A love beyond life...a danger beyond doubt. In a romantic and suspenseful collection of the New York Times bestselling trilogy, love's unbreakable bonds are put to the test. When her boyfriend, Tristan, died, Ivy thought she'd lost everything, even her faith in angels. But now she's... read more
Ivy is a newcomer to Stonehill. But it didn’t take long for Tristan to fall for her. Although it takes a while, he eventually wins Ivy over. Everything seems perfect at this point. They have made reservations at a fancy restaurant, and they start driving there. Ivy feels that they are driving... read more (warning: may contain spoilers)
Ivy is a newcomer to Stonehill. But it didn’t take long for Tristan to fall for her. Although it takes a while, he eventually wins Ivy over. Everything seems perfect at this point. They have made reservations at a fancy restaurant, and they start driving there. Ivy feels that they are driving just a little too fast, and tells Tristan to slow down. But for some reason, he can’t, no matter how hard he tries to. And then, there’s a crash, and all of a sudden, everything falls apart. Ivy survives, but Tristan is dead. When he died, he turned into an angel- something that Ivy has believed in since she was young. But the accident has made her stop believing, and now she can’t see Tristan. Tristan must find a way to communicate with Ivy, because soon his killer will come after her.
“"This isn't a game for me. I love you, Ivy, and one day you're going to believe me."”Tristan Curruthers
“""When you love someone, its never over. You move on, because you have to but you take them with you in your heart"”
“"When a writer looked at an empty computer screen, what did she see? Tristan wondered. A movie screen ready to be lit with faces? A night sky with one small star blinking at the top, a universe ready to be written on? Endless possibilities. Love's endless twists and turns - and all love's impossibilities”
“The problem for me is that I can't ever really see who Gregory is, any more than I can see what a mirror by itself looks like, because he reflects whoever's around him."”
“""How would you feel about sharing your bed?" she asked. Tristan blinked. "Excuse me?" "He'd love to!" Gary said. Tristan shot him a look, "Good," said Ivy, failing to notice Gary's wink. "Ella can be a pillow hog, but all you have to do is roll over her.""”
“"Who's that little brunette?" Suzanne asked. "I hate little petite types. Gregory doesn't look right with someone petite. Little face, little hands, little dainty feet." "Big boobs," Beth said, glancing up. "”
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