Always Conall by Sibylla Matilde

Conall was not the easiest of reads for me.  While loving the dual POV sometimes it’s incredibly frustrating as the reader to know what the character thinks and why things are the way they are.  Wanting to slap them both upside the head and just get everyone on the same damn page, but if that were the case it would be a 10 page story..and that’s no fun!  Instead you are taken on a journey of guilty consciences, pain, love, friendship and complete devastation…
This author has a way of making me feel what everyone is experiencing and riding the emotional wave with each one of the people portrayed, this story was no different.  Wanting the family to not only see their future was in each other, but that it had always been seen that way by those around them.

Having no family, and truly believing that everyone she had ever loved had left her or were just too out of reach.  Not trusting that when someone says they are in…that it could be reality.  Was how Sage has lived…having a close knit support of friends that look after her.  Conall on the other hand ran because guilt is a strong emotion that can strangle and change who you once were, and in an instant you can make a decision that you think is best for someone, but it is actually breaking them more than anyone could ever imagine.

“I was completely overwhelmed. Overwrought. Overcome. And for a time, all I had the power to do was to clutch him to me and cry.”

While cheering for all those involved to come together and find their happily ever after, you find out that the love for each other had been a long time coming…
Sib does it again, a strong friendship, turned something more…enjoyed it!
Written by: unrulygirl

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