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I Love You More: A Sweet Contemporary Romance Novella Kindle Edition
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Loved the settings of Charleston and Stowe, Vermont.
My Hubby and I go back and forth all the time saying "I Love You More" and after reading this book it has given it a new meaning.
Read the story today. You will not be sorry. It grabs you from the very beginning and holds it until the very end.
Anastasia and Luciano aren’t strangers to each other. Though he’s much older, he was always a friend to the teenage girl she’d been, even after going away to college. There was only one thing they ever disagreed on. An adopted children, Luciano wanted to be reunited with his biological family, never fully giving all his love to his “new” parents or acknowledging their efforts. Anastasia, on the other hand, recognized the sacrifice of her real parents but also what her adoptive parents offered her. Now, however, Anastasia is an adult, and Luciano’s nearly a billionaire and their roles, as well as the people they used to be, have changed.
It takes a hurricane blowing in from the ocean, and the devastating destruction following in its aftermath for both to see where they’ve made mistakes, accept that there has to be change, and allow each other into their mutual futures.
I Love You More is a sweet romance exploring the depth of trust between two people who’ve known each other all their lives, but must still reconcile the differences they had as children to the truths they discover about each other as adults. Luciano’s interaction with Anastasia’s adopted daughter is contrasted with his attitude toward international adoptions while he contradicts himself with his obvious love for the child. Anastasia’s overprotectiveness, evidenced by her concern that her husband’s young wife is incapable of caring for their daughter, is pointed out in the aftermath of the storm as she finds herself of bereft of all her belongings and no way to get in touch with the child.
There’s a rival for Luciano’s affection, even if one-sided, who’s there to sabotage Anastasia plans. In a bit of a switch, this person’s attempts to come between the two only helps Anastasia made some of the most difficult decisions of her life.
I Love You More is a thoroughly enjoyable read. If I have any complaints at all, it’s the way Anastasia, a cancer survivor, ignores the changes in a mole on her wrist. As a cancer survivor also, and the friend of several others, it’s been my experience that those having gone through this ordeal, react very quickly to such signs. They don’t brush them aside.
This is only a small concern, however, and doesn’t detract from the story. I Love You More is engrossing, entertaining, and altogether a lovely tale. Its characters are relateable and deserve their suitably happy ending.
This novel was supplied by the author and no remuneration was involved in the writing of this review.