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June 29, 2013

REVIEW TRYING NOT TO LOVE YOU

 


 

Trying Not To Love You (Love #1)

MacKenzie Cahill has dealt with overbearing and overprotective brothers her entire life, making it near impossible to enjoy her teenage years. Having a boyfriend was practically impossible until she met a guy that wasn't afraid to stand up to them - Dominic. He was sweet, thoughtful, and everything MacKenzie ever wanted in a man.

But when they go away to college at Old Dominion University, MacKenzie sees a whole new side of Dominic and begins to wonder if he really is different from every other guy.

Her world is turned upside down after a party, and her brothers' best friend Hunter is the one there to offer her a shoulder to cry on. The chemistry between them is electric, and feelings for each other that have been hidden for years are finally voiced.

Is Hunter willing to be disloyal to his best friends in order to be with the one girl he's always secretly wanted?

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www.authormegansmith.com

Well I can honestly say that I am in love with this book, this story line, oh and Hunter. I would like to say that being a couple that can beat all odds against them is hard to swollow and frankly stories can fluff relationships but this one didn't The relationships between all the characters are genuine. With all the ups and downs that come with and type of relationship. Mackenzie is a bit hard headed with Dom only wanting to believe in a fairytale ending when everyone around her sees hes making a fool of her. especially Hunter and Hailey are seeing it. Mackenzie's brothers are protective sometimes too protective but are trusting her in the hands of their best friend while she embarks on her journey to college with her best friend, her boyfriend, and her crush of her childhood. This book was really good and I would read it again actually. and now I will be patiently waiting on the second book. The ending is killing me and I want to share but ruining the ending of a book is like eating the cream out of an Orel and putting the cookie back in the pack. You may feel more satisified but you ruined someone else's cookie and milk time....
 


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