Too Late by Colleen Hoover is something I didn’t expect. It is edgier than any other CoHo books I’ve read or at least researched about.
I never expected that I will be into this kind of genre because after reading Priest and Midnight Mass by Sierra Simone (as suggested by reviews in a book group I joined in), I tried to relax a bit and read Before The Coffee Gets Cold.
You see, most of the things I post here in this blog are the books I was able to read. It gives me an outlet to share and reading has been part of my routine (I can definitely make it through without internet connection as long as I have something to read).
Too Late is thrilling and breathtaking! You think you have predicted what happens but NO. The boom stressed me haha I couldn’t stop and I was deciding if I should pause or continue to the next page, to the next chapter.
The love triangle of Asa, Sloan, and Luke (Carter) was so intense. Reader discretion is advised because there are contents that are sensitive especially to a younger audience.
I won’t go into details of what the story will be, but there are quotes/excerpts from the book I’d like to share so you’d be interested to read it too.
General Patton’s theory: how sometimes it’s necessary to sacrifice the live of the few for the good of the many.
Love is not found. Love finds.
Love shouldn’t feel like added weight. It should make you feel as light as air.
Too Late is well written and brilliant! It’s terrifying and impressive at the same time.