New Release with Review: Make You Miss Me by B Celeste

September 4, 2021


 Release Date: September 2

Stevie Foster thought her happy ever after would come easily after saying “I do” to her high school sweetheart at nineteen.

But twelve years later, she finds herself divorced, settling into a new home, in a new town, with a new job as an elementary teacher trying to pick up the pieces as she goes.

On top of struggling to cope with the future she always wanted versus the one she’s been dealt, she soon realizes that her new neighbor is a strict, stone-faced man she’s all too familiar with.

Lieutenant Colonel Fletcher Miller.

The man once in charge of her ex-husband’s unit.

And as if the reminder across the street of what she lost wasn’t painful enough, she also becomes his young son’s teacher.

A single dad. A divorcee. A second chance at love neither knew they’d get.

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Make You Miss Me is a slow burn forbidden romance that takes you on a woman's journey of self discovery, love, independence and finding happiness in her own way again.

It's been a little over two years since Stevie was served with divorce papers and she's still trying to pick up the pieces and get her life in order. Buying a house and getting back to a job that she loves was her first step in reclaiming her independence and she's more than content with the life that she's building. When a new student arrives in her classroom Stevie knows that she's going to have a special bond with the little boy who the world sees as different and his father is going to be hard to ignore.

I really liked how we saw the evolution of Stevie. She started off as a woman who was lost, hurt and she didn't know how she was ever going to move on. She later grew into this person with a bit more confidence and finding out what worked for her and slowly progressed to a woman who became braver, self assured and knew her worth.


extremely slow burn romance but for some reason that didn't bother me too much. I did wish that certain things would've sped up quickly and not drag on but the real issue I had was the single pov from Stevie. I desperately wanted to read Fletcher's pov for certain things and I needed to know how he felt. Aside from that and the fact that I think Stevie and Fletcher needed to spend more time together as a couple, I think this story is worth a try.

Meet B. Celeste

B. Celeste was born and raised in Upstate New York where she still resides with her four-legged feline sidekick Oliver “Ollie” Queen.

Her love for writing began with poetry, which she learned to write after watching her father write poetry for her mother, before she found interest in short stories, novellas, and novels.

After getting two degrees in English and Creative Writing, B has written over 12+ full length novels, been invited to many signings around the world, and hopes to begin traveling to see readers worldwide.

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  1. I love the cover of this book! And I love your honest review! I'm definitely not a fan of single perspective stories :D

    1. Thank you so much Nat!! Yea I'm not a fan either. I really wished this one was in dual pov lol