- File Size: 2211 KB
- Print Length: 191 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Graffiti Fiction (December 22, 2015)
- Publication Date: December 22, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B018GUWQZM
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #143,853 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Love (Literally): The Julian Series Book 2 Kindle Edition
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As if first day--on the new job jitters--isn't bad enough, seeing your ex walking into Starbucks is the icing on the proverbial cake. Lia knew Julian was in Chicago but nothing could have prepared her for just how sexy he'd be. With her pulse racing and her grande skinny vanilla latte all but forgotten she tries her best to push past the crowd without being noticed. Just as she reaches the door opposite Julian, the barista calls out her name...
Lia's both excited and nervous when she gets her first assignment. An interview with Randolph Meyer. Technically, he has no idea she's coming and she hates to interrupt his lunch but a good reporter has to think outside of the box. He's gracious when she first approaches and informs her of a scheduled interview he has in five minutes. So she quickly begins asking questions from Connors list. Until, Mr Meyer glances over her shoulder and says, "Well, now, you must be Mr. Barnes."
This book has all the feels! I loved it! A must read for all you romantics, who believe love conquers all..
The world doesn’t know about Maria Monroe yet (and her equally talented sisters) but it will. I’m going to do my best to help and write a spoiler-free gush fest about this book.
Well, sort of spoiler-free. The spoiler is that you have to know what happens at the end of Julian and Lia to review this book.
SPOILER SPOILER SPOILER
At the end of Julian and Lia, they break up.
END OF SPOILER
Lia has her first job out of college at a big time media company in Chicago. She’s a great heroine: smart, curious, sensitive and emotional, yes, but honorable and brave. On her first day of work, she runs into Julian, who has been transferred to Chicago.
And he’s a jerk.
A hot, suit-and-tie-wearing, two-and-a-half-years-older-than-the-last-book jerk.
Oh, and he’s dating someone who could be a supermodel.
Cue clichés, right?
Maria’s graceful, lithe, and yet emotional writing captivated me from the first page.
This book is the reason why you read romance novels.
This is the reason why I read romance novels.
I want to go on the emotional ride.
I want to care about the characters.
I want the delicious pain of them not being together. I want it to be unbelievably satisfying when they do.
I WANT TO SWOON.
(I swooned so hard reading this book.)
The palpable tension between two characters who have been separated but are clearly still meant for each other just burst off the pages. You want them to get together. THEY want to get together. They just don’t know it yet.
It’s paced and plotted perfectly, with great sensory descriptions, fast action, and heartstring-pulling emotion.
Basically, it’s just a great read!
Besides the awesome swoony stuff, Maria’s got crackerjack secondary characters, lots of intelligent jokes about the Oxford comma (it’s even a freaking plot point), and a secondary plot line that has intrigue, danger, and mystery.
AND FREAKING AMAZING SEX.
All in all, it’s a thumping good read. I know I’m repeating myself and I don’t care. I JUST LOVED THIS BOOK.
I want to read it again. I’m way too excited about it.
Love, Literally is the exact kind of romance novel I want to read and you should read: emotional, tender, smart, and hot. I was so absorbed in this book.
They meet up later, two and a half long years later and well, you'll have to read. I thought it was a great follow up. I only gave it four stars because I felt robbed of a really good epilogue. I wanted a long winded view into their future after being so involved in their lives in the books. But don't let this stop you from reading it.
Perhaps the author one day can crank out a novella for it, or better yet, throw some of these characters that were on the side some stories. I honestly could see her building off of all of them. Still worth my time and a great new read.