Publication date: November 6th 2012
Genres: Young Adult, Romance, Contemporary Romance, Chick Lit
“Choosing to be with you isn’t a difficult decision, Jacqueline,” he breathed, pulling back one final time to stare into my eyes. “It’s easy. Incredibly easy.”
“Love is not the absence of logic
but logic examined and recalculated
heated and curved to fit
inside the contours of the heart”
Jacqueline was suppose to use him as her rebound guy but somehow she fell in love with him. The plan started off well but it all changed when she could only think about him and where she tries to figure out about his past why he does all the jobs he has. She found out that he was lying to her about the tutor thing but that worked out quite well in the end. When Jacqueline told her best friend about what Buck did to her she was so pissed that she broke up with her boyfriend because her boyfriend did not believe Erin. Erin signed them up for self defenses classes and Lucas was also a teacher there helping girls learn self defense.
“The night we met-I’m not like that guy.” His jaw was rigid.”I know tha-” He placed a finger over my lips, his expression softening.”So I don’t want you to feel pressured. Or overpowered. But I do, absolutely, want to kiss you right now. Badly.”
What I loved about this book is it never got boring. You always wanted to know what will happen to Buck if anybody stopped him. I also loved it that Jacqueline fell in love with two guys but actually those to guys was just one person just different parts of him. What I did not like about it is she went to go and pry about Lucas’s past and she nearly lost him because of it but what I love about Lucas is how protective he is of the people he loves. This book was one of my favorites and I would recommend it to all but just to let you know it is not a dark story there is not a lot of rape if you all think this is all to do about rape then you wrong I really would say this is a nice romantic story of people finding each other.
“I noticed you the first week. Not just because of how pretty you are, though of course, that played into it. It was the way you lean onto your elbows when you ‘re listening in class, when something catches your interest. And when you laugh, it’s never to get attention, it’s just-laughter. The way you obssevively tuck your hair behind your ear on the left side, but let the right side fall down like a screen. And when you ‘re bored, you tap your foot soundlessly and move your fingers on the desktop like you ‘re playing an instrument. I wanted to sketch you.”