on May 17, 2019
Unraveled: To become undone.To take apart. To destroy.
I thought I had it all with my well-respected job, Hollywood boyfriend, and glamorous lifestyle. Until the truth revealed a different story. In one day, after a single word, my carefully constructed life was obliterated.
But it’s only the beginning of my spiral. There’s much further to fall.
Then I meet him. He's the perfect man at the most imperfect time. It's only meant to be a one night stand. A last fling before my new reality sets in. But he has different ideas. Because he doesn’t know the truth. Once he finds out, I'm convinced he’ll realize this is too much for a new relationship. He’s sure to cut and run. It's for the best really.
After all, how can I possibly fall in love when I’m falling apart?
5 REAL ⭐️
Am I made of stone if I didn’t cry while reading this? I got a little teary one time, towards the end, but that’s it. But every book is super personal to its readers and they touch you differently.
It starts with our heroine finding out she’s got an aggressive type of breast cancer, while her boyfriend was cheating on her and her boss finding out her shocking news about her health, not only didn’t he show any compassion, but replied with “Darling. It’s nothing personal. It’s business.” 😑
I won’t share anything else about the plot, because it will ruin your experience, but i will tell you this. There’s only one word to describe this story: REAL! I think it’s the most real fairy tale I’ve ever read, even if it’s pink for other reasons. It’s pink like the Breast Cancer ribbon. It felt real because of the emotions, the no BS situations and how the heroine dealt with everything, including finding her own HEA. It was as real as this horrible disease is. I admired her a lot! I will remember her forever as that badass one, funny, smart, strong and beautiful, even bald or without breasts, the one who found the most perfect guy anyone could dream of.
I feel like this is a must read, especially if you know someone going through a battle like this. It will make it easier to understand what they’re going through and how you can show your support.