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ABANDON ALL HOPE (Rocking Romance series Book 2) Kindle Edition
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So Hope and Chase are together in high school and after someone who has lied to Hope before LIES to her again with some ridiculous story about Chase, Hope runs off?? Never asking him about it at all? Really? Then they meet again and it takes like over half the book for them to talk about it? Meanwhile Hope has a boyfriend who loves her but she barely thinks about him and pretty much leads both of them on because she is soooo confused? Give me a break! Then, really this boring story should just stop but it doesn't, the author apparently decided to throw in some crazy story about the mafia and Hope thinks she should seduce the mafia guy to get her big break? Sorry, she is NOT a likable character at all. Then Chase saves her from a gun battle.... Wtf? How does thus even belong? Why is it even in the book?
Hope is selfish and self righteous and just plain stupid. Don't bother reading this, you have better things to spend your money on.
Find out in Abandon All Hope which comes from a title of one of Chase's first songs - by MJ Schiller - another Rocking Romance filled with Journalists and RockStars and despite the cover looking like a YA novel, this series is more aimed for the NA to Adult crowd.
I loved this book. I read it in one setting.
Childhood sweethearts Chase Hatton and Hope Creswell take us on a journey of first love and first heartbreak. After eight years of separation they are drawn back together and have to make a choice to make it work or not. Chase is a big Rockstar and Hope has a mediocre job as a Journalist. Hope has trust issues with Chase and must work through them. Chase is reluctant at first to have a relationship with Hope but when fate has a say in the matter sparks fly.
As with other MJ books she gives us the gamut of emotions; love, laughter, tears, and heartbreak. The sexual tension between the two characters is intense. The angst factor is high and had me wanting to throttle both characters or jump in and referee. The mystery in this story comes late in the book and is not as intense as other books by MJ but it fits well. The whole aspect of the mystery brings the couple closer together. I loved with this story it is more focused on the couple and how they work through their relationship. One of my favorite scenes in the book is the 2nd prom. (I won’t say anymore I don’t want to ruin it for any one, but SWOON!) You will have to read it for yourself.
I am in love with the Epilogue of this book. Who wouldn’t want a Chase as their man? This book is a standalone with a HEA. I will be recommending this book to everyone. Read it you will not be disappointed.
Hope wasn’t just an old flame; she was the only one to have ever lit his fire at all.
“Then just talk to me. Tell me how much you love me.” She smiled. “I do love you Chase. I love the way you make me laugh. I love the way I feel with you. It’s like I’ve found my home.” She closed her eyes. “I love the way you look at me. And the way you touch me. Chase?”
“Hope Alexis Creswell.” He looked steadily into her eyes. “I’ve loved you since the day I met you, actually since the minute I laid eyes on you. And with each day I’ve spent with you, I’ve grown to love you more.” “I want to love you forever, to be forever lost in your eyes. You’ve stolen my heart.”
“Give me your heart, and make me whole again.”
The only redeeming quality in this book was the Epilogue. Even that, it went suddenly from Hope being pregnant with their first child to their having four kids. We don't even know how old their twins are and suddenly one of them can talk. This book to me is like doing 'hop, step and jump'. Very confusing. The plots were not developed well enough. I also don't feel the connection between Chase and Hope that well. **Tsk tsk**