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Everything for Us (Bad Boys Series #3)

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

3 out of 8 people found this review helpful.

Leighton totally delivers with this one...

Marissa has been cold and heartless her whole life; she was bred that way. But when a case of mistaken identity gets her kidnapped and held hostage and then freed, well, she looks at life a little differently. So she decides it is time to start over and reinvent herself...
Marissa has been cold and heartless her whole life; she was bred that way. But when a case of mistaken identity gets her kidnapped and held hostage and then freed, well, she looks at life a little differently. So she decides it is time to start over and reinvent herself. And it starts with apologizing to her cousin, Olivia, who she has treated worst of all. And with a little help from Nash, maybe she can be the person she needs to be...the person she wants to be. With his help, she feels free. And maybe somewhere along the way she will be able to free him, too, of his demons.

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But a part of me doesn't mind him intruding on my privacy. In fact, on some level, I crave it. I crave everything he represents. He is like rebellion. And freedom. Like a salvation of sorts. I just didn't know until recently that I needed saving.
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Leighton, Leighton, Leighton!! Do you know how much I adore you? Do you know how happy I am to have been introduced to these fabulous characters or the wickedly amazing storyline you delivered book after book? So much emotion run rampant in your stories and I am truly glad to have been a part of it. You are one serious author to be reckoned with. And I look forward to much, much more of your work!

Hot {adjective} Definition: very high in temperature

This whole series is completely and utterly hot. Yes, if one word had to be used it would be that...HOT! And EVERYTHING FOR US was no different than the first two. Mrs. Leighton sure knows what she is doing when she writing certain scenes. Oh yes, you know what scenes I am talking about don't you? Those scenes that stay with you long after they are over; on constant replay in your mind. Oh la la!

When I say what I am about to say...I am probably gonna have to dodge a few evil glares and snide remarks thrown my way. But hear me out, okay? Lately I have grown tired of reading the same thing over and over again. You see it in Every.Single.Book lately...the cocky, selfish, I want every woman to drown in my gorgeousness type of guy. And Nash is no different. Only thing is....it works for him. And it works for this book. So yeah, even though I am sick of reading that type of guy lately, I wouldn't want Nash any other way. I'll take him any way I can get him.

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Regardless of his motives, the effect is still the same. In fact, the thought that he might need me as I feel like I need him intensifies it. Instantly, my mind stills and the panic quiets. That's the moment I realize that yes, he is trouble. And that no, it won't keep me away from him. Nothing will.
And I don't know why.
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I absolutely recommend this book! But if you've read the other 2 there should be no doubt in your mind that you should read this one. Am I right or am I right? It finished out the series perfectly when closure on all accounts. Not one part did I feel didn't get the closure it so desperately needed. In fact, I finished this story with tears in my eyes and a smile on my face.

posted by twimom101 on September 3, 2013

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Most Helpful Critical Review

9 out of 11 people found this review helpful.

Plot spoilers

99% of the reviews here are plot spoilers, some even saying i wont spoil it but.... then we have the ever present spoilers braggers who brag how they got their book for free for their, cough,cough, honest review, which is a joke. You ppl get a free book, then turn aroun...
99% of the reviews here are plot spoilers, some even saying i wont spoil it but.... then we have the ever present spoilers braggers who brag how they got their book for free for their, cough,cough, honest review, which is a joke. You ppl get a free book, then turn around and spoil the book for everyone else who has to buy their book. By that time there is no reason to buy it because you ppl just told the entire storyline. Please bn, please ban these plot spoiling reviewers and delete their posts, please?

posted by 8888649 on September 10, 2013

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 26, 2014

    Nick

    Waits for people

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 19, 2013

    Confusing

    Good but hard to follow

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 24, 2013

    Onyx

    Im there

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  • Posted October 12, 2013

    Hot!!!!

    Hot book a must read !

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  • Posted October 2, 2013

    You Must Check it out for your self.

    This was a very good read however it was not as good as the first 2 book. I love the writer style though. I would also like for M. Leighton to write a conclusion to Dark Waltz.

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  • Posted September 12, 2013

    Everything for Us is a tough story to review without spoilers. U

    Everything for Us is a tough story to review without spoilers. Unless you've read the blurb; that thing is spoiler city if you haven't read book two. So I guess I will just assume that those reading the review have read the blurb and go from there.

    Everything for Us is a departure from this rest of the series, since it centers on Marissa and Nash. That excited me. It seems that everyone hates Marissa, but I never have. I know she was a witch in Down to You, but I never thought that was a good excuse for Nash/Cash and Olivia to do the business behind her back. But that's just me. I liked Marissa because she was complicated, she wasn't perfect and didn't pretend to be.

    And of course, I was ready for real-Nash. After that whopper of a bombshell in Up to Me, it was ON. I liked that Nash was about zero BS, and was severely pissed. He was grouchy and you just knew he was barely keeping himself leashed. I knew that Nash and Marissa would make an interesting pair. And they did. And let me just say that having Nash and Cash together, with situations in which Cash is pretending to be Nash and Nash is pretending to be Cash, definitely worked my brain. I almost resorted to making a chart to keeping the details straight. Now I know why some parents of twins give their kids names like Harry and Tom.

    Okay, so I do have an issue with Everything for Us and it is the same I had in Down to You. I've never been cool with the lying from Cash and Nash, in regards to using their twin status to trick Marissa and Olivia in intimate situations. It honestly didn't sit well with me at all, and I didn't like how they just got away with it. If there had been more accountability, I may have felt better about this, and it may be something that only bothers me, I don't know.

    Everything for Us was definitely fast-paced, and I liked that. There's a lot going on with the situation with Nash and Cash's dad and the people who framed him. I loved that this story line did not get pushed aside to solely focus on the romance, because this is a huge deal and really the trigger for everything Nash and Cash have gone through. Everything for Us is also a romantic story, which Leighton excels at. She infuses a lot of passion into her writing and her characters and this is my favorite aspect to her writing. In this book, though what I enjoyed the most was Nash's and Marissa's personal struggles. Nash's story was one of coming to grips with the life that had been stolen from him, and the future he faces. Marissa faced her fight to break away from her old life and create a new, better one. They both experienced a highly satisfying amount of personal growth.

    Everything for Us ends the Bad Boys series on a very romantic and satisfying note; a good conclusion to the series.

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    Posted September 27, 2013

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