To be honest, I am not a huge fan of contemporary romance. Stephanie Witter has been able to do what few other authors have accomplished. I absolutely adore her writing. Stephanie's stories are not unrealistic or unattainable. Her writing is REAL. The stories tug at your heart strings and remind you of your past loves. The same is true in her latest book, Six Years. Who among us didn't have that crush on the older high school guy while we were much younger? (Mine was Paul and he lived across the street.) The back and forth between Brooklyn and Nolan is very REAL. And you can cut the sexual tension with a knife! There are many layers to this story. The relationship between Nolan and his mother rips at your heart. Brooklyn's non existence with her own family will bring you to tears. This story plays out in your mind as you read it. Its so real and relatable. If you were a fan of Patch Up you will love Six Years.
Cheree's 5 Star Review
A fantastic and heart wrenching romance. But love is love, and the heart can't be fooled. True to Stephanie Witters way, this story is so real and believable. Your heart breaks for the way Brooklyn and Nolan grew up and the things they had to experience. So much emotion and deep situations. And you really connect and understand the way the characters are feeling. There really is so much going on, so many issues that go deep into making these characters who they are, and form the decisions and choices they have make. And then there is all the hotness and tension between them, enough to make you yell at the book JUST KISS HER ALREADY! Sigh, greatness