Love Will and Jem. Everything about these two. Love their friendship and loyalty. I love getting to see events before the series starts. Ahhhh,...more*sigh*
Love Will and Jem. Everything about these two. Love their friendship and loyalty. I love getting to see events before the series starts. Ahhhh, my sweet Will Herondale. Cassie rocks at giving me a taste of awesomeness, just to tease me and take it away. I want more. (less)
Ugh, this book still brings all the feels, even if it was just a scene. Or two. But this series as a whole kills my soul....more*cue the motherfucking sobs*
Ugh, this book still brings all the feels, even if it was just a scene. Or two. But this series as a whole kills my soul. I love this series so much that it really punctures my heart when I read anything having to do with it. My poor Will, my poor Jem. I miss those boys. And this was a crucial scene between them and my heart just spilled on the floor. Now, I wanna re-read the entire series again and sob my eyes out. :'((less)
Holy freaking crap! I read this on a whim, in like 40 minutes...with distractions!!! I neeeeeeeeeeeeed the first...more4.5 I need more sexy Hayden NOW stars
Holy freaking crap! I read this on a whim, in like 40 minutes...with distractions!!! I neeeeeeeeeeeeed the first book NOOOOOW!!! Just this small 50+ page novella had me all squirmy and intrigued. Hayden had me captivated from the get-go. Ahhhhhhhhh!!!
Tenley just moved from New York to Chicago. She's a shy, timid girl with a broken past. Hoping to get a fresh new start at Northwestern University in the coming weeks, she gets settled in her apartment above a bookstore/cafe. Her window is a great view of the Inked Armor tattoo shop where she watches the tattooists each night as they worked their magic on people's bodies. One tattooist in particular, catches her interest the most. He's tall, dark and oh so yummy...even with the piercings in his face.
Hayden Stryker has a past he's trying to forget. We don't know much about his past, but we know he's trying to get back on the straight and narrow after a lot of partying, booze and chicks got him in some trouble. His aunt owns the bookstore and coffee shop across the street from his tattoo shop, and when she hires part-time help from none other than....
Tenley...he's drawn to her. She makes his coffee runs for his business partners more purposeful. Other than to say hi and chat it up with his Aunt Cassie. But now this good girl, skittish and hot, has his attention. He's desperate to find out about her. And when it's apparent that she wants her first tattoo...he'll do what it takes to be the one to ink her.
Will he fuck it all up and scare her away? Or will he have a chance at something real in his life? And will she let him be the one to open her up?
Yeah. Fifty pages and I'm craving the next book. Yes, I know it's out. But I have to wait. I'm on a book-buying-ban. Ha ha. But fucking hell, I'm a fan already. And at the end of the novella, I got a glimpse of the first chapter of Clipped Wings. God damn. I need some more. Hayden is sexy! I love how he thinks, so blatant and unabashed. I love the writing, so descriptive and attention grabbing. And I'll get 2 books and another novella. Woot woot.(less)
Ooooo, I loved this scene. This. Was my favorite scene in City of Glass. And to hear it from Jace's perspective, even in 3rd person POV. I don't care....moreOoooo, I loved this scene. This. Was my favorite scene in City of Glass. And to hear it from Jace's perspective, even in 3rd person POV. I don't care. I love Jace. I love his love for Clary. And this was my favorite book of the series.
That was a turning point for their relationship and it was so sweet. And it sucked at the same time too. After everything they'd been through, there's always something getting in their way. Oh thanks Cassie for giving us more and more scenes from the books in his pov. Loved it!(less)
WHY? Did I wait a frickin year to read this?! WHY? WHY? WHY? WHY? WHY????? Omg! This was soooooooooooooooooo good!!! Such an emotional, heartbreaking...moreWHY? Did I wait a frickin year to read this?! WHY? WHY? WHY? WHY? WHY????? Omg! This was soooooooooooooooooo good!!! Such an emotional, heartbreaking story!! My poor Lucas! I LOVE LOVE LOVE him.
