- File Size: 1261 KB
- Print Length: 221 pages
- Publisher: Swerve (August 29, 2017)
- Publication Date: August 29, 2017
- Sold by: Macmillan
- Language: English
- ASIN: B072TZWPF4
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #726,121 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Tell Me That You're Mine Kindle Edition
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Jude goes full cartoon villain when he gets upset—clenched jaw, steely eyes, the whole bit.
For having three sisters, Brett is awfully scared of women. Or maybe it’s because of his sisters. It couldn’t have helped that he looked like a spotted scarecrow in high school, his acne visible even from afar.
The strangest memory pops into my mind of Mom re-buttoning my shirts because she always missed a hole. It takes my breath away for a second. Grief often hits me at weird times in random moments—more so now than when I was young. Maybe because as I get older I understand the enormity of what I lost. When a parent dies, you keep losing them over and over throughout your life.
Our father became a mythical figure, his name never spoken but the idea of him always menacing—like Voldemort or the boogeyman.
Although I did not read the first book in this series and didn’t need to, I’d like to go back and see the origins of this story. However, this book had strong legs and was quite capable of standing alone. The storyline was current, relevant, realistic, relatable, and written from my favorite dual POV. The angst was well balanced by welcome hits of humor and snappy banter. I adored the sweet and tender character of Ryan, he squeezed my heart and I was devastated for him each time his ego took a hit. Ms. De La O has an insightful and observant writing style that is easy to follow yet also emotive and engaging. I hope to soon be reading her work again.
It’s been one year since Ryan left to give his brother and Lizzie their chance at love. Though he knows leaving was the best decision, he is now ready to come home. But home has changed for him. Jude and Lizzie are happy and in love and living together in his old home. His friends have moved on and he must now find his place in this new normal.
We first met Eva and her son in Tell Me Not To Go, book 2 in the series. She was Jeff’s landlord and now that he has moved out, he recommends Ryan as a renter. Eva is a divorced single mom that is barely surviving, much less living. Her son is her number one priority. But she is still a woman with needs and desires.
One look at each other and Ryan and Eva know the other is trouble. Ryan is twenty-four and has his whole life ahead of him. Working to get his master degree in education. His dream is to be a teacher. Eva is twenty-seven and has way too many responsibilities to even consider Ryan as a real option. Her son, her job, her troubled ex-husband who still wants his family back are enough to scare any man away. There are just too many obstacles between them.
But when they are together, nothing else matters. Ryan was so sweet and caring. He grew to care about both Eva and Diego so much. He understood what being with Eva meant and accepted it, because he wanted her in his life. Eva struggled to balance life between her needs, Diego’s needs and her ex-husband’s needs. Where does Ryan fit in all that? Throw in Jude and his expectations of what life should be for Ryan and the obstacles just continue to stack up. Can they find a way to be together?
This was such a sweet story. I loved Eva and Ryan so much. They were so good together, but really struggled to find their way to each other. I loved seeing Ryan finally come into his own and find who he was and what he wanted. And Eva was so strong and caring, but also had to learn to put what she wanted first to find her way to what was best for her and Diego.
I loved this series so much. The characters, the stories and the feels just drew me in and had me wanting more. Tell Me That You’re Mine was a perfect ending to this series. And that epilogue brought it all together and left me as a reader so happy and content! I am looking forward to reading more from this author.
4.5 stars. Read and reviewed for Reviews From The Heart.
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Tell me that you're mine by Victoria Del La O exceeded all my expectations. I am overjoyed with how it all played out.Read more