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Release Blitz and Review: Messy Love by Stephanie Witter

Titile: Messy Love

Author: Stephanie Witter

Release Date: January  12, 2018

It was messy.
It was raw.
It was love. 


The first time I laid eyes on Wyatt Burton was outside of my biological mother's house. Abandoning me twenty years ago, I never knew that meeting her would change my life so completely. In fact, there were many things that I never expected that day, but there were a few things I knew for sure. Nothing would ever be the same--not even me. And it was all about to get very MESSY. 


Marissa Thornton deserved so much. She was beautiful beyond reason and never took my shit. She drew me  in, while driving out the worst in me. But when she let me in, trusted me completely, I thought I could finally let down my guard and find true happiness. I was wrong. Dead wrong, about myself, about her, and most importantly about the binds of LOVE.


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Wow. This love story was messy. I loved Marissa and Wyatt. I really loved Marissa’s strength. Even though she had a loving adoptive family, she just needed to know where she came from. She never intended to intrude on Wyatt’s family. When Wyatt did as men do in most romances, Marissa really made him work to get back in her good graces. She really didn’t come back until she saw he really needed her. I really felt for Wyatt. Even though I didn’t like his methods in dealing with Marissa, I can see why he did what he did. I really appreciate the groveling on his part. He felt that pull towards Marissa but he really didn’t want her in his life. There was a real push and pull between these two because they felt attraction towards each other but also the need to stay away due to their complicated family relationship. I felt this was a unique story for me and I really liked that about this book. I also liked the conflict and the resolution to this one. I felt the ending was a bit rushed but I liked it all the same. I would recommend this book.

About the Author:

Stephanie Witter, in her twenties, lives in France where she comes up with book ideas on her laptop, notebook or phone. When she's not writing the day away, she likes visiting museums or shopping to add another nail polish to her already huge collection. She's also unable to resist the appeal of new books, even when she knows she can't possibly have the time to read yet another one. She's happy to have a to-read pile so high she can never put a dent in.

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