The most valuable lesson Emerson Moore ever learned was from her parents: Never get too attached to someone else. That's why this hard-partying college student plays by her own code of bedroom conduct, refusing to stay with the same guy for too long. She gets all the pleasure of having a good time without the messiness of a relationship. So what if frat-house hopping has earned her a certain reputation around campus? At least no one gets hurt this way - especially her.
The narrator should never do boys voices. Her rendition of a male character ruins the book. I would rather she just stick to her normal voice for the ..Show More »whole book instead. « Show Less
Jace Riley and Audrey Mills had a tender and irresistibly passionate romance…until Audrey shattered his heart. Years later, she still can't stop thinking about him. They shared kisses that she'll never forget, and one brief, explosive encounter that she wishes she could. But no boy could rescue Audrey from her nightmarish home life, so she rescued herself, got through college and got into graduate school…only to find herself at the same school as Jace and his identical twin brother, Jaxon, who has his own complicated history with her.
someone who can stand bad narration. I think the story line was decent but narrator sounded like a whiney mess when doing female characters and an old..Show More » man when doing males.« Show Less
Lane Parker has suffered a terrible loss: a loss he can't get over, not even years later. Burdened by secrets he won't tell his closest friends and focused on only one goal, he finally gets the phone call he's been waiting for. Luck gives him a precious second chance to get back what was taken from him - and he'll use all his strength to make sure that the tragedy never happens again.
it was a sweet story.nice characters also nice to hear about other characters. not a fan of narrator