January 28, 2016

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I am going to die.
I can’t change or fix it.
It is just something that is bound to happen.

I have fought for so long that all I want to do is give up, but I can’t because I have a sweet, devoted husband.
I have a sister, who I am deathly afraid to leave behind because I am all the family she has left.
And then there’s Maximilian Grant—the ex that I can’t seem to shake or get rid of.

I want to remain a warrior, but when what’s left of my life is tested, and my love becomes a jumbled up mess, all I can think is one heart shattering thing.

How can I leave this world peacefully knowing not only is there one man that would die for me, but two?

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★★★★4 Stars★★★★

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When I first read the blurb of this story, I knew this was going to be a heartbreaking one. Having it based upon a true story and reading the author's note? I got really emotional with that part and tried my best to prepare myself.

Shannon has not had an easy life. Crappy parents,raising her younger sister on her own,life has been a constant battle but she manages.Finally at a place where she has everything she could ever want, she's been diagnosed with an incurable disease. This will ultimately be the fight of her life but she knows this is something she won't win. Coming to peace with that,she wants her husband to as well but he refuses to give up on her.

"I'm here to stay,and if you believe you're not meant to be here then I will sit right beside this bed every single day until you reach your last-

"Your last breath."
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John would do anything for his wife. All he wants is to have a future with her and grow old together. But Shannon is already at her peace with her diagnosis and nothing would make her more happy than to spend her final days at home with her husband by her side.She's had a lot of regrets in her life and her biggest comes in the form of Maxmillian Grant.

"We just want to keep you happy for as long as we can...." "Until the day I'm gone, I whisper.

"No. Until the day we meet again." 

Two men who love her unconditionally.

One heartbreaking outcome.

I think this story portrayed what it would be like to lose someone you love really well. I felt John's frustration his sadness and his impending grief. I didn't feel like he was suffocating Shannon,I felt like he was fighting for her and giving her hope the best way he knew how to. 
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I really liked Max and he made the story more interesting and fun. This was NOT a love triangle. Shannon's decision was already made a long time ago and I liked the fact that everything was made perfectly clear. As for the ending? I found it very bittersweet and I kept holding out hope until the very end.I still don't know how I feel about it but one thing is for sure: Only the good die young.

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“You’re my wife. We just got married and technically we’re still considered newly weds. Why take that all away? Why make me suffer after suffering for so many years? My parents were enough to endure. Shannon, baby, if you keep fighting anything can happen. Any kind of chance shouldn’t be taken for granted.”
His eyes are hopeful. It kills me. I can’t bear knowing that he won’t be able to let go. What’s going to happen to him when I do die? Will he give up? Keep fighting? Will he ever love again or will he wind up being an old, bitter man that doesn’t believe in the word love.
“I’m not meant to be here, Johnny.” My voice is barely a whisper. I can barely hear it myself over the machines, but I know what I said.
And, clearly, he understands as well because he sighs, shutting his eyes for a very brief moment and then popping them open again. Sitting back, John runs his hand down his face, blowing out a breath as his hands drop to his lap. “I’m not giving up on you.”
“I know,” I murmur.
He looks at me, head turning slightly. “No, I know what you’re trying to do. You’re trying to push me away but I won’t let it happen. You can’t. I’m here to stay, and if you believe you’re not meant to be here then I will sit right beside this bed every single day until you reach your last—” He chokes up, catching himself. Look at him. He can’t even say it. “Your last breath.”


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Shanora Williams is a twenty-something that creates authentic romantic stories that, may or may not, make you question what a "Happily Ever After" truly is. After hitting the New York Times and USA Today bestsellers list at the mere age of nineteen, Shanora ventured further into the creative writing world, working even harder to create unique and memorable romances for all to enjoy.
She currently resides in Waxhaw, North Carolina and is the mother of one amazing boy, in love with her devoted man, and a sister to eleven.
When she isn't writing, she's spending time with her family, binge reading, or running marathons on Netflix while scarfing down anything sweet and salty. She also writes under the pen name S. Q. Williams.
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