Back to Yesterday by Whitney Barbetti

****4 stars**** Review by Christina

I have been waiting for the conclusion to Into the Tomorrows since the moment I finished it. I couldn't wait to continue Trista's journey to finding herself in Back to Yesterday. Her journey did not continue without struggle and a lot of it was hard to stomach. I thought it was difficult to ride along with her deepest lows, so I had to remind myself often that it would make her triumph that much greater.

Jude was a source of strength even when he was disappointed. I liked that he stayed on the path of his dreams even when it seemed they would derail to help Trista, but I didn't know if these two would ever be fully ready for one another.

Whitney's writing is among the best. The poems added to the Bleeding Hearts series are special. I appreciated that added emotion ecspecially when Jude contributed. This was a great conclusion to the series although I had some unanswered questions. The epilogue brought back the excellent imagery I had missed from the first book.

Here's the blurb:

**Back to Yesterday is the sequel and conclusion to Into the Tomorrows. It cannot be read as a standalone. It completes the story that began in Into the Tomorrows.

The distance from Colorado to Maine is not far enough to escape the memories.
The time I've been away is not long enough to heal the pain.
I left Colorado, determined to discover who I am outside of my grief, but I fell apart along the way.
I'm lost again.

When Jude follows me, I can't turn him away. But I can't let him in, either.
Not all the way.
I know when he finds out my secret, the one I keep hidden in the darkest part of my heart, he’ll leave me.
Alone.
Like I was before.

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