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Wait for You

Wait for You

Написано J. Lynn

Озвучено Sophie Eastlake


Wait for You

Написано J. Lynn

Озвучено Sophie Eastlake

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4.5/5 (91 оценки)
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11 hours
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Sep 3, 2013
ISBN:
9780062321992
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The #1 New York Times and USA Today bestselling phenomenon

Some things are worth waiting for . . .

Traveling thousands of miles from home to enter college is the only way nineteen-year-old Avery Morgansten can escape what happened at that fateful Halloween party five years ago—an event that forever changed her life. What she never planned on was capturing the attention of the one guy who could shatter the precarious future she's building for herself.

Some things are worth experiencing . . .

Cameron Hamilton is six feet, three inches of swoon-worthy hotness, com-plete with a pair of striking blue eyes and a remarkable ability to make Avery want things she believed had been irrevocably stolen from her. Getting involved with him is dangerous. Yet ignoring the simmering tension that sparks between them—and brings out a side of her she never knew existed—is impossible.

Some things shouldn't be kept quiet . . .

But when Avery starts receiving threatening e-mails and phone calls, she's forced to face a past she wants to keep buried and acknowledge that someone is refusing to allow her to let go of that night when everything changed. If the devastating truth comes out, will she resurface with one less scar? And will Cam be there to help her?

And some things are worth fighting for . . .

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Jennifer L Armentrout, also known as J Lynn, is the USA TODAY bestselling author of the Lux and Gamble Brothers series. She is also the author of the award-winning Covenant series. She writes young adult fiction and adult fiction. When she’s not busy writing, which is almost next to never, she can be found procrastinating on Twitter or messing with her dog Loki. She lives with her husband in West Virginia and is addicted to 5 Hour Energy Drinks.

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  • (5/5)
    I have been collecting this series forever, and just never grabbed for it. I am not sure why as I love JLA! I decided to start and now I am not sure if I can stop! I absolutely loved this! I just love Cam! He says he is not a good guy, but that is all he is too Avery. I absolutely loved him and I loved the relationship between the two. I loved how even though they meet within the first few pages, their relationship was still slow to develop. It was not too insta-lovey.This does have triggers for rape and self-harming behaviors. I do not know what else to say but that I need the second book now!
  • (5/5)
    Oh. My. God. Why the hell did it take me so long to read this? I've devoured everything written by JLA (If you don't know, that means Jennifer L. Armentrout)but I'm now just beginning to slowly consume her J. Lynn's stuff. And now I'm thinking that I'm might just be moving a bit too slow. I should know better. JLA is a master storyteller and her J. Lynn books would be no different. This, this book was amazing. I love Cam and Avery. I did not once get that depressed feeling you get from other New Adult books, I did cry my eyes out at certain parts but it was sad and touching in a fantastic storytelling kind of way, not depressing. I also laughed out loud, gasped, and swooned. Oh the swoon. Cam sounds dreamy and he's a sweetheart and one hellava male lead.

    Whoa there Ms. Armentrout, now I have to take a cold shower. This story was so freaking hot, a lot of the book was the sexual tension between Cam and Avery and the tension was so (I wanna say freaking every other word) tangible you could grab it and wrap yourself in it. This tension between them really propelled the story and made it so good, so dreamy, so freaking hot.

    Okay, I'm gonna cool it on the fangirling of Ms. Armentrout a bit and talk a smidge about the story. The topic of this story was a tough one and I like how it was weaved into such an epic love story and not make it seem trite. Avery was recovering or trying to recover from a bad experience from her past and she was all alone with no support but when she literally ran into Cameron her life changed. Meeting Cam made her want to truly heal so she can truly live. I could see how her friendship and blossoming romance with Cam made her strong to take the steps she needed to take for her recovery. Abuse is always hard to recover from and the development of the story made Avery's progression believable.

    I loved the dynamic between the characters in the story. The cast of characters was the perfect back drop to Cam and Avery's love story. Their interactions added a lot to the book. I love Jacob, I thought he was a trip and hope to see more of him. Would love to one day maybe see his own HEA. Brit and Ollie were great but don't know much about them on that deeper level yet. Maybe I'll find out soon? But Raphael was my favorite, wish he was in the story more. LOL.

