Published: October 1st, 2015
“After a soul-destroying breakup with her ex, Smith, Effie Abbott has met the man of her dreams. She’s had the whirlwind romance and the fairy-tale wedding to the charming and suave Oliver Barton-Cole, and life seems firmly back on track. Things were never simple between Smith and Effie, so when he forces his way back into her life, Effie knows he’s a complication she doesn’t want or need. After all, she has Oliver, a man who loves her better than Smith ever did. But when cracks in her marriage begin to emerge and Oliver shows flashes of a darker side, Effie has to question just how well she really knows her husband, and whether Smith is back to derail her seemingly perfect marriage or save her from it.”
This book was hard to read. I’m not entirely sure of how I thought this book was supposed to be, but I’m definitely glad I read it. Love You Better shows the ache of a true heartbreak, love, and a lot of other feelings that I didn’t know I could endure during a book. I’ve read a few books, and I’m not sure I’ve ever wanted to kill a main character before. I legitimately got so mad that I had to leave the book and come back to it a few times. This story shows things that happen in real life and I think that is what made me so emotional. Love You Better might have not been my favorite book on the planet, but it was written well and had an empowering story.
About The Author:
In January 2014, Sheffield-born Natalie Martin decided to leave her corporate job in London and experience the world—heading off on travels that would take her as far as Cambodia, North India, Goa and Thailand, and would change her outlook on life for good. Whilst travelling in India, her debut novel, Together Apart, became a #1 bestseller on Amazon charts. Love You Better is her second full-length novel and became a bestseller on its release in October 2015. Natalie’s base is now London, but she is very much a modern-day nomad, never quite knowing where she’ll end up next. A trained yoga instructor and lover of all things French, Natalie is still travelling and indulging in her three loves: writing, yoga and surfing.