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Life is a mixed bag for Piper CallowayOn the one hand she’s a twenty nine year old VP at her dad’s multibillion dollar real estate development firm and living the high single life with her two best friends in a swanky downtown penthouse On the other hand she’s considered a pair of sexy legs in a male dominated world and constantly has to prove her worth Plus she’s stuck seeing her narcissistic ex fianc. If I ve said it once then I ve said it one thousand times KA Tucker knows how to write a romance that is eual parts steamy chemistry and female empowerment It s not fair to try and compare different romance novels to an end of stating which types of stories are worthy than others and you ll never find me shaming readers for whatever form of storytelling they choose to enjoy but within the sliver of sub genre that this author chooses to write she is in the top of her class Upon closing out the final pages of one of her novels I always feel like I ve bettered myself by experiencing life from a POV that is different than my own The amount of empathy Kathleen can evoke in this reader is uite extraordinary and I d like to invite you to check out her latest novel Say You Still Love Me if you enjoy NA romance and are searching for one that s well doneIt s a tale as old as time girl who comes from a well off family falls for a boy who her parents do not approve of Summer love as camp counselors ends in heartache for girl yet 13 years later life presents a second chance for these lovebirds I m sure you read this promptly rolled your eyes and thought I ve read this story a hundred times and you d be right SYSLM is based on an age old cliche and whether or not it was due to the comfort and familiarity of the trope or the author s talent at adding her uniue flair it was the perfect formula for a 5 star romance Timing is everything and I m a sucker for second chance love stories but the depth of the characters connection is felt throughout and I adored how Tucker convinced me to adore Piper as an individual first and then built on my respect of her character before adding in the romance element If you enjoy the nostalgia of summer camp tender young love and a renewed hope that there is some good left in the world do yourself a favor and add Say You Still Love Me to your late summer TBR I don t know how I ll wait patiently for the author s next novel but I do know one thing it will be worth every painful moment of delayed gratification

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Say You Still Love Me

é a fellow VP on the other side of her glass office wall every dayThings get exponentially complicated for Piper when she runs into Kyle Miller the handsome new security guard at Calloway Group Industries and coincidentally the first love of her lifeThe guy she hasn’t seen or heard from since they were summer camp counsellors together The guy from the wrong side of the tracks The guy who apparently doesn’. I was living for the summer camp nostalgia in this because it took me right back to when my husband and I met as camp counsellors in the USA over 15 years ago Piper a 29 year old successful and feisty vice president at her fathers multimillion dollar company is being groomed to take over is loving the single life but constantly has to prove her worth in a male dominated industry Then she bumps into Kyle Miller who was her first love 13 years previously She hasn t heard from him since they were summer camp counsellors together and he broke her heart Why is he suddenly back in her life and why is he pretending that he doesn t know herAh I really enjoyed this cute second chance romance which was written on a dual timeline so also had flashback chapters to the couple when they first met and experienced first love at a summer camp I will admit that my fond memories of falling in love at the summer camp where I worked for two summers did colour my experience of this as it bought back memories that I haven t thought about in years It was fun sweet and I stayed up way too late reading itI obviously really loved the flashback chapters for sentimental reasons The setting of the summer camp the young impulsive nature of the characters the adorable first love where you have butterflies when you see each other cant stop thinking about each other make any excuse to be near each otherah those were the days ha haHowever I did also enjoy the present tense chapters where Piper had to be tough in a male dominated business She was so strong and hard working and I liked her a lot I did wish that we saw of Kyle in the present as I enjoyed seeing them reconnectWas this predictable and cheesy YEP Did I care A big fat nope I was grinning as I read it and was on a high chasing my HEA This story was nothing that you won t have seen before A classic story of rich girl meets boy from the wrong side of the tracks who her parents hate Sprinkle in a little tragic backstory and throw them together again 13 years later and voil I did think the characters were a little young in the flashbacks as on my camp the 16 year olds were SIT s staff in training and you had to be 1819 to be a full counsellor I was 21 and 23 when I worked as a camp counsellor but had I been 16 then I m sure I would ve been getting up to no good just like these characters did lol The age of the character s when they first met did give this a bit of a YA feel to it thoughUsually I despise insta love and the like buuuut camp is a strange place You all spend all day an night with these people in a little bubble for the whole summer and you forget about reality they become your family and it s so intense You can definitely get swept away in your feelings The difference between this book and my life is that this couple were separated with many secrets but my husband and I decided to get to know each other in real life first long distance seeing each other at weekends and then fully as we moved in together We ve always been open and honest and our story certainly doesn t have all of the twists that this story does but then that s why it s not in a book I guessSo this was a fun uick read that would appeal to people who have been to summer camp either as a camper or as a counsellor It isn t the deepest tale but it was full of love and hope and I was in the mood for that Great as a light beach read or for snuggling under the duvet with I m not sure it was better than The Simple Wild but it was certainly an improvement on Until It Fades I will definitely be checking out of this author s books when I need a good romance to lift my spirits because this one put a real smile on my face

