Friday, 13 February 2015
REVIEW - This Wicked Rush (Wild Rush #1) by Jessie Evans
Release Date: 22 April 2014
“You know what I like, Caitlin. You know I want you to beg for it.”
I’ve never been the kind of person to give up on something I want. Now, I refuse to take no for an answer. I want this girl. I want to help her, and sleep with her, and steal things with her, and make her laugh the way she did right that night in her friend's car. We’re going to have a summer neither of us will ever forget, and by the time we go our separate ways, she’ll have enough money to go to college, and I will have had her…every way I want her.
I’m starting to forget why it’s a bad idea to get in any deeper with a boy who is a walking, talking contradiction. A boy who has a taste for breaking the law, a wicked way with words, and a confident touch that leaves no doubt he’s way more experienced than I am. I’ve spent my life putting aside my own needs and cleaning up after other people’s mistakes. Now, I want to make a mistake of my own.
I know I’m playing with fire, but for Gabe I'm willing to beg to be burned.
THIS WICKED RUSH is an edgy, sexy, boundary-pushing read intended for readers over the age of seventeen. The book features graphic love scenes, violence, strong language, and thieves in love. Read at your own risk.
"A steamy, high-octane love story that will have you wondering how far you'd go if you stopped playing by the rules. And may even make you want to step over the lines.” –New York Times Bestselling Author, Lauren Blakely
My Opinion 5 STARS
This book starts where the prequel leaves off and the unexpected but thrilling ride that is Caitlin and Gabe.
Both Gabe and Caitlin have forged a closer bond with their nighttime pursuits in getting justice against those who have gotten off scott free, however the past catches up with them.
This book also had me crying at the level of emotion thatches out between the two and you really find out what both of the characters are made of and how strong they really are, especially Caitlin.
The book ends on a kind of cliff hanger so I really can't wait ti see what happens next in the story.
A brilliant book.