    I truly enjoyed this book. When I start reading Ms. Armentrout's books I seem to just crawl inside them and get completely lost in her worlds. Whether from reality or supernatural, her writing has this relatability (is that a word? Oh well.)to it. I feel I know her characters on a personal level and I get invested in their life and so consumed with seeing them get a happy ending. This was a great book I should have read a long time ago.
  • (3/5)
    I think I like "new adult" only slightly more than "young adult." I think I am just too old to really identify, even if there is actual sex in them. There was a whole lot of internal monologue in this, which is really not my thing. But the author did a great job at mapping out the effects of sexual assault, and I appreciated that. Kind of a heavy read, which I wasn't really prepared for, but very good.
  • (5/5)
    I loved this book!
    This book reminded me of My Favorite Mistake & Beautiful Disaster.

    It was emotional, romantic, & charming with an excellent storyline.



    Avery has been through a life changing event and had the support of no one through it. When it comes to college she wants to get as far away as possible.



    On her first day of classes she runs into a guy, but not just some random guy.... The hottest guy - Cameron Hamilton. She is instantly consumed by thoughts of him, but little does she know he also has secrets from his past.



    Together they embark on a heartfelt, emotional romance.



    This book is a page turner. I couldn't put it down once I started.

    The characters made this book awesome. Their personalities really shined through and their relationship was one of a kind.



    I highly recommend this book!
  • (4/5)
    Wait for you is one of the few books that i actually enjoyed and couldn't put down until i was satisfied to read as much as i could in a sitting, which meant reading it from start to finish. With a range of characters that you fall in love with, the main ones and the secondaries, a diversity of personalities, a strong plot and a writing style that so vividly builds images in your mind, you easily get hooked to the book. One thing that i personally look for in a book, to be one of my favorites, is that it needs to have a strong willed female lead and i was not disappointed to have read Avery Morgansten's story. And another plus side to the story was that the male lead was infact truly swoon-worthy, not the typical popular-not-a-very-nice-person-but-heroine-loves-him kind but an actually nice, kind-hearted person. You fall in love with him through two prospects, Avery's and then your own. But of course my favorite character was Raphael, and i was always happy to see glimpses of him through out the book. An all in all amazing book, and i recommend it to my fellow romance readers, because it is truly recommendation worthy.
  • (2/5)
    I do like new adult books but I thought this one was a little lacking. There wasn't enough sex, it was predictable, and the guy was faar too perfect. A shy, naive, scared 19 year old flees from Texas to attend college on the east coast far away from her family and the reputation she had at high school. Eager to start fresh she wants to blend in and try to be normal. Then she meets Cam and everything is turned upside down. not bad but not great.
  • (5/5)
    I thought this book was great. It took me by surprise with how Avery didn’t give in so easily to Cam and that’s one thing I love about a good romance novel. I almost wish there was another book to follow up on these characters, maybe even one from Cam’s POV.
  • (4/5)
    I sat down one afternoon and picked up this book expecting to read a nice, sexy little romance story and instead I got this - a serious, sexy romance with lots of feelings. I absolutely loved this book. It reminded me a lot of Easy by Tammara Webber and that's the book I measure all new adult romances by (it's my favorite). As a matter of fact, I've told a couple of friends that if they loved Easy, they'll love this book. I could gush on about how great this story is but, really, you just need to read it.
  • (3/5)
    I liked this book pretty much until the last few chapters. I loved how she came and took back a lot and was learning to heal. However, the end with the confrontation from the other girl made me feel sick in so many different ways. It didn’t add to the story line really. It just added this character who was angry and upset and volatile and spewed so much hate. Of course she was hurting. But There was nothing redemptive about her...even the character going Avery having the breakthrough wasn’t due to this character. Honestly that portion alone can be very unsettling. Definitely needs a redemptive spin otherwise it leaves a really bitter taste. Really disappointed with the end of the book. 3 stars for the beginning.
  • (1/5)
    I just couldn't get into it. The characters didn't seem consistent and I dislike guys who call girls they don't know 'sweetheart'.
  • (3/5)
    Cam is pretty much perfect. I would have rated this higher just because of how awesome he was, but the editing was atrocious. Detracted from the experience.
  • (4/5)
    Avery Morgansten didn't move thousands of miles from home to go a prestigious college like most rich kids or even move for a big chance at a career. She moved for a fresh start, to a small town and a small college to start over and get away from the drama that was her life. Its refreshing to be in a place where nobody knows the rumors, nobody judges and nobody bothers her.Avery never thought in a million years a beautiful boy with bright blue eyes would change her life, would make her fall in love and feel things she never expected. Things she thought died years ago.....Cameron Hamilton is alluring, gorgeous and one the most eligible bachelors at school, meeting him is the most unexpected and thrilling thing that's ever happened to Avery, but shes scared, scared of relationships and scared of being hurt.Only the town and the parents Avery left behind know about the "incident" that happened when Avery was fourteen, the secrets and rumors that followed her throughout highschool and the devastation that followed after. To them Avery was flawed and weak, a girl who lied and ran away, but to Cam, Avery is a breath of fresh air, he wants her and is willing to wait, go at her pace but doesn't know how long he can wait if she wont trust him. There is no moving forward when no trust is in the relationship and those are darts that keep stalling them. Avery craves Cam's friendship and the intimacy he offers but between her shame, her fear and the secrets shes still hiding not even the overwhelming desire she feels can bring her to move out of the past.(Pinterest)I had so much fun reading this book, I absolutely adored Avery and Cam's friends to lovers relationship and had tons of laugh out loud moments reading their banter and the development of each layer that progressed the couple closer. It was sizzling where it needed to be and authentic and real at the most crucial times. I think what I appreciated the most about the writing was the moving portrayal of Avery's character growth- she went from scared and isolated to working through her grief and fear without the use of the hot male or other characters. Cam and the sidekick of friends of course created desire and longing in Avery to have the normal and gave her a push in the right direction, but I loved that she came to terms with her sexuality on her own and experienced her evolving emotions by taking things at her own pace especially in the sex department with and without Cam. Lynn-aka Jennifer Armentrouts female characters never fail to be independent, endearing young women.This book made me so happy I wanted to stand up and reenact the scenes, doing both Cam and Avery's parts. I was excited, shocked, gaspy, swoony and loved every minute of this romantic, sexy and empowering story.
  • (4/5)
    I loved Wait for You. The characters are likeable and sincere. Cam is golden. He's so sweet and caring but super masculine and sexy. He's protective and affectionate and fun. I love his pursuit of Avery. He's a dreamy charmer. I liked Avery too. She is witty, independent and relatable. Her nerves are endearing.I really liked the story's pacing and progression of their physical relationship. It's truthful. Especially when Avery is alone with her burning thoughts. When Cam and Avery do get together there is a lovely trust between them. It's explosively passionate, emotional and scorching hot. He is a barely leashed lion. And a gentleman too! Sigh.... Avery discovers pleasure in exploring and is slowly freed from her fear and inhibitions.
  • (5/5)
    HOLY MOTHER OF SWOON.. aka JLA, has done it again!!

