Because of his goodness and service, Zeus made Chiron a part of the stars, the constellation, Sagittarius, where his beauty could be gazed upon for all time. Chiron’s wound symbolizes the transformative power of suffering-how personal pain, both physical and emotional, can become the source of great moral and spiritual strength.
As I walked back through my own yard to get my purse out of the house, I spotted a lone dandelion full of fluff. I bent and plucked it out of the ground and held it up to my lips, closing my eyes and recalling Anne’s words. After a minute, I whispered, ‘peace,’ before I blew and watched the fluff float out of sight, hoping that somehow one of those seeds carrying my whisper would reach that something or someone who had the power to make wishes come true.
Bree is running. She’s running from her horrible past and her friends, she’s looking for something she lost… she’s just not sure what it is.
He turned and started walking away. ‘Hey, wait!’ I called, starting to step after him. I stopped myself though, frowning as he moved away from me, his body moving with grace as he started to jog slowly toward the street. The strangest feeling of loss washed over me as he crossed and walked out of sight. I got in my car and sat there unmoving for a couple minutes, wondering at the odd encounter. When I finally started the engine, I noticed that there was something on my windshield. I went to turn on the spray, when I stopped and leaned forward, looking more closely. Dandelion seeds were scattered across the glass, and as a light breeze blew, the fluffy ends were caught in the moving air and danced delicately off my windshield as they took flight, moving away from me, in the direction the man had gone.
Archer is lost. He’s lost something that some have led him to believe is what makes a man a man. He has cut himself off from the world and doesn’t think he is missing anything… until Bree trespasses on his property one evening.
I gave this book 4.8 out of 5 stars. My favorite character in this book is Archer. I love how he reacts to situations (most of the time) and how naïve he is to the world (normally the girl is the naïve one). He kept stealing y heart with the things he would say (I swooned… a lot). Bree comes in second with her determination and worldliness (she is well put together for what she went through). I really liked how all the characters were well put together and though there were background characters even they were provided with a back story (for the most part). This book is technically part of the Sign of Love series, but it is a standalone (so read it! 😉 ) I have to say that I have read a couple books by Mia Sheridan and she has yet to let me down with her characters (or their storyline) and each one is unique in the way it makes you cry (yep, I’ve read this twice and shed a tear both times).
Read my review on Leo book 1 in the series