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Love, Me: A Pleasant Valley Novel Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
I laughed, I cried, I got angry, it's safe to say I went on quite an emotional journey with this book. It spoke to me on so many levels and I could have easily carried on reading on and on and on!
"There are exceptions to everything Vaughn. Even love.''
Gah!! My heart!!
Loved it so so much. It was everything and more.
I have read quite a few books by Anna Brooks now so I was really looking forward to her new book Love, Me and it did not disappoint! It was everything that I have come to expect from this author! Beautifully written, characters that you can’t help but fall in love with, funny moments, emotional times and just a fabulous read! I always find her books so easy to read and the characters feel so real and are easy to connect with. This is the second book in the Pleasant Valley series but could be read as a standalone, but as always the author’s books are so amazing I would definitely recommend reading them in order.
Love, Me is about Rayne and Vaughn. Vaughn spends his days permanently marking other’s skin and at night he tries to forget the scars embedded in his soul. Rayne hasn’t lived in years; she made a promise to a man who didn’t deserve her loyalty. She has never questioned this decision until she meets Vaughn.
I thought Rayne was a great character; my heart really did break for her. I can only imagine what she was going through and I could feel every emotion that the author poured into her. I could understand the way she felt with regards to Vaughn, he ignited something in her and she just didn’t know how to deal with that considering everything else that was going on in her life.
Vaughn was a complicated character and whilst there are times I wanted to shout at him I loved that he had a vulnerable side. I admired him for what he had done with his life and how he had turned it around. Even when the relationship between him and Rayne was strained he was still there to protect her, its bot until later on we find out just why he is so protective over her but even so I loved the about him.Read more ›
So as she is leaving the restaurant Vaughan is the last one there and offers to walk her to her car because of the neighbourhood the restaurant is in he does not belief it is safe for her to walk around with the days takings in toe. As they are walking along Vaughan explains that they will be neighbours as he is opening a shop next door, when Raney enquires what kind of shop she is happy that she won the bet with the waitress in the restaurant as he is opening a Tattoo Shop.
So Raney decides to go to see her friend Kenny at his boyfriends club and when she is shocked to see Vaughan there in a gay club, once they meet and he explains that Bart, Kenny’s boyfriend is actually related to him and that he came to show his support celebrating their engagement. So as the story continues the relationship between them gets complicated and that Raney wants to get involved with him but will her guilt for someone else hold her back. Until one day something changes her world and she then can truly carry on with living her life. But will a secret from his past shatter Raney’s world forever or can she learn to forgive and forget.
This is the first book I have read by this author and I loved the writing of the complicated lives these characters have and the feelings towards each other mixed in the history which still haunts them. I will be definitely be reading more stories by this author.
Rayne Marie Garner has hidden her-self away for years, choosing to go to a gay club with her bestie Kennedy and his soon to be hubby Brad instead of putting herself out there and finding a man for her life. There is a ghost in her past that may or may not be a real ghost, and until she can lay him to rest she won’t ever be able to move on. Something she doesn’t plan on doing until one day, after she is locking up the sandwich shop her parents run up and a stranger comes in for a sandwich.
When the stranger introduces himself as Vaughn Morris and explains that he has taken on the empty store front next door, and is going to be creating a tattoo studio. She later finds out that he is a home town boy that is returning some years later, he also has his own ghosts, but they are a different level of ghosts. They both need to lay the past to rest, and face a bumpy road, they agree to be friends and give friendship a try while they try to help each other. Will they be able to fight the ghosts that fight back and try to drag them down?
This is a well written and very caring novel, it deals with issues that people face in real life, and shows that you can come out the other side, and sometimes when you do, you may be broken but with a good friend or a good love (even your own) you can put yourself back together.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I really enjoyed this book and I knew that it would be a good read because of the dedication on the front page. Read morePublished 1 month ago by laura leyman
Love Me by Anna Brooks is A Pleasant Valley novel and is a five star read for me
Wow! This is definitely a five star read for me. What a wild ride. Read more
Love, Me has everything you could want from a romance, hidden pasts, some tragic some painful, full of emotion, remorse and depth... Read more
Ms Brooks is a new author to for me, and one I am so glad I have found – I’ve actually already downloaded more of her books! Read morePublished 1 month ago by LBrad (B2B)
Love, Me is book two in the pleasant Valley series by Anna Brooks.
Rayne Garner is stuck in life, unable to go forward and unable to move back, she has made a promise to... Read more
This is the first time I have read any of this authors work, and it will definitely not be the last. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Wendy Livingstone