    So I've gone back and fourth on the rating for this book 4 then 5 and back again. Why? Because the story line is similar to another currently popular NA book (which I'm not going to name because I like them both). After sleeping on it I decided to go with a five star, its not as dark, its funny, the hot scenes are ERMAGERD hot, and the main character isn't as whiny. It's also out of this world swoonworthy and angsty.

    Cover and Writing
    I love the cover. I would've bought this book even if it weren't written by JLA. The writing is Jennifer's usual snarky, kickass, and hilarious. My only complaint, is that pick (almost) any scene from this book and it would fit into the Lux series or the Covenant series. The problem with that.. none really. But I just want to see a different heroine from her. But seriously that is a minute complaint.. very tiny.

    Main Character
    Avery.. what's to say about her.. she was damaged but is healing, or so she thinks. She ran from her problems in Texas, hoping to start a new, trouble free life far away from home. She's not an easy friend to have, because of her reluctance to let her past catch up to her. I can relate to her character.. but there is one scene I would like to smack her to get the truth out. But all unfolds in due time, and Avery finds her way to happiness.

    Swoonworthy Points: 8.5
    Shame on JLA for.. there's a lot of teasing going on in this book. Excluding the oh-so-sexy 'love' scenes, there is no freaking way you couldn't fall for Cam. Sexy.. check; Funny.. check; Cocky.. check; devoted, sweet, caring, patient, perfect.. CHECK. There isn't a thing I would change about it.

    And for Pete's sake Jennifer, what is it with the Cookies?! First Daemon and now Cameron. And I don't care what it stood for, but yes I would totally eat Cameron's cookies ;-) I gain ten pounds just thinking about them.. cookies that is.

