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Thursday, December 26

Review: Dare to Breathe by M. Homer

Title: Dare to Breath
By: M. Homer
My Copy: Ebook from Author for Review
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Can you learn to forget?

Sam is plagued by nightmares she can’t understand with dark visions of a past she suspects may be her own. When she moves into a new co-ed house, she is drawn to the handsome but aloof Nathan. The housemates welcome in Sam but all withhold their own secrets from her which she knows she needs to unravel to truly understand Nathan. But her past is destined to torment her, can she find the strength to face her fear?

This is a truly heart breaking story to follow. Dare to Breathe test the theory, and proves that some really can choose their family. This young woman is fumbling through life just trying to make it through. Not truly knowing why she has the nightmares, or if she really had brothers must of been quite disconcerting. Sam is a powerful and courage character that never gives up. It was empowering to watch her throughout this journey, but it is nevertheless terrifying processing the reality of this situation. Nathan is wonderful male lead for this story, and it is a terrible past that we watch unfold for him as well. Young love is hard enough without the lasting scars that Kate's mental illness leaves on him. I agree wholeheartedly that this was reaching a peak of unhealthy and codependent between Nathan and Samantha. I was very supportive of the direction this story follows, and the conclusion that wraps everything up quite nicely. An overall response to this story is powerful and moving. It is perfectly crafted story that will take readers down a dark and tainted road, but shine brightly in the light of the other side. As my very first experience with works by this particular author I am very satisfied with her realistic and intensely crafted story. I will definitely be interested in reading more from her in the future. 

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