Author: Ruthie Knox

Truly by Ruthie Knox

Posted June 2, 2014 by Kate in Liked It, Review / 0 Comments
Truly by Ruthie Knox

I have made no secret that I have always loved New York City, my family is from there and it’s by far one of my favorite places to go and visit. So when a book takes place in NYC it’s almost always one I want to check out. I actually really liked the premise of this book, how the big city kind of chewed up May and left her stranded and trying to figure out what happens next. So May reminds me of someone I know, someone who apologizes all the time, but is seldom in the wrong. She’s a people pleaser, and she’s spent so much of her life being a people pleaser that she literally has no idea who she is, only what others expect her to be, and she plays that role. After what can only be described as the worst marriage proposal ever, May stabs her would-be fiance with a shrimp fork and flees. Except her boyfriend is an NFL quarterback, and when she tries to leave town she’s accosted by reporters and finds her way to getting mugged. With no money or ID its next to impossible to find a way back home. Enter the stranger. Ben totally gives off a don’t come near me vibe, but he can’t help but help out the stranger at the bar. And the more time they spend together the more he realized he likes her. Before he knows it he’s inviting her to stay at his place, and one […]