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Can you ever really know if love is true And if it is should you stop at anything to get it Two decades ago Erin Edwards was sure she’d already found the love of her life Nate Lawson Her first love The one with whom she shared everything dreams of the future of children plans for forever The one she thought she would spend the rest of her life with Until one terrible night when Erin made a mistake Nate could I don t think I ll be posting this particular review on Facebook as this book has uite a bit of whispers s e x in it A lot of Christians seem to have a problem with this particular topic even though God created it However before Christians discount it completely let me just add that this book makes a powerful case for teenage abstinence First of all it contains an extremely accurate description of a girl s First Time It s not the passionate beautiful experience you see in movies It s awkward and painful and not much fun especially when it s with someone you aren t madly in love with and not married toThe second reason I think there is a message of abstinence here is that in this book you see a woman still hung up over her first love decades later What girls don t realize is that when you give your heart and body to someone they will always have a piece of you Shouldn t that be the person you re going to spend the rest of your life with I actually think that this wouldn t be a bad book to remember when it s time to give your daughter The Talk There s at stake than just unplanned pregnancies or STDs Just a note In real life most stories don t end like this one That s the difference between fiction and reality

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Always Something There to Remind Me

Er the past and the love she never forgot The she tries to ignore it and move on the it haunts her Always Something There to Remind Me is a story that will resonate with any woman who has ever thought of that one first love and wondered “Where is he” and “What if” Filled with Beth Harbison’s trademark nostalgia humor and heart it will transport you and inspire you to believe in the power of first love Everyone in this book is an asshole

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Not forgive and left her to mourn the relationship she could never forget or get overToday Erin is contentedly involved with a phenomenal guy maneuvering a successful and exciting career and raising a great daughter all on her own So why would the name “Nate Lawson” be the first thing to enter her mind when her boyfriend asks her to marry himIn the wake of the proposal Erin finds herself coming unraveled ov Very disappointed in this one and I had really enjoyed her Shoe Addicts series It started out well with the back and forth stories about teenaged Erin and grown up Erin dealing with their day to day lives Grown up Erin s absolutely perfect in every way boyfriend gorgeous successful widowed father to a daughter who is best friends with Erin s fifteen year old daughter etc etc asks her to marry him Erin completely blindsided why is not exactly clear where did she honestly imagine this relationship was going finds she can t give him an answer indeed she is suddenly in a complete and total panic because all she can think about is her boyfriend of two years whom she broke up with twenty three years ago Yep twenty three years ago She hasn t thought of him in ages by her own admission but suddenly there he is a giant roadblock in the way of her giving perfect Rick his answer Okay Nate was her first in every sense of the worldbut seriously Then the agony begins We hear all about Erin and Nate s relationship they had a three year age difference met when she was fifteen and pretty much instantly started an intense relationship which wouldn t have been appropriate even for two people in their late teens early twenties Erin lived and breathed her relationship with this guy They declared their love They talked of forever and marriage They spent not only every day but many nights together That wasn t enough for Erin though because she wanted to spend time with just Nate on real dates and less time out with him and his friends She wanted to have a normal teenage experience which for her meant crushing on and even going out with other guys which she did with his okay but at the same time having Nate do grand gestures for her a la John Cusak s famous Say Anything boombox scene She was amazingly selfish and immature not surprising for a fifteensixteen year old but that self absorption continued into her older self as well She admits as an adult that she had not treated Nate well back then but turns around and doesn t act any better in the present time either It s always what Nate did to her and how she suffered with no real remorse for what she has done to him and is doing to Rick Oh she says she s sorry but her actions and completely self indulgent obsessive and inappropriate inner monologue tell another story It was very frustrating to read and ultimately just not believable Her best friend s advice throughout as an adult she s a psychologist just doesn t seem like that of a trained professional Erin s relationship with her daughter Cam doesn t seem like that of a real mother and daughter For much of the novel Erin doesn t read as someone capable of seeing to her own emotional and developmental needs let alone be responsible for someone else sjust which one of them is in charge in that household Setting a good example Holding a realistic view of love and relationships It is unclear All in all it was aggravating to read It got two stars because it did have its moments and I did enjoy hearing the interview with the author at the end but I really don t know that I ll be in a hurry to read anything new from this author in the future


10 thoughts on “Always Something There to Remind Me

  1. says:

    OMG can I choose ZERO stars I liked Harbison's Shoe Addict books and Hope in a Jar was OK but this book was AWFUL A 30 something with a pre teen daughter obsesses like a school girl over a HS boyfriend she hasn't seen in 20 years I couldn't stand the main character Erin She was whiney and immature and selfish both as an

  2. says:

    I don't think I'll be posting this particular review on Facebook as this book has uite a bit of whispers s e x in it A lot of Christians seem to have a problem with this particular topic even though God created it However be

  3. says:

    I was lucky enough to get a free advance copy of this bookThe majority of women recall that one first love Whether that lost love is from your a

  4. says:

    I will write the full review on this soon Right now I am shattered emotionally I honestly don't think that I have ever had a book affect me this deeply emotionally Just an incredible bookMy ReviewI am so overwhelmed by this book I am not even sure where to start this review I don't think that I have ever been as personally affected mentally and emotionally by a book as this one has affected me and I am not even sure i

  5. says:

    Can’t we all do ourselves a favor and let go of old loves High school and childhood sweethearts are overrated Seriously lengthy reco

  6. says:

    Very disappointed in this one and I had really enjoyed her Shoe Addicts series It started out well with the back and forth stories about teenaged Erin and grown up Erin dealing with their day to day lives Grown up Erin's absolutely perfect in every way boyfriend gorgeous successful widowed father to a daughter who is best friends

  7. says:

    Yes this is my mother's book and you might think I'm biased But it was INCREDIBLE My absolute favorite of her books I loved this one unreasonably and recommend it to everyone who has ever angsted or felt the pull of the past Or anyone who has ever liked to read really It's a book about first love and all of the agony and

  8. says:

    OK so I am the worst at updating this site and honestly this book was so good I actually logged in to get it documented Maybe it's the author I do love her style maybe it's the 80s setting hereby ashamedly admitting that I was secretly thrilled Bonnie Bell Lip Smackers and beer shampoo were included in the initial chapters maybe it's the way I sort of wanted it to work out but didn't see how the author could manage it without coming off com

  9. says:

    Everyone in this book is an asshole

  10. says:

    I've read all of Beth Harbison's books and liked them all Except this one The weakness of the female lead and lack of any kind of development of her character were so disappointing Trust me I'm no prude but these teenage sex scenes

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