Review: Gravity by L.D. Cedergreen


After years of trying unsuccessfully to conceive a child, Gemma Walsh finds her husband in bed with another woman. Unable to face his betrayal, she retreats to Priest Lake where her family owns a small cabin. But Gemma finds that she is not the only one hiding away at the lake to avoid an ugly truth.

Andrew Monroe was once an essential part of Gemma’s life but tragedy and misunderstanding shattered their bond, separating them. Now twenty years later, Gemma questions the coincidence of their newly intersected paths as she struggles to resist the sparks that ignite between them.

Just when Gemma feels that she has found her second chance at happiness, she is faced with a shocking truth as her reality spirals out of control. She can’t deny the powerful force that brought Andrew back into her life anymore than she can defy the same force that now threatens to pull them apart. 

An emotionally-charged, heart-rending story that will leave you to question the freedom in truth and the existence of fate in its deepest sense.


5 STARS!!!

I need a hug. This story was so good! Yeah sure I cried the whole time I was reading it, but it was worth it. I knew what was going to happen before I read this book. I don’t like knowing what happens in books and I hate spoilers, but I’m glad I knew what was going to happen before I started reading. It made every page much more special.

I loved Andrew. Can I have him, please?

I have no idea how I’m going to review Gravity without spoiling anything or crying. I just….I’m so sad right now. It’s 3 am and i can’t sleep because I’m still crying about this book.

Just please please read this book. You might want to hit me in the face right after for recommending it, but you’ll want to thank me too. And ask for a hug and maybe hot chocolate with marshmallows.

Now I’ll try to sleep and try to fix my broken heart. 


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