You’re still the one by Sasha Clinton
Releases: February 27, 2016
One love. One man. Two chances.
Ashley has her life sorted out. After a painful divorce, she has now rebuilt her life as an editor. She is happy with her life—until her ex-husband Andrew walks into it, opening up the deep scars that even time has failed to heal.
He’s gorgeous, funny and as utterly tempting as he was seven years ago. Plus, being the editor for his new book, she cannot avoid him. But Andrew has his own issues lingering from the past.
Bound together by work, every breath they take draws them closer, into the same hopeless, passionate love that they once shared...
This is one of those feel good romances that leave you feeling all tingly... kind of like you just fell in love yourself. I got the butterflies in my stomach, a huge smile put onto my face, and felt a deep and personal connection with the characters. Dealing with depression and anxiety (especially in a book) can be quite a hard accomplishment. But the author certainly delivers a sincere interpretation of these issues within her characters, which is something I deeply appreciate. This story is also about (well mainly about) a second chance at love. In the beginning of the book we are taken along for the journey of Ashely and Andrew when they first get together. At first everything feels like it should be destined. I mean their relationship has its up’s and downs, but whose doesn’t? But once depression comes into the mix it can change everything. This is what happens with Ashley, and not long after she asks for a divorce.
Fast forward 7 years and we see a growth in both of the characters. Ashley is now an editor and Andrew a pretty important CEO. When the two once again come together (through fate) they both realize that maybe… just maybe there is still something there lingering beneath the surface. And because of these long and bottled up feelings, the two must come to terms as to whether they should still be together? Is he still the one? Or did she make the right decision 7 years earlier… You’ll have to read this LOVELY book to find out (and I strongly suggest doing so).
Overall, I loved this book to pieces. It’s one of those romances that immediately suck you in until the very last page. The character’s situations are very real and believable. The author uses real issues to make them more believable – not everyone in every relationship is perfect. This is a wonderful romance and again, I strongly suggest picking this one up.