on January 12th, 2015
One breath of air,
One moment in time …
Could change your life forever.
Growing up, Peyton Spencer fell in love with the boy across the road, Callum Reid. As the years went by, it only made sense that they would wind up being completely and utterly infatuated with each other. That was, until the morning Peyton wakes up to find Callum packing up and leaving the small town they lived in. Left heartbroken and with no explanation, Peyton spends the next four years of her life without him, ensuring they never cross paths again.
At seventeen and months after Callum leaves her, Peyton buries her parents—feeling more alone than ever before. Now at twenty-one, she’s inherited the family hotel, The Spencer-Dayle. Just when she thinks life couldn’t get more complicated, the one person that shattered her heart, soul and belief returns. For Peyton, his return opens up all her old wounds and resurfaces the memories she’s tried to forget.
He’s not the same boy she once fell in love with. He’s guarded and keeps secrets close to him. Peyton knows her life will begin to unravel.
Untold truths will finally come to light. Whether or not Peyton wants to hear it, the truth will undoubtedly break her heart all over again.
When it comes to writing a review many of us envision it as a way to connect with an author. Truth and bound the words that we write expressing our feelings connect the narrative to the author, the author to the reader and ignite a trust between breathing a language only sort out in fairytales and a response from hard-work that is a gift to read. Sometimes Moments by Len Webster was the modern day distance may divide us, but our hearts will always be linked; through time and space we meet a love that if made of Sometimes Moments.
After being left with a shattered heart from her one true love as a teenager Callum Reid, Peyton Spencer has lost more than anyone could ever imagine; becoming the sole owner of the family run hotel, life just was about getting through the day and as the narrative forged on moments of clarity and anguish left me in a sobbing mess (YES, IT’S A TEAR-JERKER). The narrative stems of a greater meaning of life with a beauty seen in define exquisite nature of sometimes moments, loving some whole-heartedly and living with the ramifications of moving forward when Callum comes back to town.
A promise of forever is never on the cards, but as a joker would pop up in a deck, so does the place that Callum still has embedded in Peyton’s heart. Through tribulation and happiness, the heart of this book is pure and honest. I can honestly say, I cried for what felt like hours and hours after reading Sometimes Moments because it has an IMPACT. The Impact may differ from perspectives but personally it was like trying to breathe knowing that these characters had cemented a cherry blossom on my heart forever. Not Nicholas Sparks, Not The Fault in Our Stars, none compare to my emotions after reading Len Webster’s masterpiece. It overtook my thoughts, Peyton and Callum are vero amore which is true love in Italian; because although it was a Sometimes Moments, it will be a moment in time and a story in time I hold onto forever. The belief I have in this story is that it was written not to carry just miles but to make an impact which it utterly dismantled and breathtakingly did.
Peyton and Callum’s sometimes moments are ones of pure raw love.
The heart, the pain, the moments, are ones I will never forget. Beyond a shadow of doubt, this novel stands more raw than a rating of 5, with more heart than my review can probably display, it’s a voice of moments; whether they be forever or sometimes.
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The truth is, Len Webster is a romance-loving Melbournian with dreams of finding her version of ‘The One.’ She calls Australia home, but secretly wishes a man with a beautiful accent would whisk her away. She’s been called a hopeless romantic and a firm believer of happily ever afters, which she doesn’t object to.
Having just completed her Bachelor in Business and Commerce, Len can be found daydreaming of her next Europe adventure or swooning over Mr. Darcy. Her best friends are a hot cup of tea, red velvet cupcakes, a warm jumper and her MacBook, ready to write to her heart’s content.
Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Len- Webster/e/B00HIFA2GM/ref=ntt_athr_dp_pel_14
My last cry book with real ugly tears was crashed by K. Bromberg
I don’t usually like romance – if I do, it has to be heartbreaking but sorry, not TFIOS types haha but Sometimes moments is so promising!
I have to say it’s Sometimes Moments… i finished it last week and cried so much i had swollen eyes the next day 😉 it is really a great book
My last really ugly cry book was Fighting Redemption by Kate McCarthy.
Thicker Than Blood by Madeline Sheehan and Claire C. Riley
My last cry book other than SM was If I stay or TFIOS but I never cry as much as I cried for SM for any other books. This book si just so sad but so beautiful in the meantime <3
My last ugly cry book was the fault in our stars!! :’)
my last ugly cry book was bait by m. mabie
Can’t wait to read this <3
My last ugly cry book was Allegiant, Veronica Roth
My last ugly cry book is Sometimes Moments. I love this book and i’m still hung over!!
My last Ugly Cry book was The Problem With Crazy by Lauren McKellar!!
I don’t ugly cry, I just get a lump in my throat – Raze by Tillie Cole.
Last ugly cry book …. Hmmm …
I belong to you by Lisa Renee Jones
I love books that touch so deeply 🙂
It was Ugly love by Colleen Hoover
last ugly cry book???
Sometimes Moments and Me Before You..
Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë
It was this very book, Sometimes Moments. Beautiful and very touching