Book Review: Loved Like That by Julie Wright

Loved Like ThatTitle: Loved Like That
Author: Julie Wright
Released: September 30, 2013 (updated version of 2002 release)

Website: http://juliewright.com/blog/

Book Summary:

Does meeting someone when they’re a soul make you soul mates?
After being set up on one of the worst blind dates ever, James Hartman decides dating is hopeless and he should just stick to doing what he knows best—being a bachelor cop.
That decision lasts all of ten minutes as he comes across the scene of a car accident and finally meets the girl of his dreams. Granted, she’s dead when he meets her, and she doesn’t remember him at all once he resuscitates her. Does he try to help her remember that out of body experience or does he walk away from his one chance to be loved like that?

 

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FYI – This book was originally released by Cedar Fort in 2002. Julie updated and re-released this as a mainstream contemporary clean romance title in 2013. Religious references have been removed.

I met Julie a couple years ago and found her to be absolutely delightful to talk to. I’ve been wanting to read another one of her books since meeting her (previously read her book Olivia from The Newport Ladies Book Club series) and the cover to this one caught my eye. I could borrow it for free on my Kindle so I decided to start 2014 by reading it. It was a good choice.

Loved Like That was an enjoyable read. I found myself wanting to carve out time so I could return to the story to see what happened next. I ended up staying up way too late last night to finish it.

There were a few proofreading, editing issues that I noticed in the version I read but they didn’t stop me from enjoying the story. The story was somewhat predictable as most romances are but I really liked James and was cheering him on.

Recommended to those who enjoy clean romance.

great book

Rating: 4 Stars – Great Book

Content: Clean

Source: Borrowed from Amazon Prime

Purchase: Currently just $2.99 for Kindle. Prime members can borrow for free.