Love You Truly

Love You Truly

by Susan L. Tuttle

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Overview

Blake Carlton, the camera-shy son of Hollywood’s Darling, dodges the invasive limelight and scripted relationships that so often accompany fame. But when his mother’s popularity declines and she falls into a depression, he offers himself up as the next bachelor on a reality show, hoping to reignite interest in her career while creating a way for them to finally connect.



After her fiancé dumps her for her best friend, aspiring photographer Harlow Tucker is done with romance—until her beloved, disabled sister requests her aid to start a nonprofit. Harlow agrees to do whatever is needed to raise funds, even reluctantly costarring on a dating show with a notorious womanizer who distrusts anyone behind a lens.



As Blake and Harlow navigate the superficiality of a reality show, their preconceived notions of love are challenged. Deciding to trust each other feels like the ultimate risk, but taking that chance could lead to a love truly picture-perfect, worth both of their hearts.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781645262350
Publisher: Lighthouse Publishing ()
Publication date: 12/15/2019
Pages: 334
Sales rank: 874,510
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.75(d)

About the Author

Susan Tuttle lives in the Mitten State where she's a homeschooling mom of three and happily married to her best friend. Between raising her teens and leading the women's ministry at church, she finds time to write. She's firmly convinced that letters were meant for words, not math, and loves stringing them together into stories that inspire and encourage. Romance, laughter, and cookies are three of her favorite things, though not always in that order. Connect with Susan at www.susanltuttle.com.

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Love You Truly 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 24 reviews.
PianoLady831 10 days ago
I’m not a fan of reality TV, and have not enjoyed other books with this theme, but Love You, Truly is a hit with me. I loved the main characters – felt for them, rooted for them – and did not want lay the book aside to do other things. Susan Tuttle is an author to watch. In reflection, I think several factors combine to make this such an enjoyable read. Tuttle is a skilled writer who knows how to tell a story that engages the emotions. And the dating show is just the framework through which Blake and Harlow interact. Love You, Truly is really all about relationships – not only romantic, but sister/sister and parent/child. The very reason they reluctantly agree to be cast on the program is out of compassion for a family member. Blake thought it would make his mother popular again and prevent her depression. For Harlow, it was a way to gain the funding necessary for her dream – Wheels on the Ground, an organization to provide wheelchairs for children in need, “who blended into the fabric of their world, unseen because they were unable to contribute.” Best of all is the spiritual journey of both characters – Blake, who thought Christianity was fake, and Harlow, who discovered the truth of Ephesians 1:4: “He chose us in him before the foundation of the world.” That love was “giving to someone simply because you loved them.” Highly recommended. I received a copy of this book through JustRead Tours. The opinions expressed in this review are entirely my own.
Melmanro 3 days ago
Susan Tuttle’s Love You, Truly is truly a book full of all kinds of emotions. Against a background of a television dating show, Blake and Harlow work through a myriad of issues to get to their Happily Ever After. I am not a fan of television dating shows, but I enjoyed this book nonetheless. Blake and Harlow have both faced some hard things in their pasts and have serious trust issues. This provides a great deal of conflict in the book. Sometimes I felt myself gritting my teeth and wanting to slap one of them for their reactions, but considering the past stories, their reactions were realistic. Also, the way that Susan Tuttle can evoke these kinds of emotions in me as I read is one of her strong suits! I will caution anyone who does not enjoy reading about a relationship that begins when one of the characters is not a Christian. In the beginning of the novel, Blake is not a believer and is often a jerk. All I can say is, “Keep reading!” I am looking forward to more from Susan Tuttle in the future and recommend this book! I was given a copy of the book by the author, but was not required to leave a positive review.
