Wednesday, July 20, 2011


Released July 19th, 2011
256 Pages
Published by MTV Books

She's writing about him. he's writing about her. And everybody is reading between the lines..

This book reminded me of the saying 'The Ties That Bind'.  It seems to be the case between Erin and Hunter.  For the past six years their lives have been so intertwined without ever having spoken to each other.  Very Pride and Prejudice I thought, loving but hating from afar, and never letting go of their pride long enough to follow the path that would lead them to each other.  Until they are away from the Kentucky horse farm that has held them in the roles of Rich Girl and Stable Boy for far too long. 

Both attending college in New York City they have become just Erin and Hunter.  What Erin thinks is a coincidence, Hunter has transferred into her creative writing class, which starts a back and forth story writing between the two, which gives us a look into the past between them.

Love Story is different than Jennifer's other books in a sense that so much lies beneath that if your not paying attention, you miss it.  Hunter and Erin were both strong, independent characters, making the best of the situation they find themselves in.  You will have to read the book to find out what exactly happens that puts them where they are in the story, but it will be worth the read.

Other Great Reads by Jennifer: Forget You, Going Too Far and Endless Love

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