To Love Jason Thorn by Ella Maise

To Love Jason Thorn

Thanks to Tantor Media for giving me this audio in exchange for a honest review.

Olive has been in love with Jason since the first day she met him.  Granted, she was only six years old but she knew immediately that she was going to marry this kid.  Jason came from a bad home and spent most of his time at Olive’s since her brother was his best friend.  Unfortunately, a trajedy in Jason’s life forces him and his family to move.  Little Olive’s heart was shattered.

Fast forward to current day, grown up Olive who happens to be a writer.  Her latest book was picked up by a movie exec and now Olive finds out that the lead man will be no other than Jason.  Olive has mixed feelings about working with Jason but soon realizes that both have an attraction that never died.  Jason doesn’t see Olive as simply his best friends little sister.  He sees a grown up woman that he desperately wants to go to know.  Olive refuses to get her heart broken again and does everything that she can to stay away from him, especially being with him alone.

Very few books have the hero seeking the heroine’s love and affection.  I really liked the fact that this one did.  This was a funny light-hearted read and the character building was steady.  I did find at times that the author was too descriptive on issues that really didn’t require that much detail.  All in all  an enjoyable read.

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One response

  1. I have had this on my Kindle to-buy list for months! Thanks for this review; ‘hero seeking the heroine’s love and affection’ sold me to this book.

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