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Paramount requested that Segal adapt the story into novel form as a preview of sorts for the film. The novel was released on February 14, , Valentine's Day.

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Portions of the story originally appeared in The Ladies' Home Journal. A sequel, Oliver's Story , was published in A film adaptation was released on December 16, Love Story is romantic and funny, yet tragic. It is the tale of two college students whose love enables them to overcome the adversities they encounter in life: Oliver Ollie was expected to assume control of his father's business empire, while Jennifer Jenny was a music major studying at Radcliffe College and planning to study in Paris.

From very different worlds, Oliver and Jenny are immediately attracted to each other and their love deepens. The story of Jenny and Ollie is a story of two young people who come from two separate worlds and are brought together in the unlikeliest of ways. Upon graduation from college, the two decide to marry, against the wishes of Oliver's father, who promptly severs all ties with his son. Without financial support, the couple struggles to pay Oliver's way through Harvard's Law School, with Jenny working as a private school teacher.

Graduating third in his class, Oliver gets several job offers and takes up a position at a respectable New York law firm.


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There was some planting and farm work to be done. I'm not complaining though; despite its bittersweet premise, the author managed to keep the tone light and make this a subdued, stress-free kind of book. Overall, as I said, this was quick, sweet read about two characters falling in love and leaving an impact on each others' livesone of whom just so happened to look kind of like a tree ;- Recommended For: Original Review Metaphors and Moonlight Mar 20, Carrie Austin-Malone rated it it was amazing.

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I usually love an Alpha male but can I say I loved Nia, who is so patient and caring while Holly deals with her feelings for her and whether to take the risk on letting Nia into her life. The fantasy storyline which we are introduced to here, is already making me look forward to book 2 as I can't wait to see where this goes.

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Beautifully magical A beautifully magical story about finding love and acceptance despite their many unconventional differences.

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