I'm Yours [NOOK Book]

Overview

After the incident with Claire, Emily encounters more problems. Conrad is back with explanations and hope. Emily wants to give him a chance to explain himself. She can't help but wonder why he left. However, Jake isn't comfortable with Emily going out to eat with an old lover.
Will things be too much for Emily to handle? Will Emily do the one thing she knows best and withdraw? Will Emily and Jake's love for one another keep them from ...

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I'm Yours

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Overview

After the incident with Claire, Emily encounters more problems. Conrad is back with explanations and hope. Emily wants to give him a chance to explain himself. She can't help but wonder why he left. However, Jake isn't comfortable with Emily going out to eat with an old lover.
Will things be too much for Emily to handle? Will Emily do the one thing she knows best and withdraw? Will Emily and Jake's love for one another keep them from shattering?

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940033093830
  • Publisher: Lindsay Paige
  • Publication date: 3/4/2012
  • Series: Bold as Love , #2
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 50,052
  • Age range: 13 years
  • File size: 194 KB

Meet the Author

Lindsay Paige is a romance author from North Carolina. She has published five books in her completed Bold as Love series and YA titled Don't Panic. With coauthor Mary Smith, they have published two NA Hockey Romances in The Penalty Kill Trilogy.She has three passions in life: reading, writing, and watching hockey, especially the Pittsburgh Penguins. Among the pile of books to read, books to write, and games to watch, Lindsay is also focused on completing college.Lindsay is inspired by world around her and the people in it. Many of the aspects in her books stem from her love for hockey and her struggles in life and with anxiety, as evident in Don't Panic.She is currently working on numerous solo works and a couple of projects with Mary Smith as well.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 10, 2014

    It was...

    IT WAS TOOO EXTREME. IT BROUGHT OUT THE GUILTY SIDE OF EMILY AND JAKE. IT TOTALLY MESSED UP THE FIRST BOOK. BIG TIME. AND WHEN .............. WHOA THAT WAS WEIRD AND WHEN ..............THAT MUST HAVE BENN AKWARD AND THE ............. THAT WAS TOO MUCH IT SHOULD HAVE CAME IN THE FOURTH OR FIFTH BOOK MAYBE THE THIRD BUT YEAH. THE AUTHOR COULD HAVE DONE BETTER.

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  • Posted May 19, 2012

    The sequel to Sweetness but it didn't quite live up to the first

    The sequel to Sweetness but it didn't quite live up to the first one. I still loved the characters, but I just think it went a little too sexy. Call me a prude, but I am a fan of YA books that are more sweet than slutty.

    I missed the little brother Drake in this one, maybe because he was absent for most of it, the book lost its quiet innocence from the first book that I adored.

    Through all of my negativity, I am still interested in reading the third in the series.

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