Monday, 22 September 2014

BLOG TOUR (Review) - Unspeakable Truths by Alice Montalvo-Tribue

The Book
Release Date: 16 September 2014
Goodreads Link

Everything I ever learned about fairy-tales was a fucking lie…

Four years ago, my life was everything I wanted it to be: I had everything I wanted, everything I needed, in my best friend and newly wedded husband—Tyler.

Yet, hours after we said "I do," I lost him.


The dreams we'd shared, the future we'd planned—all of our hopes and desires, were ripped away in mere seconds. 

And now, four years later, my life still feels like a hopeless eternity.

So, I guess it's quite fitting that the last person I want to hear from is currently standing at my front door. 

He wants to tell me the truth about that night, he wants to be my new knight in shining armor, but the thing is…

He was the best man...

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My Opinion  5 STARS
**My thanks to the author for providing me with a free copy for an honest review**

WOW, just WOW.  This book really grips you from the first page and takes you on a really emotional journey with Everly and what she has, and is still going through four years after her husbands (Tylers) death.

The prologue starts at their wedding and finishes the next day before he dies.  You see how they are both totally in love with the other, with how Everly wants her forever with the man who seems so sweet and perfect.

Chapter one starts four years later with the mess that is still Everly.  She has pushed as many people as she can away.  She's lonely, still grieving all these years later and unable to get out the blackhole that she still finds herself in. 

However it is when her husbands best friend (Luca) comes back home after these four years that her world get completely and totally turned around.  Things she thought to be true are turned around, and suddenly Tyler is not the man that he seemed and Luca is the man that forces her out of her secluded little world and brings her back out of her protective shell.

Of course true love never runs smooth and there is a hurdle or too for them to climb over and Everly looses her way.  But friends are there to help her, and Luca through it all is lovely, never making her feel bad for still loving Tyler.  Her accepts everything except her cowardice and helps her through moving on...with him.

I certainly needed tissues for the first few chapters and am really glad that I got a chance to read and review this book.

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