Tara Whyley is young, beautiful and successful, and you would say that she has
everything, everything but a heart. It’s broken. The sadness blankets her soul and the fire in her eyes is long gone. She is desperate to find her path back to
life, but the only way to do it, is to get lost in the memory of Him - Peter McClain.
How long can she go on before her heart breaks?
For the past three years she is going back to the one place she found happiness. Letting the reminiscence of her one true love in her soul, she is finally free, free to forget the horrors and savor the greatest moments of her relationship.
This is a story of immense happiness and erodent grief, of love and darkness, passion and the power, hidden in each of us; it's about finding the road back to life... fighting the impossible.
"I could not stop reading until I finished the entire novel. Ms. Bodur’s writing is compelling, not only does the prose flow with in a natural pace, but the characters chemistry throughout the novel keeps the reader focused and wanting more."
"When I first started this book, I was amazed at the author's use of imagery and the way she was able to keep me guessing "what happened? WHAT HAPPENED?"
"It is an emotional roller coaster and fighting the impossible seems well worth the fight. Is it possible to mend a broken heart?"
"Fighting the Impossible by Selina Bodur is an emotional, romantic and promising story of love, loss, grief and trying to get back the happiness of life. It is written in an alternating past and present point of view, ending with what happened in the past that caused Tara’s actions in the present. During the course of the story, it was obvious how in love Tara and Peter were with each other. Tara’s love was also equally proportional to the sorrow she was feeling. You can feel through the pages the anguish she was experiencing and it wasn't hard to sympathize with her. It was a moving read, every page charged with emotions. The anticipation to what happened with Peter was exciting and the ending didn't disappoint. What happened was sad, but Tara's comeback can be a source of inspiration to anyone who has suffered the same fate as these two people. For such a short story, it was packed with feelings and passion. A five star read."
LORENA SANQUI for Readers' Favorite