Ugly Love Paperback – Notebook, 5 August 2014 by Colleen Hoover

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      Ugly Love Paperback by Colleen Hoover

      Colleen Hoover has a knack for crafting emotionally charged contemporary romance novels, and “Ugly Love” is no exception. In this book, Hoover takes her readers on a rollercoaster of emotions, weaving a story that combines love, loss, and healing in a way that’s both heartbreaking and heartwarming.

      The story revolves around Tate Collins, a young nursing student who moves in with her brother’s friend and pilot, Miles Archer. Miles is a man haunted by a tragic past, and he’s emotionally closed off, determined not to allow anyone to get too close. Tate is immediately drawn to him, and despite the clear chemistry between them, Miles has a strict rule: “No questions, no lies, no love.” This sets the stage for a complex and tumultuous relationship that forms the heart of the novel.

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      About the Author

      Colleen Hoover is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of more than twenty-three novels, including It Ends with Us, All Your Perfects, Ugly Love, and Verity. In 2015, Colleen and her family founded a nonprofit called The Bookworm Box, a bookstore and monthly book subscription service that has donated over $1,000,000 to various charities to date. Colleen lives in Texas with her husband and their three boys. For more information, please visit ColleenHoover.com.

      Dimensions 12.7 × 2.29 cm
      Publisher ‏

      ‎ Atria Books; Standard Edition (5 August 2014)

      Language ‏

      ‎ English

      Paperback ‏

      ‎ 336 pages

      ISBN-10 ‏

      ‎ 1476753180

      ISBN-13 ‏

      ‎ 978-1476753188

      Reading age ‏

      ‎ Customer suggested age

      Item Weight ‏

      ‎ 394 g

      Dimensions ‏

      ‎ 20.96 x 12.7 x 2.29 cm

      Country of Origin ‏

      ‎ USA

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      13 reviews for Ugly Love Paperback – Notebook, 5 August 2014 by Colleen Hoover

      1. 10/11

        The book focuses on two people, Tate and Miles, who are mutually attracted to each other and do not want more than one night stands. Tate is busy with her life and wants hook up’s while Miles doesn’t want commitment and wants to be physically with Tate. Somewhere in the middle of the book, feelings turn real and that forms the rest of the story.The book actually didn’t excite me as much as I wanted it to. That made me cut off a star. Tate’s character wasn’t a strong one and she just kept rooting for Miles and had conflicting emotions most of the time. Miles had his share of his heart breaking past and somehow the writing didn’t justify his actions. Apart from these drawbacks, the writing is neat and crisp, emotions are conveyed well, the story progress is good, Miles’ character was realistic and his vulnerability was shown well.Overall, the book’s main theme covers fake dating, heartbreak and slow burn romance. Some of the romance scenes were too many and too much and I had to skip few pages. A good book but may not be everyone’s cup of tea.

      2. Archit Jain

        All fine with the product. Just as described

      3. Meghna Sodha

        Don’t judge a book by its cover.The prime reason I had chosen this book to read is the popularity of its author. Colleen Hoover’s work is being recommended by readers across the globe. Her novels fall into the young adult and new adult categories.This modern time story is about Miles Archer; a quite young and dashing airline pilot and, Tate Collins who is pursuing nursing studies. They get acquainted with each other when Tate shifts to his brother Corbin’s apartment. They experience physical attraction between them but don’t want to fall in love. They want to be with each other without any terms and conditions. Miles sets two rules for Tate; not to ever ask about his past and to never expect a future. It seems easy for them to handle. But gradually their emotions start changing and it becomes difficult for them to continue with the so called ‘No strings attached’ arrangement.Miles has a past that stops him to give his heart to Tate. It upsets Tate when she feels the shadow of his past on their current relationship. Story moves around Miles Archer’s past and present life.It may happen that an experience of true beautiful love breaks one to such extent that it feels ugly to fall in love again. It is an easygoing romance fiction that is perfect to read while being on holidays or at relaxing hours.“God gives us the ugliness so we don’t take the beautiful things in life for granted.” – Colleen Hoover“Some people, they grow wiser when they grow older. Unfortunately, most people just grow older.” – Colleen Hoover

      4. Shurukh

        My first book but going to be my favourite book as well, didn’t expected it to be this good but now I would say best decision I have ever made in my life by buying this.Would highly recommend this. Couldn’t resist my self from reading this hence, completed reading this with in just 2days.LOVED IT!!!!

