Always Only You by Chloe Liese

Overview

Title: Always Only You
Author: Chloe Liese
Series: Bergman Brothers #2
Rating Out of 5: 5 (I will read this again and again and again)
My Bookshelves: Contemporary, Contemporary romance
Pace: Medium
Format: eBook, Novel
Year: 2020

Thoughts

Hints of the depths of Ren’s unrequited love rear their head in Only When It’s Us, so I pretty much immediately dived straight into the novel. I mean, I loved the first story of the Bergman Brothers, so I figured why not jump straight into the second one. And, as predicated, it was just as wonderful and fantastic as predicted.

Liese did wonderfully in her description of living with a chronic illness, at least to my limited understanding. Frankie’s constant, daily battles to manage something that most of us couldn’t ever fathom make her completely loveable and adorable. As is the gradual understanding that her distance form her family is entirely chosen and of her own making. Every piece of information about her daily life made me fall more and more in love with her. And made it that much understandable why Ren has had his unrequited love.

Sometimes the whole loving from afar, unrequited loved can be a bit of a creepy storyline and trope. I mean, I find it generally frustrating that someone hasn’t shared their feelings. And it can be seriously creepy. Yet, Liese was able to make this incredibly sweet. Ren has totally sound reasons for keeping his mouth shut and his fascination somehow doesn’t feel creepy. I mean, he’s waiting, but he doesn’t just stop his life in the meantime.

This was pretty much a cover to cover read for me. I loved the whole Bergman clan, I loved the romance and found everything about it completely adorable. I also enjoyed listening to the play list as the story unfolded. Plus, once the romance started, there were a few challenges, but mostly it was just beautiful and all of the gooey feelings.

<- Only When It’s UsEver After Always ->

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