Review: Love Waits | Gerri Hill

Review: Love Waits | Gerri Hill

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My rating *****
Facts: Published in July 2010
Book has 264 pages
It is considered Lesbian Fiction/ Lesbian Romance
Book Description:
High school sweethearts…and nobody knew.
Book Type: Paperback
Acquired: Purchased
Ashleigh Pence had been the all-American high school girl: cheerleader, prom queen…and in love with another girl. Gina Granbury hasn’t thought about Calloway High in twenty years, but the arrival of the invitation to the class reunion brings back memories of Ashleigh and the betrayal that drove them apart.
With no real choice, Ashleigh has to go the event, hoping that it’s not the one reunion that Gina decides to attend after all these years. Gina had expected to dismiss the possibility as easily as she has during all the years since, but the curiosity is suddenly strong. Her long-broken heart has never mended, but that’s no reason to go back in time…is it?

Review:  Any book that I can lose my self in and get away from the world is a winner to me. This has to be by far one of the best reads I’ve read to date. I am not a spoiler for other people. I do believe in letting people know my opinion. High school sweethearts who fall in love and break up, end up going to a reunion that they weren’t completely prepared for. After much chaos and some broken hearts the meaning of love shines through the pile. I love this book because the story line is well written. It’s not a book that jumps around and you are getting lost between characters. I am glad this is a book I will own forever because it will become well read. When I read this book I think of the book by Nicholas Sparks called The Notebook. Now 99% of the world has heard about it or seen it. In my opinion I believe it’s a romantic story just the same. It may not be in the same format or time.. but it’s classic and sweet.
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