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ISBN-13: 9781978226197
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 10/11/2017
Pages: 264
Sales rank: 229,759
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 1.25(h) x 9.00(d)

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In Too Deep 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 32 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
OMG ...this is a must read from Jordan...I was laughing I was crying and I was laughing till I had tears coming down my face. I have loved everything I have read from Jordan but I believe this one just became my favorite!!!!! Can't wait to read Titan and Faiths book next
Anonymous 10 months ago
I absolutely LOVED this book. I never laughed out loud so hard while reading anything.... but this takes the cake. I can't wait to read it again..... I felt like a fly on the wall with Hope and Aden. Loved their story.
avidezliteraria More than 1 year ago
Aden and Hope. Two opposites. Both in personality and in types of life. She, a single mother, sees a chance at a motel that she receives from her aunt's inheritance, the chance to have a better future. Stuck in a job with no prospect, which barely pays the bills, she leaves everything, and leaves for another state, spending all she had to rebuild this business and who knows how to succeed. Aden is a famous Hollywood actor, who gets tired of the fame and burden he brings, resigns from the movie that was cast, and leaves on a journey to disappear from the map and be able to relax. Fate brings these two together. She who did not pass the inspection to get the license to work, needs money to clear what was pointed out within two weeks before the inauguration. He needs a place to stay, and at the recommendation of his friend, who is Hope's cousin, ends up at the motel. Since he needs money and he refuses to leave, she accepts the guest. I confess that Aden's attitudes irritated me. He is rude, treats Hope badly all the time. The excuse that, in the past, other women did it him did not convince me. The things he says about her son really deserve the slap in the face he took. Hope on the other hand, it's bipolar. At the beginning of the book, she is a strong woman who confronts Aden on an equal basis and does not let down. But that out of nowhere turns into a complete madwoman. One day, when they are fighting near the pool, he balks, falls and bumps his head. She despairs, and thinking that she will be prosecuted, arrested, and lose her son, goes to the hospital to hear from him. The attendant will not let her in because only family members are allowed. The paramedic who picked him up, thinks she's his wife, talks to the receptionist, and that confuses the situation. She does not deny this information, and to make matters worse he loses his memory. In this moment, the plot retrance. She continues to lie, saying that they are married, invents several things without a nexus, practically says that he was a hobo, impotent, who lived at her expense. If this plot was meant to be funny, the author missed it ugly. Aden becomes another person without memory, someone much better. A person before everything that was said, tries to redeem himself and change. Hope, who was a sensible woman, ends up turning into a teenager for fear of losing a man. It's surreal that web of lies that she creates for two months. And you can not believe that a famous actor disappears and no one will look. She does not fill out the forms at the hospital because she does not know the data and yet no one suspects. Her cousin is his friend and will not call in two months? I can not believe it. The scene of the discovery, the news she receives at the end and the conclusion did not work. Another good plot, that sinned in the development.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have never laughed at someone’s pain before I love this book I can’t wait for more books a must read
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was just simple well writen. I don't think I've read a funnier,surprisingly good love story like this. Once you start read it you won't want to put it down.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed ths story, and actually laughed outloud.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This had so much potential. Where it lost me was the love scenes. Just when it was getting hot......boom end of the chapter. If this was a movie it would be pg-13 and I'm more of an NC-17 kind of girl.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
And hate that I kept reading it hoping Hope would do the right thing. Aden was really mean to her but at least he didn't lie to her and his character did redeem himself Hope was one of the worst heriones I've have ever read and she never redeemed herself. I actually hated her through most of the story. Wasted Sunday. I really, really liked the two chacaters in her first book of this series, and alot of her others that I've read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
REAL READER I'm conflicted on how to review this book. The writing was good and the storyline was original, BUT man it just got stupid in the middle and just went on and on with the stupidity. I can see where people bury themselves in hole but this went on and on.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is the best I've read in a long time I literally was crying bc i was laughing so hard. Which peaked my husband's interest which made him laugh as i told him about it Sexy, funny, & great I love how the author makes the ppl real
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Awesome book will read over and over
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love Jordan Marie's books and this is one of the reason why...
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great book! I was thinking the whole time “just tell him!!” But she kept it going. The ending was of course what I was hoping for but I kinda wished she would have went a little more into their life after. Still loved it either way.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Awesome Love story. I Love all her Books!!??
