After a summer grounded from technology, Bayleigh is back home and rebuilding her relationship with her mother. Her boyfriend Jace keeps his promise and stays in Texas, where he works at a local motocross track.
Knowing her relationship with Jace is something special and not like all the guys before him, Bayleigh is determined to keep their love strong, despite his notorious fame in the motocross world and the dozens of girls throwing themselves at him in his new job.
Note: This book may contain language and suggestive situations that aren’t suitable for younger readers.
Amy Sparling is the bestselling author of books for teens and the teens at heart. She lives on the coast of Texas with her family, her spoiled rotten pets, and a huge pile of books. She graduated with a degree in English and has worked at a bookstore, coffee shop, and a fashion boutique. Her fashion skills aren’t the best, but luckily she turned her love of coffee and books into a writing career that means she can work in her pajamas. Her favorite things are coffee, book boyfriends, and Netflix binges.
She’s always loved reading books from R. L. Stine’s Fear Street series, to The Baby Sitter’s Club series by Ann, Martin, and of course, Twilight. She started writing her own books in 2010 and now publishes several books a year.
Plot Summary & Review
So, is it just me or do others find Bayleigh annoying? This whole story is about her phone and being jealous of all the girls Jace talks to. I don’t wike her.
If that’s what Amy was aiming for, I think she has done a fabulous job. I think it was, because Bayleigh admits it herself.
I guess I’m just overly clingy.
Yeah, sis, you are.
This girl is way cooler than me, and she’s obviously eighteen and I’m not and oh god oh god, I’m an idiot. Jace is going to realize this any second now and leave me for her.
I am also low on confidence, but Bayleigh is on another plane altogether. She’s so freaking obsessed and jealous about the girls Jace talks to.
I also don’t like how Bayleigh changed her mind about xes spelled backwards, in less than 24 hours. I mean, that’s just way too less time to change your stance about something so significant.
Apart from that, it was a fun and quick read.
Read my sweet Indian romances if you are interested in that kind of thing. Here you go: https://www.amazon.in/Shabana-Mukhtar/e/B07DS8NM76/