As a college student trying to start her own career in New York, Erin Blackwell is doing her best to leave her past behind and pursue her career. In writing class one day however, it seems to be that her past appears in front of her at the worst time possible. Hunter's sudden appearance changes the way that Erin thinks, sleeps, and writes. Will Hunter coming back into her life change her future? Or will it just stir up bad memories of the past?
I thoroughly enjoyed the book Love Story by Jennifer Echols. I thought that the writer had the ability to connect with the reader, and make them believe anything that she says. The plot kept me turning pages to find out what would happen next in this incredible tale of a deep hatred and a fresh love that mixes together beautifully throughout the book. The characters relationships with each other add so much to the book and I think that Jennifer Echols did a wonderful job writing Love Story.Ill most definitely suggest this book to friends because of how much I liked it.
I gave this book the rating of mature readers only because the characters in the book are college aged, and the book is written from their points of view and what happens in their lives. I think at times it may be inappropriate for some younger readers.
Reviewer City, State and Country: Hermantown, Minnesota USA