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Monday, 27 May 2013


*****5 Outstanding Stars*****


Slammed (Slammed, #1)

Blurb: Layken's father died suddenly, leaving her to gather every ounce of strength to be a pillar for her family, in order to prevent their world from falling apart. Now her life is taking another unexpected turn…

Layken's mother gets a job which leads to an unwanted move across country. However, a new home means new neighbours… and Layken's new neighbour is the very attractive Will Cooper.
Will has an intriguing passion for slam poetry, and a matching passion for life. The two feel an irresistible attraction but are rocked to the core when a shocking revelation brings their romance to a screeching halt.

Layken and Will must find a way to fight the forces that threaten to tear them apart… or learn to live without each other.

Oh my Suck and Sweet that was intense!
“I got schooled this yearby

A boy that I'm seriously, deeply, madly, incredibly, and undeniably in love with.
And he taught me the most important thing of all...

To put the emphasis
On life

Slammed is one of those books that, from the opening page, grabs you by the heart, twists and turns until all your hope is gone, and just when you think there is no way anything can get worse - it does. It kills you inside, making you weep tears of utter hopelessness and hurt. Then, only when you are in the depths of depression, something incredible happens.

Nope, that wasn't an unfinished sentance - something incredible does happen, I'm just waiting on you reading the book to find out what it is!!

Layken is just a young girl who has lost her father, moved halfway across the country and is trying to get her life on track when BOOM! Enter Will.

Sweet, handsome, sexy, loving, broken Will.

"I've never regretted it. Questioned it? Sure. But never regretted.

"Is there a difference?" I ask.

"Absolutely. Regret is counterproductive. It's looking back on a past that you can't change. Questioning things as they occur can prevent regret in the future. I questioned a lot about my relationship with your father. People make spontaneous decisions based off of their hearts all the time. There's so much more to relationships than just love

Coleen Hoover is an incredible writer - I'm not going to say "you should read this book". I'm TELLING you that you HAVE to read it.

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