There’s two sides to every love story. The how you fell in love, and the how you fell apart.
This is ours.
The cardinal rule of friendship is you don’t mess with your friend’s sister. That goes double when she’s his little sister.
It was just supposed to be fun. She wasn’t supposed to end up being the love of my life. And I definitely wasn’t supposed to break her heart.
Ainsley is a wedding dress designer. That should’ve been a warning that she’s a hopeless romantic. That should’ve clued me in that she believes love conquers all.
But there are some things that love can’t fix. I’m one of them.
She thinks love is the answer.
But love is the reason I let her go.
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Emotional. I actually got a tissue out for this one.
Prescott Lane always manages to touch my heart with her characters, she is an amazing writer and I have got to the point now were I just one click anything she writes.
JUST LOVE is a friends to lovers story but more than that. Charlie and Brody lost their parents in a tragic accident, Ainsley was just 15 at the time so Brody became her carer and along with his girlfriend Skye and his best friend Rhett they worked around their studies and all pitched in to raise Charlie.
Ainsley moves away to college and on her return Rhett realises he no longer looks at Ainsley like a little sister, his feeling go deeper than that and the feelings are reciprocated.
A secret relationship develops and of course it has to stay secret, neither of them want Brody to know, not in the early days anyway.
This is really early on in the story which goes from past to present so you know something happens further on in the story that separates them at some point.
I was so eager to find out what happened and when I did, oh my heart, I did not expect such a heart-breaker in this story. No-one dies, no-one cheats but there is an underlying message to this story, some people love you for who you are, broken pieces and all and sometimes you just have to let them and stop seeing your flaws, stop seeing yourself as unlovable, seeing your cracks, your insecurities, your illness, your disability, whatever it is let yourself be loved.
Told in first person dual pov and leads to a hea.
A recommended heart warmer, a beautiful love story and ideal Sunday read. Enjoy
Arc received for review purposes