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Overtime by [McKinney, T.S.]
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Length: 283 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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  • File Size: 929 KB
  • Print Length: 283 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Dark Hollows Press, LLC (February 10, 2016)
  • Publication Date: February 10, 2016
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #322,496 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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OMG, I am crushing so hard over this book. TS Mckinney knocked this out of the park, or more appropriately, slam dunked it. I love everything this book was about and it had me going through so many emotions.

Sweet, sweet, Jagger. Trust me, you will fall in love with this boy and you will be ready to stand beside him or in front of him, whatever he needs in order to protect him. He has been so hurt, so abused, mistreated, you name it and he has suffered from it. Even though he thinks he is worthless, and not deserving of love, there is one person who knows better and he will do whatever it takes to prove it to him.

When Colton was just a boy and didn’t understand the feelings he was having or the protectiveness he felt over watching another boy, who seemed to be so lonely, but he stayed on course and watched from afar. He just knew that he wanted to be friends with him, talk with him, play basketball with him, but this boy, who was a young Jagger, refused to give him anything. He was even kind of mean to Colton in the sense that he wouldn’t talk to him or give him the time of day.

But, Colton never forgot Jagger, and he promised himself and to that young mistreated boy, that one day he would be his. And when he was his that he would love him with everything that he had. Ohh, and he also told him, "I'm going to f**# you so hard one day, Wildcat."

Jagger had one goal for his life and he never allowed anyone or thing to come close to him or mess up his plan. And that was to never be that scared little boy again, never go hungry again, and never, ever, give someone control over him, again. And, it was working pretty well for him.

He was a star basketball player and earned a scholarship, graduated from college with a 4.
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I received this book as a gift to give a honest rating and review. I have to say that I am so impressed with T.S. McKinney. This is the first book that I have read by this author and I am hooked.

As far as the book and characters goes I was completely pulled into their lives as if I was there to witness it. Jagger is a hard nut to crack. He had a horrible, abusive, neglective childhood and had no real role model to show him love. Instead of letting his childhood ruin him, he instead sets himself goals and goes above and beyond to accomplish them. But in the process of reaching these goals he shuts himself off to love, friendship, and life. He lives a lonely life and is afraid to let anyone in for fear of being hurt or not being good enough.

Colton is this arrogant, confident, rich boy who has been completely in love with Jagger since he was 15 years old. He never gives up reaching Jagger and teaching him that he is capable of loving and being loved. He never gives up on showing Jagger that he is worthy and that he deserves to be loved. Colton acts like this big goof ball but once u get to know him u realize that he is this big compassionate person that took the things he seen happening to someone he loved as a child and turning it into a better man who in turn tries to make the world a better place for those that need the help.

Jagger and Colton goes through so many ups and downs that they literally reach into ur heart and make u feel their happiness and their pain.

This is an amazing book that shows what true love is like and how someone from an abusive past struggles to accept the good and they deserve to b loved

A must read. Read it in one setting
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This was a very interesting book. At first I thought it was about two teammates who falls in love, there's a twist to the story which was refreshing. It was love that has grown over the years for one person and the other had to learn to allow to be love. It's not the typical cliché. The only reason I didn't put as love it was because of the many typos and mistakes. All I can say, so I don't give the plot away, is that Colton is describe as having green eyes and Jagger has very beautiful blue eyes however, there's a scene where Colton is described as having blue eyes and Colton with green eyes and it kept describing them with the opposite eyes then it went back to Colton with the green eyes and Jagger with the blue eyes, it was very annoying. Also, there was conversation between Riley, Rory and Jagger in a car. Then the conversation kept saying that "Colton says" but it was really Riley. UGH! It's very annoying paying $4.99 and getting all these typos and descriptions mixed up. But other than that, I really enjoy the book. Is this going to be a series?
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Contains spoilers because I'm too irritated to be discreet. Colton, self-confessed child stalker, lies, manipulates and coerces his way to childhood acquaintance Jagger spending a weekend with him. The purpose of the trip - to 'make' Jagger love Colton as much as he loves Jagger. Colton is well aware of Jagger's childhood of abuse and issues with being touched as well not actually knowing for sure that Jagger is interested in men, let alone him, yet almost immediately violates his boundaries and refuses to accept no for an answer. When someone tells you to stop touching them - Do That. When someone with a touch phobia asks you to stop - DON'T TOUCH THEM IN THE FIRST PLACE. A complete stranger at the airport even tells him to back off, but he actually gets worse. And then Jagger apologises for getting angry! Once away, he changes the rules, pushes boundaries, flies into unreasonable and ridiculous jealous rages when other men glance Jagger's way. There are so many other issues with this book it would take all the space available to list them but the last straw was when Jagger explains his reasons for returning to Kentucky for his new job (which is extremely important to his self-esteem and ability to provide for himself) and expresses the hope that they can try a long distance relationship. Colton responds by throwing a tantrum, asking Jagger to give up the job and allow Colton to take care of him then storming off in a rage. I did finish this book, purely because I couldn't believe that it was getting worse. I hated it. Save your money.
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