Did I mention I love Lucas? Cuz if not, I. Love. Lucas.!! But then again, who the fuck wouldn't??? Just that first chapter, the prologue alone had me a in his good graces. Ah! My head, I have to collect my thoughts so I can write a better, more coherent review because right now all I can think of is how much I love Lucas and protective nature. Plus he's a fucking artist, with tats, piercing and black hair. Ummmmm, God, I can't think straight.
P.S., a sequel in Lucas's POV? Holy. Shit. Gimme gimme gimmmmmmmmme!(less)
This cover. Lucas. YUM! I want this book now please! I hate waiting! Boooooo! I want it now. I want it now. I. Want. It. Now.! :(
Okay, sorry. Now that I got that out of my system...So, after reading Easy...well, before reading it actually, I was aware of Lucas getting his own book and though I hadn't met him yet, I felt like I knew him from friends reading it and talking non-stop about him the past year. So, after turning the last page, I was like.....
I WANT MORE. I NEED MORE. And then, I remembered we are getting more. More Lucas. More. Lucas. Maxfield. HALLELUJAH!!!!!!!!!!!!
Yes, Lucas, I love you. Totally, irrevocably, ridiculously, LOVE YOU. You and your heartbreaking but powerful ink, and your sexy lip ring, and those intense light eyes and shaggy but incredibly gripping black hair. AH! I just love you and can't wait to be in your head.
Damn, that was some crazy shit!!! The last bunch of chapters had my head spinning. I had no idea what was going on, but I know it wasn't good. Lordy,...moreDamn, that was some crazy shit!!! The last bunch of chapters had my head spinning. I had no idea what was going on, but I know it wasn't good. Lordy, my heart was racing. But it was good!
I'm very eager, yet keeping my expectations low, for the movie. It looks awesome, so I hope they stick to the book.
I'll post full review tomorrow. But I gotta say, Four is pretty amazeballs!! I can see the hype around him and find it accurate. He's so sweet and protective and flawed and just all around awesome!
I'd hate to admit it, but it took me awhile to get into this book. God, I wanted to love it. After being recommended by several people, I just feel bad that I didn't love it the way they did. But, you can't love 'em all right? That doesn't mean I didn't like it. I just have a hard time getting into Dystopian. It's not my first genre to read. I've always been more of a Paranormal romance genre reader. It's where I started, and it's where I'll end.
However, after getting to the middle, it started to pick up for me. I always enjoyed Four. When he came into the scene, I was connected to him. I enjoyed Tris. Her character was engaging, bringing me into her world, and the life of the Factions.
So why didn't I enjoy this more then? Because the whole world building was very confusing for me. In the beginning that is. Maybe I just had too much on my mind at once to pay attention to how everything worked. But I found myself lost on several occasions. I re-read a bunch to try to get a grasp on what was happening. Things finally clicked though. And then shit was going down and I again, was lost. Too much happening at once. First of all, what the fuck are they doing jumping off moving trains? I. Don't. Get. That. I'd be dead in a frickin' heartbeat...like KER SPLAT! Dead. I don't know, that was just weird to me. I guess it's because I had a near-death accident with a train and I don't like the sight of them. I hate them in fact, they scare me. So, no fucking thanks. I'll pass on committing suicide. Ha!
I did like the Factions and what they represented. I found the whole simulations kinda crazy too. Holy hell, seeing your fears right in front of you. I got about a handful of those, and they're pretty crazy. To have to go head-on with them would seriously drive me to a mental hospital. Maybe that's a bit extreme, but it's the truth. I did like Tris' bravery. How she handled the initiations and her choice of what Faction she chose. Even if it stirred the pot between her parents.
We learned a lot about sacrifice, loyalty, bravery, facing your fears, trust, self-discovery, what to do in a dire situation and what lengths you'd go to protect those you love. It was really fascinating.
