Where One Goes has caused such a chaotic whirlwind of emotions, I’m not even sure which way is up right now. Devastated? Yep. Warm and fuzzies? Those too. Tension and angst? You bet. You’ll encounter it all, so the easy answer would be to say that this book is very, VERY emotional. That feels like such an easy way out though because it really doesn’t even begin to touch the amount of different feelings that will wreck your heart, body, and mind. So let’s just say this: Wanna feel something? One-click this one.
This story is so very unique and different. It’s creative and fresh. I’ll be honest, I don’t do paranormal, but even if you don’t like paranormal, it’s okay. The entire premise of the storyline revolves around paranormal aspects, but it still feels 110% like a romantic novel. It’s about the falling and the question of who will be there to catch the main character, Charlotte. It’s how one person can save the life of another, and how that bittersweet circle continues on. It’s sweet, sexy, and everything in between. The tension is off the charts. There’s a few touches of suspense or even a thriller. But under all of that, it’s a love story through and through.
I have to also take a second and say how completely in love with B.N. Toler I am. She’s turning out to be quite the jack of all trades. Every book by her isn’t at all like the last, but not any less great. She can weave the greatest of tales, and make you fall head over heels in love, no matter the setting. She’s eloquent, fun, in depth, and you can tell she takes great care to make sure her novels are flawless. And they are… Flawless.
Overall, with mascara stains still running down my cheeks, sniffling my nose, and getting strange looks from my husband, I can say with absolute certainty – You will LOVE this book. It will obliterate your emotions. It’s a beautiful story of life and love, in more ways than one. I can’t say it loud enough or too many times, one-click this one as soon as possible! You won’t regret it.
(That message I sent you earlier. I didn’t mean it. I don’t actually hate you. I love you too damn much. You just always make me cry.)