Thursday, January 28, 2016

Needing to Fall by Ryan Michele


Title: Needing to Fall
Author: Ryan Michele
Genre: Inspirational Romance
Release Date: January 25, 2016
Cover Designer: Melissa Gill MGbookcovers



Have you ever sunk inside yourself to a place of darkness so deep you couldn’t see the light? Had no hope? Felt completely alone in a world filled with so many people?
I have. I’ve lived it, breathed it. 
Why?
Because life hated me. 
It disliked me from the moment of conception, despised me when I was born, loathed me when I bounced from each foster home, and kicked me in the gut when I watched the one thing that meant everything to me leave. 
For years, I drifted, unable to find my footing, never knowing what the word stable meant. Then a single moment in time rocked me to my core, changing me and making that solid ground I so desperately craved crumble at my feet, causing me to fall farther than I’d ever imagined. 
The darkness of the swirling tornado that is depression captured me, pulling me down to its depths, drowning me, suffocating me, owning me.
A depth so deep, I didn’t think I’d survive and didn’t care if I did. I only wanted peace. I wanted the pain to disappear. I wanted to be … free. 
Needing to fall into the cyclone of darkness was the only way I could find the light.
**Warning: This book covers many tough issues—including, but not limited to, depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder, and abuse. It is a very highly charged, emotional read. 18+ Only. Please note: depression, PSTD, and other issues covered in this book take different lengths of time to combat—some take a lifetime. In this book, time is skewed and sped up to flow with the story line.**







5 Stars

This book delves into the mostly misunderstood issues surrounding mental health and the devastating effects it can cause. It is an emotionally charged rollercoaster of a read with little hope of any happy ending. Many difficult subjects are spoken about such as depression,anxiety,abuse both physical and mental, PTSD, to name a few. It is a dark, gritty story which engages you from the start. You become the cheer squad for the main characters and want them to get better and realise it is okay to love and support someone and to gain hope that mental health issues are treatable. Most of all that with the right support and the right people in your life that the human spirit can rise again.It is not your usual modern day love story and is actually more intriguing because of that.
I received an ARC copy of this book in return for an honest review for WTMO Bloggers.

~ Helen, WTMO Reviewer ~








Ryan Michele has a huge obsession with reading, which only came to life after her best friend said she had to read Twilight. After reading that series, her entire world changed in the blink of an eye. Not only was she sucked into new worlds and all of the wonderful words authors put down on paper, she felt the urge to begin to write down the characters that played inside of her head. In doing so, Safe was born. When she’s not reading or writing, she spends time taking care of her two children and her husband, enjoying the outdoors and laying in the sun.





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