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- Book 1 of 2 in Faithfully Yours (2 Book Series)
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<blockquote> ...His breath tickled my skin, making me shiver. I sensed his whole body trembling with yearning as he began trailing soft kisses along my neck. He managed to undo my hair while kissing me, stuffing the elastic hair tie in his pocket. The subtle, sensuous way he took my hair down made me forget I was in the middle of an airport, and I circled my arms around his neck and devoured his lips. As we passionately kissed, I buried my fingers in his hair, caressing his scalp and pulling gently on the dark strands. The electricity between us was almost lethal; there wasn't a single nerve in my body left untouched. After the long delicious kiss, we simply held each other for a moment, savoring the feeling of our bodies perfectly molded together.</blockquote>
Another thing I loved about this story is how the parents' and grandparents' accepted and cheered these two lovebirds on. You don't get too many parents' supporting their kids when they're that young and still in high school ... You can't help but adore them.
I cannot wait to read the next book in the series. Never Let Go left me wanting more and I'm kind of afraid about what's ahead. Will Beth and David make it? Will they outgrow their love and move on?
Ugh, the agony.
Great story, great writing, amazing characters.
Beth and David meet when she and her parents are on vacation, visiting family in London. There's an instant attraction, but because of things Beth is dealing with at home- cue jerk of a boyfriend Rick, she's reluctant for anything to develop between her and David. Put the pull between them is too hard for her to resist, and when she finds out Rick isn't the faithful boyfriend he claims to be, she breaks things off with him and opens herself up to the possibility of a relationship with David.
David, oh David. He is the ultimate sweetheart! Beth stood no chance against his caring, sensitive, kind-hearted self! He's determine to win her over, and along the way he surely won me over!
Although in many ways Beth is your typical teenage girl, she's also not- especially when it comes to her convictions about sex, her hopes for her future, and her love for David.
Young love wasn't smooth sailing once Beth was back home in America. The long distance was getting to them both, and there were times it seemed like the separation was going to be too much for them. But I loved how Anne handled these situations for them, how they were able to work through the tough times. I'm anxious to jump into the next story, to see what happens next for this sweet couple!
This is a high school aged romance and so they act very much like high schoolers with the drama that happens. The developing romance between Beth and David is actually very sweet and cute, a confirmation to Beth that she has found love compared to what she has with Rick. And during this time period, long distance relationships can be difficult when the only form of communication is letters and phone calls. So there's a lot of trust involved on both sides, especially when the other one cannot be present to help deal with everyday issues.
It's a decent story, as well as a bit of a blast from the past trying to remember life in the late 70s. I really liked David a lot and Beth was all right. They are fairly mature for their age and have intense feelings for one another, sort of insta-love. The level of steam is also very high school level. It will be interesting to see where their relationship goes next.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Never Let Go is a super sweet love story. Beth is a on summer break in London on vacation. While there she meets David and they immediately become smitten with each other. Read morePublished 1 month ago by k-reader
A beautiful, well-written love story that make you believe in true love, soulmates, and that love can conquer all, even distance.Published 4 months ago by Hattie Ashby
I loved this beautiful story of young love that begins to deepen and become more. I loved the English American differences all through the book and the cute things reminiscent of... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
It is a sweet romantic young adult read. Set in 1970's. It's very detailed with a great view of the people, California and London. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Rhianna
This was heart warming love story set between California and London. Beth is struggling in her relationship with her boyfriend Rick. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Wendy porter
This was a wonderfully sweet and romantic book. Beth and David’s relationship progresses quickly, but in a time without the modern distractions its believable. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Jules
Wow! What a fun buddy read. This was the first book we’ve read by this author and we couldn’t stop messaging each other our thoughts along the way. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Treader reviews
Elizabeth "Beth" Johnson is headed to England to spend the summer of 1979, in London so her father can take some courses and nothing upsets her more than having to spend... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Rebecca A
This was a decent teenage romance. Beth seemed like a nice enough girl, and was destined to repeat her grandparents' relationship. Read morePublished 6 months ago by AutW