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Janelle and Holden get married when she's 18 and he's 22. They have a quickie marriage in Vegas and Janelle is so drunk she doesn't remember the night at all. She goes off to College and he starts his career.
It's now 5 years later and Janelle is looking to marry on a reality game show...for money. But, she finds out she can't since she's already married.
Janelle was young and immature and it constantly showed. She just seemed shallow and overly consume by money. You read that Janelle has hardly been home since she left for College. She's been estranged from her family and it's never really revealed why. I just thought it was a weird plot point since her family is big and close knit.
These two fought and purposefully tried to hurt one another through most of the book. There just seemed to be a lot of running and never any talking to each other. There was also a lot of judgement by the main characters and side characters. I just felt frustrated a lot.
I think I just simply got something completely different than what I was expecting.
“Because, Janelle,” I whispered back, lowering my face close to hers. “I’m in love with you. And if I have to give you up, then I at least want something I can hold onto after you’re gone.” With my nose grazing hers, I felt her long, slow exhale billow across my face. That was the breaking point, the point I couldn’t hold it in any longer.
My lips parted and I laughed. Hard.”
It's rare that a story moves me so much that I message the author. I've NEVER wanted to message an author at 3 AM until I finished I Do(n't). Even when facing a new genre Leddy Harper shines! FIVE STARS!
I want a man who is willing to wait for me. That’s true love, I also have to say this book was full of heart warming relationships and laughs.