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- Print Length: 264 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: April 19, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00WDT2L4O
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #68,557 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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CAUGHT (Heart On Book 1) Kindle Edition
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So there's this girl, Quinn, who has a best friend Chace, but she has a secret. She is in love with him. She thinks she will always have him, so she never tells him, but little does she know her world is going to be rocked when they become teenagers. Finley, moves to their town and they all become best friends, but Chace is smitten with her from the first glance leaving Quinn as the third wheel as well as watching the boy she loves grow into a man loving her other best friend. Chace makes multiple comments about how amazing Finley is, but yet you can tell he is drawn to Quinn, so this is where my what the eff radar goes off. I am so over all these authors writing books about people being in love with each other, but off banging other people. Yes, Chace didn't realize that he was in love with Quinn until they lost a dear friend, but regardless how do you go from being obsessed with Finley to realizing Quinn is the one. I just don't get it. If you love someone you know it, you don't mess around with other people for poops (won't let me cuss) and giggles. Finley was a female dog from the beginning of the book and to me had no good qualities about her, so it was hard to feel sorry for someone you just wanted to punch in the face. Plus Chace sleeping with Quinn not once, but twice behind Finley's back and then pulling the friend card was so annoying.
This book was well written, but the cheating was just not my thing.
Quinn is the BEST heroine I have read about in a long time. She's funny, sarcastic and she truly tried to do the "right" thing for her and her friends. Even though it means not telling them that she was accepted into a great college and she would be leaving too. They all just assume she is staying home to go to the local community college. They day before Chace is to leave for his school, something huge happens and things change drastically. From there you see them try to struggle with what the new norm should be. You will laugh your butt off, and you will tear up and maybe even cry like I did, but it is so worth it in the end! READ THIS BOOK!!!
I don't think I've disliked a book this much in a long time. This started off strong. I was willing to overlook the fact that Quinn and everyone else in the book seemed MUCH older than eighteen. I realize this is NA, but with the ease these guys partied, got alcohol and slept around it seemed like they should have been 28 rather than eighteen. I wish it was that easy for me to grab a beer and party at my parents’ house when I was a senior in high school.
But I digress, what really put the proverbial nail in the coffin for me are the typical clichés and gratuitous sex scenes.
Quinn and Chace finally kiss at the urging of Chace's girlfriend, Finley, who is also Quinn's best friend. Not only is that a WTF moment if I've ever read one, but it started because Finley got drunk and decided they should have a threesome (Chace, Quinn and Finley). Finley ends up passing out but that doesn’t stop Quinn and Chace from hooking up while Finley is passed out in the next bed. Some best friend and boyfriend they are.
Then to get over the fact that Quinn lost her virginity to Chace, she decides to get her lady parts pierced. *rolls eyes*
Then Greg (Quinn and Chace’s other really good friend who is a minor secondary character at best) comes to visit. He and Quinn end up in bed together (just sleeping) but in the morning Quinn decides to dry hump him and wants to go further, but Greg stops her because he wouldn’t be able to "forgive himself" if they had sex. *rolls eyes harder*
Then at about the 86% mark Greg ends up getting killed in an accident. Clearly the authors threw his death into the story as a way to get Quinn and Chace to realize they love each other and need to be together. I wouldn’t know because I didn’t read past this point. I literally almost got done with the book and had had it.
Do yourself a favor and skip this one.
Hard to like any of the characters in this book at all. The angst is not credible, the relationships are obvious to everyone other than the three main characters, and there are a number of continuity errors throughout. The shift in the book to a Catholic College and characters taking religious studies while participating in cheating relationships just did not work for me. Not worth recommending as I can't think of an audience that this book will really fit with.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Absolutely loved! I see these reviews on here and I'm like, WTF. I can not fathom how this book would get one or two stars. It was soo good. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Meagan
Definitely a different spin on high school friendship. I enjoyed reading this and looking forward to books from these authors. Great job!Published 6 months ago by Katie
Fun and unique characters, a storyline that will have you hooked and wanting more. This story is definitely one to check out. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Stacey (Sassy Book Lovers)
I got "Caught" up in this story.
I hated Chase. I loved Chase. Yeah it was that kind of relationship.
I LOVE QUINN. Read more
Quinn and Chase met when they were in kindergarten. Quinn realizes that he is it for her. There never was anyone but him. In high school, a girl, Finley, jumps into the picture. Read morePublished 8 months ago by KaKaKaren
I really loved this book, I have no bad comments I honestly fell in live! Quinn is sooo perfect and I loved the plot and story line.
I am at the point of my reading career that I normally don't care to write a review unless I: A) wasted my money or B) spent my money well. This book falls in the A catagory. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Amazon Customer
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