Then a twist to the story and we're left I enjoyed this book. Then a twist to the story and we're left waiting until When it's Over the next book that will be released in May. I'm pulling for Henry. He loves her and has always been there.
Feb 27, Lovmyfictional Boyfriends rated it it was amazing. Wow what a cliffhanger!!! I loved this book I loved Henry too I can't wait for the next book Emma!!!
Apr 15, Nikki rated it liked it. One word: Professor. It started out good, with potential to be great. But it just kind of fell flat for me. A big part of it was there was a huge secret Sydney was hiding and every time it was brought up, we only get very vague glimpses of what happened in her past. But it was confusing, and exhausting, although I was able to figure it out pretty early on.
Aside from that, the storyline was good, and held my attention and kept me reading even when I shouldn't have been. It alternates between One word: Professor. It alternates between past and present and we see how Sydney's relationship with her family falls apart as well as her relationship with Jake, a former boyfriend. The best friend. Oh Henry. I must say, my favorite part of the book was when he pulled his camera out.
I won't elaborate anymore on that, you will just have to read that part for yourself! That is why I originally picked this book up, although the scenes with Henry definitely did not disappoint!
I am glad to know he makes an appearance in the second book. But I am conflicted. Henry or Professor Sparling? I think I need to see what he's working with before I choose any teams.
It felt just a little rushed for me. Then at the end, I find out there is a cliffhanger, as the story is not resolved. After reading the synopsis of book two, I am excited to get it. But I recommend not reading what book two is about until reading this first, I tend to do that from times, surely I am not the only one so you are not spoiled! May 15, A. Pure sin. Such rich, and utterly sensual material.
Really got my full attention and kept me at the end of my seat. Loved how the reader kept the reader guessing and a bit in the dark about Sydney's tragic past. Finding out who she really is and why her mom is the way she is. Most writers explain it all in the beginning, but Sydney's backdrop gradually came to light whenever certain things would trigger memory.
It gave the writer the chance of elaborating the main Titillating. It gave the writer the chance of elaborating the main character's situation with a better understanding for the reader. I, honesty, was able to put two and two together in the very beginning and new the truth behind the emails Sydney received and Henry's behavior and need to stake claim whenever he got the chance.
I feel sorry for Sydney having a past without much needed love and nurture, even her grandparents were a bit stand-offish, much less her mother. The words were so raw with emotion that I felt it all coming off at me in waves. The love scenes were extremely well written, for some it is hard to not come off as corny or porn-y, but rest assured it was enticing to read and flowed deliciously. In the end, I wondered what Sydney was going to do about Henry, and if she will be able to overcome what he did, but it seems that the answer will be in the sequel.
Overall, I really enjoyed this quick read and totally recommend it. I'm looking forward to the next step Sydney takes in the sequel When It's Over. Thank you Emma Lauren for allowing me to read your story, keep up the good work! Mar 16, Tarah rated it really liked it.
Enjoyed it! Interesting read, looking forward to sequel. I received this book in exchange for an honest review. The synopsis on Amazon doesn't do this book justice, but the one here is better. While this story does deliver hot scenes that take most out of their comfort zone, it is much more. I enjoyed the depth to the story and characters, but at times the back-stories and connections felt forced.
This story is a great combination of sexy and sweet. The fickle mind of a young, troubled, college girl and her misguided sexual journey was a great done with a refreshing tone.
The endearing friendships and loving sweetness will make you melt. Well hot damn, talk about a cliffhanger! At first it wasn't that obvious to me, but after reading of the messages, I realized what was really going on. It didn't make sense that if Henry is supposed to be Sydney's best friend, why couldn't she tell him about her past?
I could somewhat understand Jake knowing, but that's because Jake knew her back then. The beginning of the story Sydney got on my nerves with how juvenile she was acting, but I received this book in exchange for an honest review.
The beginning of the story Sydney got on my nerves with how juvenile she was acting, but once I understood how the secrets she learned affected her psychologically, it was easier to have a bit more sympathy for her. The online chats and messages are pretty damn hot! But how will it all end? Stay tuned folks, the next installment isn't out till May. Which sucks because it still seems so far away, but the new book will be a lovely birthday gift to myself Readers also enjoyed.
New Adult. About Emma Lauren. Emma Lauren. Emma Lauren has lived in Texas and Michigan. She met the man of her dreams when she was only 18, and 7 years later she married him. They now have three rambunctious kids who keep Emma on her toes. Emma loves animals, romantic stories, 80s music, chick flicks, and cupcakes. When she's not writing she's probably doing laundry.
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