Emma leaves Weslyn and everyone in it behind to attend Stanford University, just as she always intended. A shell of her former self, she is not the same girl. She is broken, and the only way that she’ll be whole again is through forgiveness. Emma must find a way to forgive herself and recognize her own worth before she can receive the love she deserves. This final installment will have readers holding their breath until the very last page.
The finally book in the Breathing series is about what happens to Emma since she left Weslyn and everyone there behind. She's a whole different person now. It's been almost two years since that time in her life, and she's not living, she just existing.
This book was some what of a disappointment to me. I hated the stuff with Cole, and Jonathan. I really hated how Emma changed from a strong girl to someone who seemed so weak. It really bothered me. Then she still wouldn't let people get close to her. And all of the stuff with her mom too. I was just frustrated with how Emma turned out.
I liked parts of the end of the book. But I sort of wish we could have seen if Emma got married, or what happened to her after college. Oh well, overall the book was okay. So far my favorite of the series was the first one.