How do you cope with the tragic death of someone who used to be at the centre of your world? The question itself is daunting, let alone the bare reality. A lot of us would respond with silence, which is never the mere absence of speech, rather the inability to put into words what we’re really feeling. That’s also the premise of Gabriela’s book, a heartwarming and inspiring story that leads is through Cassie’s journey after the death of her mother. A story about hope after grief and loss, about the power of love to bring you back to life. Such wonderful read!
Hopelessly Imperfect is available on AMAZON.
GENRE | YA Contemporary Romance
Cancer is a beast. It’s ugly, savage, and has no mercy.
Cassie learned this all too well while watching her mother slowly deteriorate, one agonizing day at a time…
With the desire to make her mother’s last year the best it can be, she works to be the perfect daughter. Every character trait, witty joke, like and dislike—Cassie molds herself to be what her mother would love most.
But in the end, it still isn’t enough…
After years of pretending, Cassie has no idea who she really is. When her mother slips away, Cassie falls into a deep depression, and thoughts of suicide become her most pressing threat. After a failed attempt, she seeks help, and is eventually able to return to life at home.
Going through senior year as the girl whose mom died sucks…
With her father picking up the pieces of his own heart, and Cassie back in school, she’s able to make a few new friends—one of them being Nathan Rivers. A little quiet, strong, and with inner demons of his own, Cassie can’t help but be intrigued. And as she grows closer to Nathan, the reasons for their mutual attraction slowly unveil.
Pain sometimes feels impossible to cope with. It’s consuming, saturating, and all-encompassing.
As Cassie and Nathan struggle to heal, can they learn to forgive and accept the past, and possibly find happiness in being Hopelessly Imperfect…?
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Gabriela Cabezut is a Mexican author who has been inclined to write ever since she was little. Being a creative person has always been one of her major traits. When she was a child, she used to type short stories for her family and friends. Then, she created and directed a school newspaper for her Elementary School. Reading has always been an important part of her life. Distinctively, she loves to read in English. Therefore, after being a silent reader for most of her life, she started to write romance stories on a writer’s community website, where she has succeeded by having thousands of readers from around the globe reading her stories. She manages her time between her family and friends, as well as her own cake-decorating business and as of lately, writing romance stories.
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