My Review of Love and Relativity by Rachael WadeLove and Relativity by Rachael Wade
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Love, life, and happily ever after? It’s all relative.
Marine biology student Emma Pierce lives in paradise—geographically speaking, anyway. Stranded on Sanibel Island, Florida, she works at a nursing home by day and spends her nights dodging the island's infamous bad boy, Jackson Taylor, at her favorite karaoke bar. Trying to heal from the loss of her sister and a failed relationship she rerouted her life for, she's ready to graduate and finally leave Florida behind.
When a run-in with Jackson and his rowdy crew goes sour at the bar one night, sparks fly and irreversible damage is done. It’s no secret that Jackson loves to get underneath her skin, but this time he's gone too far. Now all he wants is to earn her forgiveness before she's gone for good, but their ideas of closure—and the future—are enough to keep them worlds apart.
Love and Relativity by Rachael Wade
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
This was an interesting story, but I was really into it. All the whiny why me from Emma started to grate on my nerves and if any man ever treated me the way Jackson did, I can't see me ever forgiving them. No one player will fall in love and change over night. What started out as a great story took a massive down fall towards the third part of the book. It dragged on, and each love scene took pages to get through, even I got bored, and I like the smutty parts of books. If you're looking for a feel good love story, this isn't it, it's a harsh reality (if you can even call it that). I didn't fully hate this, but I'm not in love with it. The only thing saving this book is the back up characters. Emma and Jackson I could have done without. I love that Whit is a loyal friend. Carter sounds hot. I love the complexity that each character brings to the story.
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