      5. Agi

        I ordered this book today in the morning and I just received it (it’s 9PM right now) and the book is excellent in quality for half the price it’s sold on. Haven’t started reading the book yet but I believe it will be a great read!

      6. Richa Jain

        The starting of book did not tempt me as much but as I flipped through each page it started to induce me to read more and more and decipher the puzzle once and for all of Miles.Why? Why Miles is terrified to love? Why. This one question got to my nerves and I couldn’t wait to find out the reason Why. Although the storyline was somewhat predictable but the way Colleen Hoover chose the words to represent made it completely flawlessly beautiful.And what I loved most about this book was that how to deal with unresolved trauma and that life does bless us with second chances. The book do gets excessively emotional towards the end as the mystery unfolds and will make you gasp for air on occasions. But overall the book is so worth the read.My favorite quotes of book1.”sometimes you spend all your time hoping it’ll eventually be something different. Something better. Then before you know I, you’re back to square one, and you lost your heart somewhere along the way.”2.”sometimes not speaking says more than all the words in the world.”3.”if you love me more today than you did yesterday, then I can’t wait for tomorrow.”

      7. Maya

        I love the cover it’s amazing in , it’s in 3d, loved it , i just love the cover and book it’s totally damn interesting 🧸🎧

      8. Avidreadersbc

        Oh my gosh!!This is my first book by Colleen Hoover. I had heard such good things about her books and I bought the paperback ages ago. It was sitting on my shelf and I decided to start the new year with this read….and boy am I glad I did.It was angsty, emotional and heartbreaking and so, so hot. In other words, it was ‘PERFECT’.I’ll be jumping onto Verity next and fingers crossed for another emotional and suck-me-in-and-don’t-let-go storyline. ❤️

