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Somewhere With You (With You #1)

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This is the tale of first and last loves. And those that come in between...

Jack Harrison is a relentless overachiever who leaves little in the way of compromise. A businessman to the core--he's hell-bent on being at the top of the food chain. After all, no one can trip you up if you're on top, as he likes to say. The problem for Jack is there's only one thing that continu
Paperback, 278 pages
Published April 4th 2014 by Hot Banana Press
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    May 21, 2015 Sophie rated it it was amazing
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    4.5 travelling stars

    Jack Harrison is a successful competitive businessman, but he wasn't always like that. When he was a little boy he used to be carefree and kind spirited. But the change began when he was 10 and met the love of his life, Amelie, who was 8, at Camp Hope, a camp for children who had lost a parent.

    "Roses are red.
    Violets are blue.
    My dad is dead.
    If you're here...
    Yours probably is, too."

    Amelie is a free spirit who has always loved photography. Ever si
    Kathy Wideman
    Apr 08, 2014 Kathy Wideman rated it it was amazing
    Shelves: romance
    This book is about a boy and a girl, their names are Jack Harrison and Amelie Rose. They meet when Jack was just 10 and Amelie was 8. They were at Camp Hope, a camp for children who had lost a parent. To Jack she was just a pesky little girl at first but as he got older she became something more. When he was 16 and she was 14 all she wanted was for Jack to notice her as more than a friend. The next summer it was Jack who was trying to get her to notice him as more than a friend. They wind up goi ...more
    Philomena Callan Cheekypee
    Apr 16, 2014 Philomena Callan Cheekypee rated it it was amazing
    I absolutely loved this book. Britney has done a fantastic job of this book. I was gripped from page one. The author certainly plays with your emotions in this book.

    This is probably in my top ten favourite romantic stories of all time. Jack and Amelia met when they were eight and ten. Britney tells the story so wonderfully that you can feel these characters emotions. 1-click this fantastic book and read about their adventures.

    I loved Britney's Bedrock series so much that I thought reading this
    Melyssa Winchester

    Title: Somewhere With You
    Author: Britney King
    Series or Standalone: Standalone
    Genre: Contemporary Romance
    Rating: 3.5 Stars

    ***Received an ARC of this book from the author for an unbiased and honest review***

    Somewhere With You is a standalone contemporary romance told in two parts, the first following the male lead Jack, and the second part, his love counterpart, Amelie.

    The premise of this story drew me in immediately. The idea of two people from different walks of life, having experien
    books are love
    Jul 25, 2014 books are love rated it it was amazing
    Such a emotionally beautiful gut wrenching wonderful story of two people who lose a parent and grow up together, fall in love but whenever one is ready the other isn't. jack though is always ready he just is waiting for Amelie. Amelie grows a lot in this book. She breaks Jack's heart over and over again but he is still there. He is her rock. Fate and outside forces keep them apart physically but they are always in each other's thoughts and hearts. Their love and devotion to each other propels th ...more
    Jennifer G.
    Apr 14, 2014 Jennifer G. rated it it was amazing
    I received this book as an ARC, in exchange for an honest review.

    I give this book 4.5 stars!!!

    I really enjoyed this book. Loved the characters, the story, the beginning, middle, and ending.

    I only wished there would have been more at the end about Jack and Amelie. I know it was a great ending, but still I wanted more. Guess you could say that I just didn't want it to end, lol.

    I also wish that they wouldn't have waitied so damn long, but then again; it gave them both time to grow up, experience, a
    Trista Baldwin
    May 31, 2014 Trista Baldwin rated it it was amazing
    Wow!! Another 5 star read from Britney. This book is so different from her previous two. It was a beautiful love story. Jack and Amelie meet as children at a camp for children who have lost a parent. Throughout their young adulthood many things have prevented the two from trying to become a real coupl, bad timing, different career paths, etc. These two endure so much together and kept me on my toes throughout the book. I was rooting for their relationship but had my doubts more than once through ...more
    5 Stars!!! (more if possible)
    4 Flames for Hotness!

    One of my favorite reads of the summer. I cannot express how much I loved this book. Fate sucks sometimes.

    This book grabbed my in the prologue. I knew right then it was going to be an emotional journey and I was not wrong. Please have a box of tissues when you read this. I highlighted and bookmarked so much of this book I think I used all the memory on my kindle.

    When I was reading this I could almost hear a narrator reading the story to me just l
    Melinda MacLean
    I always feel satisfied after reading a book where I can relate with characters on a personal level, it helps me understand them more. After losing my father, and losing him plus my grandparents on his side of the family to cancer, I wish I would have had somewhere to go like Jack and Amelie and just have someone to look forward to meeting. The relationship they have is a huge rollercoaster but it was amazing.
    Jul 23, 2014 WhiteZinBookends rated it it was amazing
    ****ARC provided for honest review***
    Falls Review: 4.5 Glasses of Pinot and a box of kleenex

    This is the first book that I have had to pleasure of reviewing of Britney Kings. Somewhere With You reminded me a lot of the book One Day (I actually loved the movie). I loved this book and the only reason I did not five it a 5 glass review was because of the ending. I started Somewhere With you around 2pm and finished it around 1am. It was one of those books that grabs your attention and you can't wait
    Patricia  Lee (A Literary Perusal)
    4 Emotional and Heartwarming STARS

