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Brokenness: A Broken Wings Companion Novel by [Ashby, Erika]
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TEN YEARS AGO, I fell in love with a boy.
In the blink of an eye, the boy I loved was ripped from me.
TEN YEARS LATER, I ran into the boy I had lost.
Yet, he's no longer a boy.
He's a man.
A deeply wounded man.

Dustin Adams was once known for his down to earth, care free spirit.
He was the well rounded kid with a promising future.

Until the girl he loved was yanked from his life.

Now, Dustin is known for his distance and the coldness he radiates. He is simply a shell of the boy he once was.

Living the Army life, the close calls he's surrounded by daily have done nothing but further harden his heart.

Until the girl he once loved reappears in his life.

Can what they shared so long ago be restored?
Or is Dustin fated to live a life of brokenness?

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1844 KB
  • Print Length: 241 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B015XNIZCS
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  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
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That's what I reckon anyway. There's this famous quote (that I originally assumed came from a novel I read as a teenager, but apparently that was secondhand) that goes along the lines of "The opposite of Love is not Hate, but indifference".

I tend to think there's a rather profound truth hidden in there. Love, or the regard we hold for certain others can morph and change with the passing of time, but for it to stop being love with them, we'd really need to just not care in the slightest, one way of the other about anything to do with them ... at least no more than we might do for the stranger who lives two streets over.

I know in my own experience, that once I've given my regard to another ... its a done deal. Its not something I can take back. I can't stop caring for Kelly whom I met in the third grade anymore than I can for Di, the first girl I ever kissed. Both have moved on with their lives (and I really doubt if Kelly even remembers me) but that has no impact on how I feel.

It certainly has an impact on what I might choose to do about those feelings, but it doesn't change them.

Similarly with those whom I've loved and been hurt by in return. Time can have an impact on how I might feel about the circumstances or actions that precipitated that hurt ... but most times the reason these things hurt so much is because we do care.

There is certainly anything but indifference on the part of either Dustin or Echo when we first witness them meet in the closing chapters of Broken Wings. The tension sizzles around the two of them like electricity, and on Dustin's part, anger rolls off of him in waves. We're left with absolutely no doubt that there's more to their story than either of them are prepared to let on.
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