The explosive continuation of the Evergreen Series from New York Times bestselling author Cassia Leo.
The seeds of doubt have been planted.
Two to six weeks. That’s how long it takes, on average, to get a divorce in Oregon.
With Jack convinced I betrayed him, I expect to be served divorce papers within hours of moving out. But weeks pass without word from Jack, and the papers never arrive. Though my heart isn’t ready to give up on him, I can’t shake the feeling that we may be better off apart. And Isaac is more than happy to help me move on.
But just as I begin to build some semblance of a life and career, a new and improved Jack arrives on my doorstep. Divorce papers are the furthest thing from his mind as he delivers news that both shatters me and restores my faith in the love we shared. But is it too late for us?
I am again participating in a blog tour for Cassia Leo’s Evergreen trilogy. I am so invested in this story I can’t even right now. If you want to pick up your copy, check it out below!
*I received this book for free from the author in exchange for an honest review
Good fucking lord.
I actually think my heart is in pieces.
I had almost convinced myself that this story wasn’t as heartbreaking as I originally thought when I read Dirt. It’s so so much more heartbreaking than I thought. My heart actually hurts.
There’s got to be laws about publishing something so painful to read.
Honestly, I love every character in this book. I want Laurel to be with Isaac. But I want her to reconcile with Jack. I want her to be with Jack so much it literally hurts. Is that weird? Does it make sense to feel so strongly about characters in a novel? I have such love for all of them.
I want Bloom in my hands. I need to know how this ends.
But I kind of don’t want to know…
I’m going to be sobbing in the corner.
Here’s a little info about Cassia
About Cassia Leo:
New York Times bestselling author Cassia Leo loves her coffee, chocolate, and margaritas with salt. When she’s not writing, she spends way too much time re-watching Game of Thrones and Sex and the City. When she’s not binge watching, she’s usually enjoying the Oregon rain with a hot cup of coffee and a book.
Until next time, Book worms,