love, and you – Review

love, and you – Review

love, and you - Review cover by: Gretchen Gomez

Released: April 4, 2017

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one day i met a guy
who stole my heart,
we created a world
for ourselves.
and another day
he broke my heart
and shattered
my soul.

i took the tattered
pieces of this
broken soul and
became anew.

– here lies the hurting, the healing, and the learning

(please be advised this book has mature content)

love, and you – Review

I have no words yet for this brilliant collection of poems. It was much better than I was expecting, but I went into it knowing it would be good. Poetry usually isn’t my thing, but love, and you hits you in all the feels and is completely emotional.

Those were my initial thoughts to this beautiful book. By the end of this book, I was crying and it pushed me through a set of various emotions. This book is so raw and so personal, I am extremely grateful I was able to read it. I’ve seen Gretchen floating around on Twitter and I knew I was instantly intrigued. This did not fade as I started to read this collection. I fell in love and it even compelled me to purchase a few more poetry books. This is one outstanding book!

love, and you is one book I will reread when I have time. It touched me to the core and just moved me. Like, there’s not much else to say about it. Even now, I’m still at a loss for words at how beautiful this poetry collection is. My advice: just read it. You won’t be sorry.


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