Learning to Love

Learning to Love

by Jennifer Wilck

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BN ID: 2940161918258
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Publication date: 11/28/2018
Series: Serendipity
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 164,180
File size: 508 KB

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Learning to Love 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
NNLight 4 days ago
Dina is a whip-smart librarian who loves nothing more than spending an evening at home with a good book. When she gets a flat tire, an overly confident man tries to help her. Mr. Flashypants, as she calls him, doesn’t go away and in fact pops up when she least expects it. The more she’s around him, she higher her insecurities ramp up. Is he just pretending to date her to please his father or could this relationship be something more? Adam works for his father’s law firm but after legal documents disappear and he becomes a piranha, his life falls apart. What he wants in life and what he is living are far apart. The only bright spot is the pretty librarian who occupies his thoughts far too often. She’s his exact opposite but maybe her blunt honesty is exactly what he needs. Can he see past the physical and open himself to love? Or will his childhood scars keep him from learning to love? This is my first Jennifer Wilck book and I loved every minute of it. Her descriptive narration makes the characters and the scenery come alive. You feel for both Dina and Adam. Their slow-burning romance is worth all the angst and misunderstandings. It’s realistic while still tugging at the heartstrings. My favorite parts had to be the faith-filled moments where she describes Dina’s love for Temple and her Jewish faith. I’m not Jewish but my spirit conjoined with Dina’s during those scenes. Beautiful without being overbearing. If you’re a fan of realistic romances with all the feels, you’ll fall in love with Learning to Love. Highly recommend! Disclaimer: I received a copy from the author in the hopes I'd review it. Favorite Character/Quote: Dina. I connected with her right away. She’s bookish, honest and not model-thin. The more I read, the more I loved her. Every emotion she experienced, I went through as well. By the end of the book, I was sure I wanted her and I to be best friends. My Rating: 5 stars