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Labeled Love: (A Love Beyond Labels Book One) by [Rocco, Danielle]
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I was twelve years old when I met him. I guess you could say opposites attract. We didn’t know it then. Or maybe we did, but we didn’t care. It’s not easy growing up in Los Angeles. Well, for me it was. But, not for him.

Mild Language, Sexual Content, Coming of Age

I’m a Hollywood girl born and raised in the business.
I have everything I’ve ever needed
and only wanted him.

Is it possible to find your forever love when you’re thirteen? Maybe not for most, but I did.
I’m just a boy raised in the pits of Los Angeles.
I have nothing
and only ever wanted her.

Worlds apart
Miles away

It would only be her
It would only be him

Labels never defined us
But will they tear us apart

Product details

  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1771 KB
  • Print Length: 351 pages
  • Publisher: Danielle M. Rocco (3 August 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B013EVOSAO
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #163,070 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Labeled Love is Danielle Rocco’s debut novel 6 August 2015
By Christy Baldwin BBU - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
Labeled Love is Danielle Rocco’s debut novel, but you’d never know it by reading this story. The writing style is fantastic and the words are beautiful. This is one of those books that I devoured and one that kept a permanent smile on my face. It’s one of the sweetest books ever. This couple has so much love and devotion for one another, you will easily fall in love with Jace, Shay and their story. It’s a book that needs to be read!

Jace is a boy who lives on the wrong side of the tracks. He’s being raised by a single mother who could care less about him. Essentially, he’s alone in this world. That is until this thirteen year old boy meets Shay Stark, and his life is forever changed.

Shay Stark is the daughter of a successful music producer in LA. She is a good kid and a bit of a tomboy. Her family has money, but she has wonderful parents who have taught her that it’s not everything. After going to a community center across town with her mom, she decides to join a game of football with the boys. There she sees him. Jace. A boy with dark hair, light eyes and too small clothes. Jace makes her feel something she’s never felt.

Jace and Shay spend the next few years meeting at the community center once a week. They’re best friends and fall into a true, real love along the way. Wednesdays are the best day of the week and the only day Jace really has to look forward to. Shay makes Jace want to be better. He only cares about keeping her happy, about being with her. She is the one true thing in his life. The one real thing. The one good thing. And he will always belong to her.

Shay and Jace’s relationship was the most beautiful thing. They share peanut butter jelly sandwiches, he writes her love letters, she writes him songs, they always have each other no matter what. Falling in love young isn’t always an easy path, especially when it’s real and forever love. This couple doesn’t always have it easy. They have more obstacles than your average couple. But they also have enough love to conquer them all.

I was so impressed with this book. The writing, the characters, the story… just all of it. I can’t think of anything I didn’t love. Shay and Jace were such special characters. I completely adored them. I couldn’t get enough. It was the sweetest story, but as it went on and the couple got older, it did go borderline NA which I liked. Towards the end, there was some angst that has me anxious for the next book. I can’t wait to see where Jace and Shay’s story goes.

Stories about young love make me happy. Shay and Jace’s love isn’t just young puppy love, it’s strong, it has struggles, and it transcends it all. It’s an epic and forever love story about a pretty girl and her boy. Labeled Love really came out of nowhere for me. It was a random book by an author I’d never heard of, but I’m so happy I read it. I will definitely be reading more by this author. Her writing is gorgeous and her story is heartfelt and moving. For anyone who loves YA/young love or is looking for a beautiful love story, I encourage you to pick this one up!
7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Love transcends everything 4.5 stars 6 August 2015
By TheGeekInPink - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Wow. What a sweet, make your heart feel light kind of love story! But the ending killed me.

Jace is a good kid, but life hasn’t dealt him kindly. From a very young age, he’s had to struggle. Be it food or clothes on his back, Jace didn’t have it easy. But he wasn’t bitter about having less. He still had a beautiful heart. He was still a hero. You’ll know why when you read the first chapter. He was my hero.

Shay was the sweet, sassy, bright as a sunshine kind of girl. She came from a beautiful family, her parents loved each other and never failed to show how much. She loved her siblings and they loved her back. She also was a sassy tomboy.

