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- Print Length: 277 pages
- Publisher: Harlequin Teen (July 1, 2016)
- Publication Date: July 1, 2016
- Sold by: Harlequin Digital Sales Corp.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01E34F166
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
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Chasing Impossible (Pushing the Limits Book 6) Kindle Edition
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She doesn't belong enough to anyone for her to have friends. Just the way all mythical creatures should live.
This story belonged to a reader favorite, Abby, and Logan, who we also met in a previous book. Both have mastered keeping their emotional distance from their "friends", and both have their reasons. This story focused on these two chasing their impossible, and I really enjoyed watching them catch it.
I'm a ghost. I always have been. Occasionally, I just pretend to be real.
Wow! So much more to Abby then I ever realized. This girl carried the weight of the world on her shoulders, alone, and did things she was not proud of to protect someone she loved very much. The more I learned about Abby's past and present, the more I loved her and rooted for her future. I wanted everything for this girl, I swear.
She walked into a garage, took one look at me and my life has never been the same since.
Logan, the strong and silent, and actually, really deep guy. McGarry crafted a wonderful hero, when she wrote Logan. He had so many beautiful and damaged sides to him. At one point, it was stated explicitly, that it takes a special kind of person to stick it out with Abby, and I have to agree, Logan was very special. He grew a great deal during this story, even helping his parents grow a little too.
I already said I don't know much about love, but I know that when I'm with you I feel something that's a lot like flying and that is something I don't want to go away.
This book really solidified the friend group that has been developing during this series. I swear! Everyone made some sort of appearance. Some had bigger roles than others, but what really mattered, was how they stood by each other, sacrificed for each other, and had each other's backs. I smiled so much because I was so in love with all the love. And I would be remiss if I did not say this: Thank you, Katie, for that ending. I don't care what anyone else says, it was perfect.
I'm not falling in love. I am in love.
Overall: Another great Pushing the Limits book!
Logan is the adrenaline junkie. Always looking for the next thrill, baseball player, drag racer, guitar player but he also has a secret that he has Type 1 Diabetes.
These two met up through Isaiah and Rachel and seem to push each other to the limit. Logan is the only person who has a chance of knowing Abby. And going after Abby one night throws Logan in Abbys life in a way she doesn't want.
Abby has been shot and it may have been and inside job, and Abby does what she does best. Pushes people away. But Logan won't have it. Not when he learns Abbys real secrets for dealing, and it makes him look at her in a different light. When Logan and Isaiah get Abby out of town, maybe things will change.
I seriously want to say more, but if you want to know you have to buy this book. Katie McGarry does not disappoint!
Abby has to decide what is more important, her life dealing on the streets, or her life and future with her friends. Something she never thought she could have.
Logan is a daredevil always looking for the next thrill. He is keeping some secrets too. He has successfully hidden the fact that he is a Type 1 diabetic from everyone. He has very mixed feelings about his illness. He knows that it is a life sentence and he badly resents that his illness controls his life.
Logan and Abby have an interesting relationship. They are good at teasing each other and egging each other on to do daring things. They are getting close which frightens Abby because she knows that it will make him vulnerable if he catches the attention of her bosses.
Things get very interesting when Abby is shot in a scuffle between two rival drug gangs. She has to share one of her secrets with Logan. Logan mobilizes their other friends to help Abby find a way that she can meet her financial obligations without selling drugs.
This was an excellent story about the kinds of families that are built and not born. I really liked the relationships between all the kids and I loved the romance between Abby and Logan.
I did like how all of the major male characters came together at the farm, but the only one we really knew the future of was Noah and Echo (spoiler, they get engaged). If this is the final book of the series, I'm disappointed to see it end, but also disappointed because this one wasn't as great as all the others. Not only that, I usually finish a book and want there to be another to see what happens next, but with Logan and Abby I could care less.
I'd recommend anyone that likes this series to read the book, but if you choose not to, you really wouldn't be missing out.
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