Book review of “True Love Way”
“True Love Way,” by Nancy Scrofano
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Marlo Spencer loves to live in past! She loves old TV shows – The Brady Bunch, I Love Lucy, and Dick Van Dike, just to name a few. She is known to collect old things, and is proud of having her Brady Bunch lunchbox. Her Malibu is cluttered with everything vintage and she doesn’t care. Nik, her best male friend, doesn’t understand what the fascination is, and even complains about it, but he accepts her as she is. I loved these two together, and I could relate to their close friendship. Their dialogue reminded of how an old married couple would sound.
When Marlo receives an email from Josh, Nik doesn’t like it at all! It’s a little bit obvious that Nik might have feelings for her, but it’s not until the end do we find out what else he could be hiding.
Nik decides to follow Marlo to Napa so she can hopefully rekindle their romance and go through with the “pact” with Josh, the man who left her twelve years ago without saying goodbye, he decides it’s time to spend time with his sister, Savannah, and her daughter. After they get to Napa, it’s a whirlwind of emotions for everyone involved – Marlo, Nik, Josh, and Savannah, Marlo’s best friend and Nik’s sister. While Marlo wants things with Josh to be in sync, they’re not. Things with Savannah don’t seem right either – it’s not until towards the end is everything revealed. What’s found out could harm relationships – even friendships! I think it came full circle and turned out how it was supposed to. I was very pleased with the ending! (Great way to end it, Nancy Scrofano!) If I said anymore, I’d spoil it – so read the book! You won’t want to miss it!
After reading the plot of True Love Way, it sounded like a cute book, so I decided to review it! The title and cover also swayed me. Like I do with most book, I dove right into this one late at night and I didn’t want to stop. The only thing I would change is Savannah’s character. I wish she felt a little more emotion for…(if i told you, then I’d spoil it). True Love way was a quick and fun read. All the characters are believable, and the storyline is filled with twists and turns. At the end of each chapter, you’ll want to begin the next! I couldn’t put it down! I recommend this book to anyone who is looking for a fun and quick beach read!
I give this book 4 out of 5 stars!
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