      9. Lisa Maurer

        Might be physically impossible for Colleen Hoover to write a book I don’t love…5 “liquid” “my new favorite words” “We’ve got this.” KissesHoly bananas Colleen Hoover just demolished me. Completely and 100% blew me away…not that I’m surprised or anything because she never ceases to amaze me but…OMG! Let the book hangover commence because this one is going to be a doozy to recover from. I was pulled in from the beginning and giving the angsty ride of my life…and I loved every second of it!Elizabeth Tate Collins…where do I begin with Tate. I freakin adored her…I couldn’t help myself. I can’t even tell you the exact moment when it happened or what pushed me over the edge…she took me by storm. Tate really is a force to be reckoned with. She’s so freaking smart…already a nurse at the age of 23 and pursuing her master’s degree in nursing…she’s driven, focused and determined…genuine, kind and caring…but she’s not a pushover. I loved her sense of humor…she’s sweet, funny and sassy. She’s got her own little quirks but I just found them more adorable. I liked her attitude and I think, as usual, the key for me was that I was totally emotional connected to her. Everything she felt…I felt. I related to her in some ways, but that wasn’t even the half of what drew me to her. Tate is a very compelling heroine…she’s just one of these extremely relatable girls that is easy to fall in love with…and it’s easy to see why Miles did as well..‘Something strange is going on in my chest. A flutter, flutter kind of thing. I hate it, because I know what it means. It means my body is really starting to like Miles.I just hope my brain never catches up.’Miles Mikel Archer…oh Jesus Lord in heaven this boy, where do I even begin. He stole my heart…held my heart…he crushed my heart…and then he healed my heart. As closed off and emotionally detached as Miles was, I was still incredibly drawn to him…and that’s saying something considering I am an emotional reader. I think it’s because the glimpses of emotion that we get in the beginning from him are like moments of gold…I clung to those because they were just…so amazing! Knowing how much those affected me…how could I not want more?!? I swear…the moment he stroked Tate’s foot and cracked a smile I was DONE FOR people. Just done. I know…I sound crazy, but that boy melted my heart and he continued to do so for the remaining 80% of the book. Oh Miles…Miles Miles Miles…every time I thought I had no more feels left to give…he painfully extracted them from my body…every time I thought he cannot be more perfect (yes…even with his walls!)…he proved me wrong with his words and actions. Miles is very understated…he’s sexy but it’s not shoved in your face and he doesn’t act like a conceited @#% hat. He’s successful but he doesn’t brag about it or let it go to his head. He’s sweet, kind and thoughtful…but its like he doesn’t want anyone to know. But Tate knows… ‘I’ve always been a sucker for the quiet types of guys. Primarily because most guys talk too much, and it’s painful having to suffer through every single thought that goes through their heads. Miles makes me wish he were the opposite of the quiet type, though. I want to know all the thoughts that pass through his head. Especially the one thought that’s in there right now, hiding behind that unwavering, stoic expression.’Hmm…how do I describe Miles and Tate…hot…sensual…electric…passionate…just YES! How can it not be? Their relationship is based of one thing…sex. Now…before we get crazy, it’s not erotica, it’s tasteful but it’s still sexy as hell. Heck…everything about Miles and Tate was sexy and addictive…I truly could not get enough of them. I thrived off of Miles and Tate together…they are just that amazing. You could see even in the littlest things how happy and complete he made her and as much as he tried to fight it, I could tell she was chipping away at that hardened shell. It was hard though…seeing the impact of his decisions and what that did to Tate…it hurt my heart, but…I never once questioned her decisions. I was waiting for that point when I would get frustrated or angry with what Tate was doing…it didn’t come. I got it…because I understood her feelings for him…I would have done the same thing! Truly, the thought of her walking away from him killed me more than the angst they were experiencing.‘He brings his hands up and slides them through my hair, brushing his thumbs across my cheeks. He inhales a shaky breath while looking down at my mouth. “You make it so hard to breathe.”He punctuates his sentence with his kiss, bringing his lips over mine. Every remaining part of me that had yet to melt in his presence is now liquefied like the rest of me. I try to recall a time when a man’s mouth felt this good against mine. His tongue slides across my lips, then dips inside, tasting me, filling me, claiming me.Oh….my.I.Love.His.Mouth.’Tate and Miles are so…unique. I loved that we got both of their POV’s…I love the way both of their POV’s are presented…and I’m being intentionally vague on that because I don’t want to spoil things because that was part of the surprise for me. I wasn’t expecting to get both but it was honestly genius and a totally different approach. I guess…the best way for me to describe without giving too much away is that I fell in love with Miles twice…which is probably why he got to me so deeply. You get to see two very different sides to him, both of them are amazing and wonderful (hence…the falling in love) but that’s where my struggle began. Now…before I go on, we’ve established, I love Miles…I love everything I know about him and every second I learned more I fell more…I love the good, the bad and the ugly…I felt like a part of my heart broke with him…I shed tears for him…flaws and all he is still perfect in my eyes. So…here’s the problem…I was so connected with Tate and feeling her pain…so I was getting double duty pain…with her and for him…it sometimes felt like I was being ripped in two. The struggle is real… ‘A kiss is so much easier than what we’re doing. When you kiss, you can close your eyes. You can kiss away the thoughts. You can kiss away the pain, the doubt, the shame. When you close your eyes and kiss, you protect yourself from the vulnerability.This isn’t us protecting ourselves.This is confrontation. This is a standoff. This is eye-to-eye combat. This is a dare, from me to Miles, from Miles to me. I dare you to try to stop this, we’re both silently screaming.’I could babble on and on all day about these two…but that’s not all there is. There are two other very important men in Tate’s life and I thoroughly enjoyed the relationships she had with them. First…her brother Corbin…he is the typical older brother, super protective, loving to a fault and no one is good enough for his little sister. I liked their closeness…at a time when Tate needed someone, he was there for her in his own way and they had a very easy relationship…except when it comes to Tate’s dating life, but I thought it was cute that he was so caring and wanted what was best for her. In all honesty…if it wasn’t for Corbin…there would be no Tate and Miles…so it’s really all his fault. Then we have Cap….his real name is Samuel but it just looks weird calling him that cause…well, he’s Cap. He’s an 80 year old man that turned into one of Tate’s closest friends and I don’t think I could have loved their relationship more if I wanted to. He was this little injection of comedic relief, his timing was perfect and there is no other word for Cap besides awesome.‘“What do you think would make a man never want to experience love again?”Cap doesn’t answer my question for at least five floors. I eventually look at him, and he’s looking right at me, his eyes narrowed, producing even more wrinkles between them. “I suppose if a man lived through the ugliest side of love, he might never want to experience it again.”I contemplated his answer, but it doesn’t help much. I don’t see how love could get ugly enough for a person to just shut himself off from it completely.’Of course the writing is absolutely flawless…it’s Colleen Hoover, there was never any doubt in my mind. I’m in awe of her. I literally don’t feel like I’m reading when I read her books…it’s an experience…I live it with the characters. I immerse myself in her stories and I think it’s genuinely impossible not to walk away from them a changed human. Every sentence blends perfectly…the flow is smooth…I’m just effortlessly pulled in. It’s torture to stop reading and you never want the journey to end. I liked that this book was a little different from some of her others…but it still had that CoHo vibe to it – her tone is still there, the characters still have that special edge that make them classically hers, but it was just a little more mature. Seriously, the one common thing with all of her books is the level of emotion that she pours into them…especially this one. Every time I think there is no way she can out do it…can make me cry again…can angst my heart out more…can create characters that I can love to bits and pieces…and yet she does. Every. Single. Time. It’s brilliant wrapped in genius dipped in amazing…shot straight through my brain and into my heart.‘She’s absolutely beautiful. Her hope is beautiful. The smile on her face is beautiful. The tears streaming down her cheeks are beautiful.Her love is beautiful.’I am a self professed clinger…and I’m struggling to let go of Miles and Tate but…I can’t deny…Ugly Love is a perfect standalone. Do I think Corbin deserves a book? Your darn tootin’…that boy is a man whore and I LOVE my man whores…he is a recipe for awesome in the making when combined with Colleen’s brain…but that still doesn’t change that I couldn’t have asked for anything better than the way Miles and Tate’s story ended. It was perfection…big red bow and all. I laughed…I cried…I loved…it was beautiful and ugly and everything I wanted and I will never look at water the same way again.

