Friday, February 7, 2014

Book review of Escape In You by Rachel Schurig

 ARC provided by the author via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

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Synopsis:


This new adult contemporary romance contains mature themes and is recommended for ages 18+ .


This is a complete story with no cliffhanger! 

Jet Taylor is the quintessential bad boy. A womanizer. A fighter. Dangerous. The type of guy most girls do their best to avoid. But Zoe Janes is no saint herself. In fact, she sees in Jet the perfect opportunity to distract herself from her responsibilities at home and the mistakes that keep her trapped there. He’s gorgeous, likes to party, and is clearly only interested in having fun—just like Zoe. 

The more time they spend together, the harder it is for Zoe to stick to her “fun only” mantra. Jet is getting under her skin, making her believe things could actually be different. She knows they’re both trapped by the sins of their past but Jet is starting to make her think freedom might actually be possible. 

And that makes him the most dangerous boy of all.


Review:

 ARC provided by the author via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

I have been on a smut rampage lately and decided to try something different for my next read. I'm so glad I did because really loved this book. 

Both Zoe and Jet are dealing with very difficult episodes in their lives. When they meet they are only looking for fun- a distraction from what life is throwing their way. Little do they know that once they get to know each other, they will be moving beyond "fun".


Nothing in this book screamed "corny" to me. And to be honest, I thought it would. I connected to these characters and that is thanks to the author. So, kudos M'Lady! They felt like real people to me. I felt so bad for the situations they were in but was so happy that they were able to confide in one another. 

I thought it was incredibly sweet how they found each other and how they truly understand one another. The journey they went through was really special and "real". 



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