Surviving Love

Surviving Love

by Willow Summers


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ISBN-13: 9781522953012
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 01/29/2016
Series: Montana Wilds Series , #1
Pages: 382
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.85(d)

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Surviving Love 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really enjoy the wordplay and fun that Willow Summers creates in her books. Real life can be hard enough and it is a pleasure to get distracted and sucked up into her fun and witty romance
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Its missing the first couple pages in each chapter. I feel so lost reading this book.
Kerri_Fitzgerald More than 1 year ago
I absolutely loved this book!  I love a good love story, and this one fits the bill.  I generally love everything that Breene writes, but this one  is in my favorite genre so it is ranking as one of my favorites over all.
Caseface28 More than 1 year ago
Surviving Love is a sweet read. If you follow KFB, you know that her female leads generally come with a whole lot of snark. Don't get me wrong, Sara has her moments, but she's also vulnerable. Life hasn't worked out too great for her, and now she's trying to find herself. Luckily, she also happens upon her BFF, Mikey, from her childhood. The awesome thing about KFB is that she can switch up her genres, and still write an enjoyable story. She hasn't disappointed me yet.
Donna_Hok79 More than 1 year ago
Friend zone Have you ever had a best friend move away and years later when you reconnect it’s like you start back up right where you left off.   Only it’s a bit different when your kid and then adults later.  This is a wonderful love story of two kids now grown reconnecting and changing from friend to more.  This is Sara’s and Mikey’s story and how after a horrible breakup for Sara and her ex-fiance she moves and goes to work at a Dudes ranch.  And it just happens that her old friend Mikey is works there.  Mikey has to try and get out of the friend zone Sara has put him into.  And there are several twists and troubles along the way.  Well written and very entertaining to read. 
DKincaid More than 1 year ago
This is where I wish half stars were available. I really want to rate it 3.5 Surviving Love is a cute story about a woman who's relationship has ended suddenly. Or did it? Maybe Sara was too busy sticking her head in the sand to see the writing on the wall. I'm going with that. Sara was difficult for me to like as a character. While I appreciate the author not over a sexualizing the lead male (as so many do these days), I felt that Sara regressed to middle school with her reaction to seeing him out of the blue. It was a bit too goofy for me to be able to grab a hold if and run with. I will say that the snippets of Young Sara made me love her... Older Sara was harder. I did enjoy seeing her grow and move on from Phil. And, I have to say, she is probably one of the most realistic female leads I've read in a contemporary romance. She is flawed; unsure of herself, lack of job security, and the need for validation from men make her very real. And bybgolly when it got tough, she didn't wallow. Sara swallowed her doubt and worked hard.  Mike is also a lead character you don't see very often - and that is more of a shame than anything else. He is kind, loving, devoted, and actually seeks advice. He made the story for me. There is one character that completely surprised me- Christie. I thought I would hate her and she ended up beingy favorite character. While this book is not my favorite from the author, it's still a decent book. Though it feels a bit rushed, the plot is solid and I enjoyed the story.