Monday, September 2, 2013

Review: Love, But Never by Josie Leigh

Love, but Never by Josie Leigh

Marissa Masterson's life has never been easy. She has lived through things most girls her age will probably never experience if they lived to be 100. Her entire focus is becoming the daughter she thinks her parents will be proud of. When pains in her stomach turn out to be more than indigestion and her path to acceptance is blocked by health complications, she has to find another way to earn the respect she's wanted her whole life.

While she finds herself bewitched and mesmorized by local musician, Aaron Andrews, she tries to ignore their connection in favor of her best friend, John Kramer. Her father has hand-picked John to take care of his little girl, but Marissa's feeling for him struggle to grow beyond friendship. Will Marissa's desire to become the perfect daughter win over her heart? Or can she learn that only she can decide what and who is best for her future?

My Thoughts:
About a young woman who had a tough childhood. Marissa wants to be perfect for her parents, but nothing seems to be good enough. I really felt for her. She goes through a sort of relationship trial and error and she is just miserable. She has to learn to love herself before she can find love with someone else. Heartbreaking at times, but realistic. I really enjoyed this moving story.

My Rating: ****
Steam Factor: !!!!
*Notes: Adult language and situations.

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