Paperback: 207 pages
Series: Fallen Too Far
1. Fallen Too Far
2. Never Too Far (26/2/2013)
To want what you’re not supposed to have…
She is only nineteen.
She is his new stepfather’s daughter.
She is still naïve and innocent due to spending the last three years taking care of her sick mother.
But for twenty-four year old Rush Finlay, she is the only thing that has ever been off limits. His famous father’s guilt money, his mother’s desperation to win his love, and his charm are the three reasons he has never been told no.
Blaire Wynn left her small farmhouse in Alabama, after her mother passed away, to move in with her father and his new wife in their sprawling beach house along the Florida gulf coast. She isn’t prepared for the lifestyle change and she knows she’ll never fit into this world. Then there is her sexy stepbrother who her father leaves her with for the summer while he runs off to Paris with his wife. Rush is as spoiled as he is gorgeous. He is also getting under her skin. She knows he is anything but good for her and that he’ll never be faithful to anyone. He is jaded and has secrets Blaire knows she may never uncover but even knowing all of that…
Blaire just may have fallen too far.
My Rating:book before. I didn't like it but decided since this wasn't the same series and sounded pretty good, I'd read it. What a big mistake that was. Something that really bugged me was the amount of editing mistakes in this. Missing and misplaced punctuation marks, spelling errors and sentences that make no sens. This book needs a better editor!
This book starts off with Blaire getting to her dad's house and finding out that she has a stepbrother and this stepbrother doesn't know that her dad let her move in for a while. Her new stepbrother promptly kicks her out (what a jerk) and then changes his mind and has her sleeping under the stairs like she's the new Harry Potter. He tells her she has one month to get enough money to move out and Blaire - she acts so grateful! She should've gone to Rush's friend/brother Grant, who'd offered her a room at his place. Rush is a massive asshole and he always talks to Blaire in this smug, condescending way until he suddenly decides that he's really into her.
This romance thing between Rush and Blaire also confused the hell out of me. Rush didn't show any attraction to her whatsoever and he tells she has to stay away from him and that she doesn't want to know him and then suddenly he's so into her and he's jealous that she gets flirted with at her job. This guy. This fucking guy. He tells her that he wants her but can't have her because he doesn't want to mess her up. Girls, if a guy says this to you, then it's a good idea to stay the hell away from him! What. The. Hell. I can't believe this hot mess of a book has an almost 4.5 star rating on GoodReads.
There's also a secret that Rush and everyone in town is harbouring and it greatly concerns Blaire and Rush's bitch of a sister, Nanette. But does anyone tell her? Nope. "It's Nan's story to tell" she's told. Because Nan likes Blaire enough to tell her. Not. And Rush, knowing how huge this is, doesn't bother telling Blaire. Selfish little prick.
My verdict: Not worth the $4 I paid for this book. The romance was shaky at best, Blaire was a complete doormat who was clueless and the lead male was a dickbag who I can't believe readers think is so amazeballs. YES, he's hot (as Blaire points out every time she sees him) but a guy who is that much of a douchebag isn't worth falling for.