Shopgirl152ny1 10 days ago
This was such a wonderful romance! I'm not into watching dating shows and totally agree with Harlow that they're so fake and who wants to date a guy who's dating all of these other women and making out with them besides! However, I loved that Harlow was different than the other women on the show and that Blake recognized that. As he was drawn more to her he pulled away from the other women and really grew tired of how they acted and how the show was manipulated. I loved Harlow's strong faith and enjoyed seeing Blake start to question his lack of faith and see the journey he was on, especially with the help of his friends, who were wonderful. I felt for Harlow living in the shadow of her sister's illness, not living life to the fullest so as to not hurt Mae and feeling like she wasn't special or chosen. The faith message was wonderful, that God chooses you and loves you more than you can imagine and that you can't do anything to earn it. I liked exploring Europe with Harlow and seeing all of the great pictures she took. It was so cool how she wanted to take meaningful pictures and make it a ministry. They were both great characters and I really liked both of them. Their banter was fun and romance electric and I appreciated that Harlow didn't want to kiss him and become just another conquest. Their love story ended up being so wonderful! Ill definitely be looking for more books by Susan Tuttle! I highly recommend this story if you like romance! I received an ebook from JustRead Tours. I was not compensated for this review. All opinions are my own.
Changed-by-Christ 10 days ago
I was a bit skeptical about this book at first because, for one, I don't read a tone of just romance books, and two, I didn't know how I'd like the "Bachelor" kind of thing. This book, however, surprised me in the best way. From the very beginning of the book, I was very much invested in Harlow's life, which I love in books. I was really able to feel with her and, while I did get frustrated with her at times for not really living to the fullest, I could totally understand why. The whole "Bachelor" thing (because I don't know what it's called) was actually really good! it added lots of romantic tension and drama and I absolutely loved the fact that they traveled. Blake was amazing too! I mean, what else can I say about him? I loved how he slowly changed as the story progressed. At the beginning, he was weary and a bit cynical, but he changed so much and that was fun to watch! While I love both Harlow and Blake, I didn't like their relationship quite as much. I felt as though there were a lot of misunderstandings that happened between them that could have just been solved by some simple communication. I understand that it adds some tension, but it got a bit tiresome and annoying when misunderstanding happened so frequently. That being said, I really did enjoy this book and I will definitely try more of Susan Tuttle's novels in the future. **I received a complementary copy from the author but was in no way required to write a positive review. All opinions in this review are my own.**
Changed-by-Christ 10 days ago
I was a bit skeptical about this book at first because, for one, I don't read a tone of just romance books, and two, I didn't know how I'd like the "Bachelor" kind of thing. This book, however, surprised me in the best way. From the very beginning of the book, I was very much invested in Harlow's life, which I love in books. I was really able to feel with her and, while I did get frustrated with her at times for not really living to the fullest, I could totally understand why. The whole "Bachelor" thing (because I don't know what it's called) was actually really good! it added lots of romantic tension and drama and I absolutely loved the fact that they traveled. Blake was amazing too! I mean, what else can I say about him? I loved how he slowly changed as the story progressed. At the beginning, he was weary and a bit cynical, but he changed so much and that was fun to watch! While I love both Harlow and Blake, I didn't like their relationship quite as much. I felt as though there were a lot of misunderstandings that happened between them that could have just been solved by some simple communication. I understand that it adds some tension, but it got a bit tiresome and annoying when misunderstanding happened so frequently. That being said, I really did enjoy this book and I will definitely try more of Susan Tuttle's novels in the future. **I received a complementary copy from the author but was in no way required to write a positive review. All opinions in this review are my own.**
Caitlyn_Santi 11 days ago
This is a great book by a new to me author, but to be honest I have mixed feelings about it, there were many things about it that I loved, but some other things that didn't work for me. I loved the heroine, Harlow. I really admired her strong relationship with Jesus and that even in her struggles as well as in the midst of the reality dating show she was not willing to compromise her standards! Before starting this book I didn't know how prominent a role the faith story would feature and I was so happy to discover that God is at the very center of this story. The faith journey is my very favorite part of this book, it was truly spectacular! While I loved the heroine, sadly I never fell in love with the hero, I think because he seemed to keep flip flopping from the kind sweet guy to the Hollywood playboy at a moment's notice and even though I understood the reasons for this it did make it difficult for me to trust him for a good portion of the book. Something else that didn't work for me personally was the reality Dating show aspect of the story, I did read the blurb beforehand so I knew it was a part of the book but I guess I didn't realize just how big a part of the book it would be. Like Harlow I do not watch any of these types of shows, I don't have anything against those who do but it is just not my cup of tea, and I think this is probably why the middle section of the book lagged a bit for me, though I greatly appreciated that the author made clear what we all know is true which is that reality shows are not really real and all the outcomes are controlled by the TV networks, and like I said before I was delighted that Harlow held onto her convictions amidst the drama and chaos! Though I did struggle with the middle portion of the book I absolutely loved the beginning and ending! I also loved the author's voice and writing style, she had me laughing and smiling numerous times, and I definitely look forward to reading her previous novel! Even though this book didn't quite become a favorite of mine, I definitely did enjoy it and recommend it. (4 Stars!) I received an ebook copy of this book from the publisher which did not influence my review in any way. All thoughts and opinions are one hundred percent my own.
