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Three fateful encounters... Two heart-breaking tragedies... One last chance to get it right.
Over the course of five years, Mikki and Crush have crossed paths twice. Their first encounter changed Mikki’s life forever, but the second left them both buried beneath the emotional wreckage of a violent attack. Mikki is left with more questions and grief than she can handle, while Crush is forced to forget the girl who saved his life.
Now Mikki Gladstone has decided she’s tired of the mind-numbing meds. She books a flight to Los Angeles to end her life far away from her loving, though often distant, family.
Crush has always channelled his blackest thoughts into his music. He decides to fly to Los Angeles to record a demo of the only song he’s never performed in public; a song he wrote for a girl he doesn't even know: Black Box. He has no expectations of fame and he’s never felt like his life had any purpose… until he meets Mikki in Terminal B.
When their paths cross yet again, neither has any idea who the other person is – until they begin to piece together their history and realize that fate has more in store for them than just another love story.
Cassia Leo is also the author of the Shattered Hearts series, comprising Relentless, Pieces of You and Bring Me Home, and the series spin-off novel Abandon (can be read as a standalone).
As usual Cassia didn't disappoint.
Two strong characters who had been through so much alone, together are finally happy and fighting their demons. I love the additional chapters that were added and I continue to re-read Cassias work because of the powerful writing.
Black Box is a fantastic story of loss, love, life and everything in between.
Crush and Mikki are great characters who you find yourself attached to from the very first pages. Their story grabs you, holds on, shakes you about a bit and eventually spits you out at the end, and you'll have loved every bit of their heartbreakingly bumpy ride.
The subject matter is quite dark, but you can see the light at the end of the tunnel, and you want to follow it, no matter what you encounter along the way!
I'd definitely recommend this book as a fantastic, won't-want-to-put-it-down-once-you've-started-it, read!