There's so much that I enjoyed, and some I was confused and lost on. But overall, it was better than I expected it to be when I first heard of this series a year ago. I never planned on reading it. Ever. It just didn't interest me. But then I watched the trailer, yes I watched the trailer before I read the book. I watched it over and over. And started to become more curious about the hype, so I did go out and buy it. I just let it sit on my shelf for a while before I finally opened the book.
I enjoyed the characters. Christina, Will, Al, Caleb, Tori (my daughter's name, not that that matters, just tossing that tidbit out there), Tris, and of course Four. I even liked, hated, the bad guys...the ones that made me want to hurl them off the edge of the roof of the building eighteen stories up. Yeah, those too. Gotta have villains to keep it interesting. But I still hated them and what they did. Not cool.
The ending had a lot of action, probably the most, and I was sad and jumping in suspense and cringing, and hoping against odds that certain things didn't happen. I was able to breathe eventually, but it was still intense. But it kept me turning the pages to see what was going on and how it would transpire.
I loved the bit of romance that was happening. Four was such a sweet, protective guy. Really. The conversations he and Tris had, the way he was gentle yet firm and attentive, yet he let his emotions slip a little, the subtle gestures he made like holding her hand, the look in his eyes when he saw into her. It was all endearing. I swooned quite a bit with that guy. I kept forgetting he was not too much older than Tris but he acted a lot older. He was mature for his 18 years, I think. And the fact that he wasn't any more experienced than she was. HELLO HOT STUFF! The end was so swoony, and I could feel my face flush a bunch. Especially their last interaction. Loved it!
I'm interested to see how they're going to bring this book to the screen. I won't get my hopes up or expectations high, not doing that EVER again. But I'm still very curious and will be anticipating the movie next year. I do need to read Insurgent at some point too, just not sure when yet.(less)
From the moment I started this, to the moment...well hell I'm still crying. It's been a while since I read this series, but I remember everything abou...moreFrom the moment I started this, to the moment...well hell I'm still crying. It's been a while since I read this series, but I remember everything about it. Logan was a 17 year old rock star who was on his way to fame, but the night he and Aura, the love of his life decide to consummate their love, is the night that shit goes wrong.
And he dies.
Because of the record label people giving him fucking drugs because that's what all rock stars do, right? Yeah, well he only was taking this stuff to calm the overwhelming nervousness that both being a hot famous rock star with his band (who are his brothers, The Keely Brothers is the name of their band) and well, the night he gets signed, they throw a party and celebrate their success.
Aura and Logan go upstairs and get ready to have sex because they're in love and want this night to be special and what better way to end the awesome night than to make love to your beloved? Especially with being Logan? Yeah, no better way in my opinion.
Except, it never happened because before they could get that far, he'd taken the drugs...but they weren't what they were supposed to be. He didn't mean to take some hard core shit, only some stuff to help calm his nerves so he could relax and enjoy his Aura. But God damn drugs will fuck you up, no matter what they are.
Ugh, everyone finds him on the bathroom floor, dead as a door nail. And his spirit comes back, not realizing that he's not alive. He watches his loved ones cry and scream his name and he can't get their attention. It's the worst pain to experience and it sucked the whole book I sobbed my eyes out. I loved Logan and never wanted that to happen to him. Sure he was stupid for taking the drugs in the first place, but he was still a kid and he just wanted that night to be perfect. And God did it turn out to be the worst night EVER.
Well, he became a shade and only certain people are able to see them. They have to be born before a certain time. But Aura was able to see him and talk to him when he came back. Seeing her mourn for him was hard enough. But this little treat I found was a thousand times worse. It was like 65 pages too short, but I'm glad I found, bought and read it.
Zach is in the picture and the last book he ends up with Aura so I'm not reading it. I never liked him from the first moment he entered the book in Shade. In Shift my opinion never changed. And I certainly won't read the last book just so I can curse him for getting Logan's happily ever after.
But this short story has extra information, like lyrics to his songs and there's an interview with him and Micky too at the end. I loved it. I wish so bad that he was able to stay corporeal for longer than he did in those times he changed. I'd rather be with Logan's dead spirit for the rest of my life than be with British butt munch Zachary who's alive. I don't care, I loved Logan and it broke my heart to see his pain.