    If you like Jennifer Armentrout's writing, contemporary romance, or steamy addictive reads then this is the book for you!!
  • (3/5)
    I am a big fan of the Lux series written by Jennifer Armentrout so I was very excited to read this book. I liked it okay but was a little disappointed overall. What I do enjoy about her books, including this one, are the likable characters and the great dialogue. I also liked how the relationship between Avery and Cam was built up over several months. What I found disappointing were the definite similarities between this book and others in the genre. The damaged girl with a secret, the gorgeous player who fights, the meaningful tattoo, etc... While, I did enjoy reading it, I just felt it had been done too many times before.
  • (5/5)
    This book had me laughing and crying and just loving the characters! By far my most favorite book to date. I have reread this book so many times and still can feel like I am there with them. It's a must read!
  • (4/5)
    I read this one through in pretty much one sitting, once I got going. Avery was pretty broken when this book started, and it really took her a long time before any growth was seen. Cam was a total dream, he was kind and caring, flirty and funny, and most of all, very patient with Avery and her issues. Not exactly "you my woman!" alpha, I could read about guys like Cam every day. We don't get enough gorgeous regular guys in our books, they always have to be some kind of alpha male bad ass, or just plain bad boy with a heart of gold buried deep inside.

    I almost lost patience with Avery a few times. I know she had her issues. I understood that, I got where they came from, and god, did she have every right. But after a while, I just wanted her to stop and realize that Cam of all people would NEVER judge her like everyone she used to know did. I wanted to cheer when she finally woke up and told him everything.

    This was my first book by this author. It did have a few editing issues, wrong words used here and there, but not enough to really drag me out of the story. I guess these days, a read with so few errors is actually a very good thing. I will be checking out more by this author though, and soon.
  • (4/5)
    This is a round up from 3.5 stars.
    I LOVE JLA's writing. I do. And she's a fantastic storyteller. I've read her Gamble Brothers and Lux books and I'm honestly surprised by this release.

    I loved Cameron. He is drop dead gorgeous, he's persistent, he's funny, charming, sweet, smart. He has his own little demon that he's dealt with, and he is very much in love with Avery, that's pretty much clear from the get go of their relationship.

    I even loved Avery. She's been through hell, she has had no support and she is young and naive. But she's quite strong to have made it to a point where she distanced herself from her damaging past, and with Cameron's help, and her two best friends, Jacob and Brittany, she slowly finds herself and heals.

    The story is sweet, swoony, romantic, a little angsty, just what a good new adult novel should be. Except for the typos (quite many) and the grammatical mistakes. Their/They're confusion? That's not J. Lynn typically.

    I still recommend anyone who enjoys J.Lynn/JL Armentraut's writing to read it, but I also recommend that the publisher prints no more copies before a serious proofreading and fixing all the silly beginner's typos and grammar errors. JLA is not a self published beginner. She deserves more.
  • (4/5)
    I've seen some really negative reviews of this book, but I don't really understand why. Sure, it isn't perfect, but it is really good. It is definitely worthy of more than one or two stars.The characters are complex. The background of what Avery is going through is fully developed. It is easy to empathize with most of the characters, with the exception of Avery's mom.The worst part of the whole book for me was that the writer seemed to not understand that rape doesn't take away a person's virginity. I know a lot of people are uninformed about that, but sexual assault, abuse, and rape do not make a person a non-virgin. They are acts of abuse and power that just happen to be done in a sexual manner. They are ways of objectifying a victim. Being raped is no more of a way to lose one's virginity than being drowned is of making a person a fish. And it seemed that different types of assaults were labelled as being better or worse than others, i.e. that Avery's rape would have been morally different if it had been via a different method. That was rather alarming. Being violated and abused is different for every single person.Other than that, I enjoyed the story quite a bit. It had an unusual setup, and but it was pretty good. I hope the next book in this series is an improvement, but I'll probably enjoy it even if it stays at the same level.
  • (3/5)
    After reading and absolutely LOVING Frigid, this was an auto buy for me. I just knew that I would love this one just as much. Unfortunately that wasn't the case. Although I did indeed like it, it just didn't tickle my fancy quite like Frigid. Everything I loved about a Jennifer Armentrout book was there (swoony boy, smexy times, and some kind of mischief), but it was something that made me just shrug my shoulders over the whole thing. And I'm thinking it was the characters. Let me rephrase that.... Character. From the beginning it was obvious that Avery was hurt by something back in the day. But the fact that it happened five years ago and she moved away was still holding on to something... Like geez, you moved so many states away, try to live a little and have fun. I hated how it seemed like she was letting the guy that hurt her take over her life. That's a big thing we need to teach girls. Even if something like that happens, don't be afraid to start over and live. Avery missed out on a lot from being so scared. But for Cam, I loved him from the very beginning. He was always a genuine, honest person who I could tell loved her from the start. And he was beyond perfect. He had Raphael and he had obviously read Harry Potter. And as for her best friends, I loved Jacob the most. He was super funny and alot of the times said things that I was actually thinking. With the romance, it was good, but it wasn't what I was expecting. This one has a lot more tension and only a little smexy times. (Can you tell how disappointed by this I was lol) But it was still very sweet and seemed very real. And the smexy times definitely were SMEXY! (HELLOOO shower scene lol) I loved the Thanksgiving scene when it showed that Avery was beginning to lose her hard shell. And as the book went on, I was happy to see that Cam lost his shell as well and told his own story. Now with the story line, I wasn't that impressed. I would have loved to see more of her where she was back to her normal self. At least to get back in some dance classes. But only because I hated seeing her as someone who got their life ruined by another person. Especially since that person abused her. As I said in one of my updates, I felt like the whole time she was forgetting to live.He took something special from her but not her life and that's something to not give up hope for. I just felt like it was sending the wrong message. Don't stay quiet, stand up and fight back. But in the end, J. Lynn is one of my favorite authors and although this wasn't my favorite work by her, I still enjoyed it.
  • (5/5)
    I absolutely loved this book, amazing story, great background for the characters, loved seeing them go through everything together.
  • (3/5)
    3.5 stars
    This was my first NA and I quite enjoyed it. I thought the whole college setting wouldn't be my thing but I liked it. Cam was such a loveable and sweet hero!

