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Title: Breathe, Annie, Breathe
   Author: Miranda Kenneally
   Release Date: July 15th, 2014

     Annie hates running. No matter how far she jogs, she can’t escape the guilt that if she hadn’t broken up with Kyle, he might still be alive. So to honor his memory, she starts preparing for the marathon he intended to race.

     But the training is even more grueling than Annie could have imagined. Despite her coaching, she’s at war with her body, her mind—and her heart. With every mile that athletic Jeremiah cheers her on, she grows more conflicted. She wants to run into his arms…and sprint in the opposite direction. For Annie, opening up to love again may be even more of a challenge than crossing the finish line.

     "Breathe, Annie, Breathe is an emotional, heartfelt, and beautiful story about finding yourself after loss and learning to love. It gave me so many feels. Her best book yet." — Jennifer Armentrout, New York Times bestselling author of Wait for You

My Stance:

     Breathe, Annie, Breathe isn't one of my top picks when I look back at some of the lists, but at the same time it is one of those sweet, romantic and just plain cute. I have been slightly interested in reading more contemporary novels lately. So this book lately has been fitting in with my style of reading lately, and I am hoping it tends to follow some of the same great standard Miranda has done in the past.

     There are some questions I have for the book though, it's more of a synopsis issue than a book issue. I am looking at the Annie and Kyle issue. I know it's more than likely going to be the major point in the book, but what happens to Kyle that Annie seems to feel guilty. I get that he's dead, did he commit suicide, or something else? I think ti's a hard topic, but at the same time, the other aspect of the book that I think is great; at what point do you move on? This book just seems great, and well thought through. 
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