Review: Ten Hours by Melissa Toppen


Note: An advanced reader copy (ARC) was provided by the author via Enticing Journey Book Promotions.

I don't care that I barely know this man. I don't care that I have no idea what will happen after tonight. I don't care about one single thing but this. Him. His touch, his breath hot on my neck, his hands warm on my skin. I only see him. I only feel him. I only want him. 
Abel is life. And tonight I plan to live life to the absolute fullest.

You won't need a full ten hours to read Ten Hours--Melissa Toppen's new standalone can be read non-stop between two to three hours--but it is the sort of book that could keep you up should you decide to start reading it late at night and into the wee hours of the morning. This was a story of two people who have the sort of connection that only comes once in a lifetime, but what happens when the lifetime of one is destined to be short?

On what was the worst day of her life, nineteen-year-old Finley Roberts meets twenty-five-year-old Abel Collins when he asks one simple question with an all-too complicated answer: "You okay?" Over the next ten hours, Finley and Abel spent time together and proceeded to fall in love. In that amount of time, they knew that they had found "the one"--the person that would irrevocably change their lives. It's ten hours that they wished could last forever.

I'm purposely keeping this review of mine short in hopes that it'll be as spoiler-free as possible. All I can really tell you is that it would be best to keep a box of tissues nearby. Abel and Fin's love story is a beautiful one, and by the time you finish reading the book, you'd wish that you could feel in a handful of minutes what they did in those ten hours. Time is relative, but the love Abel and Fin shared? That was absolute. I'm awarding Ten Hours five-plus stars. ♥

Release Date: 17 May 2019

Date Read: 16 May 2019

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