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Hopeless by Colleen Hoover- Book Review **SPOILERS* concepts to grasp fully and most of the time-mostly just the relationship between. I enjoyed Slammed, Ms. Hoover's first novel, but I thought the sequel Other than that, she is fairly happy and has a good relationship with her adoptive mother. And at the end of the book there was no real connection to the. Colleen Hoover's writing is absorbing, captivating, and flows so smoothly Sometimes discovering the truth can leave you more hopeless than.
They go back to the hotel room and have sex again.
They go back to her house and talk to her mom. Everything ends up being okay in the end.
She becomes so consumed in Holder. Sky is too much. Dean called Holder seems too much like every male character: Peppy, fake girls annoy the hell out of me. The real list of issues: Find out she was kidnapped? Find out where she came from? Wonder about her past? I feel like the authorities on this case sucked.
It would be really easy for any cop show I watch to connect the disappearance with his sister and I sincerely hope that kidnap cases are handled better in real life. Why would you make her older? She could have made her a month or two younger. Sky was obviously having issues that just exploded into other issues. Let her keep her memories repressed and let it all fester. He convinced himself that it might not be her, but he still feels like it could be her.
Why does he think he has the right to decide if she gets to know the truth about her life? This is scummy behavior in my opinion.Harmful Relationships in YA & New Adult Novels - Discussion (CC)
Instead of taking time to just, let it sink in, she immediately wants to go to her old house. Maybe some people would behave this rashly and want to immediately go see their past, but it just seems so odd to me.
Plus, Holder agreeing to drive her there is kind of weird, too. She has one huge and realistic meltdown. She tells Holder what she remembered. This just seems really wrong and sick to me. Sometimes in order to get rid of the hate, you become desperate.
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He knows hate and he knows pain and right now he knows how much i need this, whether he agrees with it or not.
He is really reluctant and uncomfortable. Then he complies but has to stop and leaves the hotel room. She also mentions that Hope loved him too, which kinda of seems gross in this context. Holder tries to stop her, and tells her they can make phone calls, but she is still hesitant to leave.
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Before they can make a decision, her father shows up. Holder is trying to shield her and is freaking out. Sky confronts her father, telling him she remembers everything.
They go inside his house with him and Holder tells him to leave his gun. He leaves two guns on his porch steps, where Holder stays.
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Why would any cop agree to do that? I do not believe this would ever happen. It is difficult for me to believe that anyone could go to this place so soon or ever. It was the kind of book that makes me want to stand on a rooftop and shout how amazing it is to the whole world!
Beautiful, heart-wrenching and uplifting. One of best books of ! After just reading the prologue, I. It gives you a taste of where the story is headed and just grabs at your heart in a way that makes you just NEED to know more.
Hopeless by Colleen Hoover- Book Review **SPOILERS*
When Sky meets Holder, her life changes. He is the first guy to make her heart skip a beat. The first guy to really make her FEEL. In fact the whole idea of being swooned by anyone is foreign to me… Somehow, in the course of sixty seconds, this guy has managed to swoon me, then terrify the hell out of me. With just a touch of bad boy, lickable dimples, a crooked smile and a tattoo, this moody, mysterious and endearing hot guy with a temper just utterly stole my heart.
And the more I learned, the more the mystery deepened. I loved watching them get closer and closer. Their chemistry was undeniable and their dialogue and banter was rapid fire and brilliant and just set my heart a flutter.
What they had was intense, passionate, and oh-so REAL. Every single thing they went though and did was believable and just made you wish you knew them in person. I loved that the story was serious but little parts made me laugh out, breaking up the more emotionally charged scenes. I swooned, squeed, proclaimed my undying love for the book, and had to take breathers to wipe the tears that sprung up on me more than once. I felt like I went through all her emotions without ever once feeling disconnected.