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Posted August 11, 2013
WARNING: You WILL ignore your husband, kids, phone, and all other forms of obligation once you open this book. Be prepared!
Have you ever read a book you wished would not come to an end? Love Me was this book for me. If you are new to the Keatyn Chronicles, 'Love Me' is the fourth book in the series and the series should be read in order.
Keatyn is in her junior year at Eastbrooke and is trying to live a normal life while stuck in a love triangle, trying to pass her classes, and oh yeah, trying to hide from a dangerous stalker under an assumed identity. This story has strong friendships, broken hearts, kissing that touches the soul, the God of All Hotties, and the discovery of how to love yourself first!
Jillian Dodd is an extremely talented author who pulls you in from the very beginning to the end of the story.
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Posted August 11, 2013
When I first stumbled upon the Keatyn Chronicles, I was pulled into an amazing beginning to a journey that has been one roller coaster ride of emotions. Love Me continued in true style to bring out several emotions with every turn of the page.
Jillian Dodd made me want to yell, scream, slap, strongly dislike, laugh and love every heart stopping page, leaving wanting more.
Keatyn has seen her boys come and go but has never truly known who she is until now. Love Me is just what she needs, to love herself. As she moves forward she gains more insight to what matters most.
This has got to be my favorite installment thus far. Jillian Dodd has it the mark yet again.
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Posted August 7, 2014
This fourth installment was by far the most depressing one yet. The whole 2/3 of the book I swear I was depressed. She spent the whole time being confused and upset about Dawson and yet still sleeping with the boy then kissing Aiden. Slut. Sorry, but I call it like I see it. She's incredibly reckless and selfish. I have to say, I kind of hate her in this book. She's immature, spoiled, and annoying. Yes, she's going through a lot, but she's the root of her problems. She even says so in the book. Unfortunately, instead of using this new realization to better herself, she turns into this whiny brat who pouts and throws temper tantrums when she doesn't get her way. She's clearly insecure about herself and still thinking with her vagina. It still gets four stars, but only because it's well written. Just because I hate how the character developed doesn't mean I should fault the book. Keatyn is dumb, impulsive, and selfish. She did one selfless thing by leaving and she continues to jeopardize everything, by doing the things she does. No means no. Guy or girl. Rape is rape. It's like that.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted February 16, 2014
Posted January 6, 2014
NOooo! Please don't end it this way! I need books #5 and #6 stat! This series is so good. Best romance series I've read in a long time. The tension is killing me though, and the wait! I am so going to have Aiden withdrawals. I truly hope one of the books has Aiden's POV. I would really like to hear his thoughts, if he's still around!? OH, MAN! Next book is a novella called ADORE ME it's #4.5. I definitely recommend this series!
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Posted September 1, 2013
Luv luv luv the series this is definetley the book were i want 2 punch Keatyn thru the screen! She is annoying in this one but this is still awesome and i luvn it so farWas this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted August 26, 2013
I love, love, love this series. It is one of my favorites. We met Keatyn in Stalk Me, and have continued with her on her journey, watching her grow in Kiss Me, Date Me, and now Love Me, and what a ride it has been. I have devoured every book thus far, and I am counting the days until the next one releases. You can’t help but love Keatyn. The story is told from her point of view, and trust me, you won’t ever be bored. Love Me picks up where Date Me left off - and if you read Date Me, the last words were panty dropping melt your heart awesome, while making you want to scream and say “I need the next book now.” As you have probably gathered from the synopsis, or already know if you have read the series, there are multiple guys in Keatyn’s life. Typically, I am not a fan of love triangles, but The Keatyn Chronicles are the exception to the rule in every way, shape, and form regarding this. Jillian Dodd has written the series in such a way that it just works perfectly. In fact, it is an integral part of the story, and Keatyn works it well, because she is just….Keatyn.
In Love Me, we see a lot of growth in Keatyn. She is trying to find out who she is, while at the same time having to pretend she is someone that she’s not, because of that pissant Vincent whose head I would like to pinch off. Then you’ve got the guys all vying for her attention. There is the hot, sexy, smoldering Dawson, then you have Brooklyn getting back in the game and playing it very well, and then there is Aiden, “The God of All Hotties,” and there is a lot of hot going on with the Hottie God in Love Me. Just when Keatyn thinks she might big figuring things out, something happens and she is back to square one all over again. Of course she has her best buds Riley and Dallas who always have her back, especially Riley, who is a fierce protector of Keatyn, as well as being her best friend. Oh, and we get to see more of the youngest Johnson brother, Braxton, and he may just wind up being my favorite of all. I can’t forget to mention Cooper Steele either, who is Keatyn’s undercover bodyguard and he is the type of guy you would pay big bucks to guard your body. There are quite a few other secondary characters, which are all fun.