This short story, Logan realizes Micky blames himself for his death. He's not living much, and for 233 days that Logan's been dead, he hadn't played or sang. It was just too difficult. But when Logan sees a girl who has the gift to see him, he asks for her help to talk to Micky because he knows he wants to kill himself. Ugh, -pause, wipes angry tears-
So when Krista walks up to Micky and says something Logan-like, he freaks out. But eventually, he listens. And with Krista translating, Logan tells him everything he hasn't been able to say.
GOD. My heart. Micky's remorse, sorrow, anguish, pain...was so palpable I felt it for both of them. Krista reveals something similar that happened to her in her life, so she's able to help Micky and Logan. With her help, Logan tells him how sorry he is for being stupid and hurting the family (they have 2 other brothers and a sister) because since he died, nothing had been the same.
Finally, he steers Micky away from the brink of death, and instead play at the beach,a song of theirs for their friends and family. Ugh, what an emotional short story. Logan hated not being able to touch or hear or cry or laugh or smile with the ones he loved anymore. All he could do was sit and watch them all do those things together, without him. It just didn't seem right. It wasn't right. It'll never be right again.
I thank the author for writing this from his POV and letting us see how he's dealing with his death. Or how he's dealt with it. Watching his family from afar. And of course the fact that Aura has moved on and that hurts like a son of a bitch. I know she has no choice, blah blah blah. But she needed time to grieve and heal, instead of move right onto Zach just because he's British and sexy blah blah blah. Accent or not, I never liked him. But that's life right? Too bad I won't get to see how it ends, because I did like this story and the take on shades was interesting. But with Logan not getting to be alive somehow, I just don't see the point.
I guess the pressure of being a musician takes its toll on some and it can f**k up your life and the life of those around you. Say no to drugs, no matter what they tell you. In the end, you'll be the one to suffer, leaving everyone behind. They're just not worth it. (less)
Wow. Wow. Wow. I need a moment to get myself together, after spending the last half of the book with a blurred vision. I can't even think straight, my...moreWow. Wow. Wow. I need a moment to get myself together, after spending the last half of the book with a blurred vision. I can't even think straight, my head hurts and I feel like I'm gonna pass out. An unforgettable and emotional journey that I'll always keep close to my heart.
Over the years, Tate had endured a lot of harassment because of me. People were pretty stupid in high school and freshman and sophomores are...more*EXCERPT*
Over the years, Tate had endured a lot of harassment because of me. People were pretty stupid in high school and freshman and sophomores are the dumbest. They want to be accepted, and gossip is taken as gospel. Tell people that someone has their clit pierced or that they eat dogs, and you just have to sit back and watch the school flood with talk. And usually the objects of the talk would drown pretty quickly. However, by junior and senior year, silly rumors are about as effective as a broken condom. I’d wanted to keep guys away from Tate, but that wasn’t working so much anymore. They saw she was beautiful, and now, after the locker room incident, they saw her as a slut, too. “Jared’s right. You’re not worth it.” Nate’s voice was low, but I was already on his ass. “Sit down, Nate.” He spun around, while Tate looked up. I didn’t make eye contact with her, but I knew her eyes were on me. Dietrich looked surprised and small. He knew not to mess with me as did most of the school. I wasn’t huge, and I had no special skills that other guys didn’t have, but I wasn’t afraid. Ever. I didn’t mind getting hit, and I didn’t back down. That’s what scared most people about me. You come at me, and I’ll come after you harder. “Hey, man, no offense.” He held up his hands. “If you’re not done with her…” My arms surged