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Here’s why I love this book: It’s totally relatable. It’s a real-life situation, even though it’s a work of fiction. Katie and Chad are characters that could be you or someone you know.
If you’re looking for a hearts and flowers, sappy read as a means of escapism, this might not be the book for you. But if you want a honest to goodness, true-life work of art, I highly suggest reading Who I Am With You.
Chad and Katie are two very lost souls dealing with their own tragedies. They are both trying to pick up the pieces of their life, and move on the best way they know how. For Chad, it’s leaving the life he’s dreamt of behind and immersing himself in manual labor on Katie’s farm. For Katie, it’s trying to learn to trust that stranger who appeared on her front porch responding to a help wanted ad.
Both characters are so beautifully written. They feel REAL. The plot flows seamlessly and never lags. There’s not too much angst, but enough to keep you on edge. There are some incredibly sweet moments that make your heart flutter.
This story will bring out all sorts of feels. And for you that love instant gratification, you might want to hold off on this one as it has a bit of a cliffie at the end!
I’m very excited to see where M. takes these two, and I’m even more excited that she lets us go on the journey with them.
M. Lynne Cunning has always wanted to be an author, but it wasn’t until she discovered National Novel Writing Month and all the insanity that goes along with it that she began to truly realize her love for writing stories. While she doesn’t limit herself to writing only specific genres, her first two published novels, Until I’m Found and Blurred Lines, are considered Romantic Suspense. Her new book, Who I Am With You (to be released February 2016), will be the first in a contemporary romance series. She also doesn’t believe that the traditional typical “happily ever after” is always the way to go. You’ve been forewarned.
She is almost always reading or writing, but also enjoys spending time and traveling with her husband/best friend, Dennis, and is the proud dog-mom of two brindle boxers. She’s also a too-far-gone coffee addict and a lifelong country music fan.