Eternal Bloom (Bloom Duet) by A.E. Gamrat was a emotionally raw, kick to the feels, that may have cause some tears to slip.
Before we start I must warn you this is a duet, and is the second part to it. I highly suggest you read the first book before going into this one, as there is much need back information, character development, and general plot devices that will be needed in order to fully understand, and embrace this emotionally raw punch to the heart.
This book makes up for my mixed feels in the first. The beautiful crafted writing is carried over and you can’t help but be sucked into Gwen’s heartache, mixed emotions, and the sh&^ storm that seems to be getting out of hand. The once sheltered Gwen is coming into her own at a fast pace, and for a bit I was worried it might be too much for her. But, I have to say, Gwen fast became a strong, solid complex character that shone.
As this book is the second and final, I’m going to keep the review a little short as I don’t want to start gushing and spoil this gem. But I need to you know that this book, this duet, is something special. It’s a must read for not only those that are trying to find their place, but for anyone that has a heart. This has things we all can relate too, and experiences that will bring you back to that time in your life, when everything felt like it will fall apart.
So please take my super high recommendation and my stamp of approval, that you will be invested, and will be reaching for those tissues.
Review by @eawalsh