Totally didn't want to put it down.
Title: Learning to Breathe
Date Published: April 14, 2016
Source: Amazon Gift given in exchange for an honest review
Bree has a budding law career, a loving fiancé, a new house, and a future that promises everything she thought she could ever want. But when her fiancé dies months before the wedding, all of that dies with him. She turns to friends, family, her parents’ faith, and a god she doesn’t believe in as she tries to hold herself together long enough to mourn the loss of her relationship and figure out how to start over from scratch. To complicate matters further, what starts as mutual support slowly blossoms into an undeniable attraction to the one man she's sure she can’t be with: her dead fiancé’s brother.
The plot is one that I've read it before, but it was anything but predictable. Even when I knew what was going to happen, she still threw me off. Each page with a treasure, and it makes me sad that I'll never experience it for the first time again. It was a pleasure to see inside Bree's head, even when it was heartbreaking.