October 16, 2019 2 min to read
Review: Tangled IN YOU by Cassandra Night
Category : Reviews
You become me.
A construct of perfect lines and shields built to protect the heart, allowing only short gasps of air and small rays of sunlight, to endure the pain.
My life was left in ruins when I lost everyone I loved. I forfeited everything I once was to keep their memories protected from everyone else. To survive, I pushed it down, kept it locked away, desperate to forget the truth.
Then he showed up, willing and daring me to feel again, to raise me from the ashes of despair. It was a mistake to let myself believe I was ready, because now, through the fissures in my armor she is trying to return and take it all back by force.
Eventually, all secrets are bound to unravel revealing terrible things about the past. Can I, survive the gale of sorrow, after I let them in again?
Genre: Fiction – Romance, Family, Women’s
Part of a Series: Book 1 in the In You series
POV: Cassandra/Sandra and Logan
Steam Level: Toasty at times
Cassandra Night’s debut novel is an emotional rollercoaster through love, loss, grief, and healing. Tangled In You is one of those haunting novels that stick with you. You feel Sandra’s pain and sorrow and Cassandra’s journey toward healing. It’s a lesson on how faking it until you make it may not always work as you plan, on how to love after loss and trust others after those you’ve trusted hurt you. The writing was amazing, making me laugh and cry. Cassandra Night has a promising career ahead of her. If you’re looking for a journey through emotion and healing then definitely pick up this book. I cannot wait to see what happens in Cassandra and Logan’s story.
I received an advanced copy of this book. This is my honest and voluntary review.
- Life has ways to mature and scar your soul, weight down you spirit.
- Strength enveloping me like a shield. I consider myself ready to face the world. Even if I am a liar, I am also a survivor.
- I had to change to survive. I did. This is me surviving, there is no time for living. But a taste of his fire might go a long way.
- I’ve learned how to hide my insecurities, and grew very reclusive and closed off. I always knew how to distract others with jokes and banter, to keep them from the things I didn’t want them to know.
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