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Make It Right: A Bowler University Novel Mass Market Paperback – October 14, 2014

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Book 2 of 3 in the Bowler University Series

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About the Author

Megan Erickson grew up in a family that averages 5’5” on a good day and started writing to create characters who could reach the top kitchen shelf.

She’s got a couple of tattoos, has a thing for gladiators, and has been called a crazy cat lady. After working as a journalist for years, she decided she liked creating her own endings better and switched back to fiction.

She lives in Pennsylvania with her husband, two kids, and two cats. And no, she still can’t reach the stupid top shelf.

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Product Details

  • Series: Bowler University (Book 2)
  • Mass Market Paperback: 336 pages
  • Publisher: William Morrow Impulse (October 14, 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0062353519
  • ISBN-13: 978-0062353511
  • Product Dimensions: 4.2 x 0.8 x 6.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (50 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,370,131 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Oh my gosh I am so in love with this series! It's been so full of emotions and heart, rich characters and humor, and oh the steamy romance. I was super excited to get into Max and Lea's story and it was so much more than I was hoping it would be.

You know, when I read the first book I wasn't exactly a big Max Payton fan. Let's face it. He was kind of a jerk. He came off as being not much more than a musclebound jock with a bit of a temper and not much substance. Plus he treated Kat like crap and I adored her to pieces. By the end of Make it Count, though, I was starting to come around and finally started seeing his more redeeming qualities. But it wasn't until Make it Right, and being inside his head, that I truly lost my heart to him. And boy did I.

I love Max. I do. He makes it impossible not to. He's got so much weighing on him through the majority of the book that it's easy to see the why and almost dismiss his previous behavior. All that pressure and lack of control over his own life, well I think I'd be kind of a jerk at times too. I loved seeing this different side of him though. The sweet and thoughtful side. And his playful side, holy crap Max is so funny! He had me cracking up so much. I loved all the things that Lea brought out in him, or more accurately, inspired in him to bring out within himself.

I was so curious about Lea after meeting her in the first book. I knew that if anyone could inspire Max to turn his life around it would be her. She may have appeared to be small and fragile when you first meet her, but once you start this book and get to know her you see that she is anything but. I really admired her strength and resilience. But there's so much more to admire about her.
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Lets face it girls Max was a bit of a douche in Make It Count and I for one was a little apprehensive about his story, I was all set to bring the hate BUT Megan did the miraculous and altered my perspective of Max. In fact I wanted to offer him the nurturing he so sorely lacked in his formative years.

As soon as Max's background came into focus a level of understanding to his actions was provided. Clarity to his emotional barriers and desperate need to protect himself. Weighed down by the guilt of his mother's desertion shortly after his birth, Max has always felt as if his father blamed him for her leaving :( He has endured verbal abuse and criticism all his live, his father being old school and without direction on raising a child. I am not excusing his behaviour but again I think there is a lot more going on under the surface that should be explored. The high level of criticism has resulted in Max having low self-esteem which is surprising given he hides it so well with his flirty personality. He feels trapped in a life he hates but feels he can't escape due to a misguided sense of obligation to his father. Max has made some truly awful mistakes resulting in hurting those closest to him; he is desperate to rebuild the friendships he has damaged and develop into the person he wants to be.

Lea is a fantastic character, while we did encounter her in Make It Count she played such a minor role she didn't really stick out in my memory. Getting to know her with more depth shows how amazing she is; strong, independent and deeply caring. Due to a car accident and subsequent problems with her leg Lea's family tend to over-protect her although she proves time and time again just how capable she is.
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OK, full disclosure, I loved MAKE IT COUNT. And I was worried. Because Alec is the bomb. And Max was a bit of a jerk (putting it mildly) in MiC. But MAKE IT RIGHT? Holy hells bells, pure awesome. Max is fabulous, with an incredible journey from where we left him in MiC. And yet, it feels natural and organic for him. He's funny and sweet and he's truly swoony. And Lea? If you think she's quiet and meek in MiC? You are going to see a very different Lea here. So passionate and so strong. I love how the author plays with the ideas of who's strong and who's not, and it's not what you think. Lea kicks ass as a self defense expert and... well, truly, I wouldn't want to spoil that surprise for you!
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I read this series out of order. I read and LOVED book one, Make It Count. Then somehow I missed reading this one but then I was part of the book tour for Make it Last. It was time to fix that.

I adore this author. She does a great job of creating characters that feel real and have real issues. No perfect people here - it mirrors real life very well. I like that.

Lea has a limp. An accident when she was thirteen haunts her still but it doesn't defeat her. She's determined to do everything she can and pay the piper for things she shouldn't. And that piper is always pain. But some things are worth the pain...like time with Max.

She's attracted to Max and him to her but they aren't right for each other - or so they think. Max has made some mistakes. Been a guy he doesn't like. And his family has him being another guy that he doesn't much like, either. But he shows Lea the real him. And I so love the real him. He's kind to stray cats and helps girls when their life falls apart. He plans perfect dates. And he volunteers to be the attacker a certain black belt gets to demonstrate on. Yeah, there were bruises.

Trust is a big theme in this one. Everyone who has been hurt gets the idea that trusting can be dangerous. Lea's bad at trust. Max is bad at being who he is and and wants to be. It's an opportunity for them be vulnerable with each other and hope.

I was reading and suddenly realized where the train wreck would happen. It made me sad to see it coming and I wanted to read faster to get to the make-up. But while I was sure I saw where it was going, it wasn't exactly what I thought. And there was some pain in there that I just was teary about. But I loved the shirt...yeah you have to read it to know.
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