Another thing that amazes me is how Keatyn is able to be friends with so many people, especially guys, and gets along with them all so well. She and Cam are even texting in Love Me, and wait until you see what Dallas pulls. He surprised me. Keatyn did have a few bratty moments in this book, but it was all part of her growing process. I have to say that for the most part, I though Aiden handled her very well, and he isn't perfect himself. It’s not a bed of roses for Keatyn in Love Me, because with growth, comes growing pains, and she deals with quite a bit of that. The ending left me clutching my heart and desperate to know what happens next. The Keatyn Chronicles is fun, original, entertaining, and if you haven’t started it, hurry and get a copy. You will then become one with the rest of us addicts in our quest to discover who Moonboy is - the guy she ends up with in the end, when it is all said and done. Meanwhile, the joy is in the journey, and this is one trip you won’t want to miss.
Posted August 25, 2013
Keatyn...damn, girl! You and all your hotties have me hooked!!! I seriously adore this series! When I first started them, I was fortunate the first three were out so I could consume them within a few days time. Then the wait for Love Me. Oh, it was torture to wait to see what would happen next in Keatyn's life! But just like a TV series that takes a hiatus, so did the Keatyn Chronicles.
As soon as I picked up Love Me, I was right back into Keatyn's world. I did have some confusion trying to place all the names and relationships again as it had been a few months. Jillian Dodd did an AH-MAZING job of dropping in conversations and pieces of information that helped it all come back.
This was a fun yet maddening story at that same time. Maddening because sometimes I wanted to take Keatyn aside and say, pick one boy already! Make up your mind!! Because seriously, I NEED to know who Moon Boy is!! But I also had fun and was completely hooked into all the drama that went along with Keatyn's life at Eastbrooke. There were some totally swoon-y moments with Keatyn's boys and hello, Cooper Steele?? Every girl should have a gym teacher like that!
Overall, I really enjoyed this installment in Keatyn's life. My heart broke for her as she struggled with so many things happening for her at once, her relationship with her family was sweet yet painful, and she's trying to learn to love herself so she can love her moon boy.
I definitely recommend this series for anyone who loves to lose themselves in the lives of someone like Keatyn. Although it's a series about a high school-aged Keatyn, it is completely addicting no matter your age and you may just find yourself shutting out the world as you fall for Keatyn and her hotties!
ARC provided for honest review.
Posted August 22, 2013
Posted August 21, 2013
Love Me is the fourth book in the Keatyn Chronicles. The book starts off where book 3 left us. So there is no time jump like a few days or
weeks, which is good. This book put me on an emotional rollercoaster. I would get happy at some moments than get frustrated and sad the
next. It is understandable given the situation Keatyn is given. Vincent has become more dangerous and more creative in how to find Keatyn.
Throughout the whole book Keatyn is learning how to love herself. It is nice to compare it to how she was in Stalk Me. She has changed
a lot, but is definitely still learning. There's laughter, swoon-worthy moments, angst, and drama. Definitely highly recommend. 5 stars.
Posted August 17, 2013
A great read. Even though keatyn is such a slut. Dates a guy for a minute and the next wants to have sex with the guy. She doesnt even go on dates till after she has sex with the. That girl has problems.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted August 15, 2013
3 Words. Sofa-king Good
Things to remember while reading:
1. Aiden is the god of all hotties for a reason. You will swoon, you will sigh. You will be wooed.
2. You may switch your hot guy alliance many times throughout (just like our Keats)[Are you Team Dawson, Team Aiden, Team Brooklyn? Maybe none of the above. We will re-ask at the end of the book ;)]
3. Keatyn may make you want to shake her or slap some sense into at times. Other times you just wanna be her looking at the stars or a sunset.
4. Those sisters of Keatyn's will BREAK your heart. Rip it out and bury it under a sand castle
5. You will want the next book RIGHT NOW
Posted August 14, 2013
This series was recommended to me by a friend and I instantly started reading it. You may think but it sounds "young adult-ish". While older teens will love it so does this 36 year old. There is family relationships, friendships, adventure, action, fashion, action, etc. Hurry and read it! You won't be disappointed.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted August 14, 2013
So now Love Me is finished do I want to sob; sigh; scream; stamp my foot; rage at Jillian Dodd in an email or calmly close my kindle, take a breath and tell everyone how phenomenal the fourth book in the Keatyn Chronicles is??!
Love Me is the first of the series which I have not finished in one sitting, and this has nothing to do with the quality of the story or Jillian Dodd's writing.
I admit there are several of Keatyn's decisions near the beginning of the book which I disagree with and I may have growled at my Kindle occasionally, but despite this I felt that throughout the story Keatyn's emotions are maturing. Whilst she is in this period of development Love Me becomes a much more tangled web than its predecessors and for readers on any specific 'team' I can imagine the story was torture!
For me Love Me scored because Jillian Dodd found a place in the story for old characters like Damian, Grandma, Grandpa, Gracie (sob!), Garett and hell, we are scarily even reminded that Vincent is creeping around! Yet, I never feel that Jillian Dodd's books are overcrowded, even though her characters have big personalities and most like trouble!
Love Me showed The Keatyn Chronicles just keeps getting better and that Jillian Dodd has no plans to settle on a Moon Boy for her female protagonist just yet!
I thank Jillian Dodd for providing Love Me as an ARC in exchange for an honest review.
Posted August 13, 2013