Falling in love is easy. But what happens when that love has been tossed aside and trampled on by the person who swore to cherish it? Can you ever trust again, or will the bitter taste of betrayal keep you from allowing anyone else in?
Carter and Elizabeth each have their own issues with love and trust. Both have had their hearts broken and carry the scars of the past into their relationship with each other. Is love ever enough? Can it overcome?
Carter faces his past with Elizabeth by his side, but it continues to haunt him at every turn. Can he let go and believe in her enough to leave his past behind him or will he push too hard and send her running into another man’s arms?
Into takes us on a journey with Elizabeth and Carter. I was thrilled when I learned Danielle was telling this tour with dual POVs. There’s something about having the male’s views that appeals to me and she doesn’t disappoint. Elizabeth runs into Carter on the street, literally, with an egg joke they decide to have coffee together. She’s not looking for anything, and he’s not the serious type…anymore…right?
Not being able to get their minds off one another, they decided to go out again and as they say it the rest is history… or is it that history has a way of popping up at the wrong time? Either way it happened. You can feel the insane attraction, but Elizabeth was shielding herself from getting a broken heart and so was Carter. Then Carter finds out who Elizabeth works for and his past comes crashing into his future along with all his insecurities and trust issues. But Elizabeth isn’t a saint either, her past comes back and puts all of Carter’s fears to light. Will they get through it? What are these so called secrets anyways?
Danielle has an awesome way of telling a story without it feeling rushed or instantaneous. It’s absolutely perfect and not filled with unnecessary drama. I seriously cannot wait to see what she turns up next. If you haven’t picked up your copy of Into You, you should totally get on that.
Danielle Sibarium grew up as an only child of divorced parents in Brooklyn, New York. Her imagination was developed at an early age. Surrounded by stuffed animals and imaginary friends, she transported herself into a fantasy world full of magic and wonder. Books were the gateway between her play world and reality. On any given summer afternoon she became Snow White sweeping and cooking for the dwarfs, or Cinderella waiting for the prince.
Danielle always loved dialogue and in elementary school began writing plays and short stories. This is when she began to understand she could not only bring her fantastical world to life for herself, but she could enchant others as well. And so she wrote. She wrote and wrote and wrote. Sadly the first piece she ever sent out for publication of any sort was a letter to the editor of The Home News Tribune. It was a piece of thanking the first responders for their bravery and selflessness on Sept. 11th. It was chosen as letter of the week.
In 2007 Danielle collaborated with Charlotte Doreen Small to write songs for her CD More. Danielle wrote the lyrics for Take My Hand, and Goodbye, while Charlotte contributed the melody. In October 2011 Danielle’s debut novel For Always was released. She has since released The Heart Waves Trilogy, Heart Waves, Breaking Waves, and Waves of Love. Danielle graduated from Farleigh Dickinson University with honors, and currently lives in New Jersey with her husband and three children.