“True love is the greatest leap of faith there is.”
I love Mia Sheridan. I love the the romantic stories she writes. This story is no exception. Grayson’s Vow was full of heartache and desperation. But mostly it was filled with hope. Hope that one person can turn a life, a life that’s filled with more pain that one should ever have to bear, around, and to heal the hurt.
Grayson was hopeless. My heart was actually breaking for him as I read about his past and how he is trying to move forward and keep the vow he made. He’s willing to do anything, even accept the outrageous proposal made by Kira.
When Kira first entered the picture I was intrigued. I was hoping for some dynamic interactions between the two of them. Boy, did I get my wish. These two were so stubborn sometimes and hurt each other, with and without even realizing it. But I held out hope that they could find a common ground and both keep their vows, without causing more pain.
“Love means exposing yourself-all of yourself, every tender part-to being hurt. Because true love is not only the flower, true love is also the thorns.”
My feelings are all over the place with this book. I swear I spent the last few chapter on the edge of my seat, trying to maintain my calmness. As with all good books, this part is what makes or breaks the story. I needed that ending to bring it all full circle and end the pain they both were suffering from.
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