I was really impressed with this book.
I thought this was going to be just another basicl NA novel; good but nothing really mind-blowing.
This book impacted me like no other.
The storyline was strong with dark tones. This book was definitely issue-filled. I liked how the characters dealt with their problems. Their actions were very believable.
The alternating POV was written very well. It focused on just the right moments where we needed to hear that particular side of the story.
There was a beautiful moment where Ryan explains his past to Lilianna. I can just feel the emotions jump out of the book.
The addition of Javi, Liliana's autistic son, was nice. I wanted to see a bit more interaction between him and Ryan, so that the final outcome of their relationship was more realistic. I didn't really see enough bonding between them.
There were some grammar issues and typos throughout the book. Though nothing big enough to distract form this lovely story.
It was obvious that the author really loved these characters and really got to know them whilst writing. Every single character drew me in.
Some of my thoughts are hard to put into words, but this book affected me deeply.
I will absolutely be reading the next one.
*A copy of this book was provided by the author for an honest review