The world owes you nothing.
It took losing the woman I loved and facing the paralyzing task of moving on without her for me to truly understand that.
Consumed by regret and razor-sharp memories, I’d resigned myself to a life of loneliness until a survivor from the same plane crash that took my fiancée stormed into my life.
Remi Grey was chaos and sunshine, fire and freedom. With her in my arms, I began to believe that fate had other plans for me.
But as secrets of the past exploded around us, it seemed the only thing fated about our relationship was that I had been destined to lose her from the start.
The world owes you nothing. But for Remi, I would risk it all. No matter the cost.
4.5 Heart Review by Ashley
Welp...Aly Martinez has done it again. Built me way up just to pull the rug out from under me...The Difference Between Somebody and Someone started full throttle and didn't let up at all. It was fast paced and emotional and had me hanging on every word.
The first meeting between Remi and Bowen was equal parts mortifying and hilarious. But my goodness when they bump into each other again it was awkward city. It was Remi's brightness vs. Bowen's brood. But not an angry brood more like a resigned to the fact one. He was heartbroken (rightfully so) and just stuck.
Thankfully Remi wasn't having it. Her wit and charm and randomness drew this man out of his shell. Brought him back to himself. To a person he used to know before the bottom fell out of his life. Light. Free. Happy.
In the back of my mind as I was reading I kept thinking what is Aly going to do to these people? There has to be something coming, this is a trilogy after all. And HOLY WHAT THE WHAT?!? I truly didn't see that twist coming at all. Talk about unexpected. I feel breathless after finishing this part of Remi and Bowen's story. And I need the next book...like yesterday.
About the Author
Originally from Savannah, Georgia, USA Today bestselling author Aly Martinez now lives in South Carolina with her four hilarious children.
Never one to take herself too seriously, she enjoys movies that can surprise her with a twist, charcuterie boards, and her mildly neurotic golden retriever. It should be known, however, that she hates pizza and ice cream, almost as much as writing her bio in the third person.
She passes what little free time she has reading anything and everything she can get her hands on, preferably with a glass of wine by her side.
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