QUESTION OF THE WEEK:
Tell us about the most emotional scene you've ever read in a book - how did you react?
I've done this question before for another Feature & Follow (can't remember) well, I picked the last scene from If You Could See Me Now by Cecelia Ahern and to cut it short I cried. Not, the blubbing, overflowing, overreacting crying but the kind where you're-all-alone-in-the-corner crying...
Elizabeth (the main character) is one woman where she never really believed in love and fairytales because of a certain person (ahem, you'll have to read the book) until she meets Ivan (who doesn't meet their 'dream come true' one day) Well, in the last scene, he had to leave and she was working on a hotel project at that time, so she decided to lock herself up in the children area of the hotel and painted every single bittersweet moment she, her nephew and Ivan. While she said goodbye.... (you'll have to see why!)
BTW YOU MUST READ THE BOOK! IT STARTS OFF SLOW BUT ITS FANTASTIC! SO DON'T STOP READING THOSE PAGES BEFORE YOU END IT!