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T even remember her namePiper may be a high powered businesswoman now but she soon realizes that her schoolgirl crush is not only alive but stronger than ever and crippling her concentration What’s despite Kyle’s distant attitude she’s convinced their reunion isn’t at all coincidental and that his feelings for her still run deep And she’s determined to make him admit to them no matter the conseuences. I adored The Simple Wild so Say You Still Love Me had some pretty big shoes to fill and wow did it just not This book was SO bland I can t even believe this was written by the same person who wrote one of my favorite romances of all time I never ever felt like there were any stakes and I honestly could not have cared less about ANY of the characters Also did 95% of the sexy scenes in this book need to happen while the characters were underage This was just messy y all I m SAD


10 thoughts on “Say You Still Love Me

  1. says:

    3 whyyyyy whhyyyyy whyyyy can’t I find a proper loveable edgy twisty but also tear jerking pant melting romance for so long my favorite writers got me disappointed over and over again starsList started to get l

  2. says:

    If I've said it once then I've said it one thousand times KA Tucker knows how to write a romance that is eual parts steamy chemistry and female empowerment It's not fair to try and compare different romance novels to an end of stating which types of stories are worthy than others and you'll never find me shaming readers for whatever form of storytelling they choose to enjoy but within the sliver of sub genre that this au

  3. says:

    for those needing a new go to NA romance author who writes stories with great authenticity and female empowerment then look no further k a tucker is your girl this is not my first 5 star rating for one of her books but its definitely my favourite one by far if you know me you know im an absolute sucker for both

  4. says:

    35 stars Say You Still Love Me is the perfect summer read It made me wish I had gone to a summer camp as a teen It was a great blend of young love and adult romance Kyle and Piper met as camp counselors one summer when they were teenagers and it was love at first site These two were from different sides of the

  5. says:

    4 Second Chance at Love StarsThis story was adorable It kept me up way past my bedtime because I just had to read through to the happy ending I was in that kind of mood Piper Calloway is 29 smart beautiful rich and being groomed to take over her father's multibillion dollar real estate development firm Sounds like she has it all right? Well looks can be deceiving because she is also single having recently bro

  6. says:

    I was living for the summer camp nostalgia in this because it took me right back to when my husband and I met as camp counsellors in the USA over 15 years ago 😍 Piper a 29 year old successful and feisty vice president at her fathers multimil

  7. says:

    I adored The Simple Wild so Say You Still Love Me had some pretty big shoes to fill and wow did it just not This book was SO bland I can't even believe this was written by the same person who wrote one of my favorite romances of all time I never ever felt like there were any stakes and I honestly could not have

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  9. says:

    Ugh too darn cute I got a good dose of character development enjoyable plot an adorable second chance romance story with a summer camp as the

  10. says:

    We starrrt at 5 stars I read it didn't I?1 star for the bitter sweet plot 1 star for the brainless shit the characters do1 star for the all around happy ending apart from Eric of course dreadful situation1 star nicely cut heroes the 'Now' part the 'Wawa' camp was largely 'ewwww' for me 1 star for clichees1 star for the feminist vibes1 star for a decent take on corporations clockwork and challenges of flexibi