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Hit the Wall (Blythe College Book 2) Kindle Edition
Kaylie knows what loss feels like and doesn't want to take a chance on love. She puts up walls to keep her heart protected from experiencing that kind of pain again.
What happens when a guy who refuses to lose out again meets a girl who resists him as much as she can? Will Jackson be able to hit the wall Kaylie has put up and knock it down?
This is book two in the Blythe College series, but it features a new couple and does not have a cliffhanger.
- ASIN : B00IWEFTYI
- Publisher : Rochelle Paige (March 9, 2014)
- Publication date : March 9, 2014
- Language : English
- File size : 4521 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 173 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #294,945 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
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It was nice to see a little bit more depth into who Jackson was. However, the story just didn't follow well since one minute he was sure he was in love with Alexa, and next he's taking Kaylie out on a date. There was no point in time where I could see that he really noticed Kaylie. It was almost liked he only noticed her because fate kept bringing them together, and that he asked her out because she was the one who was around him the most.
There wasn't much depth to their relationship. Any potential conflict has them talking it out and magically, everything is better. It was missing vital parts of any story such as conflict, resolution and the climax.
-H is JP but there’s BARELY any moments to show it. Just see it in his POV in his thoughts.
-Kaylie is a dancer whose not into serious relationships but reluctant to mess with Jackson…?
-No drama or angst
-some grammatical errors.
-Lots of reference of Jackson’s “darker/rougher” tastes in bed yet we see NONE of that.
- wasn’t nearly as good as book one which has a OTT JP guy.
-NOT on KU. I kinda hate I bought it because I won’t reread it and I won’t continue the series either.
I love how Jackson worked through what his feelings for Alexa really were, and how blindsided he was by truly falling. I love the dynamic between these two, and how he tossed out all his former "rules" with Kaylie. I also don't know if it's deliberate plotting or just how each story worked out while being written, but we again have the 3rd time's the charm kinda thing.
This story brings the warm fuzzies, the laughs, the swoon-worthy moments. 5++ stars, and if I hadn't been a fan of RP's for life before, I would definitely be now. Thumbs WAY up! : )
Kaylie has had loss in her life and chose Blythe College to be closer to those she lost.
Slight downside for me was that Jackson was presented as a pretty alpha kind of guy, and I feel like he got water down until the end he gained some back. I also liked Jackson's parents and would have liked to seen more of their relationship.
I recommend you read this series its definitely worth your time.
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Jackson is still trying to resolve the mixed feelings he has for long time friend Alexa. Over the past few years Jackson believed he loved Alexa but since she met and fell happily in love with Drake he no longer knows how he feels. After a conversation with his father leaves him feeling more confused and angry Jackson begins to question whether the feelings he had for Lex were ever actually romantic or just part of the guilt he felt over introducing her to Brad in the first place.
Working her usual night shift at the Roost, the local bar she tends at, Kaylie is surprised to see gorgeous womaniser, Jackson Silver come through the door. After witnessing a not so nice altercation between him and her neighbour, Sasha, Kaylie believes that whilst Jackson may be hot he is also way too intense for her liking. Since the death of her parents Kaylie prefers "safe" and Jackson silver screams anything but safe.
Watching Jackson slumped on the bar, Kaylie soon realises he is not just drunk but coming down with an illness. Unsure of what to do and feeling conflicted Kaylie decides that she owes it to her friend Aubrey who also happens to be Jackson's little sister to make sure he gets home safely.
When Jackson wakes up the next morning hilarity ensues and so begins his intense pursuit for a girl who has spent years building up walls to keep her from being hurt ever again. Jackson is not used to backing off or not getting what he wants and he has decided he wants Kaylie. Can a player really be reformed and can someone who has experienced so much heartache really open herself up enough to trust him?.
Going in to this book I thought I loved Drake but boy, I was wrong. I LOVE Jakcson!. He was a total hottie, he was strong, dominant, bossy, possessive and insanely sweet and protective. Not to mention HOTT in the bedroom. He had me sighing on nearly every page.
This was the perfect romance read, not too much drama or angst but loads of love and panty dropping hotness!.
I am looking forward to reading Aubrey's book next.