Love, Cutter by Michelle Jester

Author Michelle Jester
Title Love, Cutter
Number of pages 334
Genre contemporary, na
Published August 28th 2018


Received from Xpresso Book Tours

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After an attempted suicide Carter finds himself in a coma. He is able to hear the world around him, yet he can’t move. What he hears propels Carter to begin to see life in a new way, especially when one of his nurses, Kinley, shares parts of her tragic past with him. Soon, Carter realizes he is falling in love with her.

Months after being transferred from the hospital, to a rehabilitation facility, he suddenly wakes up with a passion to live that he never had before and a determination to find the one person he feels may be able to help him put the pieces of his life together again. However, when he returns to the hospital, Kinley is gone and Carter must try to find her based solely on the things she shared with him while he was in a coma.
Only, nothing is as it seems and Carter learns the biggest lesson of them all… the differences between expectation, perception, and reality.


Carter is in coma, after trying to kill himself. To the outside world he is unresponsive, but on the inside he is awake. He can think and hear what is going on around him. Through conversation around him and his story slowly reveal itself. He is in a very dark place in the start of the story. Stuck in his own head, it's like blessing in disguise for him-without being able to talk or run away, he gets to observe his family through their conversations and can reflect on his life and relationships. 

And then there in Kinley. She is one of the nurses taking care of him and the only one who talks to him, like he is listening. She chats with him about everything and grows quite close.

The most amazing thing about the story is to see Carter's characters grow. In the beginning of the story , he is very dark place, but as the story progresses he slowly crawls from the darkness and gets really passion for life. Kinley is pretty great character too, she is embodiment of kindness and caring.

I loved the way story moved me. Love, Cutter is a story of having a second chance for life, it's story of love found in strangest place, of mental illness and how it affect not just the person suffering, but also everyone close by. It's one of those stories you have to read. :)

Happy reading,




  1. Great review, Anie! This sounds like a really well written, compelling read!


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