Tuesday, January 1, 2013

Love and Relativity by Rachel Wade

I loved this story!  I would definitely put this one in the more realistic New Adult Category.  Love and Relativity introduces you to Emma Pierce who is suffering guilt and grief from the loss of her sister from a Drunk Driver.  She is in a rut but desperately reaching toward her dream to become a marine biologist and get off of the island (Sanibel, FL).  She has a strange love/hate relationship with the small town bad boy Jackson Taylor.  Jackson and Emma are like magnets that are pulled by an electrifying attraction.  Emma feels that in order to achieve her dreams she has to stay as far away from Jackson as possible because he a playboy with a string of hearts broken all over the island.  She doesn't want to be another notch on his bedpost despite the similarities and true understanding she feels from him. 
After a disastrous weekend to Orlando, Emma ends up leaving early with Jackson.  On that truck ride home, Emma begins to open herself up to the possiblities that Jackson might not be what he appears.  Jackson has a determination and loyality to show Emma how he really feels no matter what happens.  This is a roller coaster of emotions and misunderstandings that continue to keep two stubborn people apart.  But the passion and chemistry between Jackson and Emma is flammable and ignites the reader by literally keeping a slow burn that you can't put down.  I read this in one setting and didn't want to put it down.  I had to know what would happen between them. 
Jackson is one hot book boyfriend and will stay with you long after you put the book down.  Everyone needs a little passion and loyality like Jackson in their life.  This is a must read and will be up there with the likes of Beautiful Disaster by Jaime McQuire, Pushing the Limits by Katie McGarrity, and Taking Chances by Molly McAdams.  A must read for anyