Grace is a studious business major who always colors inside the lines. Jack is a fun loving, bi-sexual art major who challenges her orderly existence. Grace loses her heart when a night out with friends leads to a wild encounter with Jack.
Only time will tell if her heart can survive the rigors of loving a man who may need more than Grace can provide.
Loving Jack is quite unlike some of the other books in its genre, mainly because the love story isn’t simple. Yes, I know, love is never simple, but what Cat Miller does is clever and so raw, it literally feels like you are going through the motion of events with Grace.
Poor Grace had my heart from the get go. Not because she was this in your face ass kicking female lead, but more because she was real. She was normal. She had clear goals and knew where she wanted to go in life, but the way Jack whisked her off her feet, did that thing on the bonnet of his car – yes, I would have fallen hook, line and sinker too.
Cat Miller does an amazing job bringing to life the strife and pain that comes with even considering a relationship that comes with strings, and by strings, I mean compromise, but not the kind people are often faced with in a normal “run of the mill” monogamous relationship.
Jack is honest from the start, and I found that endearing. He was a loveable character, but terribly conflicted. The attraction between Jack and Grace was sexy, sensual and believable, but so was the heartache. I cried when Grace cried. I cried when she consoled Jack and I cried when she stood up to the horrid Victor.
This truly was a beautiful, well written novel and one that I will read over and over again, because the ending…that ending just left my jaw on the floor, and I LOVED every minute of it.
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