Always You - Erin Kaye
Source: Review Copy from Avon
It’s 1992 and Sarah is in love with Cahal, a boy from the wrong side of the tracks. As they plan to graduate from university, all seems set for their happily ever after…
Fast forward to 2012 and something’s gone wrong. Cahal is out of the picture and Sarah is divorced from Ian by whom she’s had two children. What happened? As Cahal walks back into Sarah’s life, can they overcome past decisions and surrounding prejudice and make it work a second time around?
Could you imagine the love of your life being hated for nothing at all? How heartbreaking it must be to try win both them and your love over. When I was reading 'Always You' I always felt really sad for Cahall more than I did for Sarah. I felt like not only was he unhappy in love, but he had always been left out at home and with his drunk of a dad being abusive, that poor man didn't have a good life at all. Bless him.
Erin Kaye has not just given us a book of longing and everlasting love in Always You, but also a book of disgust and heart wrenching secrets. It is honestly a book I would highly recommend. A lot of people seem to stay clear of the chick-lit genre as its all fluff, heels and romance, but this is one of them books that prove that wrong and I know if given the chance it will be greatly received by lovers of all genres.
Packed full of secrets, lies, love and scandal. Characters with their own hidden story's and sorrows. It embraces you in feelings and things you could not imagine happening. It's a brilliant tale.