      10. JVG

        I needed more of Miles and Tate togetherThis was my second book i’ve read from this author, the other was ‘it ends with us’, and i did actually prefer this book more as i felt more angst and pain in this read than i did with the other.. i cried with this one and i never did with it ends with us.I really liked Miles, i adored his love story with his first love and found myself anxious to get to his chapters where he shared his past with rachel as i knew it must’ve been something so awful to pull them apart, that i wasn’t actually sure if i wanted to find out what it was that happened between them to end what they had.He was seriously smitten with her and she really was his everything.They both had a rare kind of love that hurt to think Tate would never get to experience that beautiful side of what Miles’ had to give, and even though she got something back from him in the end, we know it never really compared to what he gave to rachel. That side of his love, sweetness and romance seemed to be reserved for Rachel and Rachel alone, even Tate and Miles’ ending confirmed that for me and i don’t really know how i feel about that…I felt like Rachel and their baby still overshadowed Tate in everything she eventually got to share with Miles😞Something in Miles’ and Rachel’s love died and it brought darkness and resentment that in their young, slightly naive and immaturity (due to their age and life experience) i don’t think they would have ever been able to heal together and did prove to be something that needed to be worked on apart before they where able to give each other the closure they both needed and deserved.I didn’t really want to fall for the love story of Miles and Rachel because i knew they weren’t going to be end game but i really couldn’t help it. The more i read about them the more guilty i felt that i adored what they had ( i kind of felt like i was betraying Tate in a way, for thinking more of his other love story than i did for miles and hers) I really didn’t want to see that side of Miles and what he was capable of being like while in the present day he was disrespecting Tate so badly.I do feel like if Rachel was still an option, Miles would’ve always stood by her. That’s not to say that probably their love would never of turned to something dark and toxic based on the grief and anger they shared (rachel’s anger towards miles and miles’ anger towards himself) but i do believe that he still would’ve always stuck by rachel, even if what they had did turn to something unhealthy, he would’ve passionately loved her till the very end.It was Rachel who took the option of them ever moving forward together off the table.I wish we had more sweeter moments in miles and Tate’s build up. It was just all pushing and no pulling… Tate pushing for more with Miles and miles pushing away Tate.. until it was just Tate pushing and miles finally stopped pushing back and just started to except what she had to give.Even on their wedding day.. we didn’t really need to know he didn’t cry with happiness, that still could’ve been saved for the day of their baby’s birth but his happiness didn’t need to be down played in order to hype up his feelings for his arrival of baby number 2.i felt like the little we got of Tate and miles’ happy ending all got down played for that one moment at the end and they welcomed the baby arrival.Like the proposal was sweet but that’s all it was… sweet.i felt so much more emotion and passion in what he had to give to Rachel, it was sad we never got to see that with Tate too. We never got the emotional moment of appreciation towards Tate making him a father again, how it felt to see her as a first time mum in that moment, but we sure got all of that during Rachel and Miles’ moment in the hospital together.we got so much from the birth of his son and all we got from the birth of his daughter was him holding back yet again.just highlighting yet another special moment of admiration and appreciation he had for rachel that he seems to have just reserved for her alone and the type of relationship she had with him that Tate would never get a taste off.Miles seemed to be Tates first everything that truly matters in life, her first love, first marriage, first to experience the path of parenthood together.The wedding being something that was just theirs.. an experience just for them and something special between the two of them should’ve been so much more… especially if the birth of their first child together was going to be less personal to them and just another thing that gets over shadowed by his past and Rachel.Tate would’ve been feeling so much during that moment too, knowing he was holding back again during another intimate moment of theirs.. was just a bit crappy and it’s sad that he wasn’t the one to give the reassurance during that time when he gave rachel so much of it during their first baby’s birth😞 it was Tate yet again talking him round to allow himself to feel the moment.He had so many special moment with his first born, that was special to just him & Rachel, why couldn’t tate have that too?i just never felt that passion, admiration and happiness the second time around.He just always gave Rachel MORE..more when they metmore when they fell in lovemore when they became pregnantmore when they became a familyand finally more when they reunited for her to give him the much needed closure in order for him to be able to give himself the permission he thought he needed to even give Tate a chance.Even though i really did love this book..just like Tate deserved, i feel like we deserved and needed more of them together!and maybe a little less of Rachel and Milesbut 100% more of Miles and Tatebecause in the end i felt more sorry for what Rachel and miles lost than happiness for what Miles gained in having Tate🥺i felt like the author was so careful to not downplay what Rachel and Miles shared and experience that she downplayed too much of Tate and miles’ relationship and that’s such a shame because after what Miles went through.. his happy ending deserved to be so much MORE too❤️