BethErin 11 days ago
This book was a "one sit" read for me, I couldn't put it down! Wit, spunk, and attraction that sparks kept me hanging on every word and devouring page after delightful page of Love You, Truly! Although I'm not a reality television fan, for some reason I nearly always enjoy books set in those outlandish situations and this book is no exception. Harlow and Blake each have serious trust issues and neither dares to hope for happily ever after, especially with one another. Their verbal sparring is enormously entertaining from the start. Despite their vastly different backgrounds, I found both characters to be genuine and relatable. Themes of salvation, purpose, trust, and perspective take this story from entertaining to encouraging. I highly recommend this story and have purchased the author's debut to enjoy as well! I received a copy of this book from the publisher and was under no obligation to post a review. The opinions expressed are my own. 
christian_chick6 11 days ago
This book is so much fun! I loved the whole reality show aspect—and I know enough from my Bachelor-watching days to know that the behind-the-scenes manipulation is absolutely authentic! There's romance galore, lots of comedy, and moments that pulled at my emotions. I always cringe a little when the main romance in a book I'm reading is between a believer and a non-believer because, inevitably, the non-believer will come to Christ, and all will be well. (I'm generalizing, but you know what I mean.) The romance between Blake and Harlow sort of fits into that mold, but there's enough of a twist to it that I believed it, and it didn't make me scoff or roll my eyes (always a good thing!). Also, there's a conflict set up in the very beginning that isn't paid off until the end—and while Blake reacted as I knew he would, the resolution was something I didn't expect. I love when an author can surprise me, as long as it makes sense, and this absolutely worked. I definitely recommend this book to all the Bachelor fans out there—and I think that those who aren't fans of the franchise will love this book, too. Disclosure of material connection: I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book, which I received from the author. All views expressed are my honest opinion.
Anonymous 13 days ago
This is a delightful, clean romance. If you've ever watched The Bachelor and wanted to read a novel in the same vein, you'll want to check out Blake and Harlow's story. I definitely connected with Harlow's sense of her life not really feeling used even by God and felt drawn to that part of her storyline. I also loved the fact that she was a photographer, and of course the travel element is awesome. I did feel as though Blake and Harlow got away with a lot more than the producers of a reality TV show would let them (like would Harlow really have been allowed to just wander around the cities they were visiting on her own? It seems like the actual contestants on The Bachelor and other reality TV shows are kept under closer wraps). I found several of the side characters intriguing as well. I would love to learn more about the back story for Blake's two friends and their romance along with what the future holds for Harlow's sister Mae. (Harlow cared so deeply for her sister!) A recommended read for sweet romance lovers especially those who enjoy stories with travel. *I received a review copy of this novel from the author via JustRead Publicity. The opinions expressed in this review are my own.
CherryPie0420 16 days ago
I've never been one for reality television, and all the issues that are brought up in Love You, Truly are some of the reasons why. The "reality" portrayed is just an illusion, and despite what you see on tv, these are real people with real emotions, and I cannot imagine the pressure they are under with all of their words and actions constantly being put under a microscope. Love You, Truly gives us a glimpse into one man, whose entire life has been under a spotlight, co-mingling with a normal girl from a small town, both being thrown into a reality dating show, a program that neither wants to be on, but both reluctantly do for the happiness of a loved one. It is a charming premise that delivers on emotion, personal journeys of self-discovery, and plenty of drama. Blake is the token Hollywood hottie that is craving more than the superficial, and Harlow is the girl-next-door that is playing life safe, yet is tired of being overlooked and craves to be seen. I can totally relate to Harlow, and though her and Blake come from completely different worlds, I was rooting for them from the beginning. I do feel like the length of the novel was a bit much, but in saying that the story has a wonderful flow thanks to incredible writing by the extremely talented Susan L. Tuttle. I "truly" enjoyed Love You, Truly! *I have voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book which I received from the author through JustRead Tours. All views and opinions are completely honest, and my own.
