Full Glasses and Burju Shoes
By Blake Blessing
This book took me through an emotional journey. Both Perrin and Emil are damaged in their own way and have very different ways of dealing it. Perrin who is always looking for the next exhilarating rush for her to jump into and she tries to stay positive at all times. Because she is always so invested in what she has decided to jump into she doesn’t have time for relationships and she isn’t even sure she knows how to be in one, it’s her way of not getting hurt and how she deals with the pain she has already been through. Emil is a broken man since he came back from war and is having a hard time figuring out where he fits in now, and trying to find the person he was before he got deployed. He is angry and bitter and isn’t sure how to change it. These two couldn’t be more different, and although their friendship starts off rocky and they go through some rough times I couldn’t help rooting for them, because they are so good for each other. Everything that Emil has been through is heartbreaking, the author does an amazing job making these feelings jump right off the pages and into my heart. I couldn’t put this book down till I read every last page!! I highly recommend this captivating story.