Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Love Me - Like That - Book Review



It’s a battle between her head and her heart.
Bailey Reynolds never thought she would ever in her life have to choose between someone that will give her everything she wants in life and someone that makes her feel like she is everything in his life. How does this southern spitfire choose between what her heart wants versus what her head tells her she wants? 

Hendrix~
Can make her dreams come true
Reaches in the sky and buys any star she desires
Wants to set up a perfect life for her with everything she needs or could want
But every so often can't dry her tears

He's not perfect but he was until ~ CASH

Cash~
Sets her world on fire.
He is everything her heart wants but, not necessarily what her head wants.
He creates his own stars and catches all her tears.
But is love enough?

Sometimes life is full of hard choices but that is when the biggest blessing take root.


4 Stars

Prepare yourself for this emotional roller coaster. It's so worth it!
There will be parts that make you want to scream and toss your kindle.
Then there will be parts where your heart just melts!
Awe!!

Bailey is the caregiver to her grandparents. She put her life on hold to care for family, just like they did for her years ago. Hendrix, Bailey's boyfriend has enough money to buy the world. But not enough to buy Bailey or her family. She struggles with the relationship with Hendrix, he runs hot and cold all in one sentence. 



Cash & his mom move in across from Bailey and her grandparents. He instantly likes her and wants her. But she has a bratty boyfriend who is mean and rude to her. She deserves better and when the moment comes Cash will be waiting for her. 

Life tosses Bailey curve ball after curve ball. Hendrix is only there after the fact, trying to make things right by buying things. But Cash is there to help her during the crisis and to lean on when she is exhausted and emotionally burned out. Her heart tells her to be with Cash. But what about the history with Hendrix? 



I blew thru this book. I couldn't put it down. I needed to know what was going to happen between Hendrix and Bailey, Cash and Bailey, and even Cash and Hendrix! There were things about Cash that I didn't like. As in not telling Bailey the truth about certain financial things. But I could overlook that because he loved her. He truly loves her. He fought for her, he showed her, he left her be who she is and didn't try to change her. That's love. Accepting someone for who they are, not trying to mold them into what you want.



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