Blurb: Inhaling in life is easy. It’s the exhaling—the letting go— that’s the hard part.
Katie Elliot has always known the Conner twins. For years she secretly pined after one, while playfully averting the advances of the other. Once upon a time, she was fine with that. Then came the moment when her twin of preference kissed her and changed everything.
As if realizing love can be complex—even when it’s reciprocated—isn’t hard enough, tragedy strikes, tearing Katie and the boy she’s always desired apart. Finding herself torn between love and guilt, Katie must learn when it’s acceptable to let go—when it’s finally okay to exhale.
My View: Exhale starts with a beautiful line that captivates and makes you want to read on…
And it manages to hold your attention throughout.
The book makes for a very short, quick read. The title suits the book to a T. It’s all about exhaling, and the book shows you how. Midway through the book, I felt like throwing it at the wall. Good thing I didn’t do it because it was on my Kindle. :-p
I didn’t wanted to throw it because it was bad, barely moving, frustrating or irritating but more to the likes of ‘WHAT!! How could you do that? I mean how? No no no no no no no! This can’t be possible. There must be some mistake. It will all change.’ But oh well. *sigh* It was like a bomb that went boom in my face. And it sort of made me go into a screaming frenzy (thank God, internal, otherwise I would have been in an asylum by now.) and then sadly, reluctantly resigned to face the facts.
The plot is good, the characters super and the story unravels at a good speed. No editing flaws. Just a sad, sad story. *sob*
One (1) print copy of Exhale. US ONLY. One (1) ebook copy. INTERNATIONAL.
Jennifer Snyder lives in North Carolina were she spends most of her time writing young adult fiction, reading, and struggling to stay on top of housework. She is an instant coffee lover with an obsession for spiral bound notebooks and smooth writing pens. Jennifer lives with her husband and two children, who endure listening to songs that spur inspiration on repeat and tolerate her love for all paranormal, teenage-targeted TV shows.