Say You Still Love Me PDF Book by K.A. Tucker PDF ePub

Say You Still Love Me

by K.A. Tucker
3.87 • 5,606 votes • 1,033 reviews
Published 06 Aug 2019
Say You Still Love Me.pdf
Format Paperback
Publisher Atria Books
ISBN 1501133446

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Life is a mixed bag for Piper Calloway.
On the one hand, she’s a twenty-nine-year-old VP at her dad’s multibillion-dollar real estate development firm, and living the high single life with her two best friends in a swanky downtown penthouse. On the other hand, she’s considered a pair of sexy legs in a male-dominated world and constantly has to prove her worth. Plus, she’s stuck seeing her narcissistic ex-fiancé—a fellow VP—on the other side of her glass office wall every day.
Things get exponentially more complicated for Piper when she runs into Kyle Miller—the handsome new security guard at Calloway Group Industries, and coincidentally the first love of her life.
The guy she hasn’t seen or heard from since they were summer camp counsellors together. The guy from the wrong side of the tracks. The guy who apparently doesn’t even remember her name.
Piper may be a high-powered businesswoman now, but she soon realizes that her schoolgirl crush is not only alive but stronger than ever, and crippling her concentration. What’s more, despite Kyle’s distant attitude, she’s convinced their reunion isn’t at all coincidental, and that his feelings for her still run deep. And she’s determined to make him admit to them, no matter the consequences.

Say You Still Love Me Reviews

Patty ~ Wrapped Up In Reading Book Blog
- Lawrence Township, NJ
Fri, 15 Feb 2019

*****FOUR STARS*****
{ARC Generously Provided by Publisher}
Because, even after all these years, with college and boyfriends, and my career and my engagement to David, Kyle Miller has always been a sliver in my heart, a shadow in my thoughts. A lingering “what if” that I have never been able to truly shake.
”SAY YOU STILL LOVE ME” is a sweet and steamy second chance romance that is both young adult and adult contemporary. It started off a bit too slow for me but luckily towards the second half of the story the plot started to rev up and I couldn’t wait to find out how it all would end. There were surprises I didn’t see coming.
Piper Calloway and Kyle Miller met and fell instantly in love during their shared summer as counselors at camp Wawa. It's hard to believe that you can find your true soulmate at sixteen, but as the story unfolds it becomes clear that what they shared was more than a summer fling.
The story goes back and forth between present and past. We see how adult Piper and Kyle are living their lives and it’s obvious that thirteen years of separation has done absolutely nothing to erase the feelings they had for each other. I did feel that there may have been a little too much emphasis played on the back story which created the slowness for me. Maybe I am getting a bit tired of the switch from past to present in most of the books I have been reading lately.
Luckily plot twists take place towards the end, which explains Kyle’s actions in the past and why he suddenly reappears in Piper’s life. Overall, I found this to be an enjoyable read. It’s definitely worth adding to your summer reads list!
Here are my overall ratings:
Hero: 4
Heroine: 4
Plot: 4
Angst: 4.5
Steam: 4
Chemistry Between Hero & Heroine: 5
”SAY YOU STILL LOVE ME” releases on August 6th.

- The United States
Mon, 22 Jul 2019

Many thanks to Atria Books for sending me a copy in exchange for an honest review

”I was an addict and Kyle was my drug of choice.”

