- File Size: 3008 KB
- Print Length: 256 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Ever After, LLC (March 3, 2015)
- Publication Date: March 3, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00R40ON3Y
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #66,897 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Something Real (Reckless and Real Book 2) Kindle Edition
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I am so torn when it comes to this book, and I really don't even know where to start with this review. If you haven't read Something Reckless, you need to start there before Reading Something Real. This book is the second part of Liz and Sam's story and you will be lost if you haven't read the previous book. Though you do need to read Something Reckless, you do not need to have read Lexi Ryan's Here and Now Series or the New Hope Series, though the characters are interconnected. I will tell you that I couldn't wait to read this book, and I loved Sam and Liz from the start of this series. But I did have some issues, and that kept me from really loving this book.
Something Real picks up after the events of Something Reckless, with Liz and Sam broken up after everything was revealed about who River was. Sam and Liz are both miserable and want to be together, but they have no idea how to get back to one another and neither of them has taken the initiative to contact the other. Liz moved to Indianapolis to work on the Guy campaign and has been there for five months. But when the Guy campaign suddenly brings Sam back into her life, they realize that they aren't as over as they thought they were. This time around there are more obstacles than ever and though they want to be together, can they actually make a relationship work?
I really loved Liz and Sam together in Something Reckless. These two just fit together so well, and I knew that they belonged together. I was so sad for them at the end of that book, but I just kept thinking that they had to find a way to make it work. Though I still liked Liz and Sam, this book didn't have me loving them as much as before.Read more ›
What do you do when you find out the anonymous someone you had been trading sexual emails to was not Sam, the man you love, but his father….and then when everyone finds out, Sam tells you to leave…. Well, you flee, and this is just was Liz does, straight to go and work for the Governor’s campaign away from her home, her family and Sam. She is basically just going through the motions of life and then she is forced to be in too close of vicinity of Sam when a mysterious video of him comes out and his hands are forced to minimize damage to the campaign. I love these two and this book was just another example of Lexi Ryan’s amazing New Hope characters! Can’t wait to read more New Hope!
Book #2: Something Reckless and Real Duet
Source: ARC from author
My Rating: 5/5 stars
**SPOILERISH for BOOK #1!!**
I have seen many, many times on Facebook authors bemoaning the fact they have to write a damn synopsis. How do you sum up an entire book in one or two paragraphs? How do you entice the reader without giving too much away? I am here to tell you, the synopsis for Something Real comes nowhere even close to conveying how unbelievably good this read really is. Oh, the synopsis entices you and certainly doesn’t give away too much but it also doesn’t tell you nearly enough about the awesomeness that lies within . . . .
Christmas with the family is hard enough to deal with but add a huge –no, GINORMOUS – secret reveal and suddenly a mildly unpleasant gathering becomes the stuff of nightmares. Quite embarrassingly and totally destructively, everyone finds out that Liz, Sam’s girlfriend has been in a longish-term online relationship with his father. Turns out, RiverRat truly is a rat and a slimey bastard, his wife is a fool for staying with him and continuing to put up with his antics and, Sam can no longer stand the sight of either his father or Liz. Needless to say, Christmas sucked ass and in an effort to escape the scandal that is now rocking her small town of New Hope, Liz has fled to work on Governor Guy’s presidential campaign. Liz is disgustingly miserable and with no hope for a future with Sam, she is virtually wasting away. To make matters far, far worse, news has now broken that Sam is attached to the Governor’s daughter, Sabrina and, if the pictures are to believed, their relationship is far from vanilla.
Back in New Hope . . . .Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
You know the old saying "sometimes too much of a good thing is too much"...that's how I felt about the angst and constant twists and turns and ups and downs in this book. Read morePublished 1 month ago by 3_for_FLmom
I really enjoyed this book. The characters were great and the story line was good. I couldn't put this book down until I finished it.Published 2 months ago by Linda l.
Love Liz & Sam story. Their story is filled with mistakes misunderstandings and love. Keeps you on the edge of your seat wondering what's going to happen next. Read morePublished 3 months ago by meloney
As always, nail biting till the very end. The chemistry and characters are always just wonderful. You feel as if you are a part of their lives. Read morePublished 3 months ago by MamaAmber
Seriously this book has everything! Drama, suspense, love, sex, action....this book kept me turning the page from the beginning until it was over. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Lindsay Duvak
Liz and Sam had so many obstacles placed in their path that I started to think that they really didn't belong together. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
I love all of Lexi Ryan's books, they never disappoint. You are able to really connect with the characters and therefore feel as if you are part of their world.Published 4 months ago by Christina Blankenship
Glad to have a happy ending. Story is not vey plausible with the mother having a sex tape & the daughter pretending it is hers but, most of the plotlines are closed,Published 4 months ago by Theresa