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I have the biggest book hangover after reading To the Stars. I also have another book to add to my favorites list. Molly McAdams is one of my go to authors. She never disappoints me with her words. The emotions that this book evokes is overwhelming. It was the most intense, sad and upsetting ride I’ve taken with this author since Taking Chances. My heart broke and my gut ached from the pain that Harlow and Knox endured. I was completely invested in these characters and their story.
I listened to this book on Audible and let me tell you, Eldridge Em and Alan Matthew did an amazing job at bringing Low and Knox to life. Together and separate, I loved the narrators and applaud their performance. It could not have been easy to record this book. I was sobbing through most of it.
Once again I’ve been Molly’d. I say that when I’ve been emotionally stripped bare, heartbroken beyond what I think can be repaired, yet she was able to mend my broken heart and make it swell. Wonderful job telling a story of such a sensitive subject. I’m really excited now to read Deacon’s story and hope to get a little glimpse of the gang from Thatch again.
The fact that Lows parents place these requirements on Knox if he wants their approval (i.e. Knox being three years older than Low her parents imply she cannot marry till she finishes college) yet Low loses her virginity at 18 and marries a boy two years older than her when still in college and ends up quitting college to be a trophy wife - AND Lows parents LOVE Colin. And even after Knox saves Low - her parents still attempt to put demands and conditions upon Knox. Poor Knox can't ever catch a break with Lows parents EVER. And that just plain sucked in my opinion. And seriously no just turned 18 year olds would ever dis a friend who liked a 15 year old. They would have been a senior and freshman in high school. Its not unreasonable to believe that they could have had a relationship especially considering Low is allowed to hang out with her sister of the same age as Knox in the first place.