Love and Other Mistakes – Jessica Kate

Synopsis:

There’s a fine line between love and hate . . . And for the last seven years, Natalie Groves has hated Jeremy Walters.

Natalie Groves was meant for great things. But soon after her fiancé left, Natalie’s father was diagnosed with cancer. Suddenly her grand plans evaporated . . . and God felt very far away.

Fast-forward seven years, and an internship presents Natalie a chance at her destiny—but she needs a job to work around it. And the only offer available is worse than a life sentence. Her ex Jeremy, now back in town, is desperate for help with his infant son and troubled teenage niece, Lili. And Natalie may be just the one to help Jeremy . . . provided they don’t kill each other in the process.

When Jeremy and Natalie join forces, sparks fly. But will either of them get burned along the way?


Review:

I’m glad I got past the beginning of the book because once it started to unfold I REALLY enjoyed it!

I was heavily invested in Nat’s choices and Her juggling of relationships with her family, Jem, Sam and her internship!

I enjoyed the split points of view, I think they were written very well!

I enjoyed Lili’s storyline and how her and her family relationships worked. Jem’s relationship with his dad also brought another dynamic to the story!

It had enough drama and pace to keep me hooked until the end (which I loved).

The religious theme throughout wasn’t for me personally, but I could read past it to suit.

4 stars out of 5 due to a slower beginning and the religious elements.

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