Title: Loving you
Genre: New Adult Romance
Release Date: December 12, 2013
Publisher: Waltham Publishing, LLC
Pages: 300 pages (Print Length)
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Since meeting Garret on her first night at college, Jade’s had to overcome many obstacles to be with him, including interference from Garret’s father.
Now, months later, it seems that Mr. Kensington has finally accepted Jade dating his son, but the reason for that is unclear. After what Jade witnessed at the Kensington mansion, she’s not sure what his acceptance of her means. Is she tied to his family forever now that she knows some of their darkest secrets?
Spring semester begins at Moorhurst College and a new student arrives who has a little too much interest in Garret’s family. And a little too much interest in Jade.
Garret continues to win Jade’s heart with romantic gestures that make her love him even more. It seems like everything is starting to work out for Jade, but as her mother used to say…Good things never last. Or do they?
Note: This is a New Adult novel and contains mature language and situations.
Loving You for me was: Each book gets better and better!
This book starts off where the last one ended… With Jade and Garrett.. Shall I say enjoying themselves. *cough.*
Let’s just say these two never waste time when they’re together. They’re like two freaking bunny rabbits in heat.
We are thrown right back into the story right after Sinclair A.K.A. Jade’s father was shot and killed by Garrett’s dad. There’s also a surprise visit from a certain character that you’re not going to want to miss.
Things from Jade’s past come up time and time again which threaten to break them up.
Jade also finds out that Garrett is supposedly on some reality TV show that Ava (his ex-girlfriend) is a star of. So course that is going to cause some mad drama in their relationship. And we also dig deeper into what ‘The Organization’ is all about. (You’ll be surprised by what you find.)
These people literally have so much power they can decide who becomes president.
It makes me a little nervous about what they could do to Jade and Garrett’s relationship. How far will they go to rip them apart for good? The better question is, will Jade and Garrett give up and allow them to do it? In this story we get more of Katherine’s story and even more of what the “mysterious organization” is all about. But seriously though, what the heck is Katherine A.K.A. ‘wicked stepmother’s’ deal anyway?
Garrett continues to win over Jades heart (as well as mine) to where I was wishing I was actually Jade and this was my story. But maybe oh maybe I’ll have my chance in the near future. *Crosses fingers* ;D I honestly love this couple. They are a true example of true love without all the “puppy love” involved.
Jade and Garett really connected with me so much so that they seem like real people to me. I just can’t get enough of them!
“I swore I’d never be the girlfriend who spies on her boyfriend’s phone, but tough shit. I’m her today.”
And what about the reality TV show? I wonder what’s going on with that, especially since they are basically putting together false information without Garrett’s consent.
My only complaint for the story would be that it kind of lost me in the middle part. I had to force myself to keep swiping the pages on my Kindle and I may or may not have *ehem* skipped a few pages to get to the good parts again but BOY am I glad I didn’t give up on this series.
Usually it would bother me that they are constantly together do much like that it “seems” like last there’s no point to the story but for me it was actually okay and normal after a while after I got used to it
Jade and Garrett are so in love and so dedicated to each other that I found myself smiling at the way these two interacted with each other.
These meme should accurately portray how I feel about these two:
Sadie (A.K.A. Jade’s half-sister) first came into the picture I never had a problem with her but in this book my opinion about her definitely changed and not in a good way.
Also, there’s a new addition to the group. Carson…
He just moved to Moorehurst college (Jade and Garrett’s college.)
Well, what can I say about Carson: He’s a nosy SOB in my opinion. He sticks his head in things that have nothing to do with him. Whenever he would question Jade about her and Garrett’s relationship, I was like:
Why you no mind your own business dude? Geez! Like seriously, let Jade and her man be happy. They’re obviously happy and in love with each other so butt out of it!
He seemed okay at first but now I’m not so sure. He’s way to nosy and a I think he’s up to something.
Although Jade and Garrett had their problems but how they reacted and chose to handle those problems that made them stronger and closer in the end.
But do you guys think Jade and Garrett are actually ready to get married?
Hmm. Probably not yet. But that’s just my opinion.
Now does this mean I’m against them ever getting married in the future?
OF COURSE! ♥
I’ve been a Jade and Garrett cheerleader since the beginning. I just don’t think they’re ready yet.
The part when Jade was receiving all those calls during the night and come to find out, it was actually Garrett behind it all along! I could have slapped him…. Or kissed him silly. 😉
And what about the fact that Sinclair was her padre? Her freaking dad man! Beyond shocked. But at the party at the Kennington mansion he was eyeing her weird so I knew there was something funny going on with him.
I’m anxious to see what happens next between Jade and Sadie now that she knows they’re half sisters. How are things going to be between them and will Sadie ever find out?
***YOU CAN COME BACK NON-SPOILER PEOPLE ;)***
There’s a huge shocker in the end there that you’re not going to want to miss. And just as as a fair warning to you peeps, this book ends on a cliffhanger. I’m usually not ones for cliffhangers because they make me want to rip my hair out!
Does anyone else feel the same? I know I’m not alone.
If this book taught any lesson it was that in life, we have sometimes have very tough decisions to make but what matters in the end is that you make yourself happy first, because if you aren’t happy, what’s the point?
Let’s see how Loving You rates on the coffee scale, shall we?
There’s lots of questions and very few answers. There’s only one way to find out what happens next:
You guessed it. Read the next book, Promising you.
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