One Breath at a Time

One Breath at a Time Alecia Moore is she studies in Berkeley University She often visits her parents in the Seattle area on weekends During one of those visits she literally stumbles on Spencer Davies a year old

  • Title: One Breath at a Time
  • Author: Gaelle Cathy
  • ISBN: 9782955301128
  • Page: 490
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Alecia Moore is 21, she studies in Berkeley University She often visits her parents in the Seattle area on weekends During one of those visits, she literally stumbles on Spencer Davies, a 24 year old photographer with a devastating smile It is love at first sight for both of them But when Spencer reveals she suffers from an incurable disease, Alecia s painful past comeAlecia Moore is 21, she studies in Berkeley University She often visits her parents in the Seattle area on weekends During one of those visits, she literally stumbles on Spencer Davies, a 24 year old photographer with a devastating smile It is love at first sight for both of them But when Spencer reveals she suffers from an incurable disease, Alecia s painful past comes back to the surface and she has choices to make Is Alecia ready to give it all she s got to once again lose it all

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    1. Five StarsI was sent this book by Inked Rainbow Reads in exchange for an honest review.Wow! This book is so beautifully crafted and so full of love and hope it is awe-inspiring. When I first started reading I thought it was going to be a poignant love story, how wrong I was. The main character's portrayed traits both of great courage and human vulnerability. They supported each other whenever the other needed, with love, encouragement and consolation. The supporting characters each played a pivo [...]

    2. It took me a long time to start this novel. It was sitting on my Kindle for weeks before I managed to get around to it, largely because there are only so many ways a novel can end when the blurb mentions 'terminal illness' without also mentioning witchcraft or angels, and dealing with the death of a romantic lead isn't my favorite pastime.Still, I came into this book predisposed toward liking it due to my fondness for the author's first book, When the River Flows out of its Bed. While that novel [...]

    3. FiveStarsWow! This book is so beautifully crafted and so full of love and hope it is awe-inspiring. When I first started reading I thought it was going to be a poignant love story, how wrong I was. The main character's portrayed traits both of great courage and human vulnerability. They supported each other whenever the other needed, with love, encouragement and consolation. The supporting characters each played a pivotal role in this well researched emotional novel.Although I was brought to tea [...]

    4. OMG, this isn't just a romance. It's much more than that.Wow, I am totally gutted. The only thing I can think of now is to Spencer. All her pain, her fight, their deep love for each other. I was familiar with this disease but that this disease has such a big impact on a person's body and life, that I've never realized. This story is so real, so with intense feelings. It has touched me deeply. I have a great admiration for this writer, for how she has written this story.

    5. A beautiful story of true love. Two young women both dealing with issue that have kept them from love. That is until they meet and know from moument they looked into each other eyes that they were made for each other. Gaëlle CATHY has written a superb story of love that will draw you into each character. The prefect book to curl up with, but don't forget the tissues.

    6. I received this book from First Reads. It is a short read but it is also mostly dialogue and I’m not accustomed to those types of books. It’s a romance, but also a book dealing with death, friendship, understanding and strength. The story behind it is wonderful, but I didn’t like the style of writing.

    7. I received this book as a first read. It was a slow, pedestrian read that would have benefited from editing. The book is more dialogue than story but the dialogue is relatable if a bit redundant.

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