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And who wouldn't lust after Leo Tate? He's a tattooed, hot musician with icy blue eyes and effortless sex appeal. He's guarded but kind and giving. He was intent on avoiding a serious relationship, but he became jealous and possessive whenever she's near. The more he fought his feelings for Nora, the more he can't resist her.
Leo and Nora had amazing chemistry together. Their witty banter and sizzling attraction to each other ignited the pages on fire. My favorite moment occured between them when she locked them into the music room. That uninhibited masturbation scene was deliciously hot, hot, hot...And then she dropped a bombshell on him...And then her dirty secret. My mouth hung open, and I was simply wowed!
"Spread your legs, Leo. Just shut up and do it, okay? Do this one thing for me. Let me see you. All of you." ~ Nora Blakely
The secondary characters really added to Leo and Nora's story. There were plenty of villians: Nora's mom; her half-brother, Finn; the bully at school, Emma Eason; and Leo's friend-with-benefits, Tiffani (with an i). Then, there was Teddy, the autistic musical savant, who was completely adorable and loveable. And Drew Mansfield and Cuba 'Hollywood' Hudson included additional heat and spice into the mix.
But for me, Sebastian Tate stole the show and my heart! His relationships with Leo and Nora were completely endearing. He was sweet and charming, yet edgy too.Read more ›
Nora is in her last year of high school at Briarcrest Academy and she is what you consider a genius with a high IQ. She is tall and thin, plays the piano, has won several spelling bees and even a few pageants. Her mother made sure she was the epitome of perfection in every way. Sadly her mother failed miserably at what a mother is supposed to do for their child and I hated her for that.
But, Nora has secrets and she has lost herself quite possibly gone mad. She is drinking and partying. She has also made this list of bad things she wants to do and I was intrigued. I wanted to know her secrets.
Her mother and father are always gone and Nora is left alone. She also has a brother Finn who she did not have the best relationship with and I just new in the beginning he was trouble.
Nora is practically on her own but deep down she is so lonely and it made me so very sad! She had her quirks like we all do and what really tripped me out was her thing for words! She also people watches and quite frankly I was enamored by her.
After a particular episode at school, that is witnessed by all, we are introduced to Leo Tate and his younger brother Sebastian. They are new in town and Sebastian will be going to Briarcrest Academy. Leo, however is older, about 25, and Sebastian's guardian since their parents were killed.Read more ›
Nora Blakely appears to be the perfect girl. Perfect looks, top of her class, talented and parents who are extremely successful. She wants for nothing...except to escape it all! Leo Tate has relocated to Highland Park, Texas with his younger brother and has enrolled him in Briarcrest Academy where Nora is speaking at the registration and open house night as the student body representative. Seven little words, two of them cuss words, change it all!
The connection between Leo and Nora from the first moment their eyes meet is explosive! Leo is the guardian for Sebastian and is opening a new gym in Highland Park. Nora's life hasn't been as perfect as it seems and she is ready to take control which includes making several bad choices. One of them leads her to Leo and Sebastian who happen to live across the street from Nora's aunts bakery. Trying to get a handle on Nora is a challenge in and of itself, let alone dealing with her heart. She is deeply broken and Leo is determined to fix her, but it won't be easy. The problem with trying to fix someone is that you risk opening your heart...a heart that has its own scars. The struggle between Leo and Nora is intense, emotional and feels so real. The secondary characters in the book are amazing and I fell in love with a few and deeply despised others! Those relationships and interactions help to crack through both of their hardened hearts and open their eyes to what is right in front of them...one another!
The intensity of Leo and Nora's love is beautiful and heartbreaking. The steam factor of this book is off the charts sizzling!! This is the first book in the series and it is not a cliffhanger, you will however, see them in the other books. Leo and Nora have a special place in my heart and always will...
Most Recent Customer Reviews
There is some dark subject matter in this book. But it is also filled with HOPE!!
I enjoyed the storyline and the characters created for this book. Read more
This book was awful - I have no idea how it got such a positive rating. There are lots and lots of typos - I am not talking about simple misspellings, but entire words missing. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Jennifer J Brady
Once upon a star, very bad things, can turn into very good things. Nora lives a truly horrendous existence. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Melinda Adams
Holy Moly what a book! Wow! I'm not sure how to review it because it wasn't anything I expected. I read the first few chapters as a bonus feature in the book Dirty English. Read morePublished 10 days ago by ColetteT
Easy read and very addicting story, I didn't want to put the book down.Published 11 days ago by Angela Accavitti
I love the BA books and this is one of my favorites. Nora was the spoilt rich kid everyone thought she was. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Karie Gibson
This is a book that grabs you from the first chapter and keeps you in a chokehold for the entire story.
We meet Nora at one of the lowest points of her young life. Read more
Quick read. Story line was somewhat believable, as I live in the greater Dallas area. Lead girl was likeable so was lead guy, brother was funnier however. So was supporting friend. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Jade Ranes
I loved this book and the characters. Some of the quotations and sentences are fantastic. For example: "If love is the answer, then I'm changing the question. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Jeff
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