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Autumn's Dance

Autumn's Dance

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by Sarah Gai

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Autumn's Dance (The Season Named Series, #1) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Amers86 10 days ago
Independent Reviewer for Archaeolibrarian - I Dig Good Books! *Trigger Warning of Abuse This book was heartbreaking! It was so sad, and so maddening in parts, yet was full of love. I read it in a day, as I had to know what happened, what Autumn’s fate would be. It is such a sad dark book in parts and is so heavy. Yet, it starts with a pin hole of sunshine and by the end the sun shines freely and bright as can be. There is no dampening the brightness that comes to Autumn’s world. The two lead characters were nothing but perfectly flawed for each other. They both had a dark past and it was their love for one another that brightened their future. While their story is heartwarming and gooey and will make you turn into mush, there are a few other parts that will turn you in a puddle of goo. It’s such a beautifully written story with ups and downs, twists and turns, but love prevails! The details were great and descriptions were top notch. There were a few areas I could have had a little less detail (simply because it tore my heart apart) but I think it really made the gravity and seriousness of the situation that much more real. The author really did a stand up job writing a story that was hard to read but one that couldn’t be put down. It really sets its claws deep in your soul and will stay with you for a while. Prepare yourself with some Kleenex and a good drink and you’ll be good to go. I would definitely recommend this story to you. It was beautifully tragic. It was a heartwarming romance that stood the test of time. It’s perfection at its finest! * A copy of this book was provided to me with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read this book, and my comments here are my honest opinion. *