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May 15, 2013

TELL ME by Deanna DiLorenzo


TELL ME                                          4 STARS
by Deanna DiLorenzo

10% of first year’s book sales go to help support LGBT youth
Tell Me is the story of Meagan Summers, a determined magazine executive who is willful, stubborn, and slightly neurotic, and the changes she undergoes loving the seemingly perfect poet, Amber Reed. Sometimes humorous, sometimes frustrating; Tell Me is the story of one woman’s choices and how they affect the lives of everyone around 1998,  Tell Me is the story of two successful women in their mid-twenties learning about the truest tests of love. Written in a lively and sometimes humorous first-person manner, Tell Me focuses on the strong-willed but neurotic magazine executive Meagan Summers and the struggles she faces loving the seemingly perfect poet, Amber Reed.Though confident and self-assured, Meagan isn’t convinced she can provide Amber with the type of love she deserves. She must search within herself and overcome her personal challenges before she can truly become the person she believes Amber needs. But personal choices may become a matter of life and death and the decisions Meagan makes will affect everyone around her.


Deanna DiLorenzo was born in Ontario, Canada and moved to Buffalo, NY in 2004, where she currently resides with her partner and their two silly dogs, a Chihuahua named Dani and a Boxer named Devito.

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The book was very well written.  It was  hard to read at times since the characters were going through so much.  It takes you into the path of dark love.  I would say it is quite realistic.  The characters at times are not very likable but possibly can be saved.  The characters are real.  Sometimes you just wanted to slap Megan.  The story winds and weaves just when you think you have the storyline down straight.  This is a story of a relationship between two women and how one of them grows. The read opens your eyes and you realize that everyone is flawed only in different ways.  Life is not always what we want it to be, but nonetheless, it is what it is and we must deal.  Life isn't easy, and the struggles are hard but most of the time, it's worth it.
I would recommend this book to anyone that likes varied relationships.  It's a good read, just a little difficult to get into at first.

I would give this book 4 STARS

I received a complimentary cop of the book TELL ME by the author Deanna DiLorenzo for this unbiased review.

1 comment:

Deanna DiLorenzo said...

Hi Gayle,

Thank you so much for reading and reviewing my book!

Very much appreciated :)