Unspoken Words by K.M. Golland

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This is a story of unspoken words and how loud they can be.
Connor Bourke and I met when we were twelve years old. He was a quiet boy with so much to say and only one way to say it—through song. He’d lost his best friend to cancer, so I showed him there was love and life in loss, and to hold on to his memories, always.

Eloise Mitchell was a blazing fire when my world turned dark. She’d shined so bright and burned so fierce that the wall I’d built around myself simply melted to the ground at her feet.

We shared everything together:
Our first kiss, first love, first mistake, and first regret. She taught me to speak, to forgive, and to never forget. Through his music, he could say all he needed to say except for, ‘I love you’. I could never tell her those three words.

Yet, I knew he meant them, that he loved me beyond all measure, beyond time… beyond a broken heart. I loved her more than anything. Our bond was unbreakable. Our love was ever after. But, then, we tend to destroy the ones we love the most. And all bonds break, especially when the heart is what holds them together.

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  • Original Title:Unspoken Words
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  • Language:en
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  • Date:2019-11-11
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Table of Content

  • 1. Full Page Image
  • 2. Copyright
  • 3. Contents
  • 4. Foreword
  • 5. Dedication
  • 6. Chapter 1
  • 7. Part One
  • 8. Chapter 2
  • 9. Chapter 3
  • 10. Chapter 4
  • 11. Chapter 5
  • 12. Chapter 6
  • 13. Chapter 7
  • 14. Chapter 8
  • 15. Chapter 9
  • 16. Chapter 10
  • 17. Chapter 11
  • 18. Chapter 12
  • 19. Chapter 13
  • 20. Chapter 14
  • 21. Chapter 15
  • 22. Chapter 16
  • 23. Chapter 17
  • 24. Chapter 18
  • 25. Chapter 19
  • 26. Chapter 20
  • 27. Part Two
  • 28. Chapter 21
  • 29. Chapter 22
  • 30. Chapter 23
  • 31. Chapter 24
  • 32. Chapter 25
  • 33. Chapter 26
  • 34. Chapter 27
  • 35. Chapter 28
  • 36. Chapter 29
  • 37. Chapter 30
  • 38. Chapter 31
  • 39. Chapter 32
  • 40. Chapter 33
  • 41. Chapter 34
  • 42. Part Three
  • 43. Chapter 35
  • 44. Chapter 36
  • 45. Chapter 37
  • 46. Chapter 38
  • 47. Chapter 39
  • 48. Chapter 40
  • 49. Chapter 41
  • 50. Chapter 42
  • 51. Chapter 43
  • 52. Chapter 44
  • 53. Chapter 45
  • 54. Chapter 46
  • 55. Chapter 47
  • 56. Chapter 48
  • 57. Chapter 49
  • 58. Epilogue
  • 59. Plight
  • 60. Prologue
  • 61. Chapter 1
  • 62. Chapter 2
  • 63. Acknowledgments
  • 64. About the Author
  • 65. Also by K. Golland
2 comments
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Renee Sandiego
Renee Sandiego

I’m not ashamed to admit I was in hysterics at the end of this book (sits typing this with red puffy eyes). This story was just sooo good. It was sweet, romantic, heartbreaking and gut wrenching. I know it’s going to be one of my new favourites.

Reply8 months ago
    Fatima Tariq
    Fatima Tariq

    The last chapter was heartbreaking. She died in his arms . I can't stop crying . May be you wouldn't let her die. The story was fabulous. But I'm your next books please don't make the hero or heroine die.

    Reply8 months ago