Captivating and poignant. A style, which is both powerful and sharp. Keeping your heart beating just a little bit faster, as you become engrossed in the nostalgia of it all.
It is so different from Kiss Me Like You Mean It, and yet the transition was flawless.
Jen has a talent for writing strong female characters. Ones, which resonate with me, and Severin was no exception. Smart, tenacious and unassuming. We get a glimpse of how much she’s changed over the course of ten years.
Alternating between her past and present was done so well it kept me invested throughout. As all the pieces of her past gradually came together.
Swoon Ben and those moth flutters; what’s not to love.
This book evokes all the feels.
I absolutely loved how the title played into the story, in more ways than one. It brought about what I can only describe as the most natural and true to character ending.
This book had me hooked until the very last page and has now become a firm favourite.
An absolute must-read.
I Like You, I Love Her: A Novel
by J. R. Rogue