If only i could love you
If Only To Love You by L.M. BraeEvery little girl dreams of being a princess at some point. Our vision of a princess manifests from the beauty and magic of timeless Disney princesses, Snow White, Cinderella, and Sleeping Beauty. The mental imagery continues with their modern counterparts; Jasmine, Belle, Elsa and Ana. Beautiful hair, large ornate palaces, and best of all, their stories all tell us that happily ever after exists.
“If Only To Love You” culminates with that happily ever after moment, while the story leading to it, is a realistic, and all to common sequence of events in todays society. We meet Soraya as a high school foster child on her 18th birthday. Her foster family has told her to leave as they will no longer receive funding for her care from the state. After a disastrous prom, Soraya runs, with no idea of where to go, what to do, or how she will survive alone.
Sorayas desperation leads her into a series of events that seem too good to be true. She literally stumbles into a relationship, forced into being a mans girlfriend because of the kindness he extended her one night. For a year she endures his manipulation, mind games, abuse, and fiery temper before she finally summons the courage to run away. Luckily, she runs into the arms of a man who has been there before offering her true kindness and help, and she realizes he is genuine and trustworthy. Naturally, her fear of trusting anyone again makes her hold back.
Like any true romance story this book has the happy ending romance readers are looking for, while also highlighting the failings of our society, as well as describing the simplicity of becoming attached to the wrong people, who ultimately end up destroying our lives. L.M. Brae even touches on the tactics abusive males use to keep control of the women they have their hooks into. She could have explored Sorayas first relationship further, making it significantly more horrific, but choose to move to the run for freedom, romance, and finding true love vein sooner rather than later. Romance novels are all about finding true love and having the beautiful riding off in the sunset arm in arm endings, and lets face it thats why we all love them!!!! We want to believe we can be princesses too! “If Only To Love You.” delivers it all. Overall, this book will please any fan of romance, and would be a good book to introduce a new romance reader to the new age of romance writing.
If I Could Love You Forever Lyrics
And I never had much money I never been quite satisfied But you can weave the unraveled strings And you ease my worried mind You ease my worried mind. Hallelujah Band I stood next to the tracks Just to feel something pushing back Tearing through each doubt and sin The train was an iron wind. I climbed down underground To listen for a new sound Found a river underneath our feet Dark and silent, deep. I stood next to the tracks Just to feel something pushing back Tearing through each doubt and sin The train was an iron wind. I return every last time With a strong and a hopeful heart But under a mocking blue sky Somehow it all just crumbles apart Oh it all just crumbles apart.
I remember how you loved me. I remember how I was the center of your universe. I remember how you made me feel, as if I was the best that could ever be. But I pushed you away. I took you for granted, I thought you would never leave; because how could you love me so immensely and then just stop? But I misused the love you gave me. I fed my ego with it.
We went to dinner there last week! In short, you will most likely become insufferable. But hey, that's what happens when you fall in love.
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