Abby1219 17 days ago
L.O.V.E this story!! True love is hard and messy. It's looking beyond the outside facade and getting down to the very nitty gritty of someone. Loving them despite their flaws and being vulnerable ourselves to let them see the heart of who we are. It's scary and so difficult at times, but that's when we know that it truly is real. When we're not afraid to let them see the real us, to know that we are chosen by God no matter what. And when someone loves us like God does we know that we've found the real deal at last.
JeanneAC 3 months ago
4.5 I really enjoyed this contemporary novel! It is set within the world of reality tv, something that is not my normal choice for entertainment, but this can't-put-it-down story won me over right away. Susan Tutte is a new-to-me author and I will definitely be reading more of her stories! I loved her talented writing skills, authentic characters, humor and beautiful message of faith. She has created a wonderful, entertaining, and poignant story of two people forming a connection despite coming from very different worlds. The spiritual journey for both characters is a lesson in trusting in God for their ultimate good. I highly recommend this sophomore novel by Susan Tuttle! I received a review copy of this novel in eBook form from the author. In no way has this influenced my review. The opinions expressed in this review are my own.
JenniaAhava 3 months ago
Charitable and self-sacrificing Harlow has spent most of her life devoted to others, content to put her own needs aside or even last. While her passion is photography, she explains it away as nothing more than a hobby, instead investing the majority of her time into helping her sister start a charity to provide wheelchairs to children in need. However, Harlow and her disabled sister Mae encounter a hiccup when they learn the grandiose sum needed to begin their work. Enter Blake, handsome, reluctant to be in the limelight son of a once famous actress. Desperate to reclaim her spot on the Hollywood A-list, his mother convinces him to star in her new show that is very similar to the real-life Bachelor reality show. Unbeknownst to Harlow, Mae has signed her up as a contestant. Resigned to being a participant in hopes that it will ultimately get their charity off the ground, Harlow and Blake meet with their initial encounters fraught with judgement from both sides. Blake and Harlow continue to assume the worst of each other, leaning upon their prior experiences for interpretation instead of communicating with one another (a common trope in romance, done exceptionally well here). As a reality TV junkie, I knew this book would hit all the right spots for me and keep my interest. Both main characters are well developed without coming across as saccharine or too conceited. Instead, they acted naturally, and while their actions weren’t always desirable, they were understandable. The plot moves along as fast as a fastidiously-scripted TV episode, with just the right amount of conflict and introspection. Sweet, humorous, and fulfilling, this is contemporary romance at its best. Thank you to JustReadTours and the author for selecting me to receive a free copy. This had no impact on my review.
Sprinkle23 3 months ago
I adored every page of Love You, Truly by Susan L. Tuttle. With a reality tv show as its setting, the perpetual changes and circumstantial drama held my attention throughout the story. The amazing romantic tension between Blake and Harlow made me resist putting it down even when I should have. As soon as I finished the book, I wanted to start back at the beginning and enjoy it again. But it wasn’t all reality tv drama and sizzling romance in Love You, Truly. The novel has boldly-stated themes about how true fulfillment comes only from God, finding God’s purpose for one’s life, dealing with rejection, and feelings of inferiority. Both Blake and Harlow experience different types of loneliness and cope with it in different ways. It was a pleasure to find substantial character development in this contemporary romance. I recommend Love You, Truly by Susan L. Tuttle to readers looking for an amazing Christian romance novel. Seriously, it’s in my top ten books for this year. This was my first book by Susan L. Tuttle and I’ll be on the lookout for more! 5 Stars! Disclosure of Material Connection: I was provided a copy of this ebook by the author. All opinions in this review are my own.
