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Love, Jane

4.28  ·  Rating details ·  32 ratings  ·  24 reviews
Jane always longed for security and thought she found it when she married Stewart. When stress takes a toll on their marriage, she hires yoga instructor Shana to help him, but finds that sometimes inviting a stranger into your home means they never leave.

Tossed out of her home and marriage, penniless, while Shana sleeps in her place, Jane is brutally attacked. With help
Published November 12th 2019
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Linda Strong

Jane is an abused wife. She's been hit, humiliated, and thrown out the door .. literally. With no money and only two boxes of personal items, she turns to her cop friend to help her find a place to stay and change her identity. She knows too much about her well known attorney husband and he 'will' try to kill her.

Within a couple of hours, he's moved a younger woman into his home.

Eventually she runs into her ex-husband's mistress and her infant at a sleazy little grocery store where the
Paula  Phillips
Nov 03, 2019 rated it really liked it

Those who follow my blog will remember a while back I posted a review on a book called Dear, Anna which I loved and reminded me of the TV show How to Get Away with Murder. Well in Dear, Anna - Medeia meets a kindred soul at the gym who helps her get to the point she needs to be at. That person was Jane and we catch glimpses of Jane's past in Dear, Anna. Now Katie has decided to write Jane's story leading up to the first meeting of Medeia in the gym and how Jane became Jane Voss. As readers of
Nov 13, 2019 rated it really liked it
Thank you to the author for an advanced copy. I voluntarily reviewed this book. All opinions expressed are my own.

Love, Jane
By: Katie Blanchard

Would you help the woman who stole your husband? Jane was once married to Stewart. He was abusive and eventually tossed Jane out for another woman, Shana. Time passes, and some things happen that I will not get into right now. One day, Jane runs into Shana, and Shana asks Jane for help because, of course, Stewart is abusing her. Honestly, I do
Sara ✨ Next Book Review Blog ✨
I've been giddy thinking about Jane getting her own story. It is not necessary to read Dear Anna before reading Love, Jane; the two stories aren't exactly connected to reach other. I will say that I loved both novels and if you like a good story where the average woman finds her inner strength to break free from years of abuse and turmoil than I'd highly recommend reading both books. I would love if this empowering series continued on with more people getting just what they deserve!!

I really
Joyce Stewart Reviews
Nov 11, 2019 rated it really liked it
Katie Blanchard
Mystery & Thrillers , Women's Fiction
Pub Date :Nov 12 2019
217 pages

Katie Blanchard author of dear Anna comes through again with another story about domestic violence. I was fortunate enough to read and Arc of dear Anna and I fell in love with it .So when I saw that Katie Blanchard had another book I just had to read it. We meet Jane in Dear Anna and by the end of the book I very much wanted to read Jane's story.
I struggled with the first few chapters of Love Jane. I found
Nov 08, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Love Jane, is Another wonderful book written by Katie Blanchard, I was given this book to read for an honest review... and I absolutely love books by this author.. I read Dear Anna. and I couldn't wait for this book 2 come out.
Ramona owns the hotel . Where Jane works she is the one who takes in the women who need help getting off the street and she puts them to work gives them a job something that they desperately need... Jane ends up friending Shawna her exes new wife... not something she
Annie McDonnell
Nov 12, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Katie Blanchard does it again with “Love, Jane”!

We all met the steadfast Jane Voss in “Dear Anna” and now we are afforded the opportunity to learn her backstory. It is not often that an author takes us on this journey and what an awesome idea this is. I found it to be not only super exciting, but; realized how truly powerful learning her history was.

The theme that runs vibrantly through this novel is that “Girls Stick Together” bleeds into (or out of) “Dear Anna”. That is the beauty of
Nov 04, 2019 rated it it was amazing
I admired Jane from when I was first introduced to her in Dear Anna. So to say I was excited when I saw we were going to know her story was an understatement. You definitely need to read Dear Anna first to experience the air of mystery surrounding Jane. In Dear Anna, Jane is so intriguing and in the end you want to know more about her because throughout the book she drops little breadcrumbs of her past. Love, Jane gives you all the answers we were hoping for. I could not put it down. This was a ...more
Leanna Marie
Nov 24, 2019 rated it liked it
Jane was an abused wife. With the help of others, some good and some bad, she has now put her life back together after her abusive ex-husband Stewart kicked her out to be with his younger, pregnant mistress, Shana.

The book starts off strong as we learn about Jane's new life, her job at a motel, and Ramona and Billy, the woman and policeman who have helped her get through it all. She is now stronger and more confident, enough to even get into a new relationship with Billy, who saves her when
Dawn Byers
Nov 05, 2019 rated it really liked it
I was given this book by NetGalley for an honest review -
Jane marries a rich man whom she believes she loves but it doesn't take long before she finds herself abused. All the time of course - he says its her fault.
Then he discovers a younger woman and she is thrown to the curb.
She finds herself almost killed and followed. Does he have a hit out on her?
His new wife Shana finds herself being abused and wants out.
She asks Jane for help - Will Jane be able to help her?
Melody Massacre
Nov 11, 2019 rated it really liked it
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Love, Jane Arc Review

If you have read Dear, Anna then you will know who Jane is if not your missing out but hey you could read this and then Dear, Anna either way these books are a must read.
Love, Jane is Jane’s story about after years of physical abuse Jane found herself kicked to the curb by her abusive husband once he decided to knock up his mistress and marry her. It’s about how she has grown since then and the danger that she is still in even after she escapes the grips of her abuser. Jane
Nov 18, 2019 rated it really liked it
I can’t believe I just survived this book! It’s a heartbreaking story but in the perfect way.

