The Way that I Love You: An Urban Tale of Love and Betrayal by Aikea Gordon
Devonte is your typical young man from the hood. Ain’t worried about nothing but getting money and getting laid.
“I mean I love my girl, but a nigga too young to be locked down”
Nicole would give anything necessary for him and vice versa. She’s been there through all the ups and downs. She understands him…so why can’t he treat her right?
Life has a way of catching up to you, whether it’s good or bad. What goes around comes around. Karma is a bitch and she showed Devonte and Nicole no mercy!!!!
We’ve all been in at least one bad relationship that was toxic or taught us a life lesson. We’ve all gone through struggles with our families. We all have had to or will have to find ourselves. Anyone can relate to The Way that I Love You, whether you’ve lost someone, had a bad relationship, in the streets, been hurt or betrayed, you’ll be able to find some version of yourself in at least one character. Those who share experiences with the characters will find comfort in that and feel like they aren’t alone and they can change their situation. (2021, Paperback, 210 Pages)