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- Print Length: 216 pages
- Publication Date: July 23, 2020
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B086QKJ4WY
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #27,811 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Love Her by Andrea Johnston is book 3 in her Military Men of Lexington series and it is her best story yet, and that’s saying something!!!
Conner Hall. *sigh* I was really looking forward to his story and he did not disappoint. However, as much as I love Conner, his heroine stole the show.
I don’t usually like redemption stories but I love this one. Felicity Remington-Thorne appears in the Country Roads series as a high school bully that hasn’t outgrown being a bully. She’s a b-word with a capital B! But the Felicity in this book isn’t the one we’ve all come to know and hate. She’s beautiful now, not because of her outward beauty but because of who she’s allowed herself to become.
There is a lot more to the story, and a lot more I could go on and on about. I love this book so much. If you haven’t, I strongly encourage you to read the Country Roads series so you can truly understand my love of Felicity.
Love Her is a sweet story about redemption and love. Though it is not my favorite of the series (Promise Her holds that spot), it is an enjoyable small town read with likable characters.
As terrible as it may seem, I really wasn't emotionally invested in Felicity's redemption. Her mean girl persona takes place in the past, and though she can be a little defensive and lash out when cornered (like anyone else), the extent of her mean girl reputation isn't really shown in this story. This is something I felt I was missing out on by not having read the Country Road series.
Felicity has a poor reputation in Lexington, and very few friends, due to how she treated people when she was a teenager. As an adult, Lis is just trying her best to get by as a single mom. But it isn't easy to do in a town that isn't very forgiving.
"I don’t want to be the person everyone remembers, but sometimes it’s easy to fall into that role. Old habits and all that.”
It is easy to fall back into old habits and patterns, especially when others refuse to look at you as anything other than what you once were.
Connor, not being from Lexington, can't understand how a town so welcoming could treat someone so poorly because of who they once were. To him, Lis is a fierce, intelligent, caring woman. And because his opinion of her isn't tarnished by the past, he is able to see who she truly is.
Something that stuck with me...
"What’s important is that you give grace when you need to, and you wake each day with the intent to be kind.
People who hurt often hurt people."
There is so much truth here. What I love about a redemption story is that we always get to hear the other side. And though it never excuses the behavior or makes it right, knowing the mean girl's or bad boy's backstory helps us to better understand the why behind the hurt.
Love Her is a bittersweet ending to an emotional series about second chances, and I am certainly going to miss the Lexington crew.
You do not have to read any other book to read this one first, so do it and then go back and read the rest. They are beautiful stories.
I was thrilled to see my favorite Country Road and Men of Lexington characters throughout this story. I am sad to see these series end, so many of the stories and characters will live in my heart forever.
Love Her is a romance between a former mean girl and a veteran. The heroine moves home with her kids after getting divorced. This is her second chance to redeem herself in her hometown. The hero moved to town to help a friend out with his bar. He’s not looking for anything serious.
I liked the characters. The kid were cute. We got a chance to see other sides of known characters. I think this bookends the series around this town. It’s bittersweet. Love Her is a sweet, single mom, small town romance. I wonder where we will go from here.
I voluntarily read an early copy.