- File Size: 2957 KB
- Print Length: 271 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Ever After, LLC (September 15, 2017)
- Publication Date: September 15, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B073HHZJ9J
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #37,349 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Mason and Bailey have arguably the most complicated, messy dynamic of this entire series. The Blackhawk Boys are full of secrets and brokenness and addiction and sin, and each of their roads to happily ever after have been paved in heartache and tragedy. At first, In Too Deep felt a bit lighter to me as compared to previous standalones in this series. Bailey and Mason waking up after their hasty, drunken Vegas wedding felt, at first, delicious and sexy and fun. But as their history is revealed, as their truths are bared and their true feelings come to light, it became clear that In Too Deep would fall right in line with every other book in this series. In Too Deep is heavy with emotion and angst and it gripped me just as completely as the rest of Lexi Ryan's series did.
As heavy as this story is, it's also deliciously romantic and beautifully sweet. Mason has his own secrets but his devotion to Bailey has never been one of them. He's one of the good guys and it's impossible not to love him. Bailey is so headstrong, so stubborn, so defiant, so determined. Her entire young adult life has been built on secrets and lies and the struggle to get by. These characters have spent years playing a painfully messy game of push and pull, of give and take and after their accidental wedding becomes a marriage of convenience, every secret and lie they've ever had between them comes full circle and threatens everything they allow themselves to hope for.
“I don’t want your friendship unless it comes with your body. And I don’t want your body unless it comes with your heart .”
I love this book just as I've loved every book before it. The Blackhawk Boys is one of my absolute FAVORITE series and each book is just as fantastic as the last. This series is so angsty, so messy, so intricately woven together, I can not get enough of it. Mason's story is one I've longed for since these characters were first introduced in their friends' books and finally getting their complete story was as satisfying as I hoped it would be. Longing and heartache converge with sensuality and romance to make for a richly layered plot in this unputdownable page turner and I never wanted it to end. As with every book in this series, I struggled between devouring it eagerly and savoring it slowly just so it would last. I loved everything about it. The romance, the drama, MASON, the shocking secrets, the heart-wrenching truths, football, MASON, this colorful ensemble of characters, the steamy scenes, the raw emotion on every page, MASON, Lexi Ryan's stunning writing style, the way the past and present converge and collide, the drama and the unbelievably romantic one liners I highlighted throughout this book... I could go on and on about all of the things I loved about this book. It's sexy and delicious and infuriating and angsty and emotional and so romantic... I just loved it.
Bailey Green and Mason Dahl met their freshman year of college. They started out as a hookup that turned into a friends with benefits until Mason wanted more. Bailey refused to get into a real relationship with Mason. She was still grieving Nick's death and struggling to keep up with her college courses and tuition. She was working as a stripper to make ends meet. For four years she held Mason at bay. They settled on a friendship only type relationship although they both still desired one another. After college graduation the gang is moving on to their perspective careers. Mason has become an NFL player for the Gators. Bailey is stuck in Black Hawk Valley, still tending bar and playing around with her photography. A weekend in Vegas celebrating their friends engagement is a life changing event for both of them. A drunken night turns into a legal marriage. Bailey wants out and Mason is determined to make their marriage work.
Their hasty, secret marriage could ruin Mason's career on the Gators unless they come clean with the public. Bailey's past could ruin Mason's career as well. Bailey's desperate to break all ties before she ruins Mason's life. Mason is desperate to stay married until he can get his position on the team secured or at least make him a tradable player.
They both love each other but the past is holding them both back in very different ways. For Mason it's knowledge that he is competing against a dead man. For Bailey, it's her past toxic relationship with Nick that could ruin Mason's life. They have reached the point of either letting go of each other or letting the past destroy them both. It doesn't matter how much they really do love each other, their past is dictating their future. They both have secrets that could destroy each other and their already troubled relationship.
Lexi Ryan delivered more than a romance, she brought this series full circle. There were so many things that were left unexplained about Nick's presence in Bailey's life and how his death changed her future. The fatal accident is where it all started and ended up being the very thing that validated this entire series. I fell hopelessly in love with Mason and admired his determination. My heart broke for Bailey but I also respected her decisions.
I'm sad to say goodbye to all of these dynamic characters in the Black Hawk Boys series. I am hoping that Lexi Ryan will continue with the new characters introduced on the NFL team.
Bailey is a character that hasn't always made the best decisions in life, but in reading the why, you totally understand and emphasize with the driving factors of those decisions. Mason is a great man, swoon-worthy in every way. Lexi Ryan has an amazing ability to create realistic characters with realistic issues making everyday choices that carry so much heart and emotion that the stories stay with you long after the book is finished.
In Too Deep is the fifth book in the Blackhawk Boys Series. It can be read independently, but in order to get more of the back story with all the other characters in the book, it's best to read them in order.
Lexi always brings the plot. Like peeling an onion of its layers. Both characters are so well developed, ALL characters.
I not only fell hard for Mason but for Bailey as well. The push and pull was just enough.
I will always be a huge fan of Lexi Ryan's stories and writing. This whole series totally rocked! But man, did I LOVE this book!! LOVED!!!
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