‘True Love to a Naive Heart’ by Andi Lutz

What is the proper age to fall in love; 20, 30, 40, 16? True love doesn’t have an age and that is what Beth soon finds out after she meets Adam. From the moment they look into each other’s eyes they feel it, love. But everyone around them is pulling them apart, telling them it isn’t true. Beth is told she’s too young and doesn’t know what love is. Why do you have to be older and be crushed by love multiple times to know what the real thing feels like? Can’t you meet your soulmate when your heart is still pure? Something this strong can’t be broken and no matter how many times they are pulled apart they always come back to each other. But is all the hurt and pain it’s caused able to be healed and will their love last a lifetime?

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