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Rushing In (The Blackhawk Boys Book 2) Kindle Edition
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Grace made the mistake of retuning back to Champagne the previous summer and made a bad decision that added to her illustrious reputation. That mistake led to persecution and social bullying. She vowed never to return again. Unfortunately her father is getting remarried and she has to attend the wedding. She also has to meet her stepbrother Dash Dupree. She is going to be staying with him in Blackhawk Valley while their parents are away in Europe. Her new step brother is non other than her night in shining armor that broke her heart five years ago. Apparently Dash Dupree is really Chris Montgomery, all-star quarterback and legendary good guy. The guy who saved her from the wolves but also shattered her young heart.
Chris Montgomery has always been the perfect guy. Nothing can break his composure, he's unflappable. Or he was until his new stepsister entered his life. Grace Lee is everything he wants in a woman. She's honest, edgy, and a little bit dirty. Trying not to break the brother / sister code is impossible. It's time to do the wrong thing rather than continue being the good guy. Just as he makes this monumental decision, his life implodes on him. His ex girlfriend is determined to get him back. There's dissension with some of his teammates. His MIA father has shown up in his life without an invitation. His father may become his coach in his final year at Blackhawk. A year that could make or break his chances for the draft in the NFL.
Grace and Chris are going to experience more than a sibling relationship. They can't fight their attraction for one another. Grace knows for certain that once Chris finds out who she really is and remembers that disastrous night, her heart is going to be shattered once again. What she didn't count on was a group of good friends supporting her rather than beating her down. She didn't count on the opportunities Blackhawk has to offer her. She didn't count on Chris a better man than the golden boy she once crushed on. Her life is about to change and Blackhawk Valley is the place to find her heart.
Once again Lexi Ryan tackled some very difficult subjects such as bullying, social media harassment, dysfunctional family issues, and the courage to change oneself. She added a remarkable love story for these two dynamic characters. I absolutely loved this book! I can't wait to see what comes next for the Blackhawk Boys.
In Spinning Out (first book of the series) I really liked the hero, but the lead female left me feeling a bit bored. So not the case with Rushing In. Grace had personality and even when I didn’t fully understand or agree with her decisions, I felt like they came from a place true to her insecurities as a young woman. And Ryan writes insecurities well, whatever they may be. In this case, Grace is a mess because of misguided attentions from boys when she was young and from a missing mother figure.
Chris entering her life as her new stepbrother complicates the cage she’s built around her life. He’s not sure why, but he’s determined to get close enough to her to break that cage open. Chris is the ultimate good guy and he was pretty adorable. Much less hard than any Ryan boy I’ve read in the past, and I quite liked what she did with him.
After I finished Rushing In, a book buddy asked me my thoughts and said ‘it doesn’t sound gritty enough for you’. Which is valid, I do tend to read more on a darker scale. But as we chatted she brought up a point. She basically said Lexi Ryan writes the innocence I like, when I typically hate innocence. And that is it exactly for me as well. You can hand me virgin story after virgin story and I’ll probably be bored with 98% of them, but I bet if I got one from Ryan, I’d love it. She just has a style that speaks to me as a woman with issues and as a reader who likes real characters.