Review: Love me while I’m gone by Diana T. Scott

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4/5 stars

Short and sweet, sometimes too sweet I was starting to get annoyed. But hey, who am I to deprive two people in love of their unwarranted laughter and general cheesiness. Lol. There was a point when it became a bit melodramatic but not irritatingly so.

What I appreciate about these novels that began with Our Demons, Best Friends although Love Me While I’m Gone stands on its own are the strong female characters who know their place and who they are especially in a romantic relationship. They’re levelheaded, positive and they understand that they are enough. If a guy doesn’t like them or see their worth, it’s completely the guy’s problem. Emily is such a fun and caring person and I like her so much for helping Ava and Sebastian become them.

Thing is, the guys in these novels are just as admirable too. They’re not annoying, whiny or needy like most of the guys in NA novels. I finally get to know the real Collin who is sweeter than honey. Those letters were kind of overkill but hey, it’s fiction. Lol.

Also, Ms. Diana Scott proves that it’s possible to have a new adult story without those steamy to eventually erotic scenes and I appreciate her so much for it. So if you’re looking for an easy, comforting and wholesome NA to read, I so recommend these books.

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