The last place I ever want to be with college basketball God, Jake LaShae.
I am losing my mind trying to figure out what this gorgeous and confident man wants from me. I need to break through his walls. What is it about me that makes him not go there? What am I lacking?
When a mind-blowing betrayal knocks the wind out of me, and I think I can't feel any lower...Brody stumbles into my path—barefoot no less, and sexy as hell. His direct and mouth-watering swagger is a breath of fresh air. The feelings this man gives me are like nothing I've ever experienced.
But Brody has a past.
A past that makes it nearly impossible for him to trust me and let us become us in whatever capacity that may be.
Just when Brody and I truly connect, just when I think that finding my soul-mate in college isn't a total joke, Jake comes back into my life…and messes things up…possibly for good.
After having finished A Broken Us, I needed to read the prequel immediately. I was smitten with Brody and Finley, and couldn't wait to read their story.
Oh man, it was pretty much awesome. I actually ended up liking this one much more than the previous book - sorry Liam. It was emotional, but more in a young love angst sort of way. Much easier to read for me, and I devoured this book during every moment of free time I had this last weekend. (My kindle was taken away from me at one point, because I was at a hibachi grill... and it's apparently rude to read while the chef is turning rice into a giant fish and making it eat the chicken. WHO KNEW?!)
I was impressed with how much Finley developed during the story. Although there were a few times I wasn't even aware time had gone by until a little bit into the chapter, so I was temporarily thrown off at how quick something happened - only to find out that I jumped to conclusions.
There's still a few instances where a word was used improperly, but not near the extent of the first book. I found myself quite pleased with this book.