Monday, August 14, 2017

REVIEW - P.S. I Love You - Jamie Salisbury

TITLE - P.S. I Love You
AUTHOR - Jamie Salisbury


Healing from a long term relationship gone abusive, Meg Cooper has flung herself into her eclectic shop, The Pink Moose. The last thing she needs is another man in her life...
Basil Manning is happy with his life - well sort of. He has everything he needs: the houses he's building, the mansion he's renovating and his dog Crash. That is until he spots Meg Cooper...
A years old, but not forgotten affair is soon revived. Can Basil temper the flames he still has for Meg? Will she pull down her wall of distrust and fan those flames into one hot, torrid love affair?


“Rekindled love, 3 stars”

Meg just got out of a bad long-term relationship. She goes home to figure everything out and have some of her siblings nearby. Meg doesn’t expect to see Basil, her once best friend and boyfriend. She doesn’t expect for the feelings that were once there to resurface stronger than ever. 
Is she ready for a relationship? Sometimes life surprises us.

Basil has always loved Meg, she’s the one who got away. Well, that’s until she shows back up in town. He won’t make the same mistake twice, this time he’s playing for keeps. He is sure it's Meg he wants but some around him question him. 
Once he gets the girl can he keep her?

P.S. I Love You was hard for me. I liked the general plot of the story but I felt like there were too many holes or unresolved things happening in the story. You have pieces of Basil and Meg’s relationships with the people around them but some things are left unclear. They are supposed to be figuring out the history of Basil’s house, yet nothing is ever discovered. It was like they just stopped at one point without any real reason. 
Then the last thing is how fast they moved. I get that they knew each other before and what not, but she just got out of a bad relationship that she’s still struggling with. It was just hard on the believable factor. 

Star Ratings:
Plot- 4/5
Characters- 3/5
Heat- 3/5
Writing style- 3/5
Overall- 3/5

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