“So it’s ether you and me or me and me, Luce. And I don’t really like myself, so I hope you’ll pick the you and me option.”
Introducing Jude Ryder. All around bad news. The kind of boy every parents wish their child would never meet. He doesn’t “do girlfriends, relationships, flowers, or regular phone calls”. If that works for you, he thinks you could work out something special.
Then Lucy - who manages to keep trouble away. Until now.
I was really suppose to rate this 4 stars only but well, I can do a little favoritism every now and then.
This book literally had be gushing, blushing and flushing all the way through. Obviously, the adventure for own two lovebirds is a bit rough - well, a lot rough. There’s drama - of course -, hearbreak, betrayal, hurt, trust problems, fluff, hot kisses and everything in between. This book is a perfect balance of all. In my opinion, this book can even stand alone. (But who wouldn’t want another piece of Jude with the next two books?!)
I am seriously hooked with how the author herself writes the book. I love how she word things and how she types up scenes. This is exactly the way I wish the rest of the authors can write. Kudos to you, Nicole Williams! I am seriously, seriously looking forward to your other words. The only thing I noticed is that she loved to repeat some phrases. Sometimes, it’s okay. The other times, not so much. So, maybe less of that. Haha.
Okay, I’m off to read the sequel. Ta da!