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"Neverworld Wake" by Marisha Pessl
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An ambush in book one left Chase dependent on painkillers. Confronted by his brothers, who told him, in essence, that they would go into any abyss to get him out, he chose to enter rehab. Now clean, he is enrolled in college, using his amazing intelligence for "good".
And that's when she catches his eye. Stephanie Bransky. Truly's (Creed's girlfriend) roommate. From the start, there is something different about her. He doesn't know what it is, just that he wants it.
Stephanie moved clear across the country to escape a painful past - mother dead, brother murdered, second brother in the wind, father in prison. In order to pay her way through college, she becomes a bookie. And, she's good at it until she makes a bad judgment call that ends in her complete and utter humiliation.
Chase pursues Stephanie. Stephanie pushes him away. He has secrets he is keeping from her; she's worried about a video.
Will they get past their pasts? Will Chase, like his brothers, get his happily ever after?
Either way I liked that they had to work at it a little bit and that their communication was off and that they even had time to evaluate where their relationship was in the midst of everything too. I like that it wasn't all clean.
I kind of miss Chase and his "superior" intelligence shining in this book but whatever I can deal with that.
I'm interested in seeing where Declan's book goes now.
I enjoyed the dichotomy and am intrigued to read more about the Gentry family. I have no problem saying that I am hooked.
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Love this series! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️