What happens when a boy who has nothing meets the girl who has everything? A heart lifting love story ensues. I adored the sweetness of their love, I loved how the author made their different background not an issue because so many books do. I loved how the author made the characters central to the story and not their circumstances. They were given the freedom to know each other and let the love they felt blossom into something sweeter. When I say that their backgrounds don’t play into the story I meant that no one made an issue of Jace’s background. But the kid, the boy with a golden heart, was hard on himself. Because of who he was and where he came from, he tried always protect his girl. My heart broke whenever he interacted with him mother, especially when he reminiscences at the beginning of the book. The boy did steal my heart. I was rooting for him to have his HEA.

My respect for Shay’s parents grew as I read along, they loved Jace for the man he was becoming in front of their eyes. They loved watching their daughter blossom and became and even more beautiful person. Shay’s father was a true hero in my book. He told Jace that his background or where he comes from doesn’t matter and time and again he tells his daughter the same thing. But with all things in life, nothing is easy. While Jace and Shay plan their future together, one small act of petty douchbaggery from someone she is close to puts a dark shadow over their life and future.

Will Jace be able to give his pretty girl what she wants most? Or will people who has limited understanding of what it means to really love, put a damper on their love?

This story transcends love in so many ways. The little things they do for each other, the letters, the charms, the music, the lyrics, they have all made a place in my heart.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Experience young love from its beginning! 6 August 2015
By jnorris - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
This book will make you remember your first everything and all of the feelings that go along with it.

Labeled Love is a true YA romance. Experience all of the feels with Jace and Shay from their first meeting. Jace is a swoony boy from the rough side of town, while Shay's wealthy, loving family provide her everything she wants and more. However, love doesn't know addresses. Jace is the protector wanting to keep Shay away from his struggles, but will his secrets keep them from their HEA?

"Do you love me, Baby?"
"More than anything."
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Meh 18 August 2015
By Kindle Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
Here's the thing. I liked it, but didn't love it. But here's the other thing, I feel like I WILL love book #2. And here's the reason why:

This story was SLOW for me. It starts when the characters meet in childhood and continue through high school. That's a long time, right?! But nothing happens! I feel like the author was trying very hard to be anti angst (which I respect the hell out of) but it made the story dull. It was a lot of sappy "I love you, baby" and "give me your lips, baby" and constant reassuring each other how much they love one another. Over and over and over again. At times, I felt the story was building up to something, but then nothing happened except more "I love you, baby" and "no baby, I love you more." Reading it was like craving a steak, but ending up with a salad. You're full, but not satisfied.

I feel like the story really began about the 90% mark. Now we're getting somewhere! But it ends in a cliffhanger.... Hence why I think book 2 will be the filet mignon and not just a garden salad.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Such an amazing story and I can't wait for the next part to this love story! 18 August 2015
By Shasta Mosley - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
This has been such an amazing book to read! A tale of finding true love at such an early age, and having to overcome obstacles just to stay together was just the story I needed at this time. I have been in such a book rut that I am so glad I had the chance to read Labeled Love.

Jace met Shay when he was only thirteen and knew at that moment that she had changed his life forever. Living on the wrong side of the tracks so to say is never easy. Always having to worry about drug addicts and drunks, and a mother who really could care less, the only thing he looks forward to is every Wednesday. Wednesday, is the day that he will get to see Shay and spend those few precious hours with her and escape his reality of where he lives and what he deals with every moment. The only thing that matters is Shay.

Shay has everything that she could ever want. A loving family, friends, and anything that money can buy. But even at the age of twelve she knows that what she really wants is a love like her mother and father has. But she doesn’t expect to find that love one day in a football huddle at a community center for underprivileged kids. When Shay set eyes on Jace she knows that there is something different about him and knows that she wants to be around him all the time. Jace is her best friend, but also her one true love and that is all that matters to Shay. It’s not about where he comes from or what he has it’s what is in his heart.

They have struggles like any other couple, but Jace and Shay are determined to be together and that is what makes this story even better, but after everything that tries to keep them apart they still break through those obstacles. But can one major event in their lives change what they have been striving over the years to keep or will it make their love stronger and solidify their relationship even more?

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