Book Review, Giveaway: The Truth About Love #3 by Anna Bloom 3

The Truth About Love #3

by Anna Bloom






When Eve Harris agrees to give billionaire playboy Cameron Wallis another chance, she didn’t anticipate finding herself in Paris living the dream. The chance to spend time with Cam away from gossip columns and the media is too tempting. But Paris isn’t the fairy-tale she envisaged and all too quickly, Eve realizes just how different her and Cam’s lives really are.

Will Eve be able to overcome her own insecurities and wade through the Truth About Love to get the man and her happily ever after?


My Rating:



My Review:


Every once in awhile I try to stretch my perusal to genres I generally avoid (such as YA) and while sometimes it works and I am pleasantly surprised, other times I am not so lucky and fall into an angsty cauldron of teenage drama. This installment of the series fell within the latter category as the heroine was just too immature and self-absorbed, which I find tedious – and a reminder of why I should not YA. But please don’t let my lack of taste discourage you; the story had interesting elements and heart-squeezing moments and for those readers who enjoy angst – it will be a treat.

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The Truth About Love Book I –

The Truth About Love Volume II – 


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3 thoughts on “Book Review, Giveaway: The Truth About Love #3 by Anna Bloom

  1. Reply Terri Wilson Aug 3,2017 6:52 am

    “fall into an angsty cauldron of teenage drama.”
    This is how I feel with most YA fantasy books I read. I try to remember though that I LOVED books like this when I was a YA. I think I’m just old a cranky now.

  2. Reply Katie @ Book Ink Reviews Aug 3,2017 3:47 pm

    I feel like Angsty Cauldron should be a meme. It also encompasses nearly all of the YA novels. But I use them as my guilty pleasure reads. Thanks for the recommendation!

  3. Reply Katie Aug 3,2017 7:41 pm

    I have to be in the right mood to want the angst of YA contemporary (the angst doesn’t usually bother me as much when it’s coupled with other elements like fantasy or being set 100 years in the past).

    Good review.

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