Saturday, November 26, 2016

A Beautiful Catastrophe by Katheryn Kiden

For two years Shay Daniels has been stuck in the past—stuck in a pain so deeply overwhelming that she constantly feels as if she's drowning. A chance meeting gives her her first breath of fresh air, but it could be her final downfall. 

He's stuck wondering what could have been—letting the pain of everything he's lost simmer within his broken heart. She's the first thing that has made him feel like himself again in years. He might be able to love her—he wants to—if he could only manage to live in the present. 

Devastating pasts. 

Uncertain futures. 

Life is supposed to move forward, but what if all it does is revolve in a heartbreaking circle? 

What if every step you take toward making yourself whole again only leads you closer to another beautiful catastrophe?

Rating: ☆☆☆☆☆

Wow, just wow!  This was an emotional roller coaster of a read that needs a mountain of tissues to make it through.  Ugly cry alert!

Shay has been given a second chance at life but feels she doesn't deserve it and is on a self-destructive path.  Deacon has experienced the loss of his wife and life is a struggle for him.  When they run into each other it is almost as though they belong together.  But a happy ever after for these two is not your typical one.

There were so many hurts yet so much hope despite the odds.  From the writing you can tell that Katheryn Kiden put her heart and soul into this book and has created an emotional, beautiful, hopeful masterpiece.

Katheryn was born in Maine and raised in Maine. Growing up, she was the only girl out of five children. Out of four loving, but hard-assed, brothers she has been set on fire TWICE, shot at, left her with a burning car and a five gallon container of gas, scared out of her mind every time they got behind the wheel, and has enough hilarious stories and amazing memories to fill a million books. It made her independent and every female character she writes reflects strength and independence.

Katheryn books are full of page turning suspense, humor, and enough steam to overheat your e-reader.

"There are no weak women, just weak moments."


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