Love Me - Gemma Weekes Reviews
Description:ISBN 070118115X / Genre: Fiction / Author: Gemma Weekes / Paperback / 256 Pages / Book is published 2009-01-15 by Chatto & Windus
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by - written on 29/05/09 (Very useful, 94 readings)
Eden feels like she has been in love with Zed forever. She met him at fifteen and swiftly fell in love with the young musician, and now ten years later she's still in love with him. However, her love has turned into something of an obsession and she trails around after Zed, despite the fact he's moved on from Eden and has other girls in his life now. Eden realises its futile loving Zed when he doesn't return her love, so she decides to flee to New York to live with her Aunt Katherine for a while. But Eden gets a surprise when she arrives, finding love in an unexpected place and a familiar face showing up to throw everything into confusion... As you can ... Read the complete review
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