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I can definitely say that it started off and continued in a way that absolutely had my heart and squeezed it. The sweet relationship that developed between two young, broken souls as they took care of each other, watched out for each other and became best friends.
I felt the sadness, I felt the tugs at my heart. And then? Liked it, yes. One thing for sure. It DID make me react.
And it DID make me feel. And not just me, but it appears quite a few readers had a similar reaction. It took me a few days to get over it. I was obsessing about it at work and driving my co workers insane! Im getting angry all over again. It went in a risky direction that had so many of us readers reacting mostly negatively that I wondered, how am I going to review this?
The book may have been hard to put down, but at some point, I totally wanted to throw it across the room. Luckily, cooler heads prevailed, as I think we were all on e-readers, and well, you know. But you know what? This is a good foster home. A loving one that they are able to grow up together in, almost until they are eighteen. Luc has had his share of abuse and abandonment as a child, and HAS been to some of the bad foster homes, so he makes sure to protect and watch over Robbie as they grow up together.
And while Luc has issues with love and attachment, he learns to trust and comes to adore Robbie. I adored Luc. He had his issues and his broken soul, but OMG did I adore him!! And then. They become adults, and while the two have always had deeper feelings towards one another, Luc refuses to act on it. Ohhhhh the tension. I love not getting what I want right off the bat, in a book. Things happen.
And certainly unexpected. It is rare that an author will go in this direction. Oh sure, it held my rapt attention, but I was soooooo not happy. It was one of the freebies last week I think. Is it very sad? Kim: I read it this weekend and just wait….. My husband told me I needed to take a break from it on Saturday!
Just wait….. Kim: Oh I tell you I still get beside my self mad when I think about it!! I will have to let my husband read ur posts so he will realize I am not a nut case getting so mad at a book I had to literally put down my iPad and get my breathe! What a wild ride!! Like Sandra said, to me, I feel it did fall apart in the end. There is only so much I can say, and so much I can share about our reactions, to keep from spoiling it. Just know. If you choose to read this, fashion-up fashion-up?
You might not be able to contain yourself. I would describe a portion of it as far-fetched. Maybe had the end been longer? Although… it probably would make a great Lifetime movie. Did I just admit to watching Lifetime again? Tee hee!
A Modern Love Story
I can definitely say that it started off and continued in a way that absolutely had my heart and squeezed it. The sweet relationship that developed between two young, broken souls as they took care of each other, watched out for each other and became best friends. I felt the sadness, I felt the tugs at my heart. And then?
A Modern Love Story (2000)
Such a funny word. I wish it represented a fun experience too, but no — book blurbs are the bane of my existence. Now I have to write the blurb. Fate tells the tale of a rocky romance between a rock star and a novelist. Rocky, because he wishes it to be. He even has the tee shirt and jaded heart to prove it.