I Loved You First (Paperback)
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Short Description for I Loved You First Alexandria (Alex) Carmichael guards two secrets close to her heart. Oneshe's in love with her best friend, Seth. Twohe's gay.As a freshman in college, Alex looks forward to fun times with her best friend. When Seth decides cycling through girlfriends is the way to fit in with the straight crowd, Alex must make a choice: watch Seth give his affections to another while her heart breaks o...
- Published: 06 August 2011
- Format: Paperback 214 pages
- ISBN 13: 9781463529680 ISBN 10: 1463529686
- Sales rank: 719,270
Reviews for I Loved You First
- Top review
a moving novel
I admit that I was a bit reticent at first to try this book because the topic isn't my cup of tea, I was unsure. Now I can say that I don't regret reading this story. Reena Jacobs wrote moving picture of the troubles adolescent can go through. It's remarkably well done. I could sympathise with Alex and I loved how she is mentally growing at the end of the book. She has learned that she must first and foremost love herself and that you must always be true to your feeling if you don't want to hurt someone else or/and end hurting too.
It a story about acceptance, friendship and true-shelf that could be really helpful to some young ones that are feeling alone or too different one that reminded me something I've read a long time ago and that says that loving someone if to offer him/her the best gift: us but if we really love him/her and want the gift to be real we must first love ourselves because giving something we don't like isn't a real present.
Alex didn't know at first what she was really doing to his friend and what their relation was making her loose; She knew what he was doing wrong but she didn't see she wasn't helping either. I think that in the end the book they are better friend to each other than ever because they finally learn what that means.
Really a good novel. by frischunder review