At the conclusion of Dear Emily, we know that Alex is knocking on Tabitha's door. Two years have gone by. At first Alex is mad, but when he realizes that Tabitha is having a panic attack and its afraid of him, his fury disappears. At some point he realizes he is not done with Tabitha; that he wants her back in his life and that he still has feelings for her. Now, he must convince her this time - it's their time to be happy.
“I love you,” I answer as I touch her cheek lightly. “I don’t know any other way to put it, but I can’t stop loving you. I want to share these moments with you and grow with you, Tabs. Please, let’s not waste any more time.”
Dear Tabitha is written in the past and present as Dear Emily was.
We get to see in detail some of Tabitha's past with her foster home life and with her life under Tony's imprisonment. In the present Tabitha is faced with some news that will change the course of her life. We are also able to appreciate her growth as a person - how she has changed for the better and has dealt with the abuse she has suffered.
In addition, we get some back story on Alex's life as a teenager.
If anyone deserves to be happy is this couple. I was delighted with the conclusion of their story.
It was nice to read Carly and Kyle's cameos and how happy they are with Emily.
I know Seth is next. I already added his book to my TBR.
A complimentary copy was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.