Anywhere With You
She runs from anything that so much smells like love. And, well, as for Jack, he's always been a fan of the chase. Especially where she's concerned.
Which is exactly what happens when he proposes... to accompany her on a cross-country road trip.
A bet is made. True to ...more
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Jack and Amelie meet each other again after a couple of years and once again Jack is ready to chase her. Amelie as usual is ready to run, but there's a lot going on in her life without Jack anyway. Her life has taken a downhill especially when she messes up something at her work and somehow she's now tangled in a mess that she won't get away from easily. Still, would she be ready to throw herself back into Jack's arms for the rest of her life? Will Jack be willing to wait for her, even t ...more
Having loved "Somewhere With You", I was excited to start this one. I couldn't wait to discover what had happened to Jack and Amelie. Now, this story didn't quite begin in the way that I had expected it to. I was almost certain that when I had left Jack and Amelie at the end of the previous book, they were finally a couple with a HEA firmly within their grasp, however this was no longer the case. The couple were apart yet again, and I was completely confused to what had ...more
This story is about second, third, and fourth chances we give to the one person we love more than anyone else. That one person that drives us mad and melts our heart all at the same time. That one person who we cannot live without even if we cannot live with them.
Brittany King wrote a story that was so raw and emotional that when the story ended I wanted to cry. This story was absolutely beautiful. It was full of life struggles and realistic situations that keep us from see what ...more
Again Amelie and Jack both make mad, sad, happy, angry and nostalgic. Britney has such a way with words that she makes you feel eve ...more
“But you can’t stop a hurricane. You can only ride it out and then try to make sense of it all, once things calm again. And they will be beautiful again as soon as the storm has passed. They’ll likely be even better. Stronger. You’ll be more prepared the next go ‘round. And make no mistake there’ll be another. There always is.”
I had to start my review with this quote because Jack and Amelie are a hurricane that rip each other apart over and over. I honestly couldn’t wait for the continuation o ...more
The story as a whole is a good story. More back and forth between these two characters that I came to love. However, the characters in this book didn't feel like the characters in the first book.
We are moving forw ...more
I do recall feeling happy wit ...more
Can be read as a standalone (though , not recommended. Read On )
I liked the story. I really did. But I just kept feeling that I am missing something . All throughout the book, I was rooting for Jack and Amelie and it wasn't happening! Still, I felt something is amiss. ' Camp hope'? 'Oldest Friend?' ' He left her? When?' My fogginess wasn't cleared till I read The Author's note. '... After Somewhere With You....' I was speechless. I had asked for this book WITHOUT KNOWING IT WAS A SE ...more
This book made me feel so many emotions, angry, sad, happy.
I was pulled in from just the first few pages
Jack and Amelie go through so many ups and downs, it really was like a tug o war game...
They were childhood friends, that bump into each other years later..
They really grew as individuals while they were apart...
So this time around any relationship they could have will be a lot stronger ,, now they know who they are a individual . ...more
Anywhere with You, follows Jack and Amelie and their whirlwind romance. When we’re first introduced to Jack we could see that he loves Amelie, but because of some unspoken ...more
The beginning of Anywhere with You, Ms King tore apart the couple. It was hard to read since we spent so much time wishing for them to get together. The rest of the ...more
First, you will not be disappointed with this book. It may not lead you down the path
that you think you are going, but you will love it. It is gut wrenching and warm all in
one book. It smacks of real life. And not only do you get to follow these two in all their
ups and downs in life, Mrs. King takes you on an amazing road trip. Her writing is so vivid
that you can actually picture yourself there. I love all of her books, but ...more
With that being said, there are exceptions to every rule. I guess if you can write like a boss you can get a pass because this book is FANtastic. Like seriously one of my top 2015 reads out of the 150+ I’ve read this year.
The story draws you in from the get go. And it’s not like it’s not hot….just not as graphic - and for me to love this book as m ...more
Anywhere with You picks up pretty much where Somewhere with You ends. Although this is the second book about Jack and Amelie, it can be read as a stand alone. This is written in duel POVs but it flows really well and doesn't take away from the story, in fact it enhances it. Jack and Amelie can never be at the same point in life that the other is at. There is a lot of back and forth, but we know that they love each other the fest they know how. I love that w ...more
Oh this story drove me mad. I was telling my son about how the back and forth was driving me crazy and he asked why I was still reading it. The answer is so simple -- I needed to know what happened to the characters.
Amelie and Jack have been on and off again since they were very young. They refer to each other often as each other’s oldest friend, but they both want more and yet neither fights for the love they really desire.
Like others have reviewed, I was shocked that they were ...more
Subject: You're an asshole
Jack, from here on out leave me alone. Life is better that way. Amelie...
Subject: Tell something I don't know...
Dear Amelie, I can't It's against my nature...
Years pass without them sharing any type of communication. When Jack runs into her at an airport all of the feelings ...more
Anywhere with You picks up pretty much where Somewhere with You ends. Although this is the second book about Jack and Amelie, it can be read as a stand alone. This is written in duel POVs but it flows really well and doesn't take away from the story, in fact it enhances it. Jack and Amelie can never be at the same point in life that the other is at. There is a lot of back and forth, but we know that they love each other the fest th ...more
She lives in Austin, Texas with her husband, children, two dogs, one ridiculous cat, and a partridge in a ...more