Archer's Voice (Where Love Meets Destiny)

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Archer's Voice (Where Love Meets Destiny)

Archer's Voice (Where Love Meets Destiny)

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This book took me through every possible emotion. I laughed, I cried, I fell in love. The story was slow building but perfectly paced for this story -- taking the time to fully develop Archer and Bree's connection to each other, and the reader's connection to them. It felt real and I experienced every moment right alongside them. You can always tell when romance writers read too much romance. Body parts will weep or leak or flood (Bree had a lot of wetness pooling between her thighs), wombs will clench (in this book it was a tummy clench), and everything is felt in someone's core. I tend to think of "core" as an exercise or yoga definition used to describe the area you're needing to work out, and not some mystical part of my body where all of my good time sensations are felt. I don't think this author used every one of the standard terms, but there were a couple in there which made me do the "yep, that person's a romance reader" head shake to myself. I'm never a fan of musky as a description or even a scent being described as "male." I'm also not a fan of phrasing such as this : the taste of peaches and Bree exploded on my tongue. He’s lived there his whole life. As a kid, he faced a big tragedy. He was in a car crash where his parents died and it damaged his throat so badly he couldn’t speak anymore. He also learned a major family secret – his mom loved his uncle, not his dad, and that uncle might actually be Archer’s real dad. Fall in love with this emotional New York Times bestselling romance between two tortured souls who find their chance at happiness in the most unexpected way.

This lesson teaches us that in any relationship, whether it’s familial, platonic, or romantic, it’s crucial to make the effort to understand the other person’s world. Okay, so that's not a huge deal. I suppose you can drive a bike. I, however, prefer to ride a bike and drive a car, which made me have to read the passage more than once. its one of those stories that any reader can connect with on such a basic human level. i think anyone who has ever felt like they have no voice or has struggled to be heard will be able to relate with this in such a tender way. and it also shows the importance of understanding the difference between hearing and listening, and the necessity of being a good listener.i love this lesson and i appreciate how this book so stunningly teaches it. its no secret that i love books about love. and maybe its just me becoming soft in my old age, but this story in particular touched me profoundly. i get goosebumps just thinking about the pure beauty of this story. its a story about two broken people, their courageous survival, the healing power of their love, and the strength in the voices they create.

And in that moment, I knew. I was falling in love with the beautiful, silent man staring down at me. If I hadn't already fallen.” dont expect me to feel bad just cause its a popular book and pull the ”its not the book; its me” bullshit because it is very much the book bree is a ray of sunshine and the best thing that could’ve happened to archer. she’s just kind hearted and sweet, seeing her bond with archer was so beautiful and pure. even if he was cautious of their friendship and her intentions, she never gave up to befriend him and make him feel safe and wanted. Bree is a very likable heroine. She’s in her 20s trying to get a new start in her life after witnessing her father’s murder. Without forgetting that traumatic night, she struggles with her phobia of thunderstorms. She felt really genuine, as if she were a character I was walking around with. I loved her inner thoughts because of how realistic they felt. There were times when I would feel embarrassed for her, but it was all in a good way. She didn’t feel fake, and I loved how she was someone who didn’t see Archer as everyone else did.Instead of letting these traumas define them, both characters lean on each other for support and understanding. Bree’s decision to share her traumatic experience with Archer, and Archer’s subsequent acceptance and support, underscores the therapeutic power of sharing and empathy. Archer is one of the most pure and most caring heroes I’ve come across reading. There’s something about virgin and shy men who let the lady take control until it’s finally their turn. Seriously, experience is overrated. Give me shy inexperienced men like Archer Hale—men who will ask their girl to teach them what they like because they don’t know what to do. It was absolutely beautiful to watch their connection build. They became friends first but you knew there was so much more between them. I was completely drawn into their story. Their interactions were perfectly detailed -- every glance, every gesture, every little exchange between them captivated me just a little bit more. For Archer, it’s the loss of his family and his voice, leading him to live an isolated life. For Bree, it’s the violent loss of her father and her own assault. The novel showcases the journey of healing and the importance of confronting past traumas. my head is literally empty. i don’t know what to even think of this because of how bad it was. i have NO thoughts. i have literally lost my ability to think. i do not think therefore i am not.

Will he ask you what some of your lists are, like a calm list, to keep you entertained and occupied as you’re on a road trip?Besides Archer being a virgin, shy, and self-conscious around Bree (which I found to be adorable), Archer is sweet and tender. I loved how comfortable he got to Bree to the point of forming a connection with her. I loved how he stepped out of his comfort zone to make her happy because that was all he cared about. His adoration and love for her was lighthearted and authentic for what it's worth, and I loved how he gradually let her inside his internal air bubble. I also appreciated how Bree herself was not someone to push Archer for any reason, whether it be sexually or romantically, and I appreciated how she didn't overstep boundaries. They were both so respectful of each other, and their relationship was one of the healthiest I have read about. They label him as “different” due to his inability to speak and his isolated lifestyle. However, as the novel unfolds, Archer’s true nature, intelligence, and potential come to light. Someday, when we're old and gray, I'm going to look at you lying in bed beside me, just like this, and I'm going to look into your eyes and know that it's only ever been you. And that is going to be the great joy of my life, Bree Prescott.” original rating (april 2015) : 5 stars aww my 15-year-old self really thought this was the “hottest book ever”aww my poor, innocent, sweet summer child.

I'm here for you. I'm here because of you. I'm here because you saw me, not just with your eyes, but with your heart. I'm here because you wanted to know what I had to say and because you were right...everyone does need friends.” I really thought that this book's blurb did a perfect job of describing the story without giving too much away. I've thought long and hard over how much I should tell you of the story and decided to just post the blurb here instead of saying anything about it because I really feel like this is one of those stories where the less you know up front, the more you'll love it as you read: Archer’s Voice is described as a love story. A love story between Bree Prescott who moves into a small town in Maine to move a little bit away from her past. There, she meets Archer Hale, a boy who cannot speak and has been outcasted by everyone in his community. But Bree doesn’t see Archer as everyone else does—a person who can’t communicate, is heartless, and does not show emotion. She sees someone worth fighting for, someone who needs someone who can speak his own language, someone who understands him. And Bree became just that. I wanted to lose myself in the small town of Pelion, Maine. To forget everything I had left behind. The sound of rain. The blood. The coldness of a gun against my skin. For six months, each breath has been a reminder that I survived -- and my dad didn't. I'm almost safe again. But the moment I meet Archer Hale, my entire world tilts on its axis . . . and never rights itself again. Oh God, Archer, I thought, my heart squeezing tightly in my chest. How do you teach a man who has lost everything, not to fear it happening again?After the crash, he lived with another uncle, Nathan, who was kind of strange and believed animals were spies. Archer grew up very isolated from the world.



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