A Bookworm Review by Ana
Love Me Now
I give this book 5 stars!
Happy new release Fifi Flowers.
They say that first love will mark you forever and this book will mark you too. Love is never forgotten.
Have a look at the blurb:
Nick Granger, an entertainment attorney, immersed himself in work logging ridiculous hours and avoiding a social life. The only connection he cared to make was with a certain ski bunny he met on a Christmas break trip years ago.
Victoria Davine, once on the road to the advertisement world, found herself traveling a different path after life intervened. Content with her new direction, she finds herself decorating and improving other people’s lives while pushing her own desires aside.
When unexpected guests announce their plans to invade for the holidays, Nick must cancel his yearly ski trip and quickly trim his apartment for Christmas. Lacking the time or talent to make his place look homey and inviting, his enthusiastic assistant hires St Davine Interiors to save her boss. And once she meets the owner, Victoria, she thinks maybe she is exactly the divine angel Nick needs to bring him back to the land of the living.
It’s no secret to anyone that I’m in love with this author writing.
Fifi can make me fall in love more and more for her writing and I appreciate every day I had the opportunity to meet her.
I love the fact that Fifi focus so much on the details. I love being able to imagine a scene to the most insignificant detail.
“Love Me Now” tells the stories of Nick and Victoria.
Nick is a lawyer at his father firm with the responsibility for managing the business but that’s something he doesn’t want to do. He just wants to exercise and make their parents proud but things are not always easy. When he meets a beautiful woman in the sky tracks he can’t deny the attraction he felt for her from the first moment he saw her but that was some years ago and he wants to see her again but will it be possible after 7 long years?
Victoria has a decorating company and loves her work. She’s an independent woman and very sure of herself. Her life was not always easy but the odds made her the most amazing and competent woman that she is. But when she receives a call for a job she doesn’t imagine what awaits her. Can love survive a 7 year absence?
If you had had the opportunity of seeing my face when I finished reading this book you could have seen that I was amazed and speechless. The most promissory lesson that I took from this book is that when we really want something we should not give up until we can get it.
Love, persistence and family are so present in this book that will take you to tears.
I didn’t think this was possible but I was even more in love with Fifi Flowers writing.