- File Size: 3455 KB
- Print Length: 121 pages
- Publication Date: January 24, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01N7VU3AV
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #180,455 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
The Truth About Love: Vol: I Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
The truth is I’m tired. Job placement nearly killed me. I feel like a thread of cotton that’s been worried and pulled at until only the finest, weakest fiber is left. I’m that fiber, barely there.
Cherry got to go to some quaint little village school for her placement. She came back glowing, and possibly ten pounds heavier. ‘It was the cakes in the staff room,’ she keeps telling me. Bloody cakes, the only thing they had in the staff room at my school were painkillers, wine, and child restraint manuals.
Cam gives another shrug and takes a sip of his coffee. I mirror his action and take a deep sip of my own. ‘My God, that’s delicious.’ I practically wet my pants it tastes that good.
Gah – cliffhanger – I seem to be cursed with these vile and devilish connivances of late. They should be outlawed immediately! But other than a nastily abrupt ending, the story was a quick and delightfully amusing tale about a socially awkward new college graduate meeting the son of wealthy socialites and contemplating a possible relationship, as impossible as that seemed to her. The writing was easy to follow, humorous, and entertaining with likable characters and a relevant storyline.
The Truth About Love was a cute little read I really enjoyed! It had two beautiful characters, a few important lessons on taking chances, and to put preconceived judgments about people aside.
Anna did a fantastic job with the two main characters, Eve and Cameron. They were both so likable, relatable, and I easily connected with them. Eve's a college student focused on graduation and finding a job--trying to stay distraction free. She comes from a hard past, she doesn't quite believe in love, and only lets a few people into her life. I loved her strength and the determination she had to create a better life for herself. Cameron comes from a family of money, but he's not your typical "rich guy." He had a sweet side to him, and some totally swoon-worthy moments. I adored Eve and Cam together, and was pulling for them the entire time.
The Truth About Love is a novella and does end in a cliffhanger, but I can't wait to see what happens to these two in the next installments.
Eve and Cam come from completely different worlds. Eve has just finished college and is ready to find a teaching job so she can have some stability in her life. Stability that she never had growing up. Cam comes from an extremely wealthy family and has a playboy reputation if the gossip columns are to be believed. Can these opposites have something amazing or are their differences too many to make it work?
Even though this story is short, I was connected to the characters immediately and didn't want the story to end. HOLY CLIFFHANGER!! That ending made me want even more of this story. I can't wait for the next installment!
*I voluntarily reviewed this book. This is my honest review.*