Great Love Stories, never get old

What is it that makes a good love story? Is it the way they meet, creating a story to be told for ages? The trials of figuring out they are meant to be? Maybe it is the idea that there are rough starts, and patches along the way to a happy forever, this is what really gets me.

I love all the love stories, really how could you not? Love is such a tremendous emotion, it can be happy but it can also come with grief and struggle. The thing I truly love most is reading through those struggles and seeing the movement forward and away from hardships. This feels more real to me.

I am by no means a perfect person. I have done many of things wrong. I am an emotional being and may have a tendency to overreact in certain circumstances. Knowing that my love will follow with me through that path (of craziness) and never walk away, this is why I know he is my true love.

Reading through Courtney Walsh’s recent novel, Just Look Up, I was struck by how much I felt I could relate to the main character, Lane. From the first page in describing that need to achieve and the waves of anxiety that go along with it all. Walsh is able to pull those feelings into words in a way I felt I was living all the things as I read them.

I must admit, if it wasn’t already obvious, I am a sucker for a good love story. I really love the not so obvious at first types of love though. This was how I fell myself, so there is a bit of nostalgia in that.

Check out Just Look Up on Amazon today!


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