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324 pages, Paperback
First published January 7, 2020
“Maybe instead of wondering why we're all connected, whats important, the only thing thats important is to know that we are.”You Were There Too is one of those unforgettable reads. It’s also one of the saddest books I’ve ever read. It has such a bittersweet ending, but I cried buckets while reading it. It’s so hard to say that I ‘enjoyed’ this read, because it broke my heart, but I did love so much about it.
"What do you want? It's as simple as that. Who do you love? Who do you want to be with? Forget everything else."
Maybe instead of wondering why we’re all connected, what’s important—the only thing that’s important—is to know that we are.
Love isn’t supposed to hurt. But really, if you’re doing it right, love hurts all the time.
Mia’s sadness is his sadness and he’d carry it around with him like water in a bucket until the end of his days if it meant that she didn’t have to.
And in that moment, our eyes locked, I see my husband, and I remember all at once how much I love him. And I wonder how I could ever forget, even for a second.
It's always been him.