with the need to haul this guy out of here by his collar. If I’m not done with her? And just then, I felt like crawling inside of myself to hide. My throat tightened, and my eyes burned. What the hell? I wanted her to hurt, but I didn’t want her to hurt. I hated her. I loved her. I wanted to violate her body in a hundred different ways, but I wanted to keep her safe. There was no limit to how fucking confused I was right now, but one thing was for certain. Tate was worth more than all of us put together. She wasn’t trash. She was hope and sunlight, and all the good shit that assholes like us don’t get. And for the first time, I wasn’t getting any goddamn peace from tormenting this girl. I just wanted to wrap her up in my arms and see her happy. My eyes narrowed, and I wished for a perfect world where I could toss darts at this guy’s dick. “Don’t talk to her again,” I commanded. “Go.” And I jerked my chin off to a corner he should go fucking hide in. Was I better than him? No. But I’d deal with that shit later. Tate let out an aggravated sigh as Nate walked off, and I turned my eyes on her in time to see her lips tighten. I saw the scowl, knew it was meant for me, but didn’t even have a chance to figure out why when she spoke up. “Don’t do me any favors,” she sneered. “You’re a miserable piece of shit, Jared. But then, I guess I’d be miserable, too, if my parents hated me. Your dad left you, and your mom avoids you. But who can blame them, right?” I stopped breathing, and the room around me closed in. What the fuck did she just say? I stared at her, feeling torn apart and dead, knowing that it was completely un-Tate to say something like that but also knowing that she spoke the truth. I didn’t forget to breathe. I just didn’t want to anymore. It felt like every eye in the room was on me and people were whispering behind their hands, laughing at me. I was exposed, and everyone knew my shit. My eyes sharpened on her, and I wasn’t at all confused anymore about whether I loved or hated her. I fucking hated her. She was packaged up to look like a good girl, but make no mistake. There was bitch in there, and thank God I was reminded of that fact.
Edit: HOLY SHIT!!!!! That cover.....seriously I wanna lick it and maybe caress it and rub it on myself....wait, TMI. Sorry. But holy hell, Jared, you are one juicy sexy bad boy and I can't wait to get my hands on you. Excuse me while I run a cold shower cause right now I'm sweating....
Woohoo!!!!!! I'm so so so so so so excited for this book!!!!! Or partial book, or whatever! I don't care, I just can't wait to read from Jared's pov!!!!! I was having mixed feelings for him in Bully. But since I'm a bad boy kinda girl, I ended up loving him. Not that his bad boy sexy charm made up for all the shit he did to Tate. But.....yeah, I fell for him anyway. And now we get his POV! So thank you Penelope, I can't wait!!!!(less)
Amazing!!!! Love love love this book! Wow, what a roller coaster ride!!! I think I used up every emotion I ever had and then some!!! Phew!!! Jake Andr...moreAmazing!!!! Love love love this book! Wow, what a roller coaster ride!!! I think I used up every emotion I ever had and then some!!! Phew!!! Jake Andrews alone gets 10 'hot mother fucker' stars!!!! I loved Logan, a lot! I loved Lucy and Heidi and everyone else. I hated Megan and James and would volunteer pushing them off a cliff! Oh wait, I mean...no fuck it, I'll tie them together and watch them fall to their deaths. And then have a party! Jesus Christ, how did Kayla survive all that shit?! I would've checked out long ago. I can't imagine all that pain she suffered. She was so strong. Love her. But she did have Jake by her side and damn was he yummy! Love this book! Excellent debut Jay, you kick ass!!!!! I'm forever a fan, ya hear??? Can't wait for Logan's book next!!!
I love that cover!!! Yay! Can't wait for more Callie & Kayden!!!!!!!!!!!!!! <3
Awesome! The title says everything I've needed. So excited...more*SQUEE*
I love that cover!!! Yay! Can't wait for more Callie & Kayden!!!!!!!!!!!!!! <3
Awesome! The title says everything I've needed. So excited to be getting the resolution of C&K!!!! Can't wait!!!!
