Title: Words Left Unsaid
Author: Missy Johnson
Release Date: June 15, 2015
At 8:28 I was the girl who had everything.
At 8:29 my whole world fell apart.
A split second can change your life. I learned this the hard way. I wasn't ready to let him go. Even when the terms "vegetative state" and "will never recover" were thrown around I held onto hope. I mean, miracles happen, right?
We deserved our happy ending.
Three years later and I'm still hoping. In my heart I know I have to let him go but how can I? He's the only man I've ever loved. He's my soul mate. My life.
Then I meet Max. He's everything Aiden isn't and as much as I'm trying to fight my feelings, I'm losing. I don't want to fight anymore.
I need to live my life.
I need to move on.
But in order to move forward I need to let go of the past.
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Loyalty to a ghost or living and loving in the present? That is a question that Kiara had thought over the last few years. Once a happy woman with a loving fiancé and young daughter, Kiara's life was changed in an instant when her fiancé was in an accident that has left him unresponsive in a coma for years.
Raising her daughter on her own, Kiara is torn between loyalty to Aiden, her fiancé, and moving on with her life with someone new. With pressure to stay faithful to Aiden coming from his parents and pressure to move on coming from her family, Kiara has to decide what is best for her and for her daughter once and for all and Max may just be the guy to give her the strength to move on and offer her a future.
Missy Johnson is one of my favorite authors and she did not disappoint with her latest book! Words Left Unsaid is emotional, gripping, and heart-wrenching. I genuinely liked the book and the concept for it, but wished there was a little bit more "meat" to it. There just seemed to be a little something missing from the book. The characters were easily likable and Max had a good sense of humor. It was hard for Kiara to move on but she showed a lot of strength and was a wonderful mother to Tilly and always put her first through everything.
Aiden's parents (Heather) were a bit harsh for my taste. It was sad that their relationship had disintegrated to barbs when they had been close before Aiden's accident. As for Kiara's family, I really liked Ellie, Kiara's sister, and how she had stood by and helped and offered her support to Kiara over the years. Ellie offers her encouragement and a gentle push into moving on and in all honesty, I think it was exactly what Kiara needed.
I really enjoyed this book and I can't wait to see what Missy Johnson has up her sleeve next.
A New York Times and USA Today bestselling author, Missy lives in a small town in Victoria, Australia with her husband and her confused pets (a dog who thinks that she is a cat, a cat who thinks he is a dog…you get the picture).
When she’s not writing, she can usually be found looking for something to read.