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Daylight Follows is a standalone new adult romance.
Direction and a sense of purpose for her life evaded Daniella Archer. She was in college, but her classes didn’t hold her interest. She had a boyfriend, but never got butterflies when he was near. Her two best friends were her lifelines, the ones who always stood by her. Then tragedy shattered her world and she sunk into a deep depression. She watched helplessly as the rainy sky mimicked her tears and the dark clouds, her mood.
Garrett Ramsey secretly loved Daniella throughout their high school years. When he moved away, he finally put those feelings behind him and moved on with his life, or so he thought. Just seeing Dani again brought all of the feelings he thought were long dead, straight to the surface again. She never saw him as more than a friend, so he didn’t tell her how he truly felt.
Two people, two paths, both missing something significant. Storms swirled all around and the blackness of night seemed to last forever. They dared to hope daylight would follow.
Raw & Emotional read. I relate to Dani in so many ways; it's like breath of fresh air reading her journey and seeing depression from the outside. Everyone at some point in their life gets depressing feelings, with this book not only are their tips on how to cope but a character that shows strength and determination to push through, it's inspirational. There are a few quotes from this book that stuck to my core and for that I'll forever be grateful for Michelle Dare. On the flip side I relate a ton to Garrett that it's crazy, I may relate even more to him than Dani lol, but I love Garrett, I love who he is, how he works through his own issues, he supports the people around him and is just overall great. This book had its twists and one major one that I was clueless about; usually I can sense a plot twist but was blindsided by this one... I wish I could share a gif on here to show you how I felt lol. Over all it was a very good read, emotional, raw, informative, inspirational, and perfect. Michelle Dare has done it again!