- File Size: 1459 KB
- Print Length: 300 pages
- Publisher: Loveswept (February 7, 2017)
- Publication Date: February 7, 2017
- Sold by: Random House LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01F2IMRBE
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #312,088 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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It was refreshing that Ava is a virgin. She’s so focused on reaching her goals, she hasn’t taken time for boys. Well, that and an ages old crush on Rush. Ava is a bit of a saint to put up with the chip Rush wears on his shoulder. He vacillates between being a jokester and being an outright ass to everyone around him, Ava included. Ava certainly uses her knowledge of the man Rush was before prison to deal with the unpleasantness that is Rush now. If she hadn’t know the kind, caring Rush, she’d no doubt give up on his after the first time he’s says anything nasty to her. She had faith that Rush hasn’t lost himself, just misplaced his true personality.
Rush needs Ava. He doesn’t even realize it let alone how much he needs her. Eventually, he realizes he can be the man she needs but damn it takes him a long to get there!
What’s difficult for these two is good for the reader. There’s lots of tension in these complex characters and the story is full of intrigue. Ava and Rush solve the mystery of her mother’s murder and finally work through building a relationship in a way that kept me turning pages.
Ava St. George had a huge crush on Rush when she was younger. Eight years later though, he is nothing like the man that he used to be. He's crude to point of being mean and he doesn't seem to have an ounce of goodness left in him but she knows that the Rush that she used to know, the one that she used to love, is still in there somewhere and she's determined to find him because she needs his help. His help to catch a killer, a murderer that had her mother killed.
This book took me a while to read but it wasn't the story line or the writing style, it was Rush. I didn't like him for most of the book. He was a huge jerk for the majority of the book and I had a really hard time getting past it but that's all on me and I know it. I do look forward to next book in the series though.
Ava has waited for Rush to get home because she can't seem to forget the guy who was always there for her when she was growing up. What shocked her more than anything is not only did Rush not want her to visit while he was in jail he acts like the last person he ever wants to see is her once he gets out.
Unfortunately for Rush, Ava is not the little girl she used to be...so when she realizes that Rush has the information that she needs to all of her questions, she refuses to give up until she gets what she wants.
I voluntarily read this advanced reviewers copy of this book
Overall this book was great. The emotional roller coaster that Jackie Ashenden brings you on in this book will keep you wanting and needing more.
Rush is just a man that needs answers...Ava is a woman that needs justice...together they are erotically hot, emotionally charged and romantically beautiful. This is hands down my favorite book in this series with book 1 following very close behind it.
This book definitely gets my rating as a great book...for a great price...by a great author!
I am happy to say that Take Me Harder did not disappoint! I love these Redmond brothers, and Rush is particularly engmatic. He’s out of prison for a crime he didn’t commit and trying to get his life back. He’s a bad boy with a surly attitude, and he’s confounded when he is reunited with family friend Ava St. George and discovers he is attracted to her. She was just a little girl last time he saw her, and she’s now a cop - not normally his favorite kind of people now. She’s straight-laced and needs his help, but Rush isn’t in a place to help her. Prison has made him believe he’s a bad guy, and he is not looking to donate his time to help Ava.
Ava always had a crush on Rush, because he was a friendly to her when she was a lonely kid. She’s crazy attracted to him now and not put off when he tries to scare her into going away. She knows there is a good guy is underneath all his bluster and anger.
Ava and Rush were super fun and have great chemistry. I loved every minute of Take Me Harder and cannot wait for the next installment in the Lone Star State series.
ARC provided by publisher via NetGalley, but this review was voluntarily and honestly written.
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Loved this story it was an amazing story about finding oneself and redemption.Read more
Thank you NetGalley for the ARC!
I loved the other two books in this series, but not so much this one. I liked it, don't get me wrong, but I just couldn't get over Rush being such an ass.Read more
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