Everyone in Rosemary Beach thinks they know how Rush Finlay and Blaire Wynn fell in love. But Rush is back to tell his side of the story...
Rush has earned every bit of his bad-boy reputation. The three-story beach house, luxury car, and line of girls begging for time between his sheets are the envy of every guy in Rosemary Beach, and Rush handles it all with the laid-back cool of a rock star’s son. All he needs are his best friend, Grant, and his sister, Nan.
Until Blaire Wynn drives into town in her beat-up pickup truck with a pistol under her seat. The Alabama farm girl instantly captures Rush’s attention once he discovers that the angelic beauty is his new stepsister, but he vows to keep his distance. Even if she needs his help. Even if he craves her.
Because Rush knows why Blaire is all alone in the world, forced to ask for help from the father who abandoned her three years ago. And he knows if he gets too close it will destroy Nan, who has a secret connection to Blaire.
He has every reason in the world to stay away from her. Find out why he doesn’t.
©2014 Abbi Glines (P)2014 Simon & Schuster
It's all about romance in my library! I have a wonderful husband, children and my grandchildren they are my rock.
Yes, I loved listening to Sebastian, very sexy voice!
Bad boy Rush in the beginning.
It was great to hear Rush's side of the story, but I think it good have been together with the first book.
For as much as I read and listen you would think by now that I would know how to spell lol. I read at least 5 books a week there are times I have gotten up to 10 in a week.
There is not much difference between this book and Fallen Too Far. The only thing with this one is I found out the connection a lot sooner between Blair and Nan then you did in Fallen Too Far. I do not feel as if I gained any insight into Rush. I feel as if I learned more of him in the other books. I did like hearing this narration however. I loved getting to see Jace and Woods from Rush's point of view! Grant however came off as a total douche in this book lol. Just goes to show how men will act one way with their women and another with their boys.
I guess I can understand that sometimes readers want to hear more from a character or perhaps don't want to let go but I don't really see the point of this book. It re-tells a story already told, word for word almost, from the male lead character's point of view. The book does not really provide any insight into the character or provide any depth or explanation to the story (which is really not that complex to require any explanation). What's more the the story in each of the other books in the series is told through multiple viewpoints, that is different chapters for each of the 2 main characters telling their story. So why do we need another book dedicated to Rush? Is it a money spinner?
Average among my total but better than most.
The male perspective on a story I had already read. Brought to light thoughts I wasn't aware of from the other perspective.
Nice inflection - good pronunciation.
Yes! I really like this series of book. First, they are well written, and extremely romantic. Also, the narration was so incredibly good!!!!
Rush! He is such a MAN!
Yes!!!!! He is my favorite narrator!!!!! His voice is so masculine, and rich! OMG! I stock every book he narrates.
Hot, sexy, and steamy!
I love books, it's my great escape.
This was steamy hot and so good! Makes me want to find myself a bad boy! I have just fallen in love with the folks in Rosemary Beach. I am telling you...you will not be able to stop with just one book from this author she is totally awesome! I just can't get enough. The minute a new book comes out I get it...usually have it on pre-order!!! I started this one about 1:00am just to hear a bit. Almost did not get any sleep. Finally I had to get a few minutes of rest, and started again with a cup of coffee and making breakfast. I don't what was hotter or sweeter my coffee of Rush! You will just have to get this one and find out. This was worth my money!
Yes!!! And I have three times already. I love Rush's character in the first three books but I absolutely love him after this. All his raw emotions toward his family and all his conflicting feelings toward Blair was awesome.
Rush all the way.
Sebastian brings this story to life. He has the perfect deep voice that I always envisioned for Rush. I really hope he is the voice of Krit in Abbi Glines Bad for You!!! Please have him do it.
YES!! I was upset when it was over, so I just listened to it again.
I am a lover of books. I enjoy losing myself in a fabulous romance and great story plot.
Reading/listening to this book was like finding the long-lost twin of "Fallen Too Far" (book 1) where we were first tethered into the wonderful, tumultuous and very passionate love story of Rush and Blair.
In this book, you will fall in love with sweet Blair all over again---Her gentleness, her perseverance and dignity when facing such tragic losses is nothing short of amazing. Such losses would have permanently broken a weaker person, but not Blair. Blair continues to be one of my favorite silently strong, but sweet heroines, ever.
Now, it was such a treat to get Rush's POV and to know his account in their love affair. It was great to see exactly where in the story he experienced his change of heart toward Blair, and to witness his very thought process along the way. It was funny to listen to his very vulgar, crass, but sexy as hell, inner thoughts about Blair…..Rush is all man!-- and, Glines did a fantastic job of portraying that in his book. Having Sebastian York narrate Rush's POV was simply sumptuous! He brings his man-lollipop to life! Loved the performance!
Well, if this book helps you fall in love with Rush and Blair all over again, it may re-acquaint you to the very hateful, selfish, and mean-spirited Nan (Rush's sister) all over again. I seriously hope Abbi Glines does not make her a heroine in a future book in this series. Nan's awful behavior (which I'm sure is even worse in Grant's book, which I have yet to read) is deserving of some real life consequences to match her character. Seriously, for me, I don't think Nan is salvageable as a character. On a side note, it was interesting to see how cold and hollow Abe (Blair's father) was, through Rush's eyes. In later books we find some redeeming qualities for Abe.
Overall, this was a really nice way to revisit the best book in the series so far!
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