Didn't Mean To Love You

Didn t Mean To Love You Vivienne is one of those people the kind that believes in love at all costs Broken hearts are a natural product of that and Viv is used to dealing with it by simply ignoring the ache and moving on

  • Title: Didn't Mean To Love You
  • Author: Christina C. Jones
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 337
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Vivienne is one of those people, the kind that believes in love at all costs Broken hearts are a natural product of that, and Viv is used to dealing with it by simply ignoring the ache, and moving on to a new love But this time, she can t seem to shake the pain until Carter comes along, handing out easy smiles and the kind of attention that makes her not feel so fracVivienne is one of those people, the kind that believes in love at all costs Broken hearts are a natural product of that, and Viv is used to dealing with it by simply ignoring the ache, and moving on to a new love But this time, she can t seem to shake the pain until Carter comes along, handing out easy smiles and the kind of attention that makes her not feel so fractured after all Everybody knows Carter as this cool, confident, charismatic guy He has a penchant for saying just the right things at just the right times, being just the kind of friend that s needed in the midst of sorrow But, as he and Viv embark on what was only ever intended to be a friendship, the idea of Carter as the perfect guy is challenged, and the real person could very well just be the next guy to break Viv s heart.Old hurts are unraveled, familial bonds are tested, and hearts are put on the line in this story of two people who didn t mean to fall in love.

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    766 thoughts on “Didn't Mean To Love You

    • DNF at 56%.Disliked every character, disliked the wandering plot, disliked the weepiness, disliked the utter lack of a learning curve. Disliked everything.

    • Mind trickery is what she does.Each time I say, "This is my favorite CCJ project." And each time she's made me out to be a liar. Christina C. Jones grows with each book she releases. In "A Crazy Little Thing Called Love," she had me with the passion and intimacy. In this book, "Didn't Mean to Love You", she has me with the passion, intimacy, and psychology of the characters. I keep looking for paw prints: something to link CCJ with each book, but there are none. All I see are the characters. Eac [...]

    • With a passion for the art of chocolate making, Viv has a thriving business. Too bad her love life isn't the same. Fresh off of a devasting blow, she finds her future in love to be bleak. A quick friendship is formed between her and her neighbor, Carter. Getting caught up is the last thing any of them want, but the heart has a mind of it's own. When past hurts flare up, will both Viv and Carter be left with a sweetor bitter taste for love.What can I sayCCJones has done it again. I am new to her [...]

    • APB Perspective Review : Carter and Viv story was one I was looking forward to, Cool sexy Carter was not the man I expected him to be , I love it when a author surprises you with their story line and she did that with Carter . Carter was a deeper soul than I ever expected him to be , the relationship with his mother and brother greatly influenced his personality I felt more that the father who raised him. Viv was lucky she met Carter when she did ,I felt she needed him , he took care of her , he [...]

    • It took me some time to write my review because I wanted to gather my thoughts. Didn't Mean To Love You caught me off guard, see I feel in love with the first book and thought Viv & Carter wouldn't have the same effect on me as Roman & Simone but they did. I love Christina' s ability to listen to her characters and let them tell their own story. I felt their love, pain, heartbreak and joy. The journey was great with a few unexpected surprises, you'll have to read it for yourself to find [...]

    • Viv and Carter's accidental, but purposeful love story was such a joy to read. I honestly didn't want it to end. I enjoyed the development of the characters and the unveiling of their past that played such an impactful role in the future. The plot was well developed and, by no means, was it rushed. And if you're looking for a little steaminessen Mrs. Jones did just that. The intimacy is hot, but as always, very tasteful.This book was an easy 5 stars and I look forward to the next release from Ch [...]

    • Loved itThis book had me laughing and crying at the same time. I was rooting for Carter and Viv. Christina never disappoints.

    • APB Perspective Review : We meet Carter and Viv in “A Little Thing Called Love”; they were two of the successful entrepreneurs on the block.Carter was the well put together sexy friend that looked out for everyone, but always had a crush on Viv, but didn’t pursue her because she was unavailable. Viv was the smart, sexy, eccentric chocolate connoisseur that at first glance looked like a well put together package, and for the most part they were, if you don’t include matters of the heart.V [...]

    • I think its safe to say I'm obsessed with Christina C Jones and her books. I can always count on her to give me exactly what I'm looking for.Black Love, Black Excellence, Character Development, Exposition, Fun, Pain, Conflict, Romance, Authenticity, Swag, Slayage, EVERYTHING.I enjoyed reading about Vivienne and Carter, their struggles, insecurities, baggage, dysfunction and eventually love. I was completely engrossed in their story from beginning to end which is probably why it only took me a fe [...]

    • I thought this book, Didn't Mean To Love You, had a captivating storyline that was a smooth flowing continuation of the book, A Crazy Little Thing Called Love. Because I had prior knowledge of Vivienne & Carter, it was easy to connect to these characters. A great job was done in providing more information on Viv's & Carter's previous situations which assisted me in understanding what they were experiencing with each other. Carter, whom I envision as being extremely handsome, seemed to be [...]

