Our Kind Of Love.
Publisher TSW Books
Publication Date:June 21,2014
Genre:YA Contemporary Romance|Drama
Source:E Copy sent by Author.
Reign is convinced that Nate is the perfect guy for her. That’s until Micah walks into her Mom’s restaurant looking for a job. Now Reign can’t seem to stop her heart from yearning for the guy with the mysterious sea blue eyes and melting smile.
Micah is all but perfect. He’s spent eight months in a juvenile detention center back in Colorado for his unintentional involvement in a crime. Now at nineteen and hoping to escape his ghosts, he lands a part-time job working at a seaside restaurant in Newport, Rhode Island where he meets the irresistible Reign.
He can’t help the way he feels whenever he’s around her, but she’s already taken and Micah doesn't want to disrupt her life or get himself in anymore trouble. But then his attraction for Reign proves too strong to deny, and Micah finds that he just might discover a reason to stop running.
First I wanted to thank Shane, for offering me to send me an E copy, in exchange of review. I’m glad that she did because Shane Morgan did it once again. So far, the books that I have read by her been breathing taking, addictive, memorable. Our Kind Of Love wasn’t any different, the second I opened the first page, I was hooked. If I didn’t have to work, I would probably finished faster than I did. Our Kind Of Love was real, at least to me it felt real, the characters, along with a story. It was a type of a story that I can actually see happening in real life. That’s what I love about Morgan’s writing, the way that she describes and portrays her characters, you feel as if you are there with the characters in the story. That’s how I felt while reading Our Kind Of Love. I felt like I was there with both Reign and Micah, going through all emotions that they were, I even wanted to talk some sense into Reign. To me, the story was magical. A story that I will find myself wondering about long after I come to the end.
Reign & Micah, first of all I completely love the names, especially Reign, a name that you barely see and that made it more unique. You can’t help but love both of the characters, I know that I did. How can you not? Especially Micah, he’s a type of guy that I wouldn’t mind getting to know better. I believe that Micah is type of guy that almost every girl dreams of. I saw how girls wanted him from moment that he appeared, Reign included even if she wouldn’t admit it at first. I could tell from start, from the moment he saw her even before he started working with her that there was some sort of connection between two of them. A connection that her and Nate didn’t have. Micah treated her like any girl should be treated, with respect. I was waiting for her to figure out that he was one for her. He’s the one that made her happy. Of course when she finally did, I couldn’t help but smile.
It’s not too often that I dislike character. Expect Nate was one of those characters that I couldn’t like, no matter how hard I tried to. I mostly tried to like him because I liked Reign and I figured that there must been something that she saw in him. Plus the way he treated her half of time, and how he tried pressuring her into sex, it was hard for me to like him. At same time I could tell, that despite all that he did love her. I just wished he showed it in better way, maybe then he wouldn’t lose her. All through book I couldn’t help but wonder what Micah did, to land himself in Juvie, in beginning of novel. I had feeling it would be bad, but it turned out not be what I was expecting, I just don’t see Micah the type to do something that violent. Despite his past, Reign stood by his side, now that’s a love that will last a lifetime. I loved how Morgan ended the novel. It describes both their relationship and them well.
Our Kind Of Love, is a story about friendship, love and letting go. It’s a beautiful. If she wasn’t already, she would be one of my favorite writers already. Shane Morgan knows a way to capture reader’s attention, she’s going go a long way.