Reader Question… Answered – The book where she has a mental disorder, and the hero won’t give up…

by Maryse on April 13, 2015 · 1 comment

in Reader Questions

A few answers came back for this one, but I think we have the one!! Although they ALL look great! So here’s what Jessica needed:

“Hi I was wondering if you might know the name of a book, I saw it on an authors page when she was posting about a disorder, all I can remember is she has a mental disorder, and the hero won’t give up even tho she try’s to push him away, before I could add it to my TBR my facebook reloaded and I can’t find it, I wanna say it’s a popular book”

And our Facebook crew was quick to come up with quite a few suggestions!

Dina: Was it Emmy Montes’ Perfectly Damaged?

Julee: Song of the Fireflies ~ JA Redmerski???

Chantal: Was it 30 Below by Wendy Stenzel Oleston?

Kelly: I agree. Sounds like Song of the Fireflies.

Feifei: Pretty sure it’s EL Montes’s Perfectly Damaged! The blurb has that same description…her pushing him away but he won’t give up

Jennifer: I agree, sounds like EL Montes’ Perfectly Damaged.

Sandy: Sounds like Perfectly Damaged by E. L. Montes. I loved it!

Angela: It’s definitely Perfectly Damaged by E. L Montes….excellent book!

Holly: Sounds like Perfectly Damaged by Emmy Montes

Ivette: I think it’s Perfectly Damaged by Emmy Montes

Carrie: Perfectly Damaged

Sherry: If it’s not Perfectly Damaged, then try THERAPY by Kathryn Perez

Krisi: Twisted Perfection abbi glines didn’t the h have mental problems??? Can’t quite remember time for a ‘re read lol x

Nancy: It sounds like I am HER… & 2nd book: THIS is me… by Sarah Ann Walker. AND why he never gave up on her is beyond me!

LOL Nancy!! Well, this looks like a GREAT bunch of books, and now I’m going to alert Jessica so she can confirm which one it is…


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Merrisa April 15, 2015 at 12:08 AM

When I read the description I thought of S. Walden’s LoveLines where the woman has Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder. Loved that book!

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