Collision by Stefne Miller
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Seven minutes inside a
hotel room with a complete stranger. A friendly greeting where we
pretend to know each other well and are genuinely happy to see each
other; then straight to business. None of it meaningful. None of it
real. All of it rehearsed, choreographed, and expected.
isn’t my own anymore. I pretty much go wherever I’m told and put on the
show. It’s my life and whether I chose it or not, it’s the life I’ve
got. It’s the world I live in.
And, I’m searching. Always searching… I just don’t know what for.
Stone has it all—fame, fortune and the adoration of millions of women
across the globe. When the constant attention from fans and expectations
from his handlers becomes too much, he escapes the craziness of press
junkets and movie sets and escapes to Asheville, North Carolina to hide
away for the summer.
He expects peace, quiet, and solitude. What
he doesn’t expect is to meet a fiery redhead who changes everything he
knows about the world.
The daughter of missionaries, Kei Sallee
lives a life of service to others. She has little, expects less, and
helps heal the hearts of thousands in Uganda, where she grew up. When
she finds herself staying in the same guesthouse as Cab Stone, she vows
to ignore his Greek god good looks and spend the summer as she had
planned—in peace, quiet, and solitude.
Cab and Kei’s lives couldn’t be more different…or more the same.
or perhaps because of, their vastly different yet startlingly similar
backgrounds, Cab and Kei strike up an unlikely friendship that could
possibly blossom into something more. But Kei fears that the truth about
her past will prevent pretty-boy Cab, who is used to getting everything
he wants, from fully committing to her.
When two completely different worlds experience a Collision, can they exist as one?
What an uplifting story. This book had a feeling of the movie a walk to remember. If you seen this movie then you'll know how this one will turn out.
Cabot and Kei made one of the most sweetest couples I've ever read about. Cabot was an actor whose life wasn't his own and Kei lived hers serving others in need.
Their time away from others to find peace fated their destiny and the time they had together taught both of them about hope and love. It was a bumpy road getting there but eventually their lives had meaning.
Very emotional and very inspirational. Really a great read.
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