And just a heads up - this is a New Adult book with a mature, adult relationship, meaning there are many and hot graphic sex scenes. This Love is a sweet, fun, and sexy beach read that I recommend to those who can't get enough of forbidden romances! For more of my reviews, visit my blog at Xpresso Reads View all 8 comments. Jul 29, Book-Bosomed blog rated it it was amazing.
Where were those professors when I was an undergrad? So how did the story hold up years later on a re-read? I was easily reminded how I liked both of their characters. This is really critical to me for giving 5 stars so I can still see why I rated it that way. Atticus is a little surly and he gives mixed signals at first, but I was sympathetic to the fact that he was still trying to put his life back together.
And he was hot in a take-what-he-wants, conventions-be-damned kind of way. And yet I wouldn't call him reckless. I seriously enjoyed how Avery had a backbone and a brain. The key components being that: 1. Avery and Atticus share a common ground having both been hurt and betrayed by people they loved and trusted. Bother her again, and I swear to god I will drive to Virginia for no other reason but to kick your motherfucking ass. Are we very clear? I know what you look like when you come for me.
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Sexual history: h is not a virgin; lost her v-card to HS boyfriend years before and has had other partners since. No rape or sexual abuse. All reviews written by Book-Bosomed Book Blog are honest opinions. View 2 comments. As you may have noticed, like many readers I've joined the New Adult craze lately.
Now don't worry—I still love my adult romances, and the occasional YA romance as well, but there's something about this new genre that has captured my attention right now. Perhaps it is because most NA books are covering the same age group that I am in right now give or take a few years, depending on the book in question. As with any genre, there are some great books to be found in this category..
Blog Tour Review: This Love (University of Branton #1) by Nazarea Andrews
I'm happy to say that Nazarea Andrew's This Love is a good example of this new genre! I was hooked from page one; something about the story, the writing, and the characters grabbed me and wouldn't let me go until the end. I'll admit that there were a few places where I may have been annoyed at one character or another, or perhaps skipped a page once or twice, but overall it was a really good book. And they did have to work for it, as these two could not simply claim their couple status and walk hand-in-hand towards the sunset.
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Maybe that's why I enjoyed this book so much, because even if they did fall into bed pretty early in the book, it didn't automatically mean that they were in love, and I wondered many times how things were going to work out between them. Would they be caught, would there be a scandal, would the soon-to-be-ex wife ruin their HEA?
I didn't know, but I had to find out! If you want to try a New Adult romance, This Love may be the one for you! A sexy young professor who falls for the girl he hires as a research assistant, followed by plenty of steamy action and passion bonus: Atti is a bit of a dirty talker at times—yum! For me, I started it in the morning, read it whenever I had free time throughout the day, and finished it before I went to sleep that night. I didn't want to leave this book, and I very much look forward to future books by this new author! I'm very excited to have his story told, he was just as sexy and interesting as Atticus!
I received this e-ARC from author in exchange for my honest opinion.
Jan 04, Aila rated it did not like it Shelves: new-adult. Correct me if I'm wrong, but technically he's still married. The switch between POV's are also fucking annoying. It switches about 4 times in one chapter after a couple of pages and felt abrupt and disjointed.
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Finally, the pacing felt so weird. It didn't feel like Insta-love or attraction yet the dude still pulled moves on her. It was spontaneous and got me going "huh?!? Overall: I'm sure many NA readers will enjoy this and let these things slide, so I'd totally recommend this one if you're okay with the stuff I listed above.
If, like me, they make you feel uncomfortable and would deter your enjoyment in reading, definitely skip it. I love Forbidden Love types of story. I love the mystery of it all; I wanted to see how something that is doomed from the start would end. He's a professor that needed an assistant to arrange his research papers and she's in a serious need of a job that could give her enough money for her to attend her sister's wedding in Jamaica.
How convenient for them right? Having a pretty simple plot could be a bad thing for others but Nazarea Andrew makes this simple story into something that would definitely tickle your curiosity and imagination. The author presented to us two undeniably adorable characters: Avery and Atticus. A woman with her own perspective - Avery Emili; She is this strong woman who knows what she wants and goes after it no matter what. The pirate and legend enthusiast - Atticus Grime; Well, he's the professor, the kind that makes his student drools and simply wants to stare at during lectures.
Just when you thought the time for them to part ways would come, they would rub it off and come back to each other. Secondary characters play a great deal for me but it seems like this is where the story seemed to lack: its distinction with its secondary characters.
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I know you have a lot on your plate but to say those things to Atti? From the sexy professor, to the student assistant, the undeniable tension, creepy and weird ex's, This Love is one good reading company. Blog tour stop at Reads and Thoughts. Avery a student at the University of Branton who is needing a job so she can continue to escape from her life instead of going back home for the summer Atticus a professor who needs a research assistant since he lost his last one in quite the scandal.
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Well the were both looking for solutions but they didn't factor the possibilities of love into the equation. Is love enough to risk everything? Other key players: Kelly the friend who is loving yet a bit superficial and if she was a male would be considered quite the player. Nik the bitch from hell who doesn't know the meaning of no Josh the arrogant ex also from hell and who also doesn't know the meaning of no Scout the troubled broken sister, who you know there is a story there to unfold Dane the bestest of friends who has nothing but the best interest for Atticus but can be quite the asshole but he too has a story and I can not wait to find out what will happen with Scout and Dane in the next installment of this series.
These key players make the road a bit bumpy for Atticus and Avery which only adds to their already thick walls from there jaded pasts. But love has a way a chipping past that and taking hold. Avery and Atticus had an easy companionship and love with each other with a whole bunch of chemistry thrown in. Good quick story with angst, drama, friendship and love. View 1 comment. Jun 07, Jillian Stein rated it it was amazing Shelves: arc. I devoured this book…. Avery Emili needs two things during this summer break at college…. Easier said than done when the college town you live in turns into a ghost town during the summer months.
A deliciously handsome young professor complete with perfectly mussed dark hair and tattoos peeking out from his dress shirt.
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