This was everything that Twice in a Blue Moon tried and failed to be. Throughout the entire book, I just kept muttering to myself ”Twice in a Blue Moon ... but better.” because it felt almost exactly like TIAB but actually well done.
So, what’s this book about?
When Piper Calloway is sent off to a run down(ish) summer camp to be a counselor, she expects her entire summer to be miserable. And it is, until she meets Kyle. Kyle is charming and attractive. Slowly and then all at once, Piper falls head over heels for him. But when an accident happens, Piper is forced to go home from camp, leaving Kyle behind.
A decade later Piper is climbing the ladder in her father’s business. She is successful and happy but she still thinks back to that one summer fling, constantly wondering why Kyle never spoke to her after she left. One day, out of the blue, Kyle shows up and every kiss, smile and joke shared between Kyle and Piper comes rushing back in painful detail. Piper must decide between trying to rekindle what they had or avoiding him altogether. But deep down she wants him to say he still loves her. See what I did there? I loved how accurate the title is. It sums up the entire novel in five words.
K.A. Tucker chose to tell Say You Still Love Me via two timelines which was extremely enjoyable and effective. We switch back and forth from Piper’s summer at camp to the present at her job, though most of the book is in the present. Tucker (I’ll never get used to that) expertly reveals enough from the past to keep the reader thirsty for more and just when you think she’s saved the best for last, she slaps you with a scene from the past that makes you look at the present in a whole new way.
Kyle -
I’ve been doing it occasionally but now, I am starting a tradition. With every romcom, I will find pictures of people that I think look like the character (or my mental image of them) and share them with you. SO:
Young Kyle:
Adult Kyle
[Credit: Michael Provost]
Even though Kyle was attractive, he didn’t earn a spot on my fictional crushes list. He was just not someone that I would gravitate towards in real life. There was anything wrong with him. He just didn’t float my boat.
Piper - Random note, my brain kept autocorrecting to Amy. I don’t know why but my brain was is convinced that the main character in Say You Still Love Me is Amy. brains are weird
Anyway, I really loved Piper. She was spunky, smart and feminist.
And speaking of feminism… I was pleasantly surprised to see it done well in this. Again, I go back to Twice in a Blue Moon which tried and failed to incorporate feminism but ended up shoving it down the reader's throat. Something I see a lot in books is authors trying to have feminism in their stories, which is not a bad thing. It’s great! But sometimes, it’s shoved in our faces so much that it gets annoying. Tucker (yup, still not used to it) expertly incorporated feminism and empowerment into Piper’s story perfectly in a way that didn’t annoy or turn away readers.
Also, the sex scenes and smut were superb!
And finally, the romance in this book warmed my heart like hot apple cider on a chilly autumn evening. With characters that every reader will fall in love with immediately and an ensnaring plot, Say You Still Love Me is a romance that every reader will fall in love with.
Bottom Line:
5 Stars
Age Rating: [ R ]
Content Screening - Educational Value (0/5) - [None] ~ Positive Messages (3/5) - [Forgiveness, female empowerment] ~ Violence (3/5) - [Character falls and is severely injured] ~ Sex (4/5) - [Many detailed kissing & sex scenes] ~ Langauge (4/5) - [F**k, sh*t, d*ck, b*tch, d*mn] ~ Drinking & Drugs (2/5) - [Legal drinking, smoking]
Trigger and Content Warning - Severe injuries, heart troubles, brain damage, anxiety
Cover: 4/5 ~ Characters: 4/5 ~ Plot (4/5) ~ Audio (3/5)
Publication Date: August 6th, 2019
Publisher: Atria Books
Genre: Romance/Comedy
omg, what fun this was!!!
no, i didn't request a copy because the author's last name is Tucker
what makes you think that?
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- Birmingham, The United Kingdom
Sun, 18 Aug 2019

