Title: Need To Love You
Author: Megan Smith
Release Date: October 26, 2015
Cover Design: Sommer Stein
Photography: Toski Covey with Toski Covey Photography
Models: Wade Fox and Whitney Beverstock
Just when you thought you had it all.
Chloe Cahill’s dreams changed after becoming pregnant in high school. She married her high school sweetheart just after graduation and together they welcomed a handsome son into the world. Now that Alex, her son, is in school she sets her eyes on finding the perfect job. Chloe feels the need to grow dependent upon herself instead of always relying on her husband.
But what happens when her husband’s eyes start to wander?
Jackson Cahill thought he did the right thing by marrying his pregnant girlfriend just out of high school. Lately he’s been feeling restless in his marriage. One late night of drinking turns his life upside down but it just doesn’t end there. Jackson’s got himself in a real mess, both at home and work. The dilemma may just be too big of a disarray for him to get out of.
Can Chloe and Jackson keep their marriage from falling apart? Or will they decide to veer down different paths?
USA TODAY bestselling author Megan Smith is a New Jersey native creating the memorable characters her fans have grown to adore. Smith is a wife and mother, who makes time for her family, professional life and the creation of her fictional characters. Fans of The Love Series— Trying Not To Love You, Easy To Love You, Hard To Love You, Let Me Love You and Made To Love You — are captivated by relationships, special bonds and family ties pervasive in Smith’s emotional, energized and engaging work. Smith is also the author of the 2014 releases, Finding Us (Finding Series), Forever Light (Forever Love) and a few top-secret projects.
Literary Agency Representation: Jamie Bodnar-Drowley of Inklings Literary Agency
Because I like to go against the flow I decided to start off The Love Series reading book 6 Need To Love You; now I can’t wait to go back and read the series from book 1. This book is a really good example that open communication is very important in a marriage. Chloe and Jackson had to grow up; fast they married young, had a baby (not necessarily in that order) and settled into a unexciting routine life. Until it all comes to a screeching halt when they realize they are in a rut and start to have some misunderstandings. I was rooting for both Chloe and Jackson but as details emerged about what happened during Jackson’s night of drinking I started to have my doubts. Megan throws some loops into the rollercoaster ride she takes us on with this book. Now I need to go back and read the rest of the series to see what I missed out on.