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Howard sets the foundation of the book very quickly within the very first chapter in the book and fortifies it in the details to follow. The main character, Kate is in the midst of attending the funeral for her twin brother, Jack. His death was incredibly sudden, the result of getting behind the wheel after a few too many to drink with some friends on a regular evening. The tension that soon follows appears when Noah, the male protagonist, Jack’s best friends and Kate’s former lover appears. We don’t have to wait long to understand how deep the roots of complexity run between these two, and it leaves you wondering how this tale will wind up. It is the sort of plot that pulls you in from the very beginning and doesn’t let go until you have read the last sentence, and even then the story lingers with you.
I very much enjoyed the character structure in this book. Each character whether main or supporting was thoroughly thought out and had its own purposeful arch in the story. Without one of these characters, the story would not have been the same, which is a sign of great storytelling. There were no meaningless characters or filler scenes that could have been left out. Every word served the furthering of the plot. The writing style was very easy to read and quite heart wrenching.Read more ›
If you enjoy some angst and romance all rolled into one I recommend reading Belong to Me.
I look for four things in a memorable romance: strong characters (no whine, please), a slow build, emotions, and reality. I know... I'm not typical. Every once in a while, I can get lost in the love-at-first-sight quick read. But for something to stick with me, there has to be more.
Belong to Me hits on all of these points really well. Kate is a strong character who doesn't sit around and pine for Noah. When he disengages from the relationship, she leaves. Even when she comes back, she forces him to confront what went wrong the first time. Not until after giving into attraction, but I'm okay with that. Raw magnetism is cool. Overlooking life to be with someone (puppy dog eyes) is not. (It might also have something to do with the fact that I'm raising three girls who are now 15, 13, and 10).
As far as emotions and reality, this story scores a home run. Not only is Kate dealing with her brother's death, but her family is suffering, she's reconnecting with her first love and facing their problems, and an old wound (a devastating loss) is reopened. You can't help but feel for everything she's going through. It's real life. And finding love even with the challenges of real life... to me, that's a true love story. Not love in a void.
I do wish there had been more of a slow build, but it's hard when the relationship started (and in backstory seemed to actually happen slowly) before the first page. Can I ask for a prequel novella? Still, by the end, I believed in them and was rooting for them.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I like this book, the story it's just so realistic. it could happen to anyone and this is what make it hard for me to read between the kleenex and red eyes lol it's the kind of... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Guylaine V
I can't imagine what it must be like to lose a twin. For Kate, her twin brother Jack was more than just a twin brother. Read morePublished 10 months ago by The Tale Temptress
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4/5 (Very Good)
I received a copy of this book from Xpress Tours in exchange for a fair and honest... Read more
I received this for an honest review..
This was an enjoyable read and a second chance romance. The characters I thought were done very well.. Read more
Sometimes when tragedy strikes you find out who you can count on. Kate's family deals with loss, but it is worse for Kate as she loses her twin. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Gerianne Slavinsky/Southern Yankee Book Reviews
I was given a copy in exchange for an honest review.
This was a heartwarming story about two people trying to get back what they had before. Read more
This book was pretty good, but is seemed almost too superficial. Kate's was really wishy-washy, she was all over the place with her feelings. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Amy
Beginning to end, I thoroughly enjoyed this book. The characters capture your attentions hold on. Just enough intrigue to keep turning the pages. Hard to put down!Published 12 months ago by Glynis Evans
Amazing!! So good
I would really like to see were they end up. Maybe make a book for the sister too! Such a sweet story, i like All the emotions it brings up.
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