Title: Tell me
Author: Abigail Strom
Genre: Romance Contemporary
Publishing date: October 1, 2017
Shy bookstore owner Jane Finch grew up hiding in the margins of her own life while her vibrant, adventure-loving sister, Samantha, dominated every plotline. She’s made peace with it, unlike Sam’s business partner, Caleb, who’s always nudging Jane to go after what she really wants. Why should she care what blunt, brash Caleb thinks? They’ve never had much in common, except for Sam.
After tragedy strikes, they don’t even have that.
Caleb can’t quite remember when Sam’s little sister stopped being like a surrogate sibling to him and became just…Jane. She’s the most intriguing woman he’s ever met, and so much sexier and stronger than she thinks. On the emotional journey to honor Sam’s memory, the spark they’ve tried to deny becomes an inferno. This journey was meant to be an ending, but will they discover an unexpected new beginning?
I was going through a major reading slump… For a person who loves to read. There is nothing worst than a reading slump. I’ve read so many books this past month yet nothing felt right. There were times where I had this fear of not being able to enjoy reading after buying all the books you know your are going to like and from authors who’s work you’ve been obsessing about. Yes, to some that might sound dramatic but a fellow book worm like myself would understand. Yes they would.
Tell Me By Abigail Strom, re-ignited my love of reading. strong words, I know. But it really did.
Jane has everything I want… Surround myself with books all day long and own a bookstore. Need I say more?!
To be honest, I got really protective of Jane while I read this book. I mean, So what if her life revolves around her books? Who wouldn’t want to be surrounded by books and receive endless knowledge and let your imagination and creativity run wild?
Caleb and Jane were complete opposites. To Caleb, only what he touched, saw and tasted was real whereas for Jade, her imagination was just as precious as his love for action and adventure. Something I agree with wholeheartedly- Her thoughts and dreams were as real as the physical world.
Tell Me is a book nerd galore… something any book fiend would understand and love. This book makes the inner nerd in me smile like a banshee and scream “OMG!I want that!” or “I get you, girl!!”