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    Do You Remember Us?

    At sixteen, Piper's mom wants to teach her core values and signs her up to be a camp counselor - to see how the other half lives. Not everyone has their life made and Piper quickly figures out that she's got it good. Fast forward thirteen years and Piper's settling into her new role as part of her father's executive team at his firm. She's destined to take over the reins of the company whenever he decides to step aside. She's 29, she's recently single, and she's roommates with her two besties from that long ago summer at camp. So what happens when her past takes a stroll through the lobby of her company? And why does her heart still beat as fast as it did when she was 16 and his? Poor little rich girl. Piper was entitled, privileged, wealthy, and didn't have a clue what it was to be anything but part of the 1%. It's not to say that the author didn't characterize her with a big heart, because she did... It's just that the entire story is told from Piper's perspective and it was extremely one-sided. It was hard not to see how her world was colored and seen with rose-colored glasses. For her, the glass was never half full because it should always be refilled. And because of her somewhat condescending and superior attitude, even when she was trying to be approachable, it was impossible for me to be convinced of this second chance at love she had with Kyle. I think I really needed something from him to bring it all together. I needed to see how he was able to overlook so much in order to be with her. I needed to see her grow as a person, as someone who would make sense with someone like Kyle. And because that didn't happen, I found it hard to invest. The writing was outstanding. It was easy to see why this author has garnered such a huge fan base with the floetry of her words. While this story wasn't for me, I'm sure it will be a big hit with other romance lovers. And I'll definitely be giving this author another try.
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    Good Summer Read

    I was first introduced to K.A. Tucker when I read The Simple Wild. It is one of my favourite reads of 2019 so I was super excited to receive an ARC for Say You Still Love Me. While second chance romances are not really my thing, I was intrigued by this one. A romance that started at a camp when they were teens? Ohhh! Sounds good to me....and it was. It was a little hard to connect with the main character at first because you are flipping between timelines. One when she was only 16 and working as a Camp Councillor and the other when she is a high powered 29 year old woman in real estate development. It was almost like reading two different characters. Once I read more from the teen years I started to connect a little bit more. I liked the older Piper just as much as the younger one. She was smart and successful in a career but still wanted to reconnect with Kyle no matter why he left so suddenly when they were teens. I enjoyed this book and it made me miss those years as a camper. A lot of fun times. I received an advanced readers copy from NetGalley for an honest review.
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    First Love Never Dies

    There’s just something so sweet and beautiful about first love. That all encompassing and consuming love that stays with you your entire life. Say You Still Love Me captured that innocence and purity so well, bringing back memories of youthful, carefree days. I loved slowly unraveling Piper and Kyle’s story. The book alternates between the past and the present and I loved the chapters at Camp Wawa and seeing their connection grow (and sadly abruptly end). It was heartbreaking to see them struggle to reconcile the past and attempt to find closure 13 years later. Wondering if what happened that summer left an indelible mark on the other as well. This was definitely an emotional read as the past comes full circle and hard truths are revealed. Some of the story played out exactly as I predicted, but there was a twist or two that left my heart hurting. This is my first book by KA Tucker, but her writing was heartfelt and poignant and I can’t wait to read more. *I voluntarily read an advance review copy of this book*
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    Sincere, intoxicating, and heartwrenching!

    Say You Still Love Me is an alluring, emotional tale that takes you on a journey into the life of the hardworking, intelligent Piper as she juggles a high-pressure career, a sexist coworker, an overbearing family with good intentions, the memories of one summer that changed her life forever, and the sudden reappearance of the boy who first stole her heart and then left her brokenhearted. The writing is fluid and intense. The characters are secretive, scarred, ambitious, and intriguing. And the plot is a wonderful, contemporary mix of life, love, coming-of-age, family dynamics, humour, heartbreak, privilege, conflict, and surprises that starts in the present, takes you back 13-years in the past, and ultimately finishes when the past and the present collide. Overall, Say You Still Love Me is another memorable, heartwarming, compelling tale by Tucker that once again has the perfect amount of mystery and romance to keep you engaged, enthralled, and invested from start to finish.
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    4 STARS!

    Say You Still Love Me by K.A. Tucker is a story of young love and a second chance at reconnecting. Two lovers separated by secrets are brought back together by fate after 13 years apart. The moments where I'm taken back to those hot summer days the h/H shared at camp were absolutely special! However, I would have preferred K.A. write a separate story detailing the couples' life together at camp because at times the flashbacks overshadowed the story and as a result their love in adulthood wasn't shown as much. K.A.'s craft is spellbinding for sure, making me wish I had a summer camp experience to reflect back on. Though this particular story may not have been my favorite, it was equally wonderful and beautifully written. With great characters, especially the secondary ones, Say You Still Love Me thrived!
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