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Feel Me Break


Feel Me Break by Tara R. is what I would consider a YA novel, that I was sent by the author in exchange for an honest review. This is the story about the cost of love, and about one moment meaning something different to different people. At first, I thought this book was going to be a retelling of a Romeo and Juliet type book, but what I found was something completely different.

Chloe is on the fast track to destruction after the death of her brother. Her parents aren’t that helpful either. Her father is scornful and her mother is meek. This leaves Chloe dangling on the string of life. She can’t seem to grasp something to hold her here, and she is afraid to leave her parents like her brother did.

Nick is in a great spot in his life. He has a great girlfriend of over a year, and he’s living the dream basically. He gets what he wants, and he has an easy ride with school. That is, until he meets Chloe, as she is standing on the ledge, literally.

When the two strangers meet, theres some sort of chemistry between them, and Chloe sort of gives Nick a taste of how she feels. He explains to her that she shouldn’t jump off the ledge today, and after he leaves her he can’t seem to get her off his mind. Chloe feels the same, she can’t seem to stop thinking about Nick either-and this whole spiral of emotions sets each person on a whirlwind of chaos and devotion that they can’t explain.

For being such a short book, I really could feel the emotions emanating from the pages. This book starts out from the gate amped up on feelings, and it didn’t stop until the very last page. I thought that this was well written, easy to read, and theres something about it that everyone can relate to. I give this book 5 out of 5 stars.

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