    • Carter and Viv's story intrigued me immediately, and I love how everything slowly unfolded between them. I also enjoyed how this story overlapped with the previous one in the series, keeping us abreast of what was going on with Simone and Roman. I absolutely, absolutely adored Carter. Like, if-only-I-could-have-someone-like-him-for-myself kind of adored him. Ms. Jones has a knack for creating characters that are so raw and believable that you swear you know them. The rapport between Viv and Cart [...]

    • Loved the characters (all of them!), loved Viv and Carter's journey, LOVED THIS BOOK!!! Such a good story, that had me laughing out loud several times, then almost in tears at other points. For a book that's less than 200 pages, the story felt very complete (not always the case) - even though I didn't want it to end, LOL. Nice to 'see' and hear about characters from her other books.Keep up the good work, Mrs. Jones!p.s. What's up with Eddie? He's a hoot, but I can't decide if I want him to end u [...]

    • In book 2 we meet Vivian and Carter. Vivian, is the owner of the chocolate shop and Carter owns the barbershop. Vivian is one that loves hard. She wears her emotions on her shoulder. All she wants is to be loved back like she loves. Carter, the man who doesn't want to be in a serious relationship is knocked off his square with Vivian. He really doesn't know how to express himself when it comes to relationships. I enjoyed reading about their relationship. I enjoyed reading book 2. I will continue [...]

    • I immediately started reading this book after o finished A Crazy Little Thing Called Love because it was so good and I couldn't wait to start the next book. This was a great read. Viv and Carter had both been burned by different situations and through this journey you see them grow together. Their up and downs keep the story intriguing. You also get to catch up with Simone and Roman as this relationship was occurring during their relationship. The love scenes in this book was HOT. You will not b [...]

    • Just Melts In MouthThere's not a woman alive that can resist chocolate and I am talking about the kind walking on two legs.I love the chemistry between Carter and Viv.This is such a well written adult romance dealing with real life.The flow of this story is so easy that you feel and pick up on every emotion.This is definitely in the recommend pile.I can't wait for the next installment.

    • Viv and Carter's story was simply wonderful. We were first introduced to them in the book, Crazy Little Thing Called Love. Viv was Simone's friend and Carter was the barber that was interested in Simone. It hinted at them getting together and now we have their love story. Christina Jones continues to deliver wonderful books time and time again. She is able to pull emotions out of of you as you go through the drama with her characters. I can't wait to read the next book.

    • Heyyy Mr. CarterI loved Viv and Carter's story! I was equally happy to see that his (Carter's) story didn't have the usual drama that involved another woman but briefly touched basis on depression. This is a topic that is often overlooked and not addressed and often we don't think about how it really affect the children.

    • Complicated Carter & VivYou know you have a good book in your hands when you find ways to read a page! Carter and Viv had me so wrapped up in their complicated and twisted approach to love each other!! I'm not a spoilerMs. Jones has another top notch story that I highly recommend reading! Ohhhh this is soooo good!!!

    • An APB Perspective ReviewDidn’t Mean to Love You deals with the issues of loss, sadness, pain, relationship struggles, faith, love, and redemption. The characters and dialogue are believable and well liked. I really enjoyed the development between Carter and Viv. Their courtship stole my heart.

    • Carter and Viv might be my favorite couple that Christina has written so far. Their relationship grew organically and I found myself rooting for the them to make it, despite all the roadblocks put up. No lie, my eyes mighta sweated for 1.37 seconds when Carter told Viv [spoiler redacted], but was so glad when he clarified it later in the book.

    • I love this book. Just as I fell in love with Roman from A Crazy Little Thing Called Love, I fell in love with Carter. Great storytelling from Ms. CCJ.

    • Christina Jones has done it again. Didn't Mean To Love You is a well written love story with with hot sex scenes. Loved it!

    • Hands down one of the best love stories for me! Each one of us knows a Vic and a Carter. Couldn't put this book down.

    • YesVery good book could not put it down. I knew from the first book that this would happen. This is a must read

    • Ok readI didn't really care for the long drawn out way the story developed. Was very predictable and didn't hold my attention too long.

    • This series had to be the favorite of her series. She's grown tremendously as a writer and it shows page after page. I'm hoping that Eddie will soon get a book with all his fun antics!!!!

    • OMG!!!! Where do I start with this bookVivienne and Carter the coming together of this couple was so damn dynamic!!If you read the first book, "A Crazy Little Thing Called Love" then you have already met Vivienne and Carter, friends of the couple Roman and Simone. Vivienne is the cool French sister with the huge natural hair and owner of her own chocolatier store. Carter is the sexy brother with the dreads and owner of his own barber shop. Two friends who have secretly crushed on the other. Vivi [...]

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