      11. Jenna Clark

        Poetic & RefreshingI’m always shocked at Colleen Hoover’s books. Each one seems so different in terms of storytelling. The POVs and inner monologues are similar but this one had so many beautiful poems and metaphors. The overlapping of words and phrases being brought back in different lights was just beautiful to read.Spice rating 🌶️🌶️🌶️.5/5. Quite a few graphic scenes but done tastefully where you wouldn’t necessarily be blushing in front of others. Also nothing k*nky or excessive to get 4/5 chilis imo.My summary (spoilers ahead):Tate, moves in with her brother, Corbin. She’s a nurse studying to be a CPRN. She realizes the apartment complex is filled with pilots, like her brother, and that they all are friends. Her first day, Miles is drunk and passed out against Corbin’s apartment door. Tate “helps” him inside where she realizes he’s crying and calling her Rachel. She obviously is confused but let’s him sleep it off in the living room. The next day they officially meet and the sexual tension begins. They eventually agree to have a s** only relationship because Miles reveals he cannot offer her love or a future and she also cannot ask him about his past. Well we all know that was going to change by the end of the book, but as we watch the POV of Tate in the present; we learn about Miles’ past (6 years ago). We learn he was absolutely in love with Rachel in a kinda obsessive cringe way, but something happened to ruin the idea of loving someone else even 6 years later. There are quite a few graphic scenes involving a rug, a kitchen table, a car, a bed or two, and a plane. So it was spicy in terms of quantity, but they didn’t get too rowdy or too explicit. The tension breaks when state realizes she’s in love with him and can’t keep doing this false act, she walks away. Miles revisits his past and realizes that Rachel found love and found peace and that he can too. So he of course goes back to Tate and expresses his feelings for her and it was just so beautiful and poetic, yes expected, but still satisfying for the reader imo. Highly recommend.

