It's a definite must read! See below for my review, an excerpt, learn a little about Lauren Layne and enter an amazing giveaway. Emma left her sultry Southern drawl behind, but not even her closest friends know that with it she left her heart. After giving up everything for a pro-soccer career, Alex Cassidy watches his dreams crumble as a knee injury sidelines him for good. Unlike the innocent girl he remembers, this Emma is chic, sophisticated, and assertive—and she wants absolutely nothing to do with him. The trouble is, Alex has never wanted her more. Review: The Trouble With Love was hilarious, sexy, heartbreaking, and addicting. Why it all fell apart. But what made this book so potent, was not only the fact that we already knew both of them, but the idea that they could have a second chance at love.
Ladies there's a new batchelor in city. Prepare yourselves to fall in adoration with one charming, delectable character. Accept to 'Love the one you're with' a story about finding love anywhere you least expected to. Lauren Layne is fast approaching my favourite achieve of this year, and I'm confessing right now that I would branch any of her new releases akin to a true addict should. Here are my book thoughts What's it altogether about?
Add together to: Goodreads Synopsis: Julie Greene loves flings. Loves steamy first dates, baking first kisses, and every now after that then, that first sexy romp amid the sheets. Comfy pants, sleepy Sundays, movie nights on the couch? Normally, Mitchell Forbes would be exactly so as to man. In other words, Mitchell is the polar opposite of what Julie needs right now. Review: I was extremely giddy while reading this charge. I loved the characters she created, the passion you felt from them, the angst between them, I loved every single page of this book!
Fri 3 Jan I had a considerably strained and difficult childhood, and knowledgeable a lot of problems with angst and depression. When I grew ahead, I had few female friends, after that a lot of difficulty with dating. I never really had a acute relationship until now.