Series: Love Hurts duet #2
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From Wall Street Journal & USA Bestselling Author M. Robinson. A coming of age, enemies to lovers, contemporary romance filled with angst and all the feels.
I should have told her everything.
How much I loved her.
How much I've always loved her.
But I didn't.
I just wasn't made that way.
Instead... I claimed her.
Until... I broke her.
My best friend.
From my mind to my heart, to every single bone in my body.
She owned me.
I was hers.
It was always her.
The only thing I feared more than losing her was forgetting her.
I hated how much I needed her.
She was mine.
Always and forever.
I hated her then.
But Harley Jameson was about to find out how much...
I LOVED her now.
Love You Now is the second book in the Love Hurts duet. These books MUST be read in order! If you enjoy an angsty enemies-to-lovers series this duet needs to be on your TBR. I can’t remember the last book that made me feel so STRESSED while reading! I also think it’s worth mentioning that these books are very SLOW BURN. I had so much anxiety when it came to Jackson and Harley’s potential relationship because of it.
That being said, I love how Monica wrapped up Jackson and Harley’s story. She even set us up for the next book (or duet) which makes me really excited! I cannot wait to see how their love story begins (I won’t say WHO because I don’t want to spoil it but it sounds SO DAMN EXCITING!).
I’m going to keep this review short and sweet because anything I say could become a spoiler. So I;ll leave it at this: Monica Robinson writes AMAZING books and this is one of my absolute favorite duets! Jackson and Harley had a tough story, but being with them on their journey was so worth the emotional roller coaster. This book is told in different time frames as well, and you will get a really good look at where they began, what stood in their way of finally loving one another, and how things slowly begin to come together. When the time frames changed I got a little worried because I thought it would become confusing but that wasn’t the case at all! Monica is a PRO! So make sure to pick up this duet. You won’t be disappointed!