|Crash into Us|
|December 18th 2017|
|They met when they were kids.
They were friends, lovers, and then husband and wife.
They were supposed to be together forever.
He was her Superman.
She was his happiness.
And then he went pro.
He went on to play for the Washington Warriors. He ate, breathed, and slept professional hockey. All he had left after her was the ice. He was in magazines, he won a Stanley Cup, and he had a crowd of people screaming his name. He had everything. Didn’t he?
It’s hard to move on from an addiction, and she was addicted. Drunk on love too early on, she never truly moved on from her first love. She faded in and out of life, trying to ignore her need. But bad habits have a way of coming back when you least expect them too.
For years they went separate ways, until her Superman falls from the sky.
He was on a helicopter after a big win when the engine cut out. He knows he’s not making it out alive. Even with the screams of his teammates shouting in the background as they crash toward earth, all he can think of is her. He’ll never get to see her again…
Love is unforgiving dragging her back to heartache. She only wants to help him get better from the accident and move on with her life. She never planned on falling back in love with him. She never planned on falling so hard a second time.
Lovesick and broken, they crash right back into each other.
Without a doubt there is a lot of wisdom in the words “you don’t know what you got until it’s gone” … and I think this is what it comes down to if I had to describe Crash into Us by Shana Vanterpool.
While I have to honestly admit that I am not 100percent into the writing style of the author as I did not like/ agree with the ease with which two people that were obviously destined to be together threw away everything over something that in any other relationship should have been a big fight but not a divorce..- I still cannot help for liking the picture that was drawn around the two leads.
The essence of it being that two people that are so obviously soulmates cannot be kept apart forever except maybe not even by death. They might call id addiction I call it karma – and nobody messes with karma.
Brace yourself to find out if a broken Superman gets his second chance with the one woman that is able to silence the noises…….