Published by Amazon Digital Services LLC on February 2, 2018
Genres: African American, Contemporary, Romance, Women's Fiction
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Love that says something, instead of just looking like it.
Love you can always trust to feel like home.
For both of them, it’s something that has always been just outside of their peripheral, something to be observed rather than experienced. A depth of feeling reserved for people who were “into” that, those with a different outlook, those more… deserving.
Until their paths cross.
Lines are crossed.
And maybe the stars are crossed too, because the connection and chemistry are so off the charts that they can’t stay away from each other, can’t avoid it... even if they think they should.
“Unraveling doesn’t mean that nothing is left…you can have something better than before, something more secure”
I almost threw my damn Kindle when I read this line. Christina C. Jones put her foot in Love Notes. You know when you read a book that just makes you FEEL GOOD? Love Notes is definitely that book.
We are taken back to the neighborhood fans of Jones’ Serendipitous Love series are familiar with, the newly named Mahogany Heights. In this novel, we are introduced to Troy and Jules.
Troy and Jules clicked from the very beginning. What should have been just a one-time thing blossomed into something much more, something unexpected. Troy seemed more calculated and intentional in the way he moved about in life, a lot of that is probably attributed to his childhood. Jules is a bit more charming and free spirited and full of the light that Troy, perhaps unknowingly, needs in his life. These two were able to feed off of each other in a way that was healing for both of them. As they navigated their relationship, they were able to mend a lot of fractured pieces in their lives that needed to heal.
The biggest thing this book manages to remind us of? Amazing things can happen when we commit to doing the work.
Love Notes is a charmingly relatable and sexy read that I advise you to purchase right away. This book had me all mushy and emotional and ready to move my ass to Mahogany Heights, STAT!