      12. JBenoit

        Pure Colleen Hoover Magic!“If I were capable of loving someone… it would be you.”Colleen Hoover is a genius, plain and simple. I’ve read Slammed/Point of Retreat/This Girl and Maybe Someday/Maybe Not and I’ve loved them all, but after reading Ugly Love I can easily say that this was my favorite CoHo book that I’ve read so far! This woman has such a way with words, her writing is just a joy to read, even when she’s tearing your heart out. I don’t know how she does it, she doesn’t use big fancy words or complicated prose, these are just ordinary everyday words but the way she puts them all together is simply magical. It’s hard for me to describe, but if you’ve read any CoHo books I think you know what I’m talking about. All of her stories are so unique and amazing but one thing they all have in common is Colleen Hoover’s gift with words. I know exactly what I’ll be getting when I pick up one of her books in terms of writing and quality, but I am always surprised with the direction her stories take. It’s always an incredible adventure and I love going along for the ride.I loved how this book was narrated, it’s told from dual POVs, alternating every other chapter between Tate and Miles. The thing that made this book unique is that Tate’s chapters were set in the present day and (with the exception of the last few chapters) all of Miles’ chapters were set 6 years earlier. So we essentially get two separate love stories that are both wonderful and beautiful that come back together in such a great way. I loved getting Miles’ backstory in the form of these flashback chapters, first off they were so amazingly written, they just flowed like poetry and I found myself lost in these simple words:‘My new favorite flavor is Rachel. My new favorite thing is Rachel. I want Rachel for my birthday. I want Rachel for Christmas. I want Rachel for graduation. Rachel, Rachel, Rachel. I’m gonna fall in love with you anyway, Rachel.’Secondly, in Tate’s chapters Miles really is an enigma and without his current day POV you really don’t have much clue what’s going on behind that wall he’s put up:‘Still no smile, though. Jesus Christ, this man. Does he now realize that facial expressions are supposed to accompany speech?’But reading his flashback chapters really helped understand what Miles’ potential to love was. Before you find out what happened to him in the past that caused him to be so closed off you get to see what a huge heart he has and his great capacity for love. This book was just as much Miles and Rachel’s love story as it was Miles and Tate’s story, you’d think that as a reader you’d have ill feelings towards the “other woman” because you know you should be rooting for Tate but there’s none of that. I felt Miles and Rachel’s story just as fully as I did him and Tate.Colleen Hoover’s characters are always so well written, they are well developed, incredibly detailed and 100% relatable. I totally loved Tate, she was a riot and she said and did things that I could see myself doing in those situations and I connected with her right away. I loved her inner musings as she tried to figure Miles out or tried to soak up any little scrap of hope he threw her way:‘“You look pretty, Tate.” I want to plaster those four words on a billboard and require myself to pass it on my drive to work every day. I would never take another day off work again.’There were some times when Miles would do something where Tate totally should have walked away, but I think she reacted how many women would react and I know that she didn’t give up completely on Miles because she knew what was happening between them was real even though he would never admit it. Miles intrigued me from the start and from their first meeting where she witnessed his very private breakdown I knew that I was in for a doozy when his past was revealed. I knew he must have endured some horrible event(s) that caused him to swear off any form of love, and wow was he dedicated to his rules:“Don’t ask about my past,” he says firmly. “And never expect a future.”I’ve never seen a character hold so steadfastly to rules like he did. We got to see moments, tiny glimpses of actions or a slipped word that gave us some hope but just as quickly as we grasped that hope he snatched it right back. I was so sad for him and falling so in love with him at the same time (much like Tate, only with the added bonus of seeing what a wonderful guy he was six years earlier when he was still full of life and love) and I just wanted to hug him. My heart completely broke for him as his full past is finally revealed, and I will say that what actually happened was not at all what I was expecting. But I love how once we hit that point the story shifts to all present day and it’s seamless and I love how it put my heart back together again and wrapped up in a totally believable and satisfying way.In addition to Tate and Miles I loved all of the secondary characters. I’ve already mentioned Rachel and I did really love her. I also loved Corbin and his friendship with Miles and his protectiveness of his sister. I also liked seeing Ian and Miles’ relationship both in the past and in the present day. My favorite secondary character however was Cap, I LOVED Cap! I love how Colleen Hoover can throw in a quirky random character like this and make you totally fall in love with them and have them end up being so important to the overall story.I read this book over the course of a few hours spread out the day, I simply could not put it down. I struggled though because I wanted to read as fast as I possibly could to find out what happens next but at the same time I wanted to slow down to savor every single word on the page! In the end speed won out but I think I highlighted half the book with passages I wanted to always remember! I’m going to have to re-read this book someday because I don’t think one time is enough for something written as well as this was. I’m sad I don’t have more time with Miles and Tate but I am so glad that I was able to spend one wonderful afternoon/evening in their world with them and I know I will never forget this amazing, beautiful, ugly love story! 5+++ stars!‘But the second she opened her eyes and looked at me, I knew. She was either going to be the death of me… or she was going to be the one who finally brought me back to life.’

      13. Char

        ONE OF MY FAVOURITE COLLEEN HOOVER BOOKSThis was my first ever Colleen hoover book I’d ever read and I’m so glad it was!I tell everyone that this was the first book to ever get me into reading romance because it was and now I’m a lover for smut / dark romance, but this is book where it all started!This book had my gripped THROUGHOUT I never got bored! I loved the twists and turns, always something happening that was unexpected but OMG the main character 😮‍💨🥵 need I say less. The character development was incredible. And the end! Wow.I have decided to purchase this for a friend who has now gotten into reading again. Cant wait to see what she thinks. Thank YOUUU colleen ❤️

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