Recommended by Laucamargo

The story of this dear couple from a completely innovative and much more complete perspective. The author, with great familiarity with the words and a mastery of the couple's feelings, makes us undertake a beautiful trip to all the moments that Laura and Edgar lived. With a captivating, sensitive and very pleasant language, the author allows us to visit the universe that made this love so dear! Messages of great value populate the text throughout the story, and leads us to reflect on life -relevant issues. In addition to that there is always a possibility of surprisingly, because feelings are shown from a new angle and pay attention to questions that have sometimes go unnoticed at other times. I follow with great satisfaction and I look forward to each new chapter and if you want to dive into a world of feelings and sensations this is the right story.

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Recommended by Filipa

The story is truly wonderful, it has the overwhelming advantage of starting from the beginning, addressing everything that many dreamed of but didn't see in the soap opera. Allied to all this is the mastery and talent with which Fernanda describes all the scenes, the coherence between the chapters. The characters' personalities are very well defined and defined, without deviations along the narrative thread. Anyone who doesn't read it is missing out on a great work and another very well-crafted look at Laura and Edgar's encounters and disagreements.