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Escape In You
     

Escape In You

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by Rachel Schurig
 

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Jet Taylor is the quintessential bad boy. A womanizer. A fighter. Dangerous. The type of guy most girls do their best to avoid. But Zoe Janes is no saint herself. In fact, she sees in Jet the perfect opportunity to distract herself from her responsibilities at home and the mistakes that keep her trapped there. He’s gorgeous, likes to party, and is clearly only

Overview

Jet Taylor is the quintessential bad boy. A womanizer. A fighter. Dangerous. The type of guy most girls do their best to avoid. But Zoe Janes is no saint herself. In fact, she sees in Jet the perfect opportunity to distract herself from her responsibilities at home and the mistakes that keep her trapped there. He’s gorgeous, likes to party, and is clearly only interested in having fun—just like Zoe.

The more time they spend together, the harder it is for Zoe to stick to her “fun only” mantra. Jet is getting under her skin, making her believe things could actually be different. She knows they’re both trapped by the sins of their past but Jet is starting to make her think freedom might actually be possible.

And that makes him the most dangerous boy of all.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940148698746
Publisher:
Rachel Schurig
Publication date:
10/14/2013
Series:
Escape , #1
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
278
File size:
936 KB

Meet the Author

Rachel Schurig is the best selling author of the Three Girls series. She lives in the metro Detroit area with her dog, Lucy. She loves to watch reality TV and she reads as many books as she can get her hands on. In her spare time, Rachel decorates cakes. Visit Rachel at

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Escape In You 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
ysar More than 1 year ago
Zoe’s life is nothing like she thought it would be. Attending a small community college while nearly everyone else had headed off to college somewhere else, she spends the rest of her time worrying about and taking care of her mother, and avoiding her step-father, and trying to keep her head above water. Her only real escape is time spent with the few friends she has. Until she meets Jet. Jet’s been dealt a pretty awful hand as well. Since his brother died, his mother spends her days drinking and taking her anger out on Jet. His father has all but checked out, leaving Jet to handle his mother alone and shoulder all the blame she heaps on him. Zoe, the girl who calls him out on his cheesy pick-up lines instead of falling for them, is nothing like the girls he’s known, and he can’t get her out of his mind. Both in need of an escape from their less than perfect lives, Zoe and Jet strike up an unexpected friendship with the agreement that they will keep things somewhat casual. Of course, it all soon begins to hint at something much deeper. The Verdict... I was really surprised by how quickly I got into the story. Of course I expected to like it — why else would I have picked it up? But I didn’t expect that within just a few pages, I’d be coming up with excuses to stay up even later than usual to finish it. While both characters had some pretty depressing stories, and there were no miraculous solutions on the way, there was still an underlying theme of hope. Perhaps it was the way they were both so quickly intrigued with each other, but it felt like even though they were each going through their own personal hells, just having that new distraction of someone else to wonder about — and later someone else to turn to — let a little light in. Escape in You is not a light read, though, by any means. Jet is mostly just wonderful, there for Zoe any time she needs him, but both characters are dealing with a hell of a lot more than anyone can reason their way through. While they do become each other’s escape, they are not immediately each other’s savior, and life gets much darker and more difficult for both of them before it gets any better. They make mistakes and handle things completely wrong at times, but there’s something wonderful in the way they move from enabling the escape and denial toward actually facing and confronting the darkness that would easily have pulled most people under. What I liked most about it was the messy ending, the way that yes, it is a happy one, but it’s not candy-coated and fluffy. It’s gritty and real and in line with the less than perfect pair who are perfect for each other. ***FicCentral received this book from Xpresso Book Tours for free in exchange for an honest review. Even so, we're far too opinionated to let a freebie influence our thoughts or the contents of the reviews we post here.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed yhis book. It took me a little while to get onto it. It started with the drinking and ended with lots of problems solved. Great book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Extremely sad story, such a struggle for them both to survive, but they do, of course. Great story.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
jeanniezelos More than 1 year ago
Escape In You. Rachel Schurig. Another mistake on my part selecting this one for review. The book is fine, it's a well written and decent plot – it's my fault selecting it as its just too YA for my tastes. I found myself impatient with the characters and their actions, didn't empathise with them. I got irritated at the plots – I know with teens everything is life or death drama, and both Jet and Zoe had a horrible home life, but the way this led onto plots where they made stupid decisions just didn't work for me. There is some sex, nothing very OTT, and it fitted the actions and ages of the characters. I like some YA books, and thought this sounded one I'd enjoy but it wasn't. Thats not the fault of the book, just that it didn't suit my taste. Those closer in age to the protagonists will probably have a very different reaction to mine, and that good. We all have different tastes in literature. ARC supplied via Netgalley Stars: sorry just a two – but like I said that a personal view and not a reflection of book quality. What I didn't like could be just what you are looking for.