Alexandria’s drug-dealing boyfriend, Joel, isn’t exactly the white knight she’s always dreamed of, but she can’t deny the crazy connection they have. She would do anything for him, including helping him sell drugs in order to fit perfectly into his world.
After catching Alexandria dealing for Joel, instead of turning her into the cops, Alexandria’s mother forces her to move to her grandparents’ farm in West Virginia. Spending the summer in the country, away from Joel, is the last thing Alexandria wants to do. But lucky for her, the sexy farmhand, Landon, who helps out around her grandparents’ place, is a very nice distraction. She tries her best to ignore her attraction to him, especially since she still loves Joel.
When Joel does the unforgivable, Alexandria turns to her new friend, Landon, for comfort, and it ignites an undeniable spark of attraction between them. Soon, she finds herself caught between two very different men, and the struggles within her heart just might end up breaking Alexandria.
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I have loved every book of K.A. Robinson’s that I have read so far. I have read them all. She writes about young(ish) people but it doesn’t feel like it as you read. (What I am saying is I don’t feel like a cougar as I read. *clears throat* Not that I am cougar age or anything.)
Alexandria is one of those girls that is rebelling against nothing. She is a teenager and not sure they need a reason for anything. This book is a perfect example of how much a situation and teenager feelings can affect a person. She gets a hard lesson at a young age and has to learn how to deal with that.
Furthermore, you know that a guy named Landon that works on a farm is gonna be hot. He can’t not be doing all that hard labor. And Joel is the sexy bad boy. (Yup, two hot guys in this book. TWO.)
*bites lip and gets a far off look*
Oops, sorry. Lost my train of thought. Anyway…
This book was well written and makes a good point (for me): Just because you feel one way about yourself doesn’t mean everyone else feels the same. Remember that and try to see yourself the way people that love you see you.
You gotta read KayRob. <– I just made that up. I am totally calling her KayRob from this point on.
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K.A. Robinson is the New York Times and USA Today Best Selling Author of The Torn Series and The Ties Series. She lives in a small town in West Virginia with her husband and toddler son. When she isn’t writing, she is reading or listening to rock music.
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While I had admitted earlier that Landon was cute, nothing had prepared me to see him shirtless and wet in the pool. It was obvious that he’d dived under right before I came out. His hair was dripping
wet, and water glistened as it ran down his chest and stomach. I knew I was standing there with my mouth hanging open, but at that moment, I didn’t possess the ability to close it.