Friday, March 27, 2015

And I Love Her by Marie Force is a sweet work of romance that allows the reader to escape to a world that is full of kindness, love and happiness without being too perfect and unbelievable. This book is part of the series called the Green Mountain Romance and is number 4. My first read in this series but I intend to fix that as soon as I can. Force's style of writing draws you in and makes you feel as if you are a part of the story that she is artfully drawing with her words. I fell in love with Hunter and Megan and found myself rooting for them to work things out and end up together, do they? Read the book and find out!

Marie Force's romance style is soft and predictable without being overly so. Her characters are kind and real, laughing, teasing, and crying together as life happens around them and they face it together. The female protagonist, Megan, in this story is a sweet young woman, loved by many but hurting on the inside and unable to move on and live fully because of this. It would be predictable for her male counterpart to rush in and rescue her. Instead Force allows her to find her way on her own while allowing those around her to help. In doing this she creates an excellent balance between a hot romance and Megan's independence. The result is amazing, gentle and real.

In addition to the main plot line Force introduces her other characters in the series, the Abbots, the towns people and Fred, the moose. The reader never gets bored with Megan and Hunter simply because Force gives them so much else to think about in between. Her artful weaving of the antics that the people of Butler experience as they live, love and laugh will draw you in and make you want to be there with them without losing focus on the pair whose tale she is telling. I highly recommend this to anyone who is looking for a sweet, gentle read that will leave them not wanting to put it down for a second.

And I Love Her is available as a kindle or a paperback and is listed as being 338 pages long. I read it in a few days but I couldn't put it down. This book would be rated M according to my rating system for the racy love scenes that Marie Force artfully inserts in her story. They are very sexy without being pornographic or over the top in my opinion however I wouldn't want my 15 year old reading them just yet.

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