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Before You by Marni Mann

A year ago


I really really enjoyed this read. This was my first read from Marni Mann and I dove head first into it.

This was a bit of a slow start for me. It took me a little bit to get into it but once I did I was hooked. This was a time spandexes novel. Kind of. But it jumped between two sets of people. I ran the rounds emotionally with this novel. Every time I thought I knew where it was going it turned another corner. The twists though. It was something that completely blind sighted me. I love that. I love that I was able to be bought off guard. With the amount I read it doesn't often happen. This was a story that hangs with you well after you read it and has you looking back and little things that happened that you amy have over looked. I need to read more from this author and I need to do it now. Unique and Mind boggling. 5 Star Read.

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Synopsis:

From USA Today bestselling author Marni Mann comes Before You, a devastating examination of the things we find, the things we make, and the things we lose. It was supposed to be a typical work trip. New York to San Francisco, window seat, exit row. Maybe a mimosa. Then, seat 14B sat down. When our eyes met, the flight became anything but routine. I could pinpoint the moments in my life where everything changed forever. Meeting Jared on that flight was first. Falling in love with him was second. Discovering the secrets he kept was third. Putting my broken self back together and forgetting what I learned would be difficult. Forgiving Jared would be impossible. He said, before me, nothing mattered. But after him, nothing would ever be the same.