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Always You by [Johnson, Missy]
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Length: 309 pages Word Wise: Enabled

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  • File Size: 3354 KB
  • Print Length: 309 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1496078993
  • Publication Date: December 17, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00HDZOTM0
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Lending: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Not Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #35,073 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I gave Always You 3.5 stars.

Okay so student/teacher relationships are the books I secretly love to read. I don't know why as I fret the whole way through about the big exposure! But I have to say Always You was a sweet romance, there wasn't a huge age difference and it was all about the timing.

Wrenn is having to repeat her senior year after a devastating family tragedy, she doesn't fit in at school and her aunt being the head teacher doesn't help. When the supply teacher turns out to be hot 23yr old Dalton Reid, school for Wrenn just got bearable.

Dalton is like a fish out of water, he underestimated what teaching hormonal teenagers would be like. He gets to know Wrenn outside of school when visiting her aunt and from there a relationship forms. But Dalton is dealing with his own troubles and a huge decision will have a massive impact on not only his future but the possibility of having one with Wrenn.

I will say the teacher/student element wasn't as taboo or as strong as I have read in other books, I didn't really mind that, it was more how Wrenn and Dalton met and if their circumstances were different it would have been a college campus instead of a high school one. I did get a bit antsy around 56% as I was scared of them being discovered and as I liked both characters, I didn't want their bubble to burst.

The issue that Dalton had to deal is a rare one in books and I thought it was really well done, I liked the inclusion of this, even though it doesn't go into great depths it was just enough to raise awareness and it added something unique to the story, I actually preferred this to the student/teacher element as I really felt for Dalton and Wrenn and the decisions they would have to make.
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Wren & dalton,.. Wow! This has a powerful emotional punch. Very sexy, romantic, and wonderful. I wasn't too sure about the student/teacher relationship. I will say it was great and not pedaphilish at all. Such a fantastic story.
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I was in deep deep like with this book. I am bouncing in between love and like. Why? well I do like student/teacher relationships and that aspect of this book I liked. Wrenn and her situation was really the appeal for me. There wasn't as big an age difference as I would have liked. If Dalton (love the name) was older like 30+ I would have fallen deeper for him.

Wrenn is living with her Aunt the head mistress of this elite private all girls school. That gave it more of an edge. Dalton being thrown into teaching hormonal teenage girls was another like for me. The girls were of course bad, evil, and in need of a good smack.

What was the big draw for me? Kass! Wrenn's best friend in school. She deserved much more of a spotlight, in my opinion. She was a senior in an all girls school who was gay. I applaud the author for thinking up Kass and I really wish she had more of a role in the book. There was one conversation about being with a boy over a girl. That was meaningful for me! There is somewhat heavy subject matter with the loss of her parents, so this helped to lighten it a little.

There was a girl who harrassed Kass and Wrenn. Her name was Paige and she was stirring up trouble when she could. Of course Miss Paige was part of a nasty clique. I would have loved to see Paige following them or maybe secretly crushing on Kass and that could have been her source of anger. I guess I hate mean girls and think there has to be a reason. Can someone just be that mean? I guess so.

There is an issue that Dalton had hanging over his head. That reveal was pretty good. The messages are there, some more subtle than others. It is told with Wrenn and Dalton's POV. Enjoy!
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Missy Johnson sold me on this one early on because I, like several other people have commented, am a big fan of taboo romances. I loved the student/teacher element though it was much less emphasized than I expected. I think I walked into this one expecting more of the "forbidden love" element and less of the human element, more sex and less plot.

That was a mistake on my part.

Both Dalton and Wrenn are fully realized characters with their own burdens to bear -Dalton with a secret hanging over his head which may or may not kill him and Wrenn who is living in the aftermath of the death of her entire immediate family- who touched me. I loved both of them; I appreciated both POVs given to me by the author. I think that if the book is going to be told in first-person POV? It helps to have both sides equally represented so that it doesn't start to tip into a one-sided story where the reader has to assume that the only POV they're given is correct. It helped me to appreciate the story more to have both sides telling it as it went along.

I'm always a character reader, so I would rate any book high that created characters that I loved by the end of it, but I say this one was a 5-star read for me because the author was fearless in her choices and the characters are fearless in their love.

Not every love story gets told the same way. This one is a unique love story not only because it is a forbidden love affair, but also because it asks the questions, "How much pain could you take for love? How much of yourself would you give? How much is too much to live through?
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