Series: Rush #1.5
Published by Self-Published on October 20th 2015
Genres: Contemporary Romance
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After the disastrous Planet X party, Noah Lake knows he must to learn to cope with his anger and bitterness, to learn to live as he is and not as he had been. He sets out on an impossible journey, alone, in the hopes of making himself worthy of Charlotte's love, and to slay the demons of an old life that is lost to him.
As he makes his arduous way across Europe, following Charlotte's tour, Noah writes of his experiences that will become his memoir, and it is only after reading his words that Charlotte comes to fully understand the hardships Noah endured for their sake; a journey that nearly broke him in mind, body, and spirit. She knows what she must do: show Noah that while she is the light in his darkness, he is the music in her heart, and that without him, she'd be just as lost.
Endless Possibility is the final chapters in a love story about acceptance, peace, and the bond between two souls who have found their equal in each other, and the happily ever after they both deserve.
I don’t know how she does it, how Emma Scott manages to pack so much emotion into a novella but how she does it is flawless.
Now if you haven’t read Rush, I suggest that you do so now! Rush is about how a cynical young man finds true love in an unexpected place and Endless Possibility is a continuation of this but told in Noah Lake’s perspective.
It details everything he went through to be with the love of his life. Sounds like an easy task, right? Sure for some but what makes things difficult for Noah is his disability. His love for Charlotte, however, knows no bounds and this is what I loved about this book – witnessing just how much someone was willing to endure for the sake of love.
If stories about finding, falling and fighting for an unparalleled love is what you are looking for then you can not go wrong with this series or any other book by Emma Scott. Every one of hers is very well thought out and beautifully written. Loved it!