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- Print Length: 264 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Tess Oliver (February 28, 2014)
- Publication Date: February 28, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00IPXUMOI
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #75,908 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The conflict (girl pursues dream while leaving boy behind) made sense but when did the bad boy become so weak that he completely feel apart? Are these alpha males or mitches?!
And the ending was silly and ridiculous. The girl comes back, is home for weeks with no contact, then the guy walks into a party and confesses his undying love? The reader deserved better. This was such a lame ending, I'm embarrassed for Dray.
This book had a great plot, always changing and left you amazed at the things that happen with Dray and Barrett, the two worst guys that should ever hook up, as they leave you wondering how they can possibly get into so much trouble from out of nowhere it seems! Barrett(Rett) talks Dray into going to Mazatlan with him for a week of surfing with his friends down there. When Clutch, Rett's brother and everyone else for that matter finds out they all know that this could lead to problems, Nix even out of desperation calls Cassie to talk to Dray, but she just can't. She loves him so much and she is trying to make a clean break.
Read this and find out what does happen in Mazatlan, and you will believe that sometimes it takes the worst thing that can possibly happen to someone to set them onto the road to realizations that they never saw before staring them in the face.
I loved this book and gave it 5***** stars and suggest you also listen to the audio tape, I listened and read along in the kindle edition of this book and it was really nice to blend the reading and listening together!
Cassie left for an internship at the end of Clutch, and in doing so, both her heart and Dray's were broken. He refused to ask her stay because he didn't want to be the reason she didn't follow her dreams. They both struggled and are miserable because of this. She ends of taking a job in New York and moves for good. Both want each other, but he won't be the reason for her giving up and she won't stay unless he asks. I really was annoyed at Cassie. It was so obvious what Dray was doing, and she wasn't happy in New York. But when she finds out Dray is in trouble in Mexico, she can't stay away. She has to help him.
Dray pulled hard at my heartstrings. I felt so bad for him and wanted him happy. These two had to be together for either to feel complete. We get both POVs and its always great getting into the heads of both the main characters so you get both of their feelings.
I'm looking forward to reading Barrett's story. He's such a player, but now he's wanting to settle down. I have a feeling whichever girl accomplishes this, will be great to read about.
Near the beginning of this book, Dray said to himself that he never let anyone see behind his walls, including Cassie, and I was hoping that would mean that he would let her in in this book. I was hoping that the story would be about Cassie seeing the real him and falling in love with him all over again, making their relationship deeper. But unfortunately it wasn't. For most of the book Cassie was in NYC and missing Dray. They only had a few scenes together and most of the time they just really missed each other and were thinking about how much they couldn't live without the other. I didn't really see anything new develop between them.
I also never really got them as a couple. They are such an odd combination. I am all for odd parings, but usually in life situation, not in personality. They just don't seem to blend well. I also would have expected Cassie to be with a "quiet artsy-type" life her friends in NYC always said. I have no idea what they saw in each other, besides Dray being hot. Although I could never be attracted to him because I cant get past his temper. And I have no idea what Dray saw in Cassie. She is a nice person, but I just can't imagine what someone like Dray would see in her.
But I still enjoy the characters enough to want to see Dray and Barrett get out of Mexico safely, and I enjoyed seeing Nix, Scottie, Clutch, and Taylor some more. They are great pairings that I can totally get behind, and I hope Barrett's will be great too. He is such a sweetheart I cant wait to read his book!
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