review can be found on A Take From Two Cities Blog

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Before With graduation on the horizon budding writer Claudine Henry is making plans college in the fall become a famous author and maybe finally have sex She doesn't even need to be in love Then her dad drops a bombshell he's leaving Claude's mother Suddenly Claude's entire world feels like a lie and her future anything but under controlAfter Claude's mom w. Breathless is a well written story about a girl facing her parents divorce and exploring sex and virginity Claudine is 18 year old girl who is dealing with anger and frustration due to her parents separationIt sets on a beautiful remote island where there's no internet connection A good place to connect with real human and to disconnect from modern technology world The characters were great Claudine and Jeremiah are like able characters The most coolest character I think is Saz Claude's best friend However I do hope there's story about Jeremiah than we were given The plot was good and I loved almost everything about it This story is based on the author's experience But am I the only one who disturbed about how Claudine is dealing with her emotions Because she always think about her first time and somehow it was very disturbing because we know that she is dealing with her parents divorce So personally I thought her emotions didn't match her situation that she was inOverall it was a uick and nice read to me Happy Book Birthday to Breathless Thank you Times Reads for sending me a copy of Breathless in return for an honest review This book is available from 29th September 2020 onwards

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BreathlessR who she wants to be So when Claude decides to sleep with Miah she tells herself it's just sex nothing There's not enough time to fall in love especially if it means putting her already broken heart at riskCompulsively readable and impossible to forget Jennifer Niven's luminous new novel is an insightful portrait of a young woman ready to write her own sto. This book was a whole bag of mixed emotions I found the main character to be infuriating but very real I thought the romance was beautiful but heartbreaking I wanted to know what was going to happen so I didn't put it down but now I miss them I felt like they all seemed to be very mature I don't know if I have had open conversations like that with anyone but it wasn't unbelievable; it just made me want to find that And that end Ugh it was unexpected but utterly perfect See what I'm saying Mixed emotions And maybe that is the sign of a truly good book I think that fans of Jennifer Niven's books will find what they are looking for in this book Thank you to the publisher and NetGalley for letting me read this one early