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Four Years Later (Four Doors Down Book 2) by [Doherty, Emma]
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Becca McKenzie is happy—crazy, ridiculously happy.

She might not have figured out what she wants to do with her life, but she has something better—Ryan Jackson—and they couldn’t be more in love if they tried. He might have been pissed when she went off to a different college, but they make the long distance work because they’re “Becca and Ryan”, and nothing is going to break them.

Until it does.

Until one terrible, unforgettable night away from Ryan. Until too much drinking and one empty bedroom. Until fifteen minutes of hell completely destroys her life and leaves Becca questioning everything she’s ever known.
Until that night turns into a lie she can’t stop—can’t control.

Until she said no but he didn’t listen.

***This book does contain a first person account of sexual assault so if you have triggers then this is not the book for you.***

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  • Print Length: 311 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B06Y4V8X9W
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  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #2,947 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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Whilst Four Doors Down is a charming feel good type of story.... this is not.
Four Years Later is such a breath of fresh air. It deals with sexual assault and the subsequent fallout in a gritty, yet sensitive manner.
Tissues maybe needed
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OMG highly recommend this book. Just be prepared that this is nothing like the first book! Tissues WILL be needed!
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5.0 out of 5 stars A wonderful but very different sequel to Four Doors Down 23 May 2017
By Clem and Justine - Published on
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Such a powerful sequel to Four Doors Down. You will need tissues - and probably a good glass of wine!
Becca and Ryan are both trying to reconcile their career and college choices and balance them with their relationship. This is hard enough - but when Becca experiences her very worst nightmare, she turns to Ryan and he lets her down.
An emotional and at times heartbreaking story that deals so beautifully with the reality of the aftermath of sexual assault and the scars that are not seen but run deep. Ms Doherty has delivered a beautiful and redemptive story - worth the read. (I have read it twice already!)
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5.0 out of 5 stars Five Amazing stars!!! 4 May 2017
By K. Hulsey - Published on
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Four Years Laters is definitely a more intense read than Four Doors Down. This story is full of angst, sadness, new friendships and lasting love. My heart was broken for the majority of this book but I loved it. I wanted to scream A LOT. I loved that a lot of the old characters from the first book were in this book and we get to meet some new characters. Sam is my girl and I love me some Jake. Ryan and Becca make my heart hurt and patter all at once. Becca proved that even through you feel broken and hopeless you are capable of finding your way again. I loved how strong she became in the end. Ryan...I was so disappointed in him. I just wanted him to listen. His love for Becca is so intense and he made up for his actions in the end. I loved this book!!
5.0 out of 5 stars Best read of 2017 25 May 2017
By Angela - Published on
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Just finished Four Doors Down last night and Four Years Later tonight. I couldn't put Four Years Later down! Parts of their story had me frustrated and angry. Parts had me literally sobbing and other parts had me laughing out loud. Excellent read!
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5.0 out of 5 stars THIS is why I read. The feels, just WOW. 10 May 2017
By LitJunkie - Published on
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So I really liked book 1. I reviewed it saying as much. I went into this prepared to be equally entertained. No, just no. This book was next level, people. I had to wait a day to review it because I'm in the midst of *such* a book hangover (the likes of which haven't been since Thoughtless and Beautiful Disaster). This author gutted me in the best possible way. Love between two likable characters? Yes, deeply. Betrayal, yes (seemingly). Longing/agony? Yes, holy hades--yes, yes, yeeeeeeeees. Finally, there was resolution. Like a salve to my cleaved heart, it was gifted at the end of a painful journey. This was pure book crack for me and I want this author to know that I *need* you to write more. I'm sold, just deliver.
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5.0 out of 5 stars The most cathartic experience I've had in a long time. 2 May 2017
By Schyler N. - Published on
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I want to write a review without spoilers, but I know that's nearly impossible. So here I am to tell you this story sends you on an emotional journey. Not only did we leave off with Four Doors Down with becca and Ryan together, we get to begin Four Years Later with them together. The love they share is so clear, you FEEL it. Please read this. Read this to learn. Read this to love. Read this to forgive.


I want to begin by saying Emma's authors note is extremely important. You will read this book and you will scream and you will cry. And you will be so distraught right along with Sam that becca hasn't told anyone about her assault. Emma is absolutely correct when she says that unless you've experienced it firsthand you have no idea how you'd react. We all like to think we'd go straight to our parents, straight to the police, maybe some of us think it won't even happen to us.
This book was a journey that most college girls go through. Not all of them have someone like Ryan beside them, but assault is assault regardless who's there for you in the end. This book will tear you down and build you back up.
There is life after traumatic experiences. There is love. There are relationships. And yes!! There are even consensual sexual experiences. No one comes back out of a situation completely unscathed, but they're never broken. Emma details this beautifully.
I feel like I've watched a friend grow up while reading Becca's story. I cried with her. I laughed with her. I'm not ashamed to admit that her and Ryan's love reminded me that things will not always be perfect. Sometimes they will be terrible. But as long as you're willing to continue putting in the work, anything is possible.

Thank you Emma. Keep writing.

- Schyler Newman

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