“Sometimes there is a single moment that changes your life forever.”
Hadie Swinton is giving up on boys.
After a disastrous relationship, she is convinced that all males are the same—arrogant, self-assured, and complete jerks.
Lincoln Bracks is giving up on his old life.
After moving to a new town to escape the problems plaguing him, he is set against ever getting close to anyone again.
When Hadie and Lincoln’s worlds collide, their intrigue for one another leads them to open up to each other against their better judgment. Despite the attraction that is pulling them together, insecurities, secrets, and shattered hopes stand in the way of them ever being together.
At a time when darkness consumes their lives, Hadie and Lincoln learn that hope and love can still be found in the most unlikely place.
*Recommended for mature readers aged 17+ due to language and sexual content
I was having one of those nights when I could not make up my mind what to read and I kept coming back to this one so I went for it....
Aww this had me crying like a baby, after the first couple of chapters I had a feeling I knew what was coming which made things worse, this book really is a tear jerker. Some parts had me in stitches, all I can say is if you have not read this book, WHY??? This really is an emotional book I take my hat off to you, not many books make me cry, well done fab book. xo
About The Author
Komal Kant is the author of IMPOSSIBLE, FALLING FOR HADIE, and the upcoming WRONG SIDE OF TOWN. She currently lives in Sydney, but wishes she lived all over the world. You can tell she is weird because her days are filled with talking to imaginary characters and trying to justify choosing Stefan over Damon.
Komal talks too much, laughs too loud, sings out-of-tune, and generally says inappropriate things at appropriate times. She is obsessed with zombies, so The Walking Dead is probably my favourite show at the moment. She is overly enthusiastic about video games, Spiderman, Batman films, Byronic heroes, horror movies, baking, and pretty shoes.
You can find Komal Kant books over at Amazon