Lea Lamb and Austin Wolf were young when they fell in love. They never imagined the future could hold anything other than together-forever.
When Lea’s father dies in a tragic fishing accident, she's crushed under the weight of her grief and catches a glimpse of another type of future, one she knows she's not strong enough to face.
Austin is angry. For the past fifteen years, he's believed the woman he loved with every ounce of his soul left him without so much as a backwards glance.
When Lea unexpectedly returns to their hometown, all the years of heartache inside Austin bubbles to the surface and presents itself as blinding rage.
Faced with the truth about the past, a newly discovered secret, these former lovers will learn that if they want to have any chance at the future they’d given up on all those years ago, they will have to rescue one another from drowning in pain so debilitating it will leave them both fighting to breath.
Warning this book is intended for mature audiences and may contain triggers for some.
Lea and Austin were high school sweethearts. They each knew at a young age that they would get married and live happily ever after. But when some tragic things happen to Lea, their whole world gets turned upside and she runs.
Now, fifteen years later, Lea is back to take care of her mother. And she's going to be seeing Austin again. Neither of them realized that their feelings were still strong, but as it gets harder to fight their feelings and attraction the past comes back to bite them...
Fighting to Breathe was really good. I also totally adore the name of the series!! ;)
This store was something I wasn't expecting. It brings out a whole lot of emotion throughout the book and it made a really interesting story.
The characters were another great thing to the story. I loved both the hero and heroine. The hero was really awesome at standing by the heroine, especially when things got really bad. And the heroine was strong in her own way considering everything she went through. I did feel like a little bit of the drama was just glossed over with her ex-husband, but other than that I enjoyed the whole book. And I do look forward to more in this series!