Please please please please let this be a book of resolution. Redemption did not end with everything resolved, at least not in my opinion!!!! Either way, I can't wait for more Callie and Kayden! I just love these two!!!! I want nothing more but happiness for them!! <3(less)
This book took a different turn during editing. I mean, what the fuck? It was completely done and finished and ready(minus the last bit of editing). And then when I changed a couple of things, it kind of changed the events of EVERYTHING. So with that said, it's not ready for publishing. But it's okay, because this change was for the better. It'll be ready by Monday and I'll keep it at .99 for a few more days for the delay. Grrrrr! Sorry for the wait. But it'll be worth it. We're happy for the change, that's all that matters.
And thanks to a few of my peeps that I discussed a few things with. I'm working overtime on this baby!
Here's a new teaser of the newly improved book...
We end the night at our park, lying side by side on the merry-go-round,staring up at the night sky. You can only catch a few bright stars peeking out. It’s so peaceful, breezy and perfect. I’ve never felt so content to just lie with someone without speaking.
“Jackson?” Skylar’s voice is a breath of air.
“Do you think your dad will ever date again?” Her question surprises me, but I’ve wondered that myself. He just makes an excuse that he’s too busy.
I move my head so I can look at her, “I’d like to think he’ll meet someone. But he doesn’t seem interested.”
“My mom’s the same way. She works too much so she claims she’s too tired.” Absentmindedly, I run my fingers up and down her arm. “I think she’s still scared of the idea.” I can relate. “Sometimes I can still hear my dad’s voice, telling me what to do.” Her voice takes on a haunted tone. My hand reaches her fingertips, slowly tracing the length of her newly manicured fingers. “Does the pain ever go away?”
I stop moving; wracking my brain for an answer but come up short. “I don’t know, honestly. We've both lost a parent in a different way. I imagine it’ll get easier. You know why?”
She pivots her body so she’s on her side, facing me. “Why?”
I lean close to her, reach out to touch her face and say, “Because I’m gonna remind you of all the memories I have of him, to make you smile, laugh and feel grateful for the time you got to spend with him. Because that’s what he’d want.” A tear falls from her eye. My head dips slightly, kissing it away.
She wraps her arm around my waist. “That would really help, Jackson. And I’m sure he’s watching us from wherever he is, smiling and happy that his daughter is happy with such an incredible guy.”
It brings a smile to my face and I hope her dad knows how grateful I am to him for bringing such an amazing girl into the world. I’ll do my best to show her how special she is. I can be that guy for her. I will be. I hold her tight against me, massaging her back. Our legs are tangled together. There’s no such thing as perfect; in a perfect world, maybe. But this is anything but a perfect world. However; this night, this moment, is as close to perfect as you can get. I close my eyes, soaking up the warmth emanating from her body, listening to her steady heartbeat.
“I love it. It’s so quaint. I love to bowl by the way.”
“Perfect. Now I know where to take you for our second date.”
She gives me a flirty smile and leans against the table, a little too closely. She smells intoxicating, breaking my focus. “So, you’re saying there’s gonna be a second date?”
I look up, meeting her halfway, my lips stopping just inches of hers, our breaths mixing with the air. “For as long as I have you, there’s gonna be a lot more dates to come.” My head snaps back as hers come forward. “Now is the time for your pool lesson.”
She pouts mockingly, taking the stick I give to her. “Okay, so Teach, what do I do first?”
“I’m going to break. After I wrack the balls, that is.” I get the triangle and situate the balls, explaining the process as I go. When I’m ready to break, I tell her how to position her legs and where the stick sets on your wrist. “Some people break hard, it all depends how much oomph you put into it. Just brace yourself against the table and hit the balls, scatter them about so you sink at least one into the pocket.” When I break, several of them split up and a couple of stripes go in.
“You got some stripey balls.”
I look for my next shot and line them up with the cue ball; I miss, purposely. “Okay, your turn.” She glances at me, hesitant. “Okay, so does that mean I’m the solid colors?” I nod, so she walks around the table looking for a possible shot. I come up from behind, startling her.
