Review: How to Love by Katie Cotugno


Title: how to love

Author: Katie Cotugno

Page Count: 389

Publisher: Balzer + Bray

Series: N/A

Rating: 5/5

This is a sweet contemporary told in a duo before and after timeline. In the beginning its about the beginning love between Reena Montero,(the girl who wants to travel and write) and Sawyer LeGrande (the bad boy who has some issues he needs to get through).They’ve known each other all there lives and their families are friends and own a business together. They really never talked until a tragic shock them both up and they became closer Three years ago Sawyer left ¬†before knowing that he was going to be a father, and now Reena had to deal with being a teen mom. Now three years later he’s back and want to make up for leaving and try not make up with Reena, and make up for the past.

The thing i liked that Katie Cotugno did really well was the whole before and after effect. This way you see both sides of the story and not have to guess to much. I enjoyed Reena as a character for the fact that she was very goal originated until of course she got pregnant. Even when she had Hannah she was a good mom even though her family dramatics has changed when her whole plans had to be changed.Even Sawyer as a character was complicated he comes from a good family and yet Sawyer has some issues that just seems to build over time. When he comes back three years later he’s sober and is nicer all around. Also he tires to be a good father to Hannah and tie up lose ends.

I really loved this book and finished it in one night (yeah to sleepless night) and for the fact that i enjoyed it so much i brought the hardcover though i already had it in e-book (YOLO). The reason to enjoyed this book for the fact it deals with real issues that could happen in teen pregnancy. So if you haven’t already guessed i would recommend to buy this book, and let me know if you had read this book and what you thought.

like always happy reading ūüėÄ

 

 

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