Thursday Book Review: “I Don’t Want to Talk About It”

One of Choc Lit’s most recent releases, I Don’t Want to Talk About It by Jane Lovering, has received a ton of great reviews! We’re excited to share a few with you this week. Keep reading to see what readers think about I Don’t Want to Talk About It, and to learn more about the mysterious contemporary romance! 

I Don’t Want to Talk About It by Jane Lovering

Joanne | Portobello Book Blog

“…this novel is something rather special.”

“Well, by the time I had finished this book I felt like I had gone through all the emotions along with the characters. It is not at all a predictable read and has many twists.”

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I Don’t Want To Talk About it – @janelovering #review

Sheryl Browne | Sheryl Browne Fiction

I Don’t Want to Talk About it delivers a romance with all of the poignancy you would expect from a Choc Lit read.”

“The use of social media as a form of communication is extremely clever, allowing us to come to know Alex through his emails and twitter messages.”

“I thoroughly enjoyed it and would highly recommend it. Perfect escapism, yet real.”

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Book Review ~ ‘I Don’t Want to Talk About It’ by Jane Lovering

 Sorcha O’Dowd | Old Victorian Quill

“But wow, Jane Lovering has just made the standard EVEN HIGHER with ‘I Don’t Want to Talk About It.’ Forget 5 star ratings, where’s the 6 stars??”

“It doesn’t follow the typical pattern or girl meets boy, love, drama, make-up and happily ever after, but draws in so many other extras and details that make this story feel so real.”

“Have a box of tissues handy, because this really is a sucker-punch of a story that is still on my mind long after I turned the last page!”

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Review: I Don’t Want to Talk About It by Jane Lovering

Anne | Being Anne…

“I adore Jane Lovering’s writing – she’s wonderful at lulling you into a false sense of security.”

“There’s some really clever writing here. The first person narrative by Winter is supplemented by Facebook posts, messages, emails and blog entries which give you insights into the other characters that she doesn’t necessarily have – and it’s a device that works really well.”

“You’ll enjoy every moment, and – as the end approaches – just make sure you have waterproof mascara and a large box of tissues…”

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Review: I Don’t Want To Talk About It by Jane Lovering

Marcy | Keeper Bookshelf

“… this is an experience that will linger long after you close the pages.”

“You will know what devastation is.  And you will come away with a different understanding of what love is.”

“I highly recommend this story for everyone, no matter your preferred genre.”

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Book Review – I Don’t Want To Talk About It by Jane Lovering

Rachel | Rachel’s Random Reads

“This is another incredibly well thought out and written book by Jane Lovering, who has a tendency to focus on tricky emotional issues”

“I thought I Don’t Want to Talk About It was an interesting and tender piece of  writing, that was enjoyable to read. “

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I Don’t Want to Talk About It by Jane Lovering

Amelyn Randall | Double-Edged Words

“Jane Lovering channeled M Night Shyamalan for the BIGGEST plot twist I’ve seen in ages!”

“It absolutely must be read. Must. It’s funny. It’s romantic. It’s SO, SO sad. It’s charming.”

Read the full review here>>>

About the Book

9781781892794What if the one person you wanted to talk to wouldn’t listen?
Winter Gregory and her twin sister Daisy live oceans apart but they still have the ‘twin thing’ going on. Daisy is Winter’s port in the storm, the first person she calls when things go wrong …
And things are wrong. Winter has traveled to a remote Yorkshire village to write her new book, and to escape her ex-boyfriend Dan Bekener. Dan never liked her reliance on Daisy and made her choose – but Winter’s twin will always be her first choice.
She soon finds herself immersed in village life after meeting the troubled Hill family; horse-loving eight-year-old Scarlet and damaged, yet temptingly gorgeous, Alex. The distraction is welcome and, when Winter needs to talk, Daisy is always there.
But Dan can’t stay away and remains intent on driving the sisters apart – because Dan knows something about Daisy…

Purchase your copy here>>>

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