Say You Still Love Me by K.A. Tucker

GoodReads Summary:
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 counselors 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 MeReview:
After hearing nothing but good things about K.A. Tucker I decided to give her books a try. I was so pleased when I started this book because I didn’t know anything about it and I totally love books set in summer camps. This story alternates between the past and the present.
In the past, Piper is sent to work at the Wawa summer camp to work as a counselor for eight weeks. I absolutely adored this setting. It was so much fun and I felt like I got to vicariously live through Piper to live my dream of being a summer camp counselor. I really enjoyed the young love romance that she finds with Kyle. It had a ‘lust at first sight’ aspect, but their falling in love took time and didn’t move too fast. I liked that it covered good topics, like having sex for the first time and not moving too fast. There was a bit of underage drinking. But I really enjoyed these chapters. There was a mystery aspect because there was some big issue that happened in the second to last week of camp and we wait for most of the book to finally find out what happened. I liked this because it was suspenseful and interesting.
Then there’s the storyline in the present. Piper is about to take over the company her father owns. Don’t ask me to tell you what this company does because I honestly have no idea. But, she’s a woman in a corporate world so she deals with some idiot men that continually underestimate her. I did like that not all of the men were like that, but the drama with one specific man that kept going over her head to her father was great. Seeing Piper figure out how to take him down a peg was really interesting. I liked the father/daughter aspect of the story too. She’s working out how to get her father to stop trying to fight her battles and stop letting the problem character go to him instead of her. Then there’s Kyle in the present. He has secrets, but we don’t know that until Piper learns them. I liked their relationship. They’re trying to figure out if they can get back what they had. I thought it was well done and I really enjoyed it.
Overall, this was such a great book. I’m very excited to read more by this author. The characters were ones I was invested in and really cared about. The story had mystery and suspense. I just loved this book.

Keep on reading lovelies, Amanda.

5 thoughts on “Say You Still Love Me by K.A. Tucker

      1. Woohoo – it’s my favorites, and the sequel Wild at Heart is one of my most favorite books of the year 😍

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