Love Me like You Do first drew me in with the beautiful cover and the intriguing blurb, but it is the depth of the character’s emotions that make it a truly wonderful read. ~ Amanda, Guilty Pleasures
Jenna At 14 I had my first kiss At 16 he told me he loved me At 17 he proposed then disappeared from my life. He told me we would be forever but he broke my heart Crispin At 14 I kissed the girl of my dreams At 16 she finally said it back At 17 I married her Crispin Wright has spent everyday missing his wife. Two years after eloping with no communication between them Jenna Monroe walks back into his life in the most unexpected way. Jenna wants her husband back but Crispin’s life is in upheaval after making promises to his father that could very well ruin the most beautiful woman he’s ever known… His Wife.
Love Me like You Do is a second chance young adult romance story of first love. E.A. Weston wrote a wonderful story of two people who fell in love at a very young age and didn’t want to be separated so they get married. Unfortunately time and distant couldn’t keep this couple together and the young man just disappeared without a trace. When she sees him at a frat party before the start of her freshman year of college, she is shocked beyond belief that he’s right in front of her. Shock turns to anger and then she wants answers. Those answers don’t come easily but she isn’t going to let go of this relationship without a fight for the man she loves.
The main characters of Crispin Wright and Jenna Monroe are your typical young couple who have known each other for many years and really got to know one another. Now they are trying to work on their relationship during a very important time of their life as they embark in college. The author accurately depicts college life of parties, frats, classes, professors, roommates and new experiences of being out on your own which brought back many good memories. The story was engaging to see how these two characters were going to make a marriage work amongst all these new situations and sometimes it isn’t easy being an adult in an adult world. Emotions run high at times and my heart aches in others when there doesn’t seem like they are going to make it. Thankfully they get their happy ending but not without some hard decisions and choices. What makes me happiest is when I get an epilogue to top off the story.
Love Me like You Do first drew me in with the beautiful cover and the intriguing blurb, but it is the depth of the character’s emotions that make it a truly wonderful read. E.A. Weston is a new author to me and I will definitely be on the lookout for more stories from this talented author.
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