The end to Hannah and Nick’s story is beautifully told. This duet shredded my heart.
Iler is one of my favourite authors and has not disappointed me yet.
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Waiting for the Sun (Hand Over My Heart Duet Book 2) Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B07ZXK3B9Z
- Language : English
- File size : 942 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 330 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 186,682 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Reviewed in Australia on 9 November 2019
I really enjoyed the first book in this series and have been waiting months for this to come out, and to be honest I'm a little disappointed I felt the book repeated it self the whole way through I expected more drama or something to happen not the yoyo of emotions between nick and hannah that didnt go anything . Thank u for the read thou still love your books
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Loved Hannah but Nick was mehReviewed in the United States on 23 December 2019
3.5 stars. A lot of push and pull in this book. While that would normally drive me crazy, it's pretty accurate for the age of the characters given that they are seniors in high school. My issue with this is that Nick pretty much walks all over Hannah and she lets him because she cares that much and is the bigger person regardless. I can admire that. But the version I saw of Nick in this book is one I would tell Hannah to run far away from and to never look back. He's a good guy in general, but I felt that it was severely lacking where Hannah was concerned. She was always rescuing him or being there for him and while he should've been grateful or apologetic or sincere, he would be a turd to her face. Yet he couldn't let her go either. And while I understand the complication of her being his dead girlfriend's best friend, I had no patience for that after everything. Nick thinks that Mia was there in his life to teach him how to love. In my opinion, Mia had no purpose in his life, but rather, he was supposed to be in her life so that she could have that kind of love before she died. Otherwise Hannah would've checked all the boxes all on her own for Nick. But whatever, Nick can justify it however he wants. I'm just bummed that he didn't really grand gesture or or do anything well enough for me to think he deserved Hannah despite his authenticity and character growth in the end. I'm inclined to believe that Hannah is always going to be the one to take the fall and put him back together rather than it being a mutual thing. But because she loves so big and purely, she's happy with that.
Won’t regret itReviewed in the United States on 7 November 2019
I’m a little biased; LINDSEY has written most of my favorite characters over the last 2-3 years since I discovered her books. Nick and Hannah are no exception. Their story is heart-wrenching and bittersweet in all of the best ways. There is love, loss, and all of the complicated feelings that comes with forgiveness. There are moments you’ll want to cry, scream and laugh with the characters, but you will never regret reading their story. Their words will suck you in- Nick’s dialogue is some of my favorite words written. Nick and Hannah handle their obstacles like any 18 year olds would, but with much more maturity than most I know today.
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Love Conquers AllReviewed in the United States on 12 November 2019
This was torture!! I was gutted and frustrated and tortured with all the emotions this story brings. I felt the loss, the grief and the love Nick and Hannah felt, but also how the side characters felt. This felt so real. It was beautifully written. When in the end all that matters is love you always find a way. A great read a definite must read!
Amazing story with all the feels!Reviewed in the United States on 8 November 2019
Going into this book I knew it would be an emotional journey. Little did I know just how Much of a roller coaster of a ride it would be! Amazing story with all the feels! Well done!
Theses books are a MUSTReviewed in the United States on 6 November 2019
2nd book in the series & they are wonderful! They will RIP your heart out and put it back together!! Nick & hannah have to go through so much just to be together & it makes it all the more beautiful!