Wednesday, January 20, 2016

Release Boost ~ Good-bye, with Love by Niquel

Title: Good-bye, with Love
Author: Niquel
Genre: Young Adult/New Adult
Release Date: January 15, 2016


Have you ever wished you could have something so bad, even though you knew it was forbidden?

Jonathan Gates was just that—forbidden. He was everything I could ever want in a man: charming, a great listener, open-minded, and funny. It also didn't hurt that he was easy on the eyes.

We'd been through a lot together: breakups, makeups, firsts, lasts, and anything else you can imagine. I was once told he was my soul mate, but I refused to believe that.

I didn't want to love him. I didn't want to fall for him because...he was my best friend!

But I did, and I fell for him hard. I was in love with my best friend, and it was time he knew how I really felt.

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 Review by Juls

3.5 Stars!

I feel that Niquel did a great job with the storyline in, Good-bye,with Love. I can never get enough stories about best friends falling in love. I really liked Johnny's character. He was truly one of the best friends anyone can ask for. The way he was there for Michelle when they were young was really sweet. I really liked the friendship they formed with each other. They really formed a strong bond together that most people may not find throughout their entire life. With that being said, I do have to say that I did have a hard time with some of the things that went on in the story. One, was with how young they were and where they were in their lives. I think that being 12 is kind of young to be left to do what you want and thinking about kissing. I guess I'm just not used to relationships being that strong at such a young age. But, that is just my opinion. I also had a hard time with the fact that Michelle held things against Johnny that he could not help.Things that came up and caused issues with their relationship were things out of his control. And yet, she held it against him? I also felt that when it came to the point in their relationship to move on, past the friend zone, it kind of dragged on for me. Every time something could have happened, something always got between them. I felt it start to drag on just a little with that happening more than once. In the end, I did like it. It was nice to be able to see them grow from kids to adults. I enjoyed this story and it's well deserved HEA!

Author Bio

Niquel is a self diagnosed coffee addict, lover of rice and beans, and chocolate—preferably not all together. She’s the creator of multiple stories full of love, passion, and power. She may toss in a ghost story every once in a while.

When she’s not busy writing or creating graphics, she’s taking care of her two little girls. Or you can find her binge watching TV with her significant other.

Boston born and raised, she’s always been a creative soul: attending multiple colleges to develop her love of the visual arts.

You can contact her on her website or Facebook.

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