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Love Crushed Paperback – May 29, 2015
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"Warlight" by Michael Ondaatje
A dramatic coming-of-age story set in the decade after World War II, "Warlight" is the mesmerizing new novel from the best-selling author of "The English Patient." Pre-order today
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Josh and Tiffany have always been friends, even though Tiffany is Gabby's best friend, Josh's sister. Josh and Tiffany throw out little sarcastic banter at each other all the time. Lately though there has been more flirty innuendoes between the two. Tiffany really likes Josh, thinks he's Hot and Josh has a soft spot for Tiffany. When Josh takes the lead and tries to show Tiffany how he feels, she is a little reluctant. But after a month of Josh showing her how much he cares for her and she is really beginning to see how they could be together. She trusts Josh and how he makes her feel.
Then Tiffany receives a phone call from her Dad and Tiffany runs for the hills, so to speak. She wants nothing to do with a relationship involving anyone, not just Josh.
Josh doesn't understand what in the hell happened, Tiffany won't talk to him and the heart break is overwhelming him. He knows something has happened but has no clue to what. Gabby finally tells him after he tells Gabby he loves Tiffany and has for along time.
Josh is determined to start over again to prove to Tiffany that they can work and he wants it to work.
Tiffany keeps Josh away by being rude and denying her true feeling for him and her mind is keeping control of her heart.
When Tiffany becomes ill, Tiffany's world implodes and she hurts Josh the most.
This story was awesome. All the emotions being hidden, but being seen at the same time. Some good emotions and some really sad ones, but forgiveness is the best of all.