HeatherHungateBrown More than 1 year ago
This is one love/hate/intense relationship. Aden was a complete ass. I wanted to slap him myself. Hope and Aden know how to push each other buttons. I was on edge wondering when the ball going to drop. There is a lot of laugh out loud moments. I just love this crazy family. I can't wait to read what happens next.
fantasyland13 More than 1 year ago
As always Jordan Marie brings the most emotions out of her writing. I laughed, cried, and was plain mad at Aden and Holly at times. We met Aden in the last book and we knew or should have known that he has some major issues with trust and women. Not all the time together but some major issues all the same. So when he goes to hide out in Idaho with one of the only people in the world that don't know who he is things take a weird a turn. Holly has a lot of things in her life going on and having some intitled man show up and treating her like crap is the last thing she needed. So when she finds herself in a little bit of trouble she finds herself lying to the one person she finds herself loving. Yes, these two should probably not be together but they just might find happily ever after. I voluntarily read an advance reader copy for my honest review.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really liked the first book even though it was much shorter than this book. It had a strong h and a loveable H. I was really looking forward to this book. This book however had a nasty H and a clueless lying h. I didn't mind h as much, even though I cringed every time she lied, but some times I wondered why was she so attracted to a guy who treated her so badly? Even at the end, the things he tells h and the way he treats her, any woman with a little sense of dignity would have walked away, without a backward glance.Don't get me wrong, I love hateful Hs who turn into nice guys, but this guy stayed like that till the end. I have all the MC books from this author and I love them. With this book, I found myself reading half a page and then web browsing and doing other stuff and coming back to read another page. I could not quit it, beacause when I start a book, I have to read it to the end and till then, I can not start a new book. If you don't mind a jerk for H and a book that is 100 pages more than it should be, then I will recommand this book.
Sandy-thereadingcafe More than 1 year ago
questionable believability / struggled to enjoy IN TOO DEEP is the second installment in Jordan Marie’s contemporary, adult DOING BAD THINGS erotic, romance series. This is forty year old Hollywood movie star Aden McIntyre, and twenty six year old single mom / motel owner Hope Lucas. IN TOO DEEP can be read as a stand alone story without any difficulty. Any important information from the previous story line is revealed where necessary. Aden McIntyre is connected to our story line heroine through her cousin White, and his friend Gavin O’Leary (GOING DOWN HARD #1). Told from dual first person perspectives (Hope and Aden) IN TOO DEEP follows the acrimonious relationship built upon the ongoing lies between Hollywood actor Aden McIntyre, and single mom/motel owner Hope Lucas. Aden McIntyre is tired of the Hollywood scene and the fame-hungry starlets when he walks away from his latest picture deal into the anonymity of Clancy, Idaho, population six hundred. With a recommendation from Gavin’s friend White, Aden heads to the Hard Acres Motel where his life will take an unexpected and disastrous turn. Enter Hope Lucas, White’s cousin, and the woman with whom Aden will fall in love. What ensues is the building but deceptive relationship between Aden and Hope, and the fall out when the truth is finally revealed. When Hope Lucas inherited the Hard Acres Motel in Clancy Idaho, our heroine had no idea the mess of which she was walking into. With renovations only partially complete, and no readily available cash to continue the work, Hope considers walking way until her ‘first’ customer arrives two weeks early demanding a room, and a place to stay. Aden McIntyre wants nothing to do with Hope Lucas, and her run-down motel but our hero is desperate to escape, and pushes our heroine into a two week deal. The back and forth, excessively angry confrontations, name calling, and bitter feud will end when Aden lands in the hospital without any memory of past. A small lie will snowball into the scam of the century as Hope claims to be Aden’s wife, and immediately begins to turn Aden’s life into a comedy of errors as the lies continue to build-one after another. IN TOO DEEP is a story of deception; of one woman’s desperate need to feel wanted; and one man’s desire to escape the world from which he belonged. The believability aspect to the story line is limited; I had a difficult time with the continuous, ongoing, over the top lies and fabrications that snowballed into an unimaginable and preposterous backstory for one man whose memories were wiped clean by a pool side accident. Not withstanding the couple’s original acrimonious and hate filled, rude and crude introduction, the lies spewed and fabricated history by our story line heroine is questionable on so many levels. In the end my sympathies leaned towards Aden McIntyre as Hope Lucas continued the ruse for weeks. On one level the story line could have been a great romantic comedy but the couple’s introduction and their original treatment of one another revealed a distasteful and offensive side to each of the story line characters; the language was cutting, meant to hurt and inflict damage-the use of a certain four-letter word is caustic. The premise is engaging; the characters are impulsive and spirited; the romance is heartbreaking-forged by deception and lies-the believeability was lacking on so many levels
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I can't say that I loved this book, mainly because of Aden. He was a horrible and cruel person for the majority of the book. I never warmed up to him. I liked Hope. Even though she made a huge mistake, I understand why she did it. But even her lies got too carried away and some of the things she led Aden to believe were mean as well. The end came at lighting speed and did a 180 in a blink of an eye. I went back thinking that I had missed a few pages because there was no connection between those last events. Not my favorite book. I'm not sure if I'll be reading the next book.
gillek2 More than 1 year ago
Aden has decided he needs a break from the crazy lifestyle he has been living as a successful movie star. He has decided to stay in a small town at a hotel owned by his friend’s cousin Hope. Now if only he could leave his privileged snarky attitude behind as well. Hope left the life she was living in her past and moved her and her son into the motel she inherited from her aunt. She has used all her financial sources to make the motel viable and the last thing she needs is a cranky guest as she tries to finish the renovations. When Aden has an accident, what starts out as little white lie has now turned into a landslide and it is burying her alive. She likes the person that Aden has become since the accident but what happens when he regains his memory and the truth comes to light? I liked how Aden changed as the story progressed and he redeemed himself and the chemistry and connection between them was intense. I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.