    Amelie and Jack are two people whose souls are so intricately intertwined that it’s hard not to believe they are soul mates. But do soul mates really find each other at the tender ages of 10 and 8? This story navigates the highs and lows of life with and without the one person who knows you perhaps better than you know yourself. While time and distance could not truly sever what they share, their relationship spans a number of years, adventures, and life events.
    The Hopeless Romantics Book Blog
    Jo's Review Book Gifted for Honest Review

    Don't you just love it when you read a book and it ends up completely taking you by surprise? "Somewhere With You" was like that for me. It was my first book by this author and I wasn't sure what to expect, however I was not disappointed. This truly was a lovely story that melted my heart and I enjoyed this book so much that I'd love to see it made into a film.

    Somewhere With You follows the story of Amelie and Jack. The couple first met as kids durin
    Jul 15, 2014 Shay rated it really liked it
    I just finished Somewhere With You and I liked it. It's one of those stories about love, forgiveness, and second chances. It's a heartfelt story that starts at a young friendship. Jack and Amelie experience loss. No one should have to go through that in life but that is exactly It's sad and tragic but it's comes with rewards if you look at it at a different angle. You cherish the memories and learn from them of those you lose. For Jack and Amelie it's hard for them because essentiall ...more
    Amie Morgado- We Stole Your Book Boyfriend
    I knew I would love this book , a journey of friendship turned love starting in childhood , yup yup , just my kind of story !! I loved how the story had both POV's and both past & present. It was always clear where we were in the story and I loved the flow of it. At first I did question where it was going because let's face it a 10 year old boy and an 8 year old girl that only see each other once a year may not really have a great story. They had the connection of losing a parent but Amelie ...more
    Aug 21, 2015 Janet rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
    This is a story about Jack Harrison and Amelia Rose. They are each other’s first love meeting at summer camp for children that have lost a parent. This is also about last loves and everything that comes in between.
    At the age of 10, Jack loses his mother to cancer. Amelia, at the age of 8 loses her father in a car accident. The first time they meet is not your typical meeting, which is one thing I liked about this book. This is not your ordinary love story and is not all nice and neat. Life is m
    May 28, 2015 Lia rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
    4/5 stars!!!

    **Received this book from the author for free in exchange for a review.

    What a lovely book! Amelia and Jack’s love is unlike any other. Although Amelia’s character isn’t my typical favourite type of female lead, she is very hard to dislike overall. I like books that address the fact that just about anyone can be broken inside, even if it may not look like it on the outside.

    Jack meets Amelia at a summer camp when he lost his mother to cancer. Of course, when he first met her, she was
    Mar 03, 2014 Brandy rated it it was amazing
    *I received an ARC copy in return for an honest review. *
    To the potential reader do not wait on this one, it will amaze you!
    This book had me hooked from the first chapter, the characters are so raw and gritty and REAL that you wanted to cheer for them at times and smack them in the next breath. Britney has created more than a story but really a beautiful portrayal of life. You can relate to these characters and what they are going through. I found myself pulling for them individually and separat
    Brandi Reeves-Pearson (Saints and Sinners Books)
    Britney King has done it yet again for me. I don’t know how she does it, and makes a story and the characters seem real to me. Britney’s stories always touch my heart and every single time, they pull me in immediately. I couldn’t stop once I started, and there were so many times I got frustrated with both Amelie and Jack. These two will literally drive you insane some times. They met when they were kids at camp, and at first they didn’t exactly get along. But since that first meeting, they found ...more
    Red Cheeks Reads
    Apr 17, 2014 Red Cheeks Reads rated it really liked it
    When I read the blurb for this book I was very intrigued, I love books with relationships that span from childhood into adulthood. Somewhere With You covers a lot of heavy, emotional issues and shows a very real side to relationships. Jack and Amelia couldn’t be two more different people. Jack is a successful business man with his whole future planned out. Amelia is a free-spirited photographer who goes with the flow and doesn’t know what city or even country she’ll be in next week. When this st ...more
    Up All Night Book Addict
    This is definitely one of those stories that will stick with you for a while after you have finished it. The relationship, more like a ping-pong game, between Jack and Amelie is so frustrating and raw, it hits you right in the heart.

    Jack is a no-nonsense person. He knows what he wants as an adult. And, most of the time, it's Amelie. As a teen, he is much the same, except it's harder for him to recognize.