After been kicked out by her abusive husband, Jane is finally rebuilding her life from scratch. With the help of Ramona and Billy, her two saviors, she survives the attack of and strange man the night her husband replaced her with his new mistress. But she can’t move on yet, the police can’t find the maniac driver and she has to change her identity and hide until then. When old ghosts of her past keep
Emma Bernard
Nov 08, 2019 rated it really liked it
Love, Jane by Katie Blanchard is a story about a woman rebuilding her life after being abused by her wealthy ex-husband, Stewart. Jane has started a new life as a single and almost broke woman since she was thrown out of her abuser's home. Ironically, Jane hired a young yoga instructor, Shana, to help her ex with his cardiac issues. Eventually, Jane was tossed aside in favor of Shana. Upon leaving her home, Jane is brutally attacked but is saved with the help of police officer Billy, who becomes ...more
Nov 27, 2019 rated it really liked it
Jane is an abused wife. She is hit, humiliated and literally thrown out the door. With nothing left but two boxes of personal items, she turns to her cop friend to save her. Also her world starts to crumble around her, Jane has to decide whether to put herself first or dive back into the darkness to help others.

A heartbreaking, but wonderful book. It does have a trigger warning attached - and while it doesn’t directly talk about abuse, it does reference it on numerous occasions. You will fall
Messy Bun Book Blog
Nov 12, 2019 rated it it was amazing
I feel like I was just taken on a crazy journey with Jane. Jane's abusive husband, Stewart, has replaced her with a "newer model", and Jane finds herself living in a motel. Soon Shana (the new wife) ends up there and they become unlikely friends. Suddenly the people close to Jane start dying & she's not sure who to trust.
I don't know exactly what to write without giving away spoilers, but this story will draw you in & keep you trapped until you get to the ending!! It was such an amazing
Serena Soape
Nov 07, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Wow, just Wow!!!!!

What can I say????

I finished this gripping thriller in one day and was totally enthralled from the very beginning.

I was literally sitting on the edge of my seat wondering what was going to happen next !!! The twists in this novel were mind-blowing!!!

This was a fantastic read!!! I cannot wait for the next book!!!!

I received this book from the author in exchange for fair and honest review.
Nov 05, 2019 rated it really liked it
Shelves: arcs
It’s actually a 3.75 stars. It lost .25 because of the excessive detail. Minor detail though.
I loved reading about Jane in Katie’s other book Dear Anna. She seemed so bad ass because of all that happened to her.
This time around we go back in time and see how she was helped by Ramona her best friend.
The crap this woman endured while married to the ass Stewart and how ruthlessly he replaced her.
Loved every minute! It was awesome!
One little side note... it was too detailed. Less detailing
Cristie Underwood
Nov 11, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: kindle
I enjoyed this book immensely! It was full of suspense and was a great follow up to Dear, Anna. I highly recommend it!
Margaret Duke-Wyer
Our protagonist is Jane and we quickly learn that she was forced out of her marital home (which was in fact a mansion) when Stewart her husband has formed a relationship with Shana, the woman Jane hired to teach him yoga to relieve his stress. Not only has he gone for the younger model who he has impregnated but he has thrown Jane out on the street with nothing, and he has left her defenceless against the driver who wants to kill her. It is only down to Billy a policeman that she survives.

Amy Stephens
Nov 17, 2019 rated it it was amazing
When I first discovered Katie Blanchard's Dear Anna, I knew I'd found an author that I would grow to love. There was just something about her writing, the way she lured you into her story, and the way she left you feeling when you were done reading.

Well, I'm here to tell you, Blanchard has done it again with her latest, Love, Jane. Jane was a character I'd met before and couldn't wait to read about again. Psychological thrillers aren't typically my kinds of reads, but the way Blanchard's
Denise  Satin
Nov 14, 2019 rated it it was amazing
This is my second book that I have read by this author. Again, this author delivers another fantastic book. In Love, Jane, we find a woman named Jane who is married to a very wealthy lawyer who constantly beats her up and than blames it on his stress in life, blah, blah blah. She land up being beat up to a point where she can no longer have children. She highers this woman who says she can help with his stress and before Jane can blink an eye she is thrown out of her house, replaced by the woman ...more
Agnes (BeaderBubbe)
Nov 25, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: five-stars, netgalley
Jane longed for security, something her childhood never afforded her. She found it and love being Stewart’s wife. When she hired Shana to help him with his stress, though, Jane found out that sometimes inviting a stranger into your home means they never leave.

This is the second book I have read by Katie Blanchard and love her stories, her writing and look forward to another book by her. The book covers domestic abuse although not graphic you come to hate Jane's husband, Stewart. Besides getting
Sam Burrows
Nov 24, 2019 rated it it was amazing
A well written book. Jane, an abused wife of a rich powerful man, is kicked out of her home so he can move his latest, much younger model in. He's all heart though and orders her a taxi this is just the beginning of her nightmare. Perhaps being beaten by your husband is not so bad ....... The author pulls you in with her descriptions of all the characters, done in such a way that I could picture each one and recognise some traits of people I know. The ending wasn't. What I expected.

Thank you
Dec 07, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Oh. Oooohhhh. How fun I didnt put two and two together. I love the unexpected. Very clever. This is a thrilling and crazy journey. 5++++stars!!!!
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