1. You mean you people want to be fed?
2. Mom locked in bathroom with a book.
3. Text your friends read this NOW or I’ll hunt you down.
4. How’d she get IN my head?
“If each of our lives represented a page in a book, happiness would be the punctuation. It breaks up the parts that are too long. It closes of some things, divides others. But it’s brief – showing up when it’s needed and filling tired paragraphs with breaks.”
I feel like I just got out of a roller coaster!
It’s not a typical romance, it’s more a journey. Helena’s journey and once you start reading about this journey you can’t stop because the book it’s a page turner…. you are by Helena’s side, rooting for her.
This was my first book by Tarryn Fisher other then Never Never with Colleen) and it won’t be the last. If you haven’t read yet, then you’re missing a fantastic experience.
Helena has a dream. A dream about her best friends boyfriend. A dream that she can’t get out of her head after she wakes up. A dream that wakes her up and changes her life.
Tarryn styled this book as the rise of the villain, when Helena decided to get her man, anyone else be damned. It’s so much more than that though, so much more than Helena and Kit’s love story. It’s the rise of the villain, Helena becoming herself, everyone else be damned. I think of out of all of Tarryn’s other characters, Helena has been my favorite. There is just something about her that made me fall in love with her. Dhe was #inmyhead. I spent so much of the book wondering what in the hell was wrong with Kit. I’m glad that he grew up in the course of the book as well, but did it ever take him long enough. But that is life, sometimes it takes a long fucking time for everything and everyone to fall into line.