"Can't Have You" Omg.
Where do I start:
My first time reading a fanfic but I absolutely loved this book, got sucked right in.
I'm not sure if that makes me disturbed or not! Beautifully wellwritten, haunting love story.
The author does an amazing job tackling this taboo subject of forbidden love.
Well I have know idea what to say about myself.
I guess I was a bad, bad girl to have read such a thing
But I couldn't stop because this story was so freaking good.
oh the forbidden I love forbidden but I just had to pretend that they were not what they were I just couldn't wrap my mind around that they were actually twins.
I was disgusted seriously I was but I couldn't stop myself reading this and I tried but oh it was deliciously good.
this fanfic took me on a roller coaster of emotions.
There was so much angst I started to feel it.
My mind feels.
loved this book Wow, that was amazing.
What a powerful story.
I stumbled upon this completely by accident, and decided to go for it based on it's unconventional / controversial storyline.
I wanted to see how it came together and was prepared early on to ditch it if it felt trashy and gross.
I was shocked to have become so invested in the characters so soon and so deeply.
The story begins when Edward and Bella are just kids.
The background is played out so the reader can understand the deep connection between the siblingstwinsand their love and devotion to each other.
It starts out pure, but we gradually learn that what Edward feels toward Bella is so much more than a sibling love.
I couldn't help but feel for them as Edward struggled with his "unnatural" feelings for his sister and Bella's confusion and internal battle with her feelings toward him in return.
I found myself pl I just don't know.
I mean I get the taboo aspect, but ALL THE FEELS!!!!!!!! I mean the angst, the self loathing, the anger, the mistrust, this author kept gutpunching me!! And again I get that its taboo but if you read the story, fanfic or not, its just a heartwrenching sometimes skincrwling story that just TORE at me.
AGAIN I GET ITS TABOO, but seriously the depth of emotion that this author is able to convey with her words is just WOW.
Not sure if this story is done, hopefully not, because Carlise is hiding SOMETHING maybe he knows but even if he does I feel like there is more to it than that! ï Cant Have You ï Well written, very emotional, so much more than you would suggest from the synopsis.
I'm glad I have abstracted myself from the fanfic referencethe cover, the names of the characters for the first few chapters, then I was pleasantly surprised with the writing.
I hope the author will publish it as a book.
Omg this was the bomb diggity.
it gave me a flowers in the attic type feel but with enough personality to make it feel new.
"Though we’re tethered to the story we must tell,
When I saw you, well, I knew we’d tell it well.
Oh wow… When I first started this fanfic, I figured it would be like most other brother/sister incest books.
For those of you who read that kind of book, you know that most of them are all hot forbidden sex and very little or poor storyline.
I'm so happy to say that this book took me by surprise! I loved the storyline in Can't Have You.
I loved how the author was able to make me feel all the characters' emotions.
I felt it all: love, lust, longing, confusion, fear, anger, disgust, hurt, pain, devastation, acceptance, and forgiveness.
I really enjoyed this author's writing.
The last several chapters sung to me in a way that I cherished each word.
I read this book twice, I enjoyed it so much.
Edward broke my heart with how much he
Those two words reminded me of that pure love he'd held for me before, the love he'd felt for me since the time when we didn't know anything yetnot about love, not about life, when we didn't even know what our names were.
So I finally have the mindset to review this.
It's a tough one move on from.
I needed time to get my head straight, declog my brain, unfuck my mind, swap my poor heart, whatever.
This is a torrid tale of forbidden love.
It's taboo, dark & disturbing.
About an allconsuming love shared; two bodies, one soul.
I was unprepared for the depth in which the author took things, but I held onto every word, nonetheless, fully absorbed.
Somewhere along the lines, the writing desensitized my