Book Review: A Hundred Ways to Love ~ Ellie Wade

A Hundred Ways to Love

Title: A Hundred Ways to Love
Author: Ellie Wade
Rating: 5 Stars
Reviewed by: Shakera
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Publisher: Ellie Wade, LLC
Date of Release:  June 18, 2019
Pages: 182
Format: Kindle (Author)

Sometimes when you try to not become a specific thing or a certain way, you inadvertently do things which cause you to become the very thing you hated. Leni spent most of her life trying to not become her parents, she becomes her mom, leaving her to believe she doesn’t deserve to be loved. If only she knew Liam loved her… Growing up in an abusive household wasn’t really conducive to Leni’s well-being. Every summer, Leni stays with her grandmother, Mimi, and it’s a much-needed escape from having to keep up appearances and hiding bruises. There is so much push and pull between Leni and Liam, you cling onto every word because you are rooting for them to realize they deserve to be happy, especially Leni.

There is so much to unpack in this story. Leni’s and Liam’s story is so raw and gritty. It pulls at every emotion you have because you feel like you’re going through this pain with them. This book started off a bit heavy, and at times I felt like it won’t lighten up, but my God, by the end of the book, I was in love. There was so much individual growth and acceptance, which can lead to a little introspective. A Hundred Ways to Love was my first book by Ellie Wade, and it was stunning.

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