{Review} Falling into You by Jasinda Wilder

Falling Into You
by Jasinda Wilder

Date Published: 14 March 2013

Source: Bought/Own Copy [Kindle]

I wasn't always in love with Colton Calloway; I was in love with his younger brother, Kyle, first. Kyle was my first one true love, my first in every way.

Then, one stormy August night, he died, and the person I was died with him.

Colton didn't teach me how to live. He didn't heal the pain. He didn't make it okay. He taught me how to hurt, how to not be okay, and, eventually, how to let go.
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Jasinda Wilder is a Michigan native with a penchant for titillating tales about sexy men and strong women. When she's not writing, she's probably shopping, baking, or reading.

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One of the best books of all time! My gods! This book will shred you to million pieces from beginning to end! I don't know how I survived! Just...my god!! 

You'll actually feel every emotion possible to be felt all at once! I couldn't resist the urge to read. You'll feel every bit to your core. Wow! I don't know how to make this of a review but it's just so freakishly fabulous and beautiful and amazing. I don't have words for it! It's perfect in every way possible. It's beautifully and stunningly written. The emotions. God, the emotions are overwhelming. 

I am emotionally distressed. I'm having a hard time focusing. My tears fell across my cheek while reading over the lines. Reading between the lines. It was such a heavy emotion. I mean, I do love books that make me cry but I have this part of me that takes so much time getting over it. It so dearly tore me to different and unequal shattered pieces, I almost died and stopped breathing. 

That scene. That specific scene shifted so fast I almost did a once over to repeat the play in my head, imagining every moments to the tiniest bit of things that holds the story. It was sad and dramatic and I just have this sort of way of building such strong emotions I don't even know I control. 

After having such time reading, I can't believe Colton went through those things. It was so damn hard to go through. I know it is. I was a bit taken by surprise. Those things. They're too much. Too damn much to take in. All in. And what I thought was the perfect couple was only the beginning. You never really know what will happen next and it's just a big no. A no that you'll start screaming inside your head. A no that will haunt you forever. 

The book itself taught me how to be okay when everything else is not okay. To keep myself going because after every storm is a rainbow. To accept every challenge that comes along my way because we only think we couldn't do it but we really can. To keep living when all else seem to fall apart and dies. It doesn't stop after the problem. It stops when you know you're happy and everything else is okay. That's when you stop. 

After reading Stripped, I can finally say Jasinda did it again. To me, though. I to dose myself with more Jasinda. (':

This definitely is a worth-every-cent kind of book. :3
I loved it and it's very dear to me!

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