I was living for the summer camp nostalgia in this, because it took me right back to when my husband and I met as camp counsellors in the USA over 15 years ago... 😍
Piper, a 29 year old successful and feisty vice president at her fathers multimillion dollar company is being groomed to take over is loving the single life, but constantly has to prove her worth in a male dominated industry. Then she bumps into Kyle Miller, who was her first love 13 years previously. She hasn't heard from him since they were summer camp counsellors together and he broke her heart. Why is he suddenly back in her life, and why is he pretending that he doesn't know her?
Ah I really enjoyed this cute second chance romance, which was written on a dual timeline, so also had flashback chapters to the couple when they first met, and experienced first love at a summer camp! I will admit that my fond memories of falling in love at the summer camp where I worked for two summers did colour my experience of this, as it bought back memories that I haven't thought about in years! It was fun, sweet and I stayed up way too late reading it!
I obviously really loved the flashback chapters, for sentimental reasons! The setting of the summer camp, the young impulsive nature of the characters, the adorable first love, where you have butterflies when you see each other, cant stop thinking about each other, make any excuse to be near each other...ah those were the days ha ha!
However I did also enjoy the present tense chapters, where Piper had to be tough in a male dominated business. She was so strong and hard working, and I liked her a lot. I did wish that we saw more of Kyle in the present, as I enjoyed seeing them reconnect.
Was this predictable and cheesy? YEP! Did I care? A big fat nope! I was grinning as I read it, and was on a high chasing my HEA. This story was nothing that you won't have seen before. A classic story of rich girl meets boy from the wrong side of the tracks, who her parents hate. Sprinkle in a little tragic backstory, and throw them together again 13 years later and voilà!
I did think the characters were a little young in the flashbacks, as on my camp the 16 year olds were SIT's (staff in training) and you had to be 18/19 to be a full counsellor. I was 21 and 23 when I worked as a camp counsellor, but had I been 16, then I'm sure I would've been getting up to no good just like these characters did lol! The age of the character's when they first met, did give this a bit of a YA feel to it though.
Usually I despise insta-love and the like, buuuut camp is a strange place! You all spend all day an night with these people in a little bubble for the whole summer, and you forget about reality, they become your family and it's so intense! You can definitely get swept away in your feelings! The difference between this book and my life is that this couple were separated, with many secrets, but my husband and I decided to get to know each other in real life, first long distance, seeing each other at weekends, and then fully as we moved in together. We've always been open and honest, and our story certainly doesn't have all of the twists that this story does, but then that's why it's not in a book I guess!
So this was a fun, quick read that would appeal to people who have been to summer camp, either as a camper, or as a counsellor. It isn't the deepest tale, but it was full of love and hope, and I was in the mood for that! Great as a light beach read, or for snuggling under the duvet with! I'm not sure it was better than The Simple Wild, but it was certainly an improvement on Until It Fades! I will definitely be checking out more of this author's books when I need a good romance to lift my spirits because this one put a real smile on my face!

- Toronto, ON, Canada
Wed, 07 Aug 2019

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- West Hollywood, CA
Mon, 01 Jul 2019

3 whyyyyy whhyyyyy whyyyy can’t I find a proper, loveable, edgy, twisty but also tear jerking, pant melting romance for so long, my favorite writers got me disappointed over and over again stars!
List started to get longer: first Jewel E. An did it with “Naked Love” and “Jersey Six”( some GR friends unfriended me after I gave two stars to that book, but I still stick with my review ), then Renee Carlino’s `Last Post” made me disappointed. Even Karina Halle released some good but not so good books lately.
Now one of my favorite and brilliant writers (Ten Tiny Breaths, Burying Water, Simple Wild are quiet great and remarkable reads), K. A. Tucker made me feel like my favorite brand of Chardonnay is no longer available at the markets!(Somebody burned the family’s vineyard, OH NOOOO!)
When I check the ARC COPY lists from NetGalley and saw this amazing writer’s book, I requested without thinking a second and as soon as the copy arrived, I danced, clapped, screamed, did all immature, awkward things( my neighbors still push me to see my shrink more randomly, I couldn’t say them I didn’t have one)!
But as soon as I start this one, I felt that something is not right, actually many, many, many things were not right.
Here is the list of the wrong things:
-Instead of too many flashback scenes, we may have stayed in the past and read a young adult camp story!
-I tried to turn the pages but I felt like I stuck in the mud and couldn’t move to anywhere.
-You may think this is slow burn romance. You are right. It’s so slow, too slow, never ever ending story, but it doesn’t burn, it is just SLOW and it’s hard to be considered as a romance. Where is romance? I was craving romance and when I didn’t get it, I feel like a frustrated person who watched the last episode of GOT over and over again!
-I didn’t find a moving plot maybe I lost it when I was yawning and taking a quick nap on my couch. At least this book helped me having lovely dreams.
-I didn’t like the character development. I didn’t like Piper and Kyle. I found them too immature and the lack of chemistry and their awkward behaviors made me detest them too many times.
So unfortunately, heart-breakingly this book didn’t work for me! I know what I’m looking for! A heart-wrenching, emotional, smartly written romance and I know deep in my heart, K.A. Tucker is one of the most gifted writers so in near future I hope she will give us better stories.
Special thanks to Atria Books and NetGalley to send me one ARC COPY is written by one of my favorite writers in exchange for my honest review.

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