Every Day

Every Day - Find more of my reviews at www.readingangel.comEvery Day is different than any other book I've ever read before. 'A' wakes up in a different body every single day. 'A' never forms any attachments, any lasting relationships. Then one day 'A' meets Rhiannon while in the body of her boyfriend Justin and 'A' can't help but fall in love with her. Once 'A' moves on to other bodies 'A' tries to forget her and go back to the previous existence, but can't. Can one person love someone if they are never in the same body??It was so amazing reading this story of 'A' and the love that formed for Rhiannon. 'A' is neither male nor female, and it took my brain a bit to not read 'A' as one or the other. Every Day really makes you think about how you love the person, not the shell.Not only did I really enjoy reading the story of 'A' and Rhiannon, but I really loved diving into the lives of each person that 'A' became. While 'A' was in their bodies we got to really see a a part of each and every life, so it was like reading several mini-stories inside of the larger one.Every Day was a raw, emotional read that threw the normal view points of people out the window and really makes you think about what is underneath. Each day and person that 'A' changed through made me think, and made me hope. The ending was sad and satisfying at the same time. I recommend Every Day to anyone who likes a love story that's different and unique and not always HEA.