Where I End is a standalone new adult romance.
Pretentious. Arrogant. Condescending. Cruel.
All words I'd used to label him. Exactly what I’d always believed he was. All that changed one spring morning when I realized I didn't know the man behind the facade at all.
Angry. Desperate. Broken. Mine.
All words I'd use to define him after I interfered. Once our eyes locked, I was all in. There was no turning back. He tried to push me away, but I refused to let him go. I was determined to save him. What I didn't expect was that he would save me, too.
I was so close to ending my misery. Mere seconds away. Then she stumbled upon our argument, and I changed my plans. She wasn't supposed to be there. She knew too much. Even with my entire world burning down around me, she wouldn't walk away.
I’ve always been on my own. No one had ever fought for me before. Why should anyone start now? But she did, no matter how much I tried to stop her. I knew I was nothing, unworthy of her, but she was persistent. Once she got under my skin, I couldn't let her go, because where I end, she begins.
"This is one brilliant, heart-wrenching story that has you gripping your e-reader. I know it did for me. This story will break you, melt you and inspire you. You will be wrapped up into this tale like no other. You will be left breathless and completely awestruck with what Dare has given us." - Southern Vixens Book Obsessions
"Michelle Dare gives us a heart-wrenching story of love, loss and the beauty of second chances in all their forms. Cy and Evie spoke to my heart in ways few characters ever have, proving theirs is one of those love stories that you know before you've finished, it's nestled into your soul and intends to stay for a while. Those are always my favorite. Five beaming stars!" - Kate Benson, Author of The Promise Series
"This book, this story, these characters, the writing shattered my heart multiple times throughout. Every twist, every turn had me holding my breath, clutching my Kindle, actually trying to hold back tears." - The Next Great Read Book Reviews
"Michelle Dare broke the mold, taking us to the extreme when she created a masterpiece so real, so deep, and so extremely fundamental to the human psyche that we're unable to look away. As readers, we are unexplainably drawn into an anguished world of darkness and light where the perilous weep and the meek are strong and carry us through the darkest of times." - Victoria Renteria, Author of The Betrayed Series
"Heartbreak, soul-searing! It'll punch you right in the chest! This book. Just wow!" - G & T's Indie Cafe
"Michelle Dare has proven her ability to write in several different genres, and she has also broached serious social issues before. In my opinion, this one is one of the most serious and isn't always talked about. It is an issue that needs to be discussed, and as usual, she does it with love, sensitivity, and respect. While it's one of the most emotional and heartbreaking books I've read, it also offers hope. For me, this is Michelle Dare's crowning achievement, and it proves what a talented and versatile writer she truly is!" - Devilishly Delicious Book Reviews
"Let me tell you this book is so emotional that you need a box of tissues! I love this author and will be forever a fan!" - Elaine and Tami's JB3 Blackbirds
"I've never cried and swooned so much." - Obsessed by Books
"If I could give this book 10 stars I would, that's how amazing it was. Definitely one of my favorite reads this year." - Book Lovers Hangout
"This story was filled with SO many emotions. Michelle did something you don't read or watch often on TV. She wrote this story in such a way that you'll feel it days after you finish it." - Mommy's Late Night Book-Up
"This has been one of the most emotional books I have read this year. From beginning to end this book had my emotions on rollercoaster's edge. Every single person out there needs to read this book. And a big shout out to Michelle for stepping into this book and writing Cy and giving him Evie and Parker. No amount of words could give this book the proper review and 5 stars are in no way the proper amount of stars." - Sassy Southern Book Blog