“Relax,” I order her lightly. My arm wraps around her grabbing the stick into position. I can feel her heart race through her clothes, matching my own rapid pace. Our bodies so close. “Okay, you wanna aim for that ball,” I point to it with the tip and show her what part of cue ball to hit. The contact of her skin mixed with her perfume makes me dizzy, in the best possible way. I take a deep breath and shake my senses back into place. “Now easy,” Our hands move back slowly before connecting with the ball. It knocks the balls around the table and one falls into the pocket.
Just to clear the air.....this is NOT and never intended to be a love triangle. The final draft has quite a few changes made to it and I'm so thankful that its been fixed. I love my betas and editor. I'm much happier with this final draft, which I'm still editing to the very last second before release. I wanna throw a fucking party, I'm so excited!(less)
Perfect ending! Bittersweet. Beautiful. Emotional. Epic. Incredible. It's hard to say goodbye to...more10-I-don't-want-to-say-goodbye-to-Clay-and-Mags-stars!
Perfect ending! Bittersweet. Beautiful. Emotional. Epic. Incredible. It's hard to say goodbye to these two amazing characters I fell in love with in Find You in the Dark. They're an absolute favorite couple of YA. After everything they had to face, all the obstacles, all the drama, all the bull shit, they show you how anything is possible if you want it bad enough. Just have faith. Have hope. Don't give up. And eventually, you'll see the light through all the darkness.
Clay and Maggie have come so far in these two books. They've faced challenges that no 17 year old should have to. They were torn apart. They were brought back together. Both of them grew up so much throughout the series. Both of them overcame their fears, doubts, mistrust, and faced it all head-on...together. Sure there's always gonna be hardships, but if you just remember that love can conquer it all, and it's all worth it in the end, you'll get through it.
Clay and Maggie will always have a special place in my heart. Walters did a phenomenal job, painting a story in which a couple who've been through hell and back, can find their way out of the darkness. It was not an easy road, in fact, I was so worried for these two through most of it. But they're so strong, both together and apart. Although together they're stronger. I hated when they were apart.
Thank you A Meredith Walters for this amazing, yet short story. I'm so selfish and want more. I can read about these two forever. I want more. I want more. *sniff sniff*
Anyway, perfect novella. Perfect story. Perfect everything. Now I'm sad. And depressed. I love Clay. He was amazing...flawed and all. I hate his mother-effing parents and wish them harm.
CLAY & MAGGIE....CLAY & MAGGIE.....MORE CLAY & MAGGIE....CLAY & MAGGIE!!!!!!!!!!! I. CAN'T. CONTAIN. MY EXCITEMENT! EEEEEEEEEEEEKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK!
AHHHHH more Clay and Maggie! More Clay and Maggie!!! OMG! OMG!!!! Thank you A Meredith, for giving us more of our favorite non-dysfunctional couple!!!!! I can't freakin wait!!!!! Can't. Freakin. Wait.!! *SQUEE*(less)
Well fuck, I'm still thinking about Jared. I think I love him. I mean his actions were pretty low at times, but damn, I was conflicted. I HA...more4.5 stars!
Well fuck, I'm still thinking about Jared. I think I love him. I mean his actions were pretty low at times, but damn, I was conflicted. I HATE bullies. And part of me wanted Tate to throw his ass out and forget him but....another part (bigger, that is) decided that maybe, just maybe I would've done the same thing in her shoes. Were his actions for 3 years justifiable? Probably not, but fuck me, I fell for his shit too. I fell hard for him, finally. I'll admit, I had butterflies when he appeared. He's just amazing...and Jesus. Christ. I was bawling like a baby at the cemetery scene...the very first one. God, he was so sweet. I don't know, I shouldn't root for him but I did, like everyone else. I also loved Madoc too. He kicked ass. And also, KC even made me laugh, though I wanted to punch her too. But I was glad Tate could put that shit she'd done aside for the sake of their friendship. Not sure I could. What a great and different read! I enjoyed!
Still have mixed feelings for Jared but I like him more than I did at the beginning!!!! And the sexual tension was HOT!!!!