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Rush Too Far by [Glines, Abbi]
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About the Author

Abbi Glines is the author of bestselling series like The Vincent Boys, SeaBreeze and Too Far all of which have had titles on the NYT bestseller list. A devoted booklover, Abbi lives with her family in Alabama. She maintains a Twitter addiction at @abbiglines and can also be found at AbbiGlines.com.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 860 KB
  • Print Length: 257 pages
  • Publisher: Simon & Schuster UK (6 May 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00H5Q2YNS
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars 375 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #36,145 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Firstly I'd like to say that I loved fallen to far, it was brilliant and I was so looking forward to this one. I ended up reading this book in little over 3 hours it just didn't get going for me the Blaire just gave into rush considering how book one ended I wanted to see more fight from her to resist him and more from him to win back her trust! Without putting up spoilers I'd have kicked his ass for what happened towards the end of the book the way he treated her was shocking! She forgave him just like that! And then the book just ended! I feel that the book should have been one not two books! I really enjoy this author and was so disappointed with the size and content and now were getting a 3 rd book! And I really am angry about that! I don't know if I will read the 3rd book on principle maybe my curiosity will get the better of me! Not worth the 3.99 price tag that's for sure!
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i liked this book but it was way too short and felt rushed in places. stupid ridiculous relationship-ending misunderstandings were sorted out in the turn of a page and they were in bed again by the end of the paragraph and the book stopped so abruptly without ending properly. i feel the author was lazy with this book and maybe decided she could fob us off with half a story in 200 pages and make loads more money out of a third book. i would read a third book but only if it was nearer to 300 pages to make up for this one which i dont thimk was worth the money i paid.
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I'm speechless! I have read this book in one day. Abbi is an amazing writer. Rush too far is a 5* read and has left me wanting to read the rest of the series from Rush's POV. Thank you Abbi for writing this book, I know it wasn't planned but you have just made your fans very happy.
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This book lived up to all my expectations, and I have a feeling this series or at least the Rush, Blaire part of this series is going to be a very quick read for me given that I’ve read the first two books in just more than a day.

The main characters in this book are again the same as in book one, Rush and Blaire. At the start of this book Rush and Blaire are dealing with the fallout from the previous book where they end by breaking up. Blaire is back living in her home town and Rush is seriously struggling with being away from her; but of course with friends like Bethy Blaire can’t stay away for long. She returns with a secret that she wants to keep from Rush and while the two start up their relationship there is no hiding the truth.

The secondary characters are pretty much the same as in the last book, Wood, Grant and Bethy. Wood in this book is a really great friend to Blaire and looks after her even when Rush can’t and even though Rush doesn’t like it. Grant is trying to be a brother to Rush but really he’s just glad that Blaire is back in Rush’s life and hoping that it will stop him from being mopey. Bethy is in best friend ‘I’ll kick your arse if he hurts you’ mode with Rush and Blaire for the most of this book.

The storyline is not as interesting as the first book in the series but I feel like this was a great book for building the story up and for character developments which there was a lot of. The pacing was good and yet again it ended being open ended, not as much of a cliff- hanger in the first one, just an unanswered ending so I will be starting the next book in the series very soon, like tonight / tomorrow.

4.5 stars, I am loving this series.
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I really enjoy this author and have been waiting for this book to come out. To be honest, it is no way as good as the first book, and it not up to Ms Glines usual standard of editing or story telling. Firstly it is far to short just over 200 pages- It seemed to finish before the story even got going. The big reveal from Blair's dad, just kinda happened with no real build up. Secondly Blair seems to have changed from the fiesty independent girl in the first book to a girl who is sitting at home knocked up like a good little woman waiting for Rush to bother to contact her/return home. Seriously no one wants to read about weak women and why the complete character change?

I dont like to say it but, this book has the hallmarks of a series filler, rushed out to keep the masses happy.

Having said the above I will read the next installment as I really do like the authors work
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Oh how I still love Rush!

I thought he was sweet before when the love story between Blaire and Rush was told in Blaine's POV but hearing it from his side you get to realise how much he actually thought about her! We didn't quite get what he was feeling, even when he told Blaire his side when they were talking!

We got more than just his POV we got other parts of the story we missed in Blaine's POV as we just didnt see them, the start of the meeting between her father and Rush's mom.

Nan is still a totally spoilt brat, and had Rush wrapped around her little finger bigtime, and even Grant was the same, she always got what she wanted, low and behold who got in her way! Cant wait to see Rush's POV with what happens in the other two books, hopefully we are getting them in his POV too!

The story is intensified with the other parts that were going on, we certainly get a bigger picture! I had lumps in my throat on more than one occasion, he really did has strong feelings for her! Oh my the hotel scene, from Rush POV WOW just WOW.

So glad you were able to get into Rush's head to give us this great book.
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