I’ve never been in love, not until her, and I never want to be again—it hurts. Love hurts in the way a toothache hurts: you can’t ignore it, and it’s always there throbbing and aching, ...
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I’ve never been in love, not until her, and I never want to be again—it hurts. Love hurts in the way a toothache hurts: you can’t ignore it, and it’s always there throbbing and aching, reminding you ... of what? I think desperately. What is it reminding you of? That you’re human. That you have weakness. That your weakness is another person.
I love Tarryn, reading this might have been life changing for me (I know, too soon) but she writes with a purpose makes me a her biggest fan.
About the book:
This starts out as a story about obsession but turns into much more. Billie created a successful blog but along the way, she lost sight of her marriage. She was blindsided when her husband Woods, the love of her life, left her for another woman. Pearl and Woods now work at the blog that Billie created but she is back in New York, determined to win back Woods, no matter what the cost. "Pearl stole a married man, and now I am going to make sure their marriage never happens. Woods is mine."
The book is about divorce. It is about human nature and dealing with the aftermath of something so utterly painful that no one knows how they will react until they are put in that situation. I can say “this is what I would do if this happened to me” all I want, but at the end of the day, no one knows. When you are faced with divorce and longing for the one you love, you don’t know what you would do.
I'm recommending this book because..,..
To anyone who has been through a divorce or had any issues in any relationship ever.. so everyone needs to read it, honestly. All the stars. I’ll never be over it.
Tarryn uses her own experiences to write these books makes me feel like it’s okay to have the feelings I have, there are others just like me.
It gives hope that some day we will all bump to our Satcher just like Billie got her him.
The secondary characters, while some I hated and couldn’t stand, all played their part to move the story forward and helped our heroine grow... find herself... realize what was important to be happy. I absolutely loved Satcher.