I started crying when she went to see her ex-husband with the news. Definitely a book you must read at least once. It starts out so beautiful, showing Milla with her beautiful new baby, and then her life becomes a living hell. In an attempt to avoid revealing crucial plot details, I'll simply say that this harrowing and gripping tale had me guessing from start to finish, thoroughly exhausting my emotions in the process. I soon fall in love with him.
I can't say I wanted more violence. My favorite are romantic suspense novels and out of those that I have read so far, Cry No More is the one that left me completely speechless. Wish I can crawl under a rock somewhere and just die Just want the pain to go away, today I don't wanna cry no more And I don't wanna hurt no more And I don't wanna love no more Especially if it causes this I don't want no part of it Because it hurts me so bad Even when it's sunny outside It still feels like it's raining No clouds insight But I still need your umbrella oh Sometimes I wish I would've never let you in And then, wish I never met you Fell in love with you Then I wouldn't feel like I do Who says a man ain't supposed to cry? I highly recommend this one. She's honest, fierce, loy Wow, wow, wow. He deserves a shelf of his own. Even though Milla feared him on some level, it was his strength and determination that Milla held on to.
As the story builds, so does the bond between Diaz and Milla. But he did it for the right reasons in his mind. He is guarded, and only opens himself up to people who he trusts, and that seems to be only Milla. How about because of everything? Me before this book: Me after this book: I. It's a book that was recommended to me, and thank god I took my dear friends advice and gave it a chance. It's a book that was recommended to me, and thank god I took my dear friends advice and gave it a chance. Milla had a full life.
She was all brains and acknowledged her lack of brawn which made me love her even more because the action scenes were then more realistic. As for the last chapter, it was sweet, but it still left me wanting more. I stayed up until 3:30 in the morning to finish because I just had to find out what happened and the ending made me bawl like a baby. His profile was tough, contained, a little grim. Diaz and his manly persona is the sole reason Cry No More is a fantastic read. It doesn't get any more anticlimactic than that. How could people be so devoid of humanity to do some things that people in this book did? It's one of those books that I got to the point where I wanted no distra It's hard to really say what I think about this story.
I thought that Cry No More was an absolutely wonderful book. I will never forget it. I love the way Linda Howard writes and found it refreshing that she was able to encompass so much within this story without overdoing anything. The hero and the heroine are one of the most lovable characters in the entire romantic suspense genre. At first Milla is wary to be around Diaz, because he moves like a panther, has a 'cold' look in his eyes like he's a sociopath , and screams 'predator' whenever you look at him.
This story was intriguing, suspenseful, and emotional. He was so fascinating to me. Her first work was published by Silhouette in 1982. Diaz is one of the things that kept me reading. There is no way I believe a woman who searched so hard and so long would forgive that action - no matter how good a pike poker he was. As I have been told, the best way to cure bad case of a reading slump is to read genres and authors that wouldn't usually be your first choice. I had to start another lighter book to wind down.
There was nothing romantic about Diaz, no murmured sweet things, no gallant gestures, just this kiss that went on and on, deep and voracious. He's kind of a, umm, killer. And when I finished this book, it was past my bedtime, but I was too keyed up to go to sleep right away. I was keeping strong throughout the book, I didn't cry though at some parts I really wanted to, but the epilogue broke me. Cry No More is half thriller, half romance. Her life was ripped from her.
For those of you who have read the book, that last emotional chapter, you know what I mean. For me, a perfect romantic suspense is when the author can make me rooting for the couple and at the same time feeling engage with the suspense plot as well. She burned with it, the flames fueled by nothing more than his mouth and tongue. We'll talk about the crying part later. Diaz was a much harder character for me to fully relate to, but the tender and loving care he directed towards Milla at the end of this story totally captured my heart. And if he was, what in hell did they do about it? They are in Mexico for a year while he is donating his time and skills to a free clinic. But I really could feel how scary he is! His profile was tough, contained, a little grim.
Milla is a character that evolves so much over the course of this book. The characters were engaging and 'real. After a rather scary first meeting with Diaz, Milla convinces Diaz to help her find her son. From the beginning, I'm so invested with Milla and her struggling for justice. Baby Heartaches you Heartaches you've had You gave your very best You don't have to cry no more No more I'm what you're looking for Mmm, hmm No more lonely nights Wipe the tears from your eyes You don't have to cry no more I'll never leave you lonely If you give me the chance I'll wipe your tears away, put a smile upon your face I'll be there to kiss you in the moonlight Be the mornin' sun that greets you, be the whisper that says goodnight 'Cause life's not over This is just the beginning, yeah. Milla is a character that evolves so much over the course of this book. I wonder if this was a deliberate move on Howard's part.
As a c Good bye Howard. I'm totally at edge and wondering who is the bad guys. There is a huge conspiracy going on, with deceit, and absolute betrayal from people Milla thought were her friends and people she loved. Milla Edge, how I love yo Cry No More 4. Strong hearted, strong willed, stubborn and fights her own cause. The tension was through the roof.