Can't Buy Me Love (Choc Lit) (Yorkshire Romances Book 6) Kindle Edition
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I loved every book Jane wrote, and had ofcause high hopes for this one as wel.
It took me some time to stop thinking: "gosh doesn't she know what is going on?" and I was a bit irritated that the story seemed so obvious, but that changed after a while, and even while that was going on I loved the story. I just hate it when somebody is taken advantage of.
"Can't Buy Me Love" fits all these descriptors as well. I read this book several years ago when it was titled "Reversing Over Liberace" and enjoyed it. This version has been updated and revised, and I think I may have enjoyed it and laughed even more. Thank you, Jane.
Willow has just started seeing Luke when her brother introduces her to Cal. Cal knows everything there is to know about computers. He's smart and has a quirky sense of humor. The good guys are usually taken, but in this case it shouldn't matter if Cal would be with someone, because Willow has Luke and he's all she's ever wanted, isn't he? What makes Willow feel good and can she be truly happy with someone before she has found that out about herself?
Can't Buy Me Love is an amazing story about true love, money and dreams. Willow doesn't have much confidence. She doesn't think anyone could be genuinely interested in her and she doesn't feel like she's worthy of love. I felt sad for her because she has no idea how lovely she is and she's holding herself back because of her low self-esteem. Slowly she finds more confidence and it was wonderful to see her grow. She gradually starts to think about herself in a different way and I silently cheered her on the entire time I was reading about her. I couldn't turn the pages fast enough to discover if she'd be able to see her wishes fulfilled and if she'd find true love.
Jane Lovering's writing has a nice easy flow. I love how vividly she describes her characters. She makes every person she writes about come to life incredibly well, it doesn't matter if they're playing a large or small part in her story, they are all being presented with care and attention. I absolutely love that about her writing. In Can't Buy Me Love she gives her readers a fantastic valuable lesson, love is the most important thing there is in life. The clever and funny way she does this put a big smile on my face. Can't Buy Me Love is charming, entertaining and romantic. I especially enjoyed reading the energetic witty dialogue and for me that made the story extra special. I liked this captivating and enchanting story a lot.
The authors comfortable writing style drew me in and made it easy to keep flipping the pages and become involved with the storyline. Willow was just brilliant - funny, real and utterly relatable! Cal was also a fun character, I totally 'got' his teasing sense of humour and this quickly made him one of my favourites, especially when I found out more about him.
Willow's large family provided plenty of entertainment and drama, I loved this side of the storyline as I'm from a fairly big family myself and I guess these characters reminded me of us. I'd love to see a whole series of books based around her family, they're fabulous!
This book had me so engrossed in reading that I somehow managed to tip my drink all down my front - I started tipping but I couldn't pull my eyes away from the Kindle screen and actually concentrate on what my hand was doing. I ended up soaked. Oh well, it was worth it 😊.
This was a fun, drama-filled read with wonderful characters who were easy to take to heart.