First of all, I would like to commend this book because it’s prologue is actually accurate. I actually learned from my classes in Psychiatry that sometimes, people really do look at suicide as the last resort. According to my professors who have been practicing as a psychiatrists for decades, some people thinks that suicide is the only last option they have. And this is what Carter have felt. He seemed helpless. It doesn’t really mean that he didn’t have any other choice… the things is, he felt like he didn’t have any choice. For him, it was his only way out. So, I really decided that I would give this book a chance.
This book was so much better than I expected. Aside from Colleen Hoover’s works, adult contemporary romance isn’t really my thing. Usually in these kinds of books, I can’t find anything that sets the book apart from other books. Forgettable is a word I can describe most of what I’ve read on this genre. But this book has surpassed my expectations in a lot of ways.
Around two in the afternoon, I finally start to get ready for the wedding. Ryan must still be on the golf course because he hasn’t come knocking on my door. The ceremony starts at four o’clock down in the courtyard. He better be ready on time. I pin my hair into a boho-chic inspired updo – loose and lofty with a braid wrapping around the back of my head. I put on makeup and a dark red lipstick to contrast my black pleated tulle maxi dress.