Love You Now
Book Two: Love Hurts Duet
From Wall Street Journal & USA Bestselling Author M. Robinson. A coming of age, enemies to lovers, contemporary romance filled with angst and all the feels.
I should have told her everything.
How much I loved her.
How much I’ve always loved her.
But I didn’t.
I just wasn’t made that way.
Instead... I claimed her.
Until... I broke her.
My best friend.
From my mind to my heart, to every single bone in my body.
She owned me.
I was hers.
It was always her.
The only thing I feared more than losing her was forgetting her.
I hated how much I needed her.
She was mine.
Always and forever.
I hated her then.
But Harley Jameson was about to find out how much…
I LOVED her now.
This book made me feel so many emotions. All raw and real. I stay engaged till the last word was read.
Amazing as always
The queen of angst does it again she hold the tears of so many of her readers this is book 2 of the Jackson and Harley duet three twists and turns all the feels !!!!
Title: Love You Now
Author: M. Robinson
Series: Love Hurts Duet #2
Oh. My. Goshhhhh!!!! This book- you guys!!!! Hands down one of my favorite by Ms. Robinson! The thing I loved most is that after four years of reading her books, she can still surprise me. And man, did she ever!!! I did not expect the twists and turns that occurred. Seriously blew my mind! Love You Now was an emotional story that grabbed my heart and didn’t let go. I laughed out loud and I cried so many tears. I never wanted the story to end!
Harley and Jackson were EVERYTHING! The back and forth between them made this story what is was-unputdownable and unforgettable. Yes, their love was fueled by their hatred of each other but it was so much more than that. I loved the push and pull and the antics. I seriously ADORED Harley. She gave Jackson a run for his money. And Jackson was so much more than what I thought he’d be.
This duet was incredible. M. Robinson is the queen of angst for a reason. She delivers epic stories that are original and have characters that are real and relatable. I highly recommend reading this book!