    Major drawback: So many typos! Got on my nerves.
  • (4/5)
    This was a very good read! I couldn't put the book down, ended up reading it all in one night. No sleep for me!

    I liked the book a lot, the characters were all very believable, and the story didn't have all the devastation and utter turmoil that many books use to keep the reader emotionally involved. It wasn't boring, and it didn't make me want to pull my hair out. I liked that!!

    The heroine was a bit of an idiot for some of the book, but it was very in keeping with the character! And, the end was a bit lame-ish. But, over all, no real complaints.

    I especially liked the time-frame, so much better than the insta-love books!! It spanned a realistic amount of time before the characters were talking love. And even the professions of love weren't over the top and annoyingly intense. They were honest sounding, realistic, totally believable, and this is one of the first books I've read in a long time that didn't make me wanna barf at the professions of ever enduring instant love.

    A good read!
  • (5/5)
    Oh. My. God. Why the hell did it take me so long to read this? I've devoured everything written by JLA (If you don't know, that means Jennifer L. Armentrout)but I'm now just beginning to slowly consume her J. Lynn's stuff. And now I'm thinking that I'm might just be moving a bit too slow. I should know better. JLA is a master storyteller and her J. Lynn books would be no different. This, this book was amazing. I love Cam and Avery. I did not once get that depressed feeling you get from other New Adult books, I did cry my eyes out at certain parts but it was sad and touching in a fantastic storytelling kind of way, not depressing. I also laughed out loud, gasped, and swooned. Oh the swoon. Cam sounds dreamy and he's a sweetheart and one hellava male lead.

    Whoa there Ms. Armentrout, now I have to take a cold shower. This story was so freaking hot, a lot of the book was the sexual tension between Cam and Avery and the tension was so (I wanna say freaking every other word) tangible you could grab it and wrap yourself in it. This tension between them really propelled the story and made it so good, so dreamy, so freaking hot.

    Okay, I'm gonna cool it on the fangirling of Ms. Armentrout a bit and talk a smidge about the story. The topic of this story was a tough one and I like how it was weaved into such an epic love story and not make it seem trite. Avery was recovering or trying to recover from a bad experience from her past and she was all alone with no support but when she literally ran into Cameron her life changed. Meeting Cam made her want to truly heal so she can truly live. I could see how her friendship and blossoming romance with Cam made her strong to take the steps she needed to take for her recovery. Abuse is always hard to recover from and the development of the story made Avery's progression believable.

    I loved the dynamic between the characters in the story. The cast of characters was the perfect back drop to Cam and Avery's love story. Their interactions added a lot to the book. I love Jacob, I thought he was a trip and hope to see more of him. Would love to one day maybe see his own HEA. Brit and Ollie were great but don't know much about them on that deeper level yet. Maybe I'll find out soon? But Raphael was my favorite, wish he was in the story more. LOL.

