Friday, March 6, 2015

Need by K.I. Lynn and N. Isabelle Blanco

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***I received an Advance Reader Copy of this book free from the publisher in exchange for a review. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”***

I LOVED THIS BOOK! Finally a new adult book with a female character willing to stand her ground. I cannot even express how happy I was that Kira didn’t give in to Brayden after all the crap he put her through. I’ve read too many New Adult books where the lead female character watches her man screw around and after one apology forgives everything. While I hope Brayden and Kira find a way to work it out I am just so glad that Kira doesn’t let anyone walk all over her. I am very excited for book #2! 

I also want to mention that this book was beautifully written. The emotions were so strong it felt like I was right there watching it happen. I also want to point out that I almost didn't read the book because the cover design annoys me. It kind of makes it look like a trashy novel. If anyone else is considering not reading this book because of the cover I highly recommend that you look past that and pick it up anyway!

I give this book 4 out of 5 stars (the only thing holding me back from 5 stars is that I felt some parts skipped ahead to fast and felt a little rushed)

Sometimes love happens at first sight, even when you’re at an age where you can’t comprehend what it means.

It was just a crush. They were only kids, after all. But what happens when that feeling never goes away?

Brayden and Kira have been neighbors for years, and best friends since they met. They have a connection that is evident to many, and it’s haunted them their whole lives.

Teenage hormones rage, turning their friendship into something neither can handle. The attraction is carnal, all-consuming, and it seems like it’s only a matter of time before Brayden loses control.

Everything slams to a halt when their single parents decide to get remarried . . . to each other. Bad decisions and broken friendships make living across the hall from the one person you want above all difficult. Luckily for Brayden, it’s only for a few months before he’s off to college in another state, leaving Kira to face high school alone.

Brayden tries to stay away, to forget her, but it’s an impossible task he fails at time and time again. Kira is morphing from a sexy teenager to an irresistible woman, one that knows what she wants and seems hell-bent on getting it.

As Kira’s eighteenth birthday approaches, Brayden has a decision to make. Does he keep running away from the thing he wants the most or does he run toward it?

Is it possible to ever be happy without the one person you need?

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