Review by Nina GomezRating: 4 stars
Synopsis from Goodreads:Alexis Sky Martine thinks of herself as the average girl-next-door that does what she has to do to get by, have fun and enjoy life.
She is madly in love with her sexy, drop-your-panties-at-first-sight, hottie boyfriend who is equally in love with her; more like downright obsessed. He treats her like she is his heart; like he needs her to exist; like he would do anything in his power to make her happy.
Lexi knows Landyn James loves her just as much as she loves him, if not more. Deep down, she also knows high school sweethearts aren’t expected to last, but their relationship is different. They are soul mates. Their connection is unbreakable.
What could possibly go wrong when you have love like that...?
What will the future hold...?
Only time will tell.
My review:The story of Lexi and Landyn picks up six years after they have graduated from high school. They are no longer together. At least for now. Landyn finds out that so much has happened since then. He is still in love with Lexi despite the fact that she has moved on. Or so it seems. Landyn must find a way to convince Lexi of his resolve to bring her back into his life. He hasn’t changed much. He is still as intense and possessive with Lexi as he was years ago. But things aren’t as simple as they once were and Lexi’s life is filled with new priorities which he must learn to accept. She must also find a way to forgive Landyn for his past mistakes. If they do find a way to make it through this together, they will have a pretty good chance at happily ever after.
There is no way I am overthinking this. This book deserves a good review because after a stressful overpowered week at the office, it was just what I needed.
Lexi, Baby is an enjoyable, quick and sexy read about first loves and second chances. Just when Lexi thinks she has it all together, Landyn comes back into her life. The intensity of the passion that they have for each other is undeniable. And as the situation has it, both of them have to maneuver through their current life to figure out how to build their future life. Throughout the story, there is a cast of supporting characters who add to its plot. Conflict points in the story are resolved very quickly, including a few lines related to an attempted abuse. There is no angst, no permanent pain, only the hope that a promise of love can last forever. That sometimes you never outgrow the love of your life. And that the bonds of family are strong enough to keep you afloat during the toughest of times. Can I tell you why I enjoyed this book?
Because when looking to get lost in a romantic read, all that, is just enough for me.
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