Review: Love and Always by Sophie Jackson

Posted August 10, 2015 by Holly in Reviews / 0 Comments

Review: Love and Always by Sophie JacksonLove and Always by Sophie Jackson
on August 3, 2015
Published by Pocket Star Genres: Fiction, Romance, Contemporary
Format: eARC
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Fans of Samantha Young, Jodi Ellen Malpas, Jamie McGuire, Katy Evans and Prison Break will find Sophie Jackson's powerful love stories utterly addictive and unforgettable. Carter and Kat's story of love and redemption continues in Love and Always - a novella in the sensational A Pound of Flesh series. Theirs was a love that broke every rule. But the searing attraction between Wes Carter and Kat Lane was instant and impossible to deny. Against all the odds, this all-consuming love between prison tutor Kat and her dangerous, brooding student flourished and healed the deep scars borne by each of them. But as they face real life together and share the news of their engagement with those closest to them, Kat and Carter realise that they will still have to fight for their love if it is to survive forever and...always.Find out where it all began in the unforgettable A Pound of Flesh - and don't miss Max and Grace's passionate story in An Ounce of Hope.

My Review

Love and Always was a super quick read catching us up on what’s been going on with Kat and Carter since we last saw them. I felt like it was the perfect bridge between A Pound of Flesh, smoothing the way for Max’s story in the upcoming An Ounce of Hope (which I can’t wait for!). If you’ve read A Pound of Flesh and are missing Kat and Carter like I was, this will help satisfy your craving for them!

About Sophie Jackson

By day I’m a high school English teacher and by night I write stories about bad boys and the women they love.

I always loved reading. As a kid, my mum would take me to the local bookshop every week to buy a new book. I even created my own library on my bookshelf in my bedroom at the age of five! When I started school, I found that I loved writing too.

As I got older, I was never really inspired by anything to kick-start my writing. I had plenty of ideas, which I noted down, but I never actually sat down and wrote anything and always used lack of time as an excuse.

That all changed when three of my pupils dropped a copy of Twilight onto my desk at school. They begged me to read it, which I did, from cover to cover in a day. I devoured the other three books and then read them all over again. I was hooked. When I finished reading them the second time, I knew I needed more. I wanted to learn more about the characters, to see them in different situations and following different storylines. That’s when I happened upon FanFiction.net.

The talent in the fanfiction world is truly incredible, and I spent weeks falling down the ‘Twifiction’ rabbit hole, while falling more in love with the idea of writing my own. I was inspired.

I’m a hopeless romantic and a sucker for a love story, which is what I decided to write. A Pound of Flesh is the result.

Holly

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