Title: I Don’t Want To Talk About It
Series: Yorkshire Romances #5
Author: Jane Lovering
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Published: July 31, 2015
Publisher: Choc Lit
My Rating: 5 stars
What if the one person you wanted to talk to wouldn’t listen?
Winter Gregory and her twin sister Daisy live oceans apart but they still have the ‘twin thing’ going on. Daisy is Winter’s port in the storm, the first person she calls when things go wrong …
And things are wrong. Winter has travelled to a remote Yorkshire village to write her new book, and to escape her ex-boyfriend Dan Bekener. Dan never liked her reliance on Daisy and made her choose – but Winter’s twin will always be her first choice.
She soon finds herself immersed in village life after meeting the troubled Hill family; horse-loving eight-year-old Scarlet and damaged, yet temptingly gorgeous, Alex. The distraction is welcome and, when Winter needs to talk, Daisy is always there.
But Dan can’t stay away and remains intent on driving the sisters apart – because Dan knows something about Daisy…
Read on for my thoughts on I Don’t Want To Talk About It. No true spoilers, promise.
Have you ever read a story that simply destroyed you? Ever found yourself crying, almost uncontrollably yet impatiently brushed aside the tears that were blinding you so that you could continue reading? When was the last time you finished a story, closed a book and just sat still letting it flow over you as you came back to this real world of ours?
I’m not attempting to sound melodramatic – I am attempting to return from Winter’s world back into mine where words are necessary yet impossible to find to explain a story that could move me on so many levels so very much.
And strangely, I’m discovering that I do not want to tell you anything beyond the book’s description about I Don’t Want To Talk About It and that you can read at the beginning of this post or at any retailers who will be selling this novel on July 31, 2015. I don’t want to tease you by divulging some little tidbit to capture your attention. I don’t want to inadvertently give you a clue that might spoil the absolute joy of reading this story totally by yourself. Because this isn’t a story that you will read and then go on your merry way… this is an experience that will linger long after you close the pages.
What I am willing to say is that you will feel. God, how you will feel. You will smile, you will nod understandingly. You will wrap your arms around yourself convinced that you are able to actually feel physical pain from the words you are reading. You will know what devastation is. And you will come away with a different understanding of what love is.
Take what the cover description tells you about I Don’t Want To Talk About It and allow that to touch your imagination enough to pick this one up. Anything beyond that – you should be reading, feeling and experiencing. I highly recommend this story for everyone, no matter your preferred genre.
*I received an e-ARC of I Don’t Want To Talk About It from the publisher and NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. That does not change what I think of this novel.*
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