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Rush Into You by [Lee, Brianna]
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About the Author

Brianna Lee is an avid reader and flavored ice coffee addict. She is also a book blogger for Brianna Lee Book Reviews and lives in Massachusetts with her beautiful daughter. As a busy mom and aunt, she often has to write her stories in a notepad app on her cell phone, but late at night you will find her typing on her laptop until she passes out on her keyboard...literally. Brianna encourages readers to contact her as she loves to hear from you! Email her at Contact Links: http://www.briannaleereviews.blogspot...

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  • File Size: 1081 KB
  • Print Length: 312 pages
  • Publisher: Brianna Lee; 1 edition (May 5, 2014)
  • Publication Date: May 5, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00K5YG4FG
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By Casey M. Britton on May 18, 2014
Format: Kindle Edition
Review for Ramblings From This Chick.

Rush Into You is the debut novel from Brianna Lee, so I wasn't sure what to expect. This book was really good though and I really enjoyed it. The characters were great, and I really liked Brianna's writing style. This book had a great flow to it and I thought the pacing was perfect. I was hooked right away and didn't put this one down until I had finished. I was really surprised with how great of a book this was for being a debut novel, but after reading Rush Into You I can't wait to read more from Brianna Lee.

Gabby had everything until a tragic accident took it all away from her. Now everyone hates her and blames her for the accident that took so much away from them. She stays away from everyone as much as she can, and she uses drugs to dull the pain and as a way to escape. Then one night she meets Ryker, and not only does he know nothing about her but he treats her better than anyone has since before. But then Gabby overdoses and is sent to rehab to cure her drug problem. Now over a year later, Gabby and Ryker run into each other again and realize that they still feel the same pull between them. Ryker and Gabby grow closer to each other the more time they spend together, but Gabby still hasn't told him about her past. Ryker knows that Gabby has secrets, but he is determined to show her that they don't matter to him and that they can get through anything together. But will Gabby be able to open up to him and tell him everything when she fears that it will make him run from her?

I loved Ryker. Being a tattooed biker with a hot body that wants more than just sex, Ryker is pretty much the sexiest book boyfriend ever. He was so sweet and patient, and was also a really great guy.
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~The life I lived was my purgatory, and I was only alive so that I could suffer for all of my sins.~

Do you ever find those books that from the minute you read the blurb and see the cover you just KNOW they are going to be something special? It doesn’t happen too often for me, but from the minute I saw the cover reveal, I knew this was going to be one of those books. I am a lover of good writing and broken characters; the more damaged the better! Finding this combination from a debut author is rare, but when you do, you grab on tight and never let go. I was attracted to the cover, drawn in by the blurb, and the content settled in my heart only solidifying its rightful place. Like the characters when they were the motorcycles, this Rush Into You took me on a ride like no other and I never wanted it to end.

~I saw nothing.
I felt nothing.
I was nothing.~

You’ve no doubt read many books that deal with the aftermath of drunken driving. What was so unique about this story however was it centered on the person who unknowingly caused it. Like the drugs Gabby took to cope, it will be a bitter pill to swallow. How do you reconcile a character who, though it was an accident, knowingly got behind the wheel of a vehicle intoxicated? How can you forgive this character who cannot even forgive herself? The answer is simply that you get to know her. You live her grief, you see how deeply she struggles, and you experience all the hatred that is thrown her way. Then you watch her hit rock bottom and slowly start to turn her life around. There’s no fixing the damage Gabby caused. There’s no happy ending for the lives she took. But there can be forgiveness for a stupid mistake. And forgiveness for and from everyone involved is the only way to continue living life.
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It's the honesty and rawness in a book that I look for. I long for. I need to see that poignant moment - that moment with so much intensity I might get burnt from reading...
I give you - Rush Into You!!!

An unbelievable 4.5 ***** from The Sassy Bookista!!


Reading this book for me was like a whirlwind. I never knew where it was going or how the moments would play out. After the prologue, I was in tears. Tears I tell you! I felt as broken as Gabriella Carter was. I saw the horror of how, in an instant, someone could be changed. But it's not until later in the book I found out the sequence of events that led to the moments in those beginning pages. I can honestly say, that this book moved me. Gabby was an addict and a very much hated person in her community. Everyone knew her - for the wrong reasons. The intricacies were stunning! How the author takes a piece of time and just catapults the reader into the story. To feel Gabby's pain, to feel her guilt and regret. Wow! This was a different read than what I'm used to. The events in this book are as raw as they come. There is no sugar coat on them. It was hard to read those very low moment of a characters life. Even as I despised Gabby for the things she was doing - I loved her! I loved her sense of self in ways I really couldn't see yet but knew they were coming. I loved her tenacity - again, there were no immediate ways to describe this, but I knew her best days were ahead of her. I feel this much for a character was shocking. Don't get me wrong folks, I have read many a book that I really felt them. That palpable tension - good or bad. But with Rush Into You - there's no way to describe it but to say I felt for her.
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