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Push the Envelope (Blythe College Book 1) by [Paige, Rochelle]
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About the Author

I absolutely adore reading - always have and always will. My friends growing up used to tease me when I would trail after them, trying to read and walk at the same time. If I have downtime, odds are you will find me reading or writing. I am the mother of two wonderful sons who have inspired me to chase my dream of being an author. I want them to learn from me that you can live your dream as long as you are willing to work for it. When I told my mom that my new year's resolution was to self-publish a book in 2013, she pretty much told me "About time!"

Product Details

  • File Size: 733 KB
  • Print Length: 180 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Rochelle Paige (December 19, 2013)
  • Publication Date: December 19, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00HE4J1WI
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,330 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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This will win me no friends from the author's fan club, but oh well.

Recipe for this book:

1 pancake flat female lead (one of KA's Unfinished Hero gals will do)
1 generic NA alpha-hole
Half a dozen graphic yet boring sex scenes
A pinch of plot
A dash of insta-love

Mix with friends who are clearly written by someone who doesn't know college aged people, eye roll inducing sexism (what is with these books where everyone loves a frat boy, but all of their sorority counter parts are Barbie bot sluts?) and a bunch of randomly long scenes where the lead does nothing interesting. Congrats, you now have made your own copy of this very forgettable book.
This may seem harsh, but I am tired of NA authors reading alpha male contemporary romance novels and regurgitating them with younger characters. It got a second star for having an interesting job for... whatever her name was.
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I purchased this book thinking it was going to be a hot alpha male with some steamy college romance... I was wrong. I would never put Drake (H) in the same ring as alpha book heros like Christian, Gideon, Gabriel, Jesse nor Travis. I've said this before: writing a book with an alpha male hero is very hard, you run a fine line between crazy stalker and complete jerk. I think Drake fell closer to the immature/lame category.

Here were my issues with the book (my have some *spoliers*, so read at your discretion):

*. Their romance happened so fast it was ridiculous
*. I never felt their connection.... Not ever
*. The story seemed to lag on with not much of a plot and with bad writing. I never felt like scenes were described well, for instance we only read about one rugby game (from the cover you would think he was some huge rugby player). The game was rushed, I could never picture it, and it left me thinking... What was the point?!

was debating between a 1 or 2 star, but since I was able I finish it (barely) I gave it a 2.
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All in all, this book was a very good book! I loved all the characters and the plot because it wasn't drama filled. It was a nice, quick book that I can see myself reading again. Highly enjoyable!

Life is normal as always for college junior Alexa. She’s doing well in all her classes and in her spare time, she’s piloting unique charter flights for couples looking to spice up their relationships. Alexa isn’t looking for a relationship, especially after an awful breakup with her ex-boyfriend years ago. But what she didn’t count on was meeting Drake Bennett.

Drake transferred to Alexa’s school to be apart of their rugby team. He’s handsome, charming, and he has all the women at Blythe College begging to get a piece of him. None of them appeal to him, until he lays eyes on Alexa and falls hard.

Problem is, she doesn’t want anything to do with him. It’s a good thing he doesn’t take no for an answer.

I really had a fun time reading this book. A lot of books I've read have too much drama in them and it was refreshing and interesting to read a book where I didn't have to read page after page of drama. Yes, the storyline and characters were a bit predictable, but I didn't mine that because I truly liked the characters and the plot. It was a fun, enjoyable read that I would gladly read over and over because it was that enjoyable. The characters were also fun to read about because I could relate to them, which I love when I read a book!

I highly, highly recommend this book to everyone!

My favorite quotes:

“Not gonna happen. My dad raised me to go after what I want, and I want you. Thought I’d made that clear last night.”

“Now gimme a kiss to make looking p***y-whipped worth it.”

“Baby, you’re not just mine for the day. You’re mind period. I’ve had a taste of you now. Not letting you get away.”
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Rochelle Paige has truly pushed the envelope with this book. Take a beautiful girl (who cares less about looks), who's smart enough to legally raise money for school. Place her on campus with guys who epitomize the dog in me factor. Jackson is her best friend's brother who has been looking out for her since kindergarten and now believes he's in love. Drake is a transfer rugby player that girls do everything just short of lying down on the ground when he's near. One glimpse of Alexa and no other girl exists for him. So what's edgy? Drake could easily be the guy you run from. He comes on strong, possessive, domineering, and jealous. Flags that can mean he's abusive. Early in meeting, Alexa wonders if this guy has a problem. He looks at her as if he's interested and then he glares at her! What? So without giving you spoilers, let's just say this is a good read. So go that I went ahead and got the whole series! Enjoy, check out the Mile High Club.
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Push the Envelope is the first book in Rochelle Paige's Blythe College series, and I really enjoyed this story. It is the first book I have read by Rochelle Paige, but it definitely won't be my last. I really liked Paige's writing style, and I thought that the book flowed well and kept a good pace throughout. Push the Envelope was a quick and fun read and I really liked the characters. I look forward to getting to know the secondary characters better as well.

Alexa is going to school while also working for her father's charter business as a pilot. She came up with the idea to have mile high tours to bring in extra money to pay for her schooling. She rooms on campus with her best friend from childhood Aubrey and has grown up with not only her but also Aubrey's brother Jackson. After her horrible breakup with her ex Brad, Alexa hasn't been interested in dating and Jackson has been even more protective of her. When Aubrey and Alexa go to a party at Jackson's frat house they end up meeting the new transfer student and rugby player Drake. The attraction between them is instant, but Drake runs hot and cold. After Alexa and her father end up chartering a flight to take Drake home to his family, Alexa ends up spending time with Drake and they begin seeing each other. Things between them get more serious, but when a rumor threatens to tear them apart can they make it through together? Or will their relationship be over before they have a chance at a future?

I really liked Drake. He was sweet and thoughtful, patient and kind. I liked the fact that he was really committed to Alexa and was willing to take things slowly with her. He never pushed her and made sure that they did things when she was ready. While he waited for her, he never strayed or lost interest.
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