August 22, 2016

I Can't Die Alone by Regina Bartley • RELEASE DAY BLITZ & REVIEW

Title: I Can't Die Alone
Author: Regina Bartley
Genre: New Adult/Contemporary Romance
 Release Date: August 21, 2016


She was alone on a journey to find a man she’d never met. She had a backpack filled with three days worth of clothing, and old photograph, and a letter dated 1997. With one goal in mind she set out to find the man from the letter, the man named Benjamin Cooper. The only thing that she knew about this man was that he was married to her mother many years ago, and according to his letter he loved her. That was the only conformation she needed to search for him.

Tori Holt had no family left that she knew of, and one chance to find someone to share her last days with. Otherwise, she’d die alone. The doctors said she wouldn’t live to see her twenty-first birthday, the birthday that was only three months away. Time was not on her side, but she didn’t care. Tori knew right from the beginning that this journey wouldn’t be easy. But it didn’t stop her, because nothing about her life had been easy. 

Then she met Bo, the handsome boy who kept her company on a park bench. Bo was the son of a man named Benjamin, the man from a letter dated 1997. 

The hardest part about finding love is letting it go.
The easiest part about the journey is the moment it all makes sense.

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Review by: Leeann 

Oh My God!! I haven’t cried so much over a book in a long time!
Even though it is made clear from the start what is going to happen, when it does, it is no less devastating.
Tori is a young girl facing a crappy fate and knows there is absolutely nothing she can do about it. Little does she know, her choices from here on
out are going to deliver her the biggest gift of her life.
Bo is a young man who has fallen in love hard and fast, only problem is that it will not give him a happy ending. He is on a one way road to heartbreak.
These two have a beautiful love, It doesn’t matter what is in store for them or that is was a fast developed love, it is beautiful, generous, heartbreaking and
all consuming and it brings a peace to Tori that she had been craving and desperately needing. It makes her final days a blessing to her rather than a dark and lonely
Ben is Bo’s dad & he is the perfect remedy to heal Tori’s lost soul. In getting to know him, Tori forms an almost paternal bond with him through his link to her mother.
He will never, ever understand the gift he has given her. She will never understand just what it meant to him to be able to spend Tori’s last days with her.

This is one of those books that you get so wrapped up in, you completely lose track of time. You lose the ability to care what is going on around you because you
are so caught up in what you are reading.  

The story is beautiful. The ending heartbreaking. It is a must read if you want to feel everything. And I do mean feel everything.
Get your tissues out for this one you will love it and hate it all at once!

4 Stars 

Review by: Tracy 

What if you were alone in this world. What if you had no one, no friends. The family you once had, you lost. Would you go out searching for people to fill that void in life? Now what if you had no one and you were told you were dying. You probably wouldn't want to die alone would you?

Neither did Tori Holt. She set out on an adventure that she hoped would change her life. And it forever changed her. 
While I think the concept of the book was great I just would have liked more build between the main characters. I feel like they went from zero to 60 way to quickly, which made some things that happened between them not believable. While the story did cut right to the chase I still was able to connect with Tori. It's hard not to feel things while reading this story. 

3.5 Stars 

Author Bio

Regina is a contemporary romance writer from Kentucky. She lives there with her husband, kids, dog and cat. She can be found behind her computer, a good book, or watching sports. She loves to hear from her readers.

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