Book Review — Blue Love by MJ Fields

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Book Review — Blue Love by MJ Fields Title: Blue Love
Author: MJ Fields
Series: Love Series #1
Publisher by: Independent
Published on: November 4, 2013
Genres: New Adult Romance
Page Count: 444
Format: eARC
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Tessa Ross tries to fight her attraction to bad boy Lucas Links. He is hot, arrogant, and has a sexual past that most boys his age could only dream of, (If they even knew they could dream of such things).

Lucas, the star quarterback seems to have it all, super star athletic abilities, expensive clothes, cars, and women who literally stop just to watch him walk by. On the outside he appears to have it all.

Tessa is a young woman who lives her life always doing what is right to make everyone else happy. She tries desperately to hold herself accountable to the demanding expectations of her family and everyone around her.

Is Tessa as innocent as she appears? Is Lucas just a spoiled young man who seems to have what every male, and female wants?

A troubled home life exposed. Past flings fight for his attention. While the only girl who Lucas ever dated connives to win him back using the only thing she knew held him to begin with. Does her desperation destroy a love he never knew existed before Tessa? A love bound not by his past or hidden secrets. A love of truth and depth. A love that knew no end regardless of tragic circumstance.

Blue Love is not your typical love story. It is a journey through your past or a story of one close to you. It’s our story.

I love this story line and characters enough to read the entire series one after another. That’s 4 books in 5 days (would’ve been 4 days but I do have other commitments like children hahaha). My two biggest issues and something that put off a fellow reviewer is: One when you begin the book in the first 3 chapters or so there is a jumble of different POVs all of key characters but, and this is my second issue, the editing hasn’t been done so the separate POVs are not segregated or defined in anyway making it kind of confusing and leaving you wonder exactly who is talking.

When you look through the jumble to the story beneath, and after the first few chapters, over look the occasional wording error and punctuation slip you see the story line find the connections with the characters and get a great sense of who they are. At first you may think oh its going to be a typical high school story, let me tell you now it is not. It’s complicated and twists come at unexpected moments, you go through highs with the character only to be slapped in the face of a devastation.

What I truly love, or I should say Whom I truly love is Tessa. No matter what gets thrown at this girl she finds a way to keep it together and make it ok for others. When she breaks through she is a hellion and funny and feisty to boot. You cant help but fall in love with Lucas and Tessa, loving when they do (and theres some scorching scenes between these two the anticipation is intense), hating when they do and hurting when they do.

In this story though you love them both you end up picking a team and I am way team Tessa. If you read this book for any reason or this series you have to read it just to meet Tessa and my favorite offsider Ben he’s so cute, cheeky and the loving boy next door, he’s so much fun and comes in at the perfect time.

It can be difficult but I highly recommend this book but be warned glance over the editing read the story line beneath at first it’ll make it easier to get through the beginning jumble.

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About MJ Fields

MJ Fields is the USA Today bestselling author of the Love series, the Wrapped series, the Burning Souls series, the Men of Steel series, and the Norfolk series. A former small-business owner who recently became a full-time writer, Fields lives in central New York, surrounded by family and friends. Her house is full of pets, friends, and noise ninety percent of the time, and she wouldn’t have it any other way.

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