Suzie_W 3 months ago
Susan Tuttle’s sophomore release does not disappoint. With an unwitting dating show contestant, a Hollywood stars son prone to headlines, and marvelous banter, Love Your, Truly is a story contemporary romance fans shouldn’t miss. Harlow’s kind and generous heart is seen through the photographs she takes and her actions that follow. Blake longs for a different kind of relationship than the physical ones he’s used to and, while skeptical of her character at first, he’s drawn to Harlow. If I could change one thing about this book (and for once, I’m not going to say I wanted more romance!), it would be more of a hashing out of the revelation Harlow shares with her sister. It would have been more well-rounded if Harlow and Mae’s mom and dad were included in that conversation. While the issue is evident through Harlow’s actions, it felt glossed over when the truth comes out. But, alas, books can only be so many pages, and the events that lead up to a moving salvation experience make this novel more than worth the read. Susan Tuttle is definitely one author I’m looking forward to reading more from. Disclosure statement: I receive complimentary books from publishers, publicists, and/or authors, including NetGalley. I am not required to write positive reviews. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255.
tiggeruoSO 3 months ago
This book was so cute I am not a huge fan of a certain tv show that this may be based off and so some of this I was I was thinking this my come off as corny or cheesy and that never happened. The author draws you in and literally keeps you sucked in till the end. I really really loved Charlie and Darcy they were like what friends are made of. I really like Harlow and Mae as well both very stubborn and independent women who shine with God's love for their life. I love how the author kept the relationship with God the first and foremost in this story because no matter what that's what important. This book is a good clean read. There are some tough topics discussed but well worth the read.
PickAGoodBook 3 months ago
Since I don’t watch reality TV shows, I wondered if I would find this book interesting. But let’s be honest, the cover on the book is wonderful, so why not judge a book by its cover? So I opened the book. It wasn’t long before I learned that Harlow Tucker’s disabled sister secretly signed her up for a reality dating show. Okay . . . ✔ So her sister was involved. Interesting. Why? Harlow is going on the show to please her sister. Her sister has muscular dystrophy, which is a rather noticeable problem, but it brings with it some psychological baggage for Harlow, which isn’t so obvious. Plus, the two are trying to start a non-profit to purchase wheelchairs for kids. This caught my interest. And the more I turned the pages, the more I wanted to continue turning them. ✔ Blake, the available bachelor, doesn’t really have his heart on doing the reality show. It turns out that he is just trying to make his mother happy. A mother who seems to be a master puppeteer who knows just how to work the marionette strings on her son. Okey-dokey, this is sounding more and more interesting. So the pages continue to flip. Both Harlow and Blake have come to the show with some fairly significant family baggage. But still, there is an instant spark of interest even if it’s sometimes hidden behind a facade. And of course, there are the other contestants on the reality show who are. . . well, a little too stereotypical in my way of thinking. Though I think perhaps they are more authentic than I’d like to think. There are a few twists and turns, especially toward the end, that makes this story quite interesting. It’s a story that will no doubt keep you turning pages. What Concerned Me: While at times I was excited that some great thoughts were being presented, the next minute I felt it was too preachy, and not in a subtle way. I realized toward the end that the whole book seemed to seesaw with the thoughts of excellent writing, then a bit overpowering with preachiness. What I Likes Most I did like that this presented lots of great thoughts, and it was inspirational in many ways.
Randi_AMDFT 3 months ago
Oh, what a fun and unique read this was! At first I must admit I wasn't sure what to expect from it. I'm not a big reality TV fan, so I wasn't sure if that would affect my opinion of the story. And honestly, it didn't at all. It might poke fun at the actual reality of reality television, but it does so in a way that I honestly think that those who watch it and those who don't will enjoy it just the same. It had all the makings of a good romantic comedy and I couldn't help but smile as I read it! In this story we meet two rather imperfect characters: Harlow and Blake.Harlow has dedicated her life to taking care of her disabled sister, putting her own interests to the side. Blake grew up in the spotlight with his actress mom, but as such had learned to keep his distance from those around him who always seemed to want another piece of him. From the moment they meet for his new reality dating show, sparks fly... though not always in a positive way! Their back and forth throughout the story kept me wanting to read on. It was humorous, it was fun...and it was truly a fantastic chemistry. Speaking of chemistry, for a Christian romance, it did seem like there was more attention than usual paid to the physical for this particular genre. Don't get me wrong, this is still very much a clean romance but there were many instances where bodies were admired, there was some pretty steamy kisses and even implications of going further than that. Again, it wasn't graphic, it wasn't talked about in any real detail, just more so than what you typically find in Christian fiction. As such, more conservative (or younger) readers may not enjoy that aspect of the story. Personally, I feel like in this story it made it more genuine. It also really allowed us to see the growth that Blake makes throughout the story, and to see God working on him through it too and that even more than the romance was absolutely fantastic to see. Overall, I really enjoyed this story. I look forward to checking out more from this author in the future! **I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher for consideration. All thoughts are 100% my own.
