It Ends With Us Book: Colleen Hoover Romance Novel

It Ends With Us pdf is a romance novel written by Colleen Hoover. It was first published on 2 August 2016, if you are fond of reading books related to romance, then this book will not let you get bored.

This book is one of Colleen Hoover’s best romance Novels. Reading this book can change your life. This book is very deep, which every person must read. The storyline is very beautiful and impactful and emotional. Which will make you think about the characters of the story at the end of the story.

Nobel tells the story of Lily Bloom and her doomed romance with Ryle Kincaid, tracing her past history of growing up in an abusive home, falling into an abusive relationship, and her escape from that relationship.

Book NameIt Ends With Us
AuthorColleen Hoover
PublisherAtria Books
GenreRomance
Publication date2, August 2016
CountryUnited States
LangaugeEnglish
Total Pages376

Short Summary

It Ends With Us focuses on the main character Lily Bloom, a young girl and college graduate who moves to Boston to open her own floral business. Lily then develops feelings for surgeon Ryle Kincaid, but initially does not want him to have an affair with her. But slowly when their relationship blossoms further. Suddenly Lily has an encounter with her first love, Atlas Corrigan.

Re-introduction to Atlas puts Lily and Ryle’s relationship at risk.

And forces him to come to terms with the traumas of his past and present. As Atlas becomes more prominent in the novel, we as spectators discover aspects of Ryle’s life and his personality that were hidden by Lily and Royal.

Now it becomes difficult for Lily to choose what is best for her two sweethearts and her life. Ultimately in the novel’s conclusion, Lily ends with Atlas abusing her likes her father abused her mother.

A small Description from “It Ends With Us”

I’m Lily Bloom, and my father was Andrew. As soon as I finished praising him today, I boarded a flight to vote and hijacked the first terrace I got.

However, I have no idea how cold it will be here. It’s not unbearable, but not comfortable either. Dead fathers and troubled roommates and suspicious situations don’t look terrifying when the night sky in front of you is clear enough to feel the grandeur of the universe.

“There is no such thing as bad people. We’re all just people who sometimes do bad things.”

I am 23 years old and have passed my college, have done this very same recreational drug a time or two.  I’m not going to judge this guy for feeling the need to toke up in private. But that’s the thing—he’s not in private. He just doesn’t know that yet.

He stretches his joint and starts turning back towards his edge. And I notice that leaves me breathless. The second time he stops walking is when our eyes meet.

He asks me “What’s your name?” , So in the end I say “Lily”. I hate my voice. My voice seems too weak to reach his ears from here. This guy is beautiful. Well-manicured, looks many years older than me. His eyes narrow in the corners as soon as he starts following me, and his lips quiver, even though he is not. I heard footsteps from behind, and then he leans on the railing next to me.

so I throw a question in his direction. “So what did that chair do to make you so angry?”

He looks at me and his eyes meet mine and yes just stares. he doesn’t answer my question. But my curiosity is not easily quelled.

“It stops here. With me and you. It ends with us.”

He looks at his feet for a moment as he stands precariously. It seems to me that he wants to know something from me. He looks at me for the last time. He opens the door and descends from Delhi I can hear his footsteps. I am alone on the roof once again, but to my surprise, I am a little saddened by him now.

Lucy – roommate who loves to hear herself sing, running around the living room collecting keys, shoes and sunglasses. And I’m sitting on the couch, unpacking shoe boxes from my old stuff from when I lived at home. And when I came home for my father’s funeral this week, I held him.

On the surface we have a lot in common, like wearing the same size clothes, same age, and both having four letter names that start with L and end with Y. She is quite tolerable with singing. And she’s gone a long way.

When I was in college, my father was diagnosed with cancer 3 years ago. If Ryle Kincaid were here now I would tell him the naked truth that I was a little relieved when my father became so sick as to physically hurt my mother, because it completely changed the dynamic of their relationship. And I no longer felt obligated to be in play a bit to make sure he was okay.

Because now that my father is gone so I don’t have to worry about my mother, I was eager to spread my wings, because now she is going to Boston, I feel like my wings have just been cut You have gone Right now I don’t know what I will do when my mother moves to Boston. I don’t have a garden, or a yard, or a courtyard, or weeds.

Right now I lie on my bed and smile. Because Ryle knows how much I love toast. Now I feel like I will have to take the help of 3 men to get me off the bed. Finally I take a deep breath. Then I throw my feet over the edge. And push myself off the mattress.

The past few weeks have been really good for us. Apart from the fact that there is no physical relationship between us. Looks like things are back as they were before. He is very busy with work right now, but in the evening he is on leave, although we never eat alone as a couple. I’m still trying to focus on one important thing at a time, and I refuse to make decisions about my marriage until the baby is born and my hormones return to normal. I’m sure I’m using pregnancy as an excuse to stop the inevitable, but being pregnant also gets a little selfish.

Cycles exist because they are excruciating to break. An astronomical amount of pain and courage is required to disrupt a familiar pattern. Instead of facing the fear of sometimes jumping and possibly not getting to your feet, it just seems easier to keep running in the same familiar circles.

About the Author

Colleen Hoover (born 11 December 1979), also known as Margaret Calling Chanel, is a young novelist and author of romance novels.

Colleen’s first novel “Slammed” was published in January 2012. In December 2012, she published Hopeless, which reached the top of the New York Times best seller list. Many of his works were self-published before being picked up by a publishing house.

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