Sunset after the Storm by Michelle Sullivan – Review by Jenni Bishop

Sunset after the StormSunset after the Storm by Michelle Sullivan
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Scottlyn Marks is definitely having the worst day from hell, it is one she will never be able to recover from. She finds herself at the one place in the world she loves, the beach, but today it doesn’t sooth her. She is trying to make sense of her life after being given the worst possible news ever. When she is approached by a stranger, little do either of them know that this one action would change their lives forever.

Mason Shaw stumbles across a beautiful woman who is sitting all alone on the beach. But why is she crying? For some reason he can not seem to walk away from her. After pouring her heart out to him she walks away but Mason can not let her go, never wants to let her go. After this simple meeting he falls hard for this one woman and wants her in his life forever.

Both finally finding their first love, they have finally begun to live but he soon finds out she only has months to live. Scotti struggles with loving him knowing that she is going to be leaving him. She struggles for the injustice that brought them together at this time in her life. Mason struggles with what will come after she is gone. He vows to take it one day at a time.

Can both Scotti and Mason make some sort of peace and come to terms with this horrible disease that will tear them apart? Will Mason be able to live without Scottie? Will Mason let her go? Is Mason prepared to say goodbye?

This is a beautiful, yet extremely emotional rollercoaster of a story. It is a story of two people who finally find one another, find first time love only to have it taken away too soon. Trust me when I say you are going to need a box of tissues just to get through this book. Michelle has woven a magical, beautiful story that is absolutely tragically heart wrenching. OMG Your heart and soul is with these characters with every step of their journey.

Reviewed by @jennadb

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