Christmas Awards 2011

Sunday 30 April 2017


Rule by Jay Crownover

Publisher: William Morrow

October 2013

ISBN: 978-0-06-230240-3

Pages: 387

Contemporary Romance

Denver, Colorado

Shaw Landon and Rule Archer are opposites in every way. Shaw has loved Rule from the first moment she laid eyes on him. Shaw is a straight-A pre-med student and Rule should be everything she doesn’t want. He is also the only person she has never tried to please. She isn’t afraid of his wild attitude, tattoos or his scary piercings. Her heart just won’t listen though she knows Rule is wrong for her.

Rule Archer is a rebel and to him Shaw is his dead twin brother’s girl and a stuck-up perfect princess. He makes his own rules whereas she lives by other people’s rules. She may be the only person who can see the person he truly is but he doesn’t have time for a good girl like Shaw.

Spilled secrets, a short skirt and too many birthday cocktails lead to a night neither can forget. Now they need to figure out how a girl like her and a guy like him can be together without destroying each other or their love.

This is a start of a series that has some very interesting characters in it. Seeing how Shaw and Rule figure out where and how they belong makes for a story that takes the reader on a roller coaster ride that doesn’t stop until the very last page. The characters are complex and make for a book that is very hard to put down once the reader starts it. It will also have readers reaching for the next book to see what happens to the next couple and where this series will end up. This is one book that will not be forgotten and will stay with the reader long after they finish it.

I give this one 5 red roses


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