Lindsey Iler you owe me a box of tissues! I freaking loved this story even if it did make me cry! Under a Different Sky was such an emotional ride. We go from heartache and loss to strength and perseverance to love and happiness. From the swoons to the tears everything was wonderfully done and absolutely captivating.
Nick and Hannah were such an amazing couple. Their path isn’t wasn’t at all easy, but their connection and love is just so strong that every tear and bit of angst was worthwhile. I cried, smiled, and swooned along with these characters and I loved every second of it. Lindsey Iler’s vivid storytelling not only let me let me come along for the emotional ride, but I felt like I was in the front seat feeling it all right along with Hannah and Nick. Like I said, she owes me a box of a tissues and the next book ASAP! 5 stars.
“What a phenomenal read, definitely one of my favourites from 2019.”- Ever Growing Book Obsession
“The author didn’t just make me feel the book. She made me live it, experience it and breathe it. I loved each and every swoon-worthy, heart fluttering, heartbreaking, painful and devastating moment. ” – K&M Sultry Reads, Meredith
“This book will pull you in, it will pull your heart strings, and in the end it will break you.” -Goodreads Reviewer/Bookstagrammer @Reading_Junkie28
“Under a Different Sky is intensely moving and downright soulful. This read will pull at your heartstrings, send your heart soaring, as well as rip it out entirely. All the feels, all the stars, and an epic read you can’t miss!”- SWBR Book Blog & Reviews, Sarah N.
Her fingers rub against each other like they’re trying to control themselves. Does she want to reach out and touch me? The thought of her being nervous makes me smirk. Her eyes scan up my legs, to my bare chest, and stop on my lips. She bites down on her own, and I can’t help but notice the pink hue on her chest.
She’s losing it. There’s a power in that, an exhilaration that’s hard to ignore. I need to remember to lose the shirt more often.
“I never noticed…” she whispers, moving her hands down to her sides. “I mean, I noticed. I just never…”
“Allowed yourself too long to appreciate it.” I move toward her.
“Right.” Her chest rises and falls rapidly, like she has zero control of herself.
“And what about now? Are you going to allow yourself?” My last step brings me to her feet, and I straddle one leg while standing above her.
Her chin lifts, and her hair skims over her back. “It’s probably not a good idea.”
“Sometimes the bad ideas are the ones that change our lives, Hannah. Let me change everything.” I lean down, inching my lips closer to hers. “I know you said you didn’t want me to kiss you yet, but…”