Author: Karina Halle
Series: Love in English #2
Published by: Metal Blonde Books
Publication Date: November 11, 2014
Successful, wealthy and absurdly handsome – Spanish ex-football player Mateo Casalles seemed like he had it all. A high-society wife, an adorable little girl, and flashy apartments in Madrid and Barcelona only sweetened the deal. But there was more to Mateo than met the eye – a life of uncertainty and regret that colored his black and white world.
That was until Vera Miles came into his life like a shooting star. Tattooed, wild and young, Vera seemed like Mateo’s polar opposite at first. But you can’t choose who you fall in love with and the two lost souls did everything they could to be together, all while suffering the grave consequences.
Now with Mateo divorced and living in Madrid with Vera, there is a whole new set of challenges and setbacks facing the couple and rocking the foundation of their star-crossed relationship.
Unfortunately for them, the brighter the star, the faster they burn.
Karina Halle … yeah, this woman can write! Love, in English left me an emotional mess, and I loved every moment of it. It even became one of my favorite books. So it would be quite the understatement to say I was excited for Love, in Spanish.
Love, in Spanish is the companion to LIE and is told from Mateo’s POV, but doesn’t just rehash old material. LIS is all new, continuing Mateo and Vera’s story. And oh boy, was it good!
It isn’t exactly smooth sailing for them. It broke my heart that they had to deal with the crap they did, and having their relationship threatened. But the way they fight for each other … sigh. I love how passionate Mateo is, how deeply he loves.
I swear, these two make my heart hurt in the best way. Karina captured something beautiful with Mateo and Vera. They’re so genuine, and believe me, very realistic.
Love, in Spanish is a fantastic follow up to LIE that makes me want to twirl around in happiness. And if you know me, I don’t twirl and I detest happiness. Kidding. Mostly. Seriously, if you’ve read Love, in English, then you do not want to miss out on this book.