Choosing Us is book one in the Pierced Hearts duet by M. Robinson. I know everyone knows the Queen of Angst, but this is beyond anything I could ever have imagined. I lost my breath from the first page, and was constantly struggling to take a full breath. It was heartache from the very beginning. I was profoundly, deeply and devastatingly affected by this story. I was unable to think, breathe, be without my thoughts straying to Aiden and his whole world. The mystery shrouding this story was brilliantly thought out and executed. I cried until my heart was torn to shreds. I wanted to hit someone, scream at someone, beg someone. The emotions I felt were as uncontrollable as the weather. I was along for this tumultuous ride, whether I was prepared or not. I have not the words to describe how I can still be this moved by one author so much and so uniquely, every single time I pick up one of her books. I want to hurl abuse, while at the same time, want to bow at her feet and rejoice the fact that I can read these stories. It is an experience unlike any other, and no two stories impact the same. Each one hits more than the one before. Each. And. Every. Time. 5 mother lovin stars.
Aiden had a rough childhood, he made sure that his soul mate and family would never want for anything because of it, but then he’s soulmate is gone, he doesn’t know how to exist without her. Enter the nanny, Camila, she starts to love the kids, realising that she may also be starting to have feelings for Aiden. Camila knows she loves the kids, but she needs answers why is their mother never there, she asks only to be told its Aiden’s story to tell, but he’s not saying a thing. You can see their chemistry, but the questions need answers and when you think you may get them your left with the cliff hanger.
I am so enthralled and confused! What is happening!? I absolutely love all the characters but I have no idea what is going on and I couldn't stop reading until it ended abruptly. If you're reading this review and you're confused as hell please give this book a read, I have no idea where this story is going but what I've seen so far is making me anxious to read part 2!