I have another book review for the author Faith Sullivan. I did a review for her New Adult Heartbeat which I also enjoyed.
The little boy you knew your whole life. The guy who made you swoon in high school. The man that you never saw coming. Three men that were in Ivy's life all at once, the same summer that she is working an internship for the boss from hell. Ivy is a college student doing an internship for her last year of school when her old crush comes back to town. Her close friend worries about her with the crush, knowing that the crush was just that, crushing. When an empty gas tank turns her already spinning world into super drive. Take me Now is a romance story that even after the bumps in the road you feel all warm and fuzzy inside, praying that love really is strong enough to survive anything.
Faith Sullivan has Take me Now in two different POV's between Ivy who the readers will be able to relate to. Ivy is just trying to get the necessary work done to accomplish a goal of her. She feels insecure, and is trying to figure out who she is suppose to be trusting, yet prove she can stand on her own two feet. Eric has shadows in his past that he needs to balance of remembering the loved ones, but also to live his life. Faith's language flows, so that the readers want to continue reading without putting down the book. This is the second book by Faith Sullivan that I have read, and the works keep getting better. Hope to read more in the future :)