Recommended by LadyJennya

I really liked the way the author writes the story without fluffing up the words as he describes each character. I really liked the entertainment of the story, it doesn't leave the pattern it is in. I simply loved it and I really wish it wouldn't stop. Congratulations to whoever wrote the story (Author) Signed; Angelique contreras

"Eminent" means distinguished or prominent. "Imminent" means about to happen or impending. Ex.: She is an eminent scientist. The storm is imminent, so we should stay indoors.

"LED" and "LEAD"

"Led" is the past tense of the verb "to lead." "Lead" can be a verb meaning to guide or a noun referring to a type of metal. Ex.: She led the team to victory. He will lead the project. The pipes are made of lead.

Recommended by Raiane Gouveia

Raiane Gouveia
What captivated me most about the story was the way they met and fell in love, what's more, they share the same pain and that's how they get closer to each other every day. It is a very beautiful and enjoyable novel to read. I recommend it because it's worth reading, the story is very interesting.