    I truly enjoyed this book. When I start reading Ms. Armentrout's books I seem to just crawl inside them and get completely lost in her worlds. Whether from reality or supernatural, her writing has this relatability (is that a word? Oh well.)to it. I feel I know her characters on a personal level and I get invested in their life and so consumed with seeing them get a happy ending. This was a great book I should have read a long time ago.
  • (5/5)
    Jennifer Armentrout did it again. I mean one minute I'm on page 10, the next I'm on page 100! She sucks me into her stories every, single time and I'm mesmerized by her brilliant storytelling. Cam is the guy every woman wants to snag. Yes, he's got baggage, but not so much that he's a jerk or Avery is trying to change him. THIS is why I love Wait for You and I can't wait to read the next book in the series!
  • (5/5)
    Have Mercy, Cam! No man should be that amazing. It should be illegal. Yet, he is. He is that and a bag of chips.

    Avery has the parents from hell who didn't support her at a time when anyone with a soul would have. Ergo, her parents have no souls. I want to kick them in the shins and scream "You know why!"
    So, Avery leaves and goes away to college to get away from the soulless monsters and try to rebuild her life on her own terms.

    On her first day of class Avery literally runs into Cam and fate has it's way with her. He is what she needs and she is what he wants. It isn't insta-love at all. It's heartachingly real. Avery can't be honest about her past and Cam needs her to trust him. The ups and downs are so real I found myself close to tears a few times. I just wanted Avery to be healed and admit that Cam was good for her.

    Through it all, Cam is a saint. He is patient, kind, respectful...everything she needed and deserved. I just want to eat him up with a spoon!

    I loved everything about their story and honestly was crushed when it ended. I wanted more!
  • (4/5)
    4.5 stars Almost seemed unfinished to me but loved it anyway.
  • (5/5)
    So glad this was my first NA. Really liked it and absolutely loved cam
  • (5/5)
    i really liked!
  • (2/5)
    Note: This book is for MATURE readers.

    For a JLA book, I think Wait For You was rather weak. I actually have come to expect a very high quality of writing from her, but this book floored it. I'm disappointed, to be honest.

    Here is a list of the things I didn't like:
    1. There were lots of errors, misspellings, punctuation missing... It needs a lot of editing.
    2. The storyline was weak. I was expecting something major happening, but was disappointed that my expectations went to the wind. *SPOILER* I wasn't expecting the messages Avery received to be from another victim. This simplified the plot way too much. I totally expected a psycho stalker, and if that had been the case, the story would've turned out much better. *END OF SPOILER*
    3. The story was too cliche for my liking. Jamie Maguire seemed to start this trend, and for her book it worked out because it was the first one. But all the books I've read recently in this genre are so similar to Beautiful Disaster, it's not even funny. It's getting not only boring, but annoying also. Perhaps the only exception remains Abbi Glines. She at least shows some creativity. Anyway, the story of the college girl accidentally bumping into a hot college guy the first day of classes and them falling for each other shortly after is sort of worn out. And I'm positive this isn't just my opinion. It's getting old.
    4. I wasn't expecting that what Avery had gone through was what it came out in the end. I sort of snorted when I read what had happened to her. Not to minimize the hurt and affliction that had cost her, but seriously? I'm inclined to think that what I'd assumed had happened is more damaging than what actually happened.
    5. Umm, Avery's friends seemed to be sex-crazed freaks. Nothing seemed to excite, interest or impress them if it weren't connected to sex. The guy, Jacob, was described as a sex-depraved guy. He sounded ridiculous most of the time, and I felt embarrassed. Honestly. And the girl, Brittany, was in my opinion, a slut. Fully contented with one-night stands with drunk guys. You got a better word for it, cuz I certainly don't.
    6. The several sex scenes were good enough. What I have reservations about and certainly do not agree with is self-satisfaction. I realize that people out there do that sort of thing but it totally grosses me out. So yeah.
    7. Oh, and I don't get why everyone seems to believe that characters (both male and female) should use cuss words in every sentence when they speak. It's disgusting, really. Does no one has a sense of manners and finesse nowadays?

    What I liked about the book:
    Well, perhaps the only thing that I liked was the depth of the main characters - Cam and Avery. They had their own stories that made them act the way they did. Of course every action had its consequences. I liked how Cam was caring and romantic and persistent. I liked how he didn't just up and bow down to Avery and become her slave or something.
    That's about it though.