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Escaping Me

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  • Posted August 5, 2013

    Whitney Vandaveer definitely lucks out when she passed out after

    Whitney Vandaveer definitely lucks out when she passed out after running in hot as hell weather. After catching her pathetic boyfriend cheating on her she decides it’s time for a change and visits her mom for the summer in a backwoods country bumpkin town (think one bar in the town and EVERYONE knows your business).

    Trying to figure out what she wants to do with her life she meets the town’s new resident Cole Pritchett who happens to be driving by when she passes out during her run. After a little nudging from her sister and her mom (Gasp! mom encourages daughter to chase after the bad boy) Whitney does in fact chase and conquer and I loved that while Whitney did have her flaws and was a little demure she took charge of herself and became the aggressor.

    There are definitely twists and turns in the book, all but one were predictable and had I been paying attention I’m sure I could’ve figured it out as well.

    I enjoyed this book and was a little sad to see it end so early.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 8, 2013

    Too young but still good.

    ## Another 19 year old heroine. Seriously? These characters are way too young and it clearly shows with all their insecurities (ex-girlfriend, ex-boyfriend, rich daddy....etc). That was my only problem with this book. Other than that I enjoyed reading it, I just wish the characters were older. The hero started off as the obligatory jerk but the author turned him around right on time for him to be redeemable in the eyes of the reader. Will read again.

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    Posted September 12, 2013

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 10, 2013

    REALLY AWESOME

    I enjoyed this book so much. It starts out really slow but when it gets going, WOW, it really gets going and the sex is HOT & STEAMY. I fell in love with Cole right away. He is a guy that radiates sex appeal. He's hard and guarded but is need of someone to help him find his tender side. Whitney is his complete oposites. She is definitely an introvert who needs someone to pull her out of herself. When they finally find that they're so meant for eachother the sparks star to fly like crazy. And the pages star to heat up and catch on fire. Lol. The love they find in eachother is so amazing. I recommend this book to everyone. Just give it a chance. You won't be sorry. Thank Y ou o Elizabeth Lee for writing such a wonderful story.

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