    Amelie is a free-spirit as an adult. She is more like a gypsy, never truly belonging with any
    Heather Schrader
    May 30, 2015 Heather Schrader rated it it was amazing
    A five star read.
    I was given a complimentary copy in exchange for an honest review.
    Jack Harrison is a business man and he's hell bent on being at the top of the food chain.
    Amelie Rose is a free-spirited photograher who has landed a job at one of the top travel magazines.
    This story will chronicle Jack and Amelie from childhood into adulthood.
    As fate steps in they will learn to depend on each other in ways neither of them expected.
    The will travel the world meeting in various places where they will
    Debi Barnes- Mean Girls Luv Books
    This book. THIS book. I can’t even put into words how much I just fell in love with this story. Britney King did an absolute amazing job sharing Jack and Amelie’s love story with the readers. From the first page I was completely drawn in and didn’t want to put this book down.
    Jack and Amelie meet at camp when they are young and over the years their connection grows deeper and deeper. But life! Life gets in the way.
    I think the author did an amazing job switching between past and present and time
    Heather Way
    Jul 04, 2014 Heather Way rated it really liked it
    Jack meet Amelia at a very young age in camp hope at first she drove him crazy. The. As he got older and she started to. Loom the beauty became much more.both have been through the loss of a parent and this story gave you a glimps of them growing together showed how strong jack was even when he was heart broken from the loss of his mom.
    The story was a cool look on both jack point of view and Amelia's point of view. They both loved each other but never could be enough for each other. They loved e
    Heather Way
    Jun 22, 2014 Heather Way rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
    Jack meet Amelia at a very young age in camp hope at first she drove him crazy. The. As he got older and she started to. Loom the beauty became much more.both have been through the loss of a parent and this story gave you a glimps of them growing together showed how strong jack was even when he was heart broken from the loss of his mom.
    The story was a cool look on both jack point of view and Amelia's point of view. They both loved each other but never could be enough for each other. They loved e
    Nikki Reeves
    Jun 28, 2014 Nikki Reeves rated it it was amazing
    This is the first book I have read from Britney and I was not disappointed. It's so hard to put into words how I felt about his book. There were so many emotions that I went through while reading. At times I was so happy and other times I was so sad and then at times my heart just melted and tears just ran down my face. I really don't want to give spoilers but the story between Amelie and Jack is truly amazing. You get to see them when they first met at Camp Hope since they had both lost parents ...more
    My Secret Book Spot
    Jun 11, 2014 My Secret Book Spot rated it really liked it
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    Somewhere With You by Britney King
    4 out of 5 stars

    Jack and Amelie meet at the age 10 and 8 when they are campers at Camp Hope; a camp for children who have lost a parent. They see each other at camp every summer for years and become friends, each other's fiercest champions, and eventually they become lovers.

    Their love story continues as they go on with their lives. Jack is a successful business man and Amelie is a photographer that travels the world. They come together only to be torn apart ti
    Book Addict Mumma
    Apr 14, 2014 Book Addict Mumma rated it really liked it
    What a great book. I really enjoyed this one. It's different from anything I've been reading lately.
    The story of Jack and Amelie spans of a number of years. This relationship is not an easy one to keep up with. This book is quite fast paced but it is well written so you don't miss anything.
    Through the ups and downs of their relationship they learn a lot about themselves and each other.
    There were moments when I really wanted to shake them both and there is mature themes in this book.
    Britney ha
    Romance Readers Retreat
    Jul 25, 2014 Romance Readers Retreat rated it it was amazing
    4-1/2 stars (5 for publishing purposes)
    I absolutely loved this book. It's one of those book about first love that you just can't put down. It's beautifully written, loved the way it started as memories and turned into the full past story where they meet and get to know each other and the second part of the book is the present.
    Both have had it hard and you can really feel for them, their pain and heartache and the dilema they go through. It does contain a scene of cheating but for some reason i
    Sheyla ✎
    Apr 05, 2014 Sheyla ✎ rated it it was ok
    Jack Harrison meets Amelie Rose at Camp Hope, a bereavement camp for children who'd lost a parent. Jack has lost his mother to cancer and Amelie has lost her dad. Over the years they become friends and later on fall in love.
    However, it seem like it's never a good time for them to be together. They each choose a path that separates them but they keep on coming back to each other.
    The question is will they be together in the end?

    Unfortunately, this book was not for me. I disliked Amelie. She didn't
    Jul 12, 2014 Marissa rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
    ARC Kindle copy for review

    Jack Harrison knew he was in trouble when he first met Amelie Rose at Camp Hope when he was ten and she was eight. They were destined to be together despite themselves.

    He is an over achiever while she was a free spirited person. She takes him out of his comfort zone as their relationship is always crazy. Despite their love for each other, they are always on a different zone.

    Amelie is a globetrotter taking pictures along the way while he is building his financial empire
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    “With us, there were always too many false starts. I believe that what's meant to be usually has a way of working out... and with us, it never did. Call it timing, call it fate, call it what you want. It is what it is. Sometimes in the end, the girl doesn't always get the boy--and that's ok. Life goes on. You know better than anyone that some love stories never get their happy ending... but it doesn't make them any less of a love story though, does it? It doesn't make the love the two shared any less relevant.” 10 likes
    “Sometimes... I feel like I can't picture him anymore. Like I'm forgetting him... I forget the way he looked when he smiled. The sound of his voice. The way his hand felt wrapped around mine. And it hurts so badly, Jack. It hurts so fucking bad. Sometimes, it's so painful I can't breathe. Like the pain just sucks all of the air out of me... until there's nothing left. I don't want to forget. I really don't. But I don't know what to do. I don't know how to make it stop. It hurts to remember. But it hurts even more to forget.” 2 likes
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