Friday, November 15, 2013

Book Review: Teach Me Love by S. Moose


Jacob Greene, sexy multimillionaire CEO of Greene Publishing is a broken man desperate to find reason in his life. Losing Katherine, the love of his life, makes a once gentle and kindhearted man into someone dark and miserable. 
Abigail Anderson, single mother, second grade teacher, is tired of living her life alone. But the only man she's ever loved betrayed her and left her in the dark.
Now, three years later, their paths cross. A rocky beginning soon turns into something more. Real. The feeling is mutual and their feelings grow. But secrets always have a way of coming out. 
Will Jacob and Abigail be able to learn how to love again or will they suffer alone for the rest of their lives?

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** I received an ARC for an honest review. **

Jacob Greene was the millionaire who lost his girlfriend in a car accident before he could propose. Abigail Anderson was the single mother and elementary school teacher raising her son on her own since the father walked out on her early in the pregnancy. But, their worlds collide and they embark on a soul searching relationship. Can they both forget their pasts so they can move on? Or will they both be stuck in the world of the past?

I liked several aspects of this book. I liked that the story was in the view of Jacob and Abigail. It was so much better to hear the story from both points of view. I also liked that the relationship wasn't rushed. The characters took their time in making the relationship official. The drama, while it made me mad, was just right for this story. The amount of drama and the type of drama was perfect for this story. There was no cliffhanger (while I am a fan of stories that have cliffhangers, it is refreshing to read one that is not). I loved that Jacob created a relationship with Abigail's son as well.

The book was well written and the story flowed nicely. The story was resolved. Overall, it was a good book and I will read more by this author.

I give Teach Me to Love ★ ★ ★ ★

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