It has taken me over a two and a half weeks to type this review of Wanda B. Campbell’s Back To Me. I say type since I’ve had it written since the day after I finished the book.
Jacinta Howard, 2014
“So, maybe God knew I wouldn’t make it through everything okay without Brian. Without his calm. Without his love. Without his milkshakes. Maybe him being in my life was my unmerited divine assistance. Maybe the grace of God is what put Brian in my life.”
― Jacinta Howard, Better Than Okay
Nope! Nein! Niet! No! As mentioned in my first post In Defense of Fans of Romance Novels, I dislike it when books take too drastic of a turn. In Love Delayed author, Love Belvin does just that. Reading this book took me from the heights of love and cheering on a burgeoning romance to wanting to torch my Kindle Paperwhite at the “end” in protest. The story of Elizabeth “Zoey” Barrett and Stenton Rogers in Love Delayed had the potential to be the greatest love story of all-time. ALL –TIME. I am not exaggerating; I am writing this with a clear and coherent mind. Instead, it turned into a cheap ploy to get the reader invested in a series based on a single couple. Continue reading