Anonymous 3 months ago
Susan L. Tuttle delivers another incredible read! This story is jam packed with butterflies, tender moments, conflict, and truth. I love how the characters come to the realization that they are deeply loved by their Creator and that they have a purpose. If you haven't read one of Susan's books yet, you won't be disappointed! I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book which I received from the author. All views expressed are only my honest opinion.
calamity_manda 3 months ago
I'm not one to sit and watch reality tv shows, especially not ones like the Bachelor or the Bachelorette, but I do enjoy fictional stories about being on the set of a reality dating show! Love You, Truly is such a fun story with great characters. I especially loved Harlow and how she doesn't get starry eyed when she meets Blake and signs on to be a part of his reality tv show. Both Blake and Harlow have their own reasons for signing on, neither of them believing they might find true love. This is such a lovely story to pick up! I received this book from Just Read Tours. This is my honest review and is in no way influenced by receiving a complimentary copy.
gatorade635 3 months ago
When you absolutely love an author’s debut novel there’s always a little bit of worry starting their sophomore release. Was the first book just a one-off? A one-hit wonder? But I needn’t have have worried with this one! As much as I loved At First Glance, I think this one was even better! First of all, Bachelor Nation is my guilty pleasure so I loved the reality dating show plot line! It was such a fun setting for the story! I loved Blake and Harlow! Neither of them have had an easy go of things and life left them both with trust issues. Blake grew-up in the limelight and felt like a commodity that people used but never truly knew. And Harlow grew up with a sister who had a debilitating disease and as a result her needs and desires always came second leaving her feeling unnoticed. Both we’re looking to people for things that only God could give them and I loved seeing their journey to discovering that. The banter/arguing between Blake and Harlow was easily one of my favorite things about this book, I laughed out loud so many times at their witty remarks. As for the romance, it was so authentic and real and I absolutely loved it. Neither of them had any illusions of actually falling in love and that made the way it slowly happened all the sweeter! They were exactly what the other didn’t know they needed. And the kisses (or lack there of), so perfectly done! Never has a kiss on the cheek made me melt into a puddle until this book and I’m still smiling just thinking about it! I was so totally invested in their relationship that I was scared right along with them, they both were fragile, imperfect people, and it seemed like one wrong move could shatter everything irreversibly. But Tuttle skillfully wove their tale, and though there was a lot of hard go through it was a breaking that needed to happen so that things could come together in a more perfect way. In short I loved everything about this book and I’m already planning a reread! I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author. I was not required to write a positive review. All opinions expressed are my own.
DancingViolet 3 months ago
This book hooked me from the beginning. I will admit that I was not sure about the dating show premise, but I found this book to be interesting, and the characters were realistic. I would give this book five stars, but the physical romantic descriptions were a bit too much for my taste. *I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book which I received from the author. All views expressed are only my honest opinion.
Tessaboo 3 months ago
I can’t say often that a fiction book has changed me, but Love You, Truly by Susan Tuttle has! I loved this book! It is has romance, humor, character growth, a fun storyline, and a wonderful message of God’s love. But, there is also a depth to it that totally took me by surprise. Susan Tuttle has such a way with words that she makes you feel the way the characters are feeling. I laughed and shed a few tears right along with Blake and Harlow. This story also has the most touching, tear inducing salvation seen I’ve ever read. I literally got chill bumps. In a word, the story is about love. Yes, it’s a love story between Blake and Harlow, but more than that, Susan Tuttle has shown the love of God beautifully. She has shown the fruits of the Spirit in action and I am praying this story gets into the hands of everyone who needs it- which is everyone! Love You, Truly is definitely one of my top books of the year!
irishniff 3 months ago
Even though I don’t watch reality dating shows, I couldn’t put down Love You, Truly. I absolutely loved the writing in this contemporary romantic fiction and I quickly became absorbed in the journey. I really liked the heroine but the hero took a little warming up to, for me. Tuttle’s flawed characters had quite the road to discovery. I especially appreciated the lessons of faith which were woven in naturally. The romantic scenes were wonderfully written and I think the humor added along the way was a great strength of this enjoyable story. It is definitely worth the read! I was given a copy of this book by the publisher. All opinions are my own.