Thursday, 10 September 2015

Emphatic By Kaylee Ryan

There comes a point in your life where you have to say enough is enough. 

I wasted my college years on a guy who played with my head, played with my heart. I was blinded by the fairytale, the one that didn’t exist. 

The day I gave up on the idea of happily ever after, my focus became me. Moving forward and establishing my career. 

Until one day… 

I didn’t expect him. My new boss, a six foot two, inked rock god. I believed I was working for the record label, I was wrong. 

It’s impossible for me to keep my distance, believe me I’ve tried. He’s not who I expected him to be. He’s so much more he’s…Emphatic

I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review. 

It's taken me a while to get to Emphatic. I think I had it a week before finally picking it up. 

Logan, after finding her boyfriend cheated on her for most of their relationship finally decides to do something for herself. She wants to concentrate on her career, her work, and herself. 

When her parents gift her and her best friend Stacy a trip Hawaii, they both decide to have one last hurrah so to speak. 
The day they arrive they meet the sexy, tattooed ink god Micheal. Stacy encourages Logan to be spontaneous, to take chances. So they use their middle names, Logan becoming Paige. 
Micheal and Paige become close, and the three enjoy their holiday, but on the last day, Paige, AKA Logan, spends one last night with Micheal, and for the first time she does the walk of shame, thinking she will never see Micheal again. 


It turns out her new job waiting back at home is non other than working for a rockband. And not just any rockband. 

It turns out Micheal had the same thought and used his middle name in Hawaii, so when he arrives home after nonstop thinking about the girl who left him alone in bed, he's greeted with Paige, who is none other than Logan, the girl he just spent the seven days obsessing over. 

From then out their secret is out and instead of them getting angry that the other lied, they both actually pretty much shoved it under the rug. It was refreshing not to see that drama. 

His band mates are funny and their relationship with Logan only grows to brotherly, but when Kacen is around it turns into banter and flirting. 

It was a fun read, but I have to honestly admit and say the ending was kind of boring for me. I wanted some drama, some action with her ex boyfriend, but there was nothing at all. It really was predictable. 

That said, I still enjoyed reading the book and getting to know the characters. And I do hope we read more about them. 


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