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Published by Self-Published on May 28, 2017
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Her name is Emerson Hart and she is the love of his life.
Unfortunately, he’s not the only love of hers.
And therein lies the problem.
Love My Way
By Kate Sterritt
Sometimes the Way has more than one path.
I finished Love My Way this morning and went for a walk with hubby. I was a little emotionally fragile. How the heck was I going to write a review explaining why this story was so good without telling why it was so good. So, I asked hubby. I gave him some ideas of what I was going to say and he was very against them ALL. Too much information, they don’t need to know that and how the hell will that help…were a few of his responses. So, I came home, decided to take a leaf out of Love My Way and sat by some water (backyard pool) with my laptop and let the water guide me.
Well, it was soothing sitting by my pool but not so helpful in getting the words out.
Hubby was not helpful whatsoever, no inspiration from water flowing…I guess I’ll just have to wing it.
Love My Way was an emotional journey. We are shown a path that looks right and set in stone become a path that leads to another. I couldn’t help but think we all start out with dreams and ambitions to follow a certain path. Bad things happen, good things happen…life happens. That certain path you thought was the right way, goes bush. You must then accept that the right way was the right way up till the point when it’s not.
Sometimes we deal well with our paths being diverted and other times we timidly walk, hoping that the new direction will lead to better things. A false start doesn’t have to mean the end, you just accept that it’s the wrong path and look for the laneway that leads you to the right way. This story is all about finding and loving the right way when one road ends.
Kate Sterritt is a wonderful author. Her words flowed beautifully. It was a pleasure to experience her words and see the story she’s trying to tell. Kate Sterritt is my kind of Aussie author. Love My Way is set in Australia but there’s no *A dingo took my baby*, *Dinky-di* or *throw another shrimp on the barbie*, thank goodness. It’s real. Australia has feral and dodgy people but we also have educated minds, artistic brilliance and style. Like many countries, we are made up of different cultures, beliefs and education. I loved that I felt at home reading this story.
I thoroughly enjoyed Love My Way emotional gut punches and all. I will definitely be reading more from this author in the future.