Move the Stars
Book 3, Something in the Way
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“Emotionally packed, impeccably written…”—USA Today’s HEA
Now a top three iBooks bestseller. Book three in the complete, USA TODAY bestselling Something in the Way series.
It was a hot summer day when I met him on the construction site next to my parents' house. If I’d known then what I do now, would I have kept on walking? Manning was older, darker, experienced—and I’d trusted him when he said the story would only ever be about us. I’d held those words close and challenged fate, but I had lost.
A part of me is still that sixteen-year-old girl squinting up at Manning, but no matter how far I fall or high I soar, I’ll always be a bird without her bear and nothing without him.
When I close my eyes, I can no longer see her. The decisions I made were to push Lake in the right direction—away from me. But now that she’s gone, would I have made those same choices?
I’d walked away like I was supposed to. I’d kept my distance. I’d bent over backward to keep Lake pure, but she’s no longer that girl, and I don’t know if I can stay away anymore. I only know I don’t want to. She’s still everything I want and nothing I should ever have, but if anyone can move the stars, it’s her great bear in the sky.
Death by angst! Best of the best!
This book has all the feels! So much love, angst, toe curling naughtiness....You spend the book wanting to cry, throw it, giddy...the list goes on. Well done Jessica Hawkins...well done!
Can I just say how wrapped up I got into this whole series? I am so ready for the next installment! Lake and Manning’s story has made me actually want to cry, I get happy for them and sad. Thanks for such a great little story to lose myself in!
I loved it!
The trilogy was very good. It is so apparent that the author put her heart and soul in every detail. I loved the hero and heroine. I love me some angst in a series but this might have had a tad too much. Also, I am so glad there is going to be a next book because this last one with the happily ever after ended kind of abruptly.