A Refreshing Romantic Reflection
This was not the book I thought it would be, which is a good thing. I don’t want to give away the entire plot here, but it isn’t the simple romance it appears, it is a thoughtful reflection on love, what is perceived as love, and what is needed to make a relationship work. Author Janice Ross does a great job bringing the reader in and making the characters real.
When the “perfect man” is the “wrong man”, heartbreak is inevitable!
This little story is a powerful story about a young woman who falls in love when she should’ve been standing in love. Leah Daniels meets the perfect man, when she literally runs into Nate (Nathan Moore) on her first day at work. She is swept away and is beyond help. Sadly, Nate knows that Leah is weak for him. He takes advantage of his effect on her, as she allows him to drift in and out of her life. Nate is the type of man that knows how to carry himself, with a confidence level that matches perfection. He is totally irresistible! Leah is easily led.
After being taken on a roller coaster ride, the author offers alternative endings for reflection sakes – walk away or fight for love. After you’ve given your all to a relationship, do you ever consider the pros and cons of leaving, especially if total heartbreak seems inevitable? That is at the heart of Loving Nate.