Even if it hurts is a contemporary romance that incites all the questions and what if’s.
Chloe Kennedy met the love of her life while studying abroad in London for a semester with Oliver Bennet. However, their time together and the memories they created needed to be forgotten for Chloe to move on with her life now.
She got the degree, the internship, the coveted job, the money, but the thing missing was love. She wanted to feel like she felt when she fell in love back in London, all the feels, the tingling, the excitement, the butterflies, she wanted it all.
Lance Hamiton, attorney at law, ridiculously rich and handsome man, makes his entrance known from the very beginning knowing what he wants in life and never settling for something less. Chloe, being the woman that she is, accepted Lance’s need to be demanding and calculated, never trying to change his ways or his mind and their relationship was one perfect match.
Now the questions begin, is love bigger than just one man? Would you give up everything to be with the one you love? What about your dreams, your plans, your vows, your promises, do they mean nothing? Would you risk it all for love?
Marni Mann has a way of writing all the impossible things, and she delivers on asking and possibly answering all the impossible questions, giving new meaning to the question, would you ever?