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Four Years Later (Four Doors Down)

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hasta que llegamos al epilogo y se viene abajo ¿saben como les conté que Becca se niega a volver con Ryan?

e Rebecca, Grace, the jury, cops, or a judge) but this is ya after all and every ending comes sealed with a ribbon on it. I demand an alternative ending where Becca marries a nice guy (doc was fine) and ryan dies alone in some hole where he belongs. Ok so I came across this book again after having read it before and for some reason left no rating nor review. His friends were completely right in telling him to get his head out of his ass, because it was so far up there, the common sense area in his brain was blocked.

I wish it had at least turned interesting with a plot twist when she finally became the focus of an episode of “Snapped”.

His redemption should not have come as a result of being the reason she got over it bc he was there to make her feel safe four years later and he most definitely did not deserve to be rewarded her companionship while still getting to date other women. It really touched me, reading about what the characters went through and I know it's only fiction but this book really sheds light on what happens every day in real life. I didn’t love that the “hero” was sleeping around while he was in love with the heroine by I felt with it. I wanted to get angry so many times but I kept crying while I was reading it -either it's that emotional or damn pregnancy hormones got to me.I also have strong feelings about the ending -despite how much I wanted those two to get back together and Ryan to know the truth, after he did I couldn't forgive him, and even though it didn't make sense for Becca since she'd wanted to get back the whole time, her speech to him about how it wasn't okay when he finally found out, that they couldn't be together again because of how he'd treated her for a year, was how I wish it had ended instead of them getting back together after some years of penance on his part. The one guy Bailey Rydell can’t stand is actually the boy of her dreams—she just doesn’t know it yet. But it was just another one of those novels about a boy and a girl who are too surface level to express any depth, and that just won't cut it when handling such delicate subject matter.

I couldn’t see how Ryan could ever redeem himself, and with over 90% of the book read, I was convinced there was no way back for the two of them…Emma’s storytelling is something in this book and I was truly happy by the end, although I would of loved to of seen more of their reconciliation. When he finally gets it together (only after other people tell him that she had been raped) he moves to be closer to her to “be there for her”. Ryan the dirtbag who still couldn’t stop sleeping around/dating when everyone said he was in love with her? The whole point was to see how she heals and how he grovels, apologizes and realizes his mistake but we only get that for one chapter and then it skips the epilogue, which time skipped four years (hence the book title) but we literally missed all the important details that happened between them.than we jump 5 years later and Becca is still traumatized by the rape and not really dating but when she does, RYAN meets the guy to check him out even though it kills him and hurts his feelings. YOU ARE STRONG, YOU ARE BEAUTIFUL YOU'RE NOT ALONE, WE CARE and that you have alot more power than the person who did that to you! What was believable was the "old boy" cult of football that protected the villain and vilified the heroine. The 'author' chose to focus on a paper-like heroine who spends the whole book trying to chase her ex-boyfriend, the one who spits her out because he thinks she cheated on him ! Durante o período de teste, é possível usufruir de todos os benefícios da assinatura de maneira gratuita.

I actually felt like shouting at the book because I felt Becca’s helplessness, vulnerability and sorrow in spades and I just wanted Ryan to give her a chance and LISTEN to her. If he loved her as much as he claimed he did, he would actually give her a second chance or at least talk to her. The first book was mindless fluffy cuteness and I liked the characters enough to just jump into this second book without reading the blurb. I feel like she decided to make this second half of the story more dramatic and dark for the sake of keeping interest in her writing.Uma mensagem por e-mail será enviada antes do término do período gratuito, que pode ser cancelado a qualquer momento. Until fifteen minutes of hell completely destroys her life and leaves Becca questioning everything she’s ever known. clearly was… the stupid they felt when they were even wondering themselves “why would Becca do this” … I often say certain guys are complete idiots … I wish he would’ve considered asking Becca and talking about what happened smh instead of yamping off at her. Like please leave the poor girl alone and let her heal peacefully, she doesn’t need 15 people telling her she should forgive the guy who literally abandoned her. I've read various accounts of survivors of rape, but am not in a position to say whether this is a valid depiction of what a rape survivor goes through.

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