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A Hundred Ways to Love by Ellie Wade

 

 

Title: A Hundred Ways to Love
Author: Ellie Wade
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: June 18, 2019

 

Blurb
Leni Turner
I learned very young that love has the power to destroy us
and vowed to never lose myself to love another. I escaped Texas and broke his
heart to save myself. Five years later, my dreams shattered, I’m on a bus back
to the place I never wanted to be.
Liam Moore
After years without contact, I find her green eyes staring
back at me, and I realize how much I’ve missed her. She doesn’t want me in her
life, but I don’t know how I’ll make it without her in mine.
Sometimes, the thing you’re most scared of has the power to
save you in the end. 
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Review by Paula:
I love second chance romances  and this one is amazing. This book is heartbreaking and angst and also so much love that I actually cried at one point. Liam is truly what everyone woman wants in a man. Liam made me swoon hard for him in this book so many times. Leni got me frustrated and wanting me to yell at the woman. But I understood how Leni felt throughout the book. Two people destine to be together but sometimes you just have to hope. 5/5 stars
Author Bio
Ellie Wade resides in southwest Michigan with her husband,
three young children, and two dogs. She has a Master’s degree in education from
Eastern Michigan University and is a huge University of Michigan sports fan.
She loves the beauty of her home state, especially the lakes and the gorgeous
autumn weather. When she is not writing, you will find her reading, snuggled up
with her kiddos, or spending time with family and friends. She loves traveling
and exploring new places with her family.
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