Hold My Breath by Ginger Scott

Release Date: 11.18.2016


Fractions of seconds can do lots of damage. One decision can ruin lives. A blink can be tragic. And loving a Hollister…can hurt like hell.

I would know.

They say the average person can hold their breath under water for two full minutes when pushed to the extremes. Will Hollister has been holding his for years. The oldest of two elite swimming brothers, Will was always a dominant force in the water. But in life, he preferred to let his younger brother Evan be the one to shine.

Evan got the girl, and Will…he got to bury all of the secrets. A brother’s burden, the weight of it all nearly left him to drown.

The daughter of two Olympians, my path was set the day my fingertips first touched water. My future was as crystal clear as the lane I dominated in the pool—swim hard, win big, love a Hollister.

My life with Evan burned bright. He gave me arms to come home to, and a smile that fooled the world into believing everything was perfect. But it was Will who pushed me. Will…who really knew me.

And when all of the pieces fell, it was Will who started to pick them up.

In the end, the only thing that matters are those few precious seconds—and what we decide to do while we still have them in our grasp.


I've loved this book.

Hold My Breath is an emotional read that at the first will break your heart but after a good crying it will heal you and it will put every little piece back together.

Will and Maddy's story will catch your attention from the beginning and will keep it until you turn the last page.
Will,our Hero,is a great guy who took upon himself everyone else guilts and secrets until he felt like drowning and he understands he should share this weight with the one person he loves more than everything else in the world.

I've discovered Ginger Scott works few weeks ago and now I can't get enough of her beautiful,gut wrenching,thought provoking writing.


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