C_Fender1 More than 1 year ago
This is the story of Hope and Aden. Two people that have a hate-at-first-sight relationship. Aden is a hot shot Hollywood actor in desperate need of a break from it all. Hope is the polar opposite, spending every penny she has, trying to fix up an outdated hotel. Aden arrives a week early and bribes Hope into giving her a room. The practically pure hate between the two continents until one of them snaps. Can one spur of the moment decision fix them both or ruin absolutely everything? I so absolutely loved this book. It’s very worth the read.
lexiesmomma_32 More than 1 year ago
Oh man Jordan you once again knocked it out of the park. This book has to be one of my all time favorite books. Yeah Hope makes a poor decision but at the time she has no idea what to do. This book was full of laughs, times that make you want to slap a man, lies, secrets, betrayal, some sexy times, and so much more. This book is about a woman who is doing all she can to try and do something with her life and provide for her child but keeps getting knocked down. She keeps on trucking along but then comes a black cloud, named Aden, who just makes it that much more harder. Desperate times call for desperate measures and what she starts is something that will just bring possibly more trouble than she can handle. I have been intrigued with Aden since I was introduced to him in Gavin's story and this book was not a disappointment. Aden is the man that makes it easy for you to want to hate him but knowing what he has been through it causes you to want to give him a chance. He hasn't enjoyed life for quite some time and although he is miserable in Hope's motel he is once again finding something he has been missing in his life. He knows he is being a first class A&&hole but for some reason he can't help himself but karma has a way of coming back around and he is about to get dealt a big dose of karma. I highly recommend this entertaining read. Jordan knows how to deliver her readers with a book that is absolutely addicting. I know that if it is a book by Jordan than it is sure to be a book that I will love and I have not been disappointed yet. I really can't wait for the next book and hope I don't have to wait too long
Reader_love More than 1 year ago
I love everything DEEP! Hope is only trying to take care of the only man in her life. She inheirates a motel from her aunt it's sucking not only her money but her emotions dry. Aden has had enough and walks away from his career. When a friend recommends a motel that belongs to his cousin the sparks fly and not in a good way. Well until one night when they both are in a haze. I wanted to kick the shit out of Aden! I really really wanted throat punch! But then I was like aww no throat punching maybe a throat licking. I wanted to shake Hope and tell her to man up! I loved both characters. The book was funny, hot, and so many more things!
Shell_Price More than 1 year ago
I love where this new series is going. This is the first enemies to lovers book that I have read in awhile and it was perfect. Jordan Marie gives us two main characters that are individually easy to love and understand but when they get together it is like oil and water. Hope is a single mother struggling to survive and raise her toddler son. She has recently packed everything and moved to Clancy, Idaho to renovate and run a hotel that her aunt willed to her. Aden is a Hollywood actor and writer that is trying to get away from it all for a while. He's at the top of his career and just walked off the set of a movie that was going to pay him $70 million dollars and quit. Hope and Aden rub each other the wrong way until the night when too much cold medicine and too much alcohol collide and they wake up in bed together...and things only go downhill from there. After a serious accident Hope and Aden get to find a different side to each other but can a relationship built on lies ever last? This is a story where you see just how bad things can spiral out of control from just a few innocent mistakes. Past events create hidden wounds that are felt at the worst possible times. It's a story of realizing your mistakes and forgiving others for theirs. It's different from your typical Jordan Marie book but in a word, it's brilliant. I loved that we got to cross series by bringing Hope's aunt Ida Sue and cousin White Lucas to Clancy to help Hope, along with appearances by Gavin, Casey, and Titan. I can't wait for Taking It Slow - Titan and Faith's story where we get Aden's friend hooking up with Hope's sister.
RHolub More than 1 year ago
Sometimes I feel like Jordan Marie must be the literary version of Kevin Costner's character in Field of Dreams!!! If she writes it I will read it!!! This book is no different!!! It's a little different than most of her books but this is not a bad thing. And really, if you have read her Lucas Brothers series, this book fits in perfectly!!! Hope Lucas is caught in a situation and every turn she makes just gets her in deeper and deeper. But what is a girl to do when faced with losing everything because of an entitled jerk bent on making her life miserable? And when one harmless little white lie snowballs into something so much more complicated, Hope just doesn't know how to end it without losing everything. Aden "Smith"! There is a lot more there than meets the eye in the beginning. I really didn't want to like anything about this guy. He's had it with women, and with being used. Not that I don't believe he brought on a lot of that himself, but you can bet he will do ANYTHING to keep from allowing it to continue. Including convincing himself that all women, whether in Hollywood or in small-town Idaho, are only out for what they can get. Things start out bad and only escalate from there between Hope and Aden. I think I shook my head in complete awestruck wonder more times in this book than I have in a long time. And I laughed, great big belly laughs. I mean, really, Hope?!? What were you thinking? Thank you, Jordan Marie, for once again giving your readers a fantastic read, no matter how convoluted the road to our much-loved HEA was!!!