I have to admit that I really enjoyed reading this book. I loved the cover also; it’s unique and immediately caught my eye. I really enjoyed both Eve and Shamar’s characters a lot, even though there were times I wanted to grab them both and shake some sense into them.
For example, with Eve’s character, I completely understood her feeling like she wasn’t appreciated. As women, it’s fair to say we’ve all felt that way at some point in our lives. I don’t agree how the character deals with her issues, by trying to spark a flame with someone new. With Shamar’s character, I felt like he was too preoccupied with his job a lot of the time and seemed to be unaware of how he came across as uncaring. Towards the end, I started to warm up to his character eventually. Only because I started to realize the reasons behind why he seemed so cut off at times. With everything he was dealing with, I think it was just his way of trying not to involve his family and ultimately protect them.
My favorite part from this book was that each chapter was a song track. Each song played an important role in each chapter and blended well with the message.
For me, it was a great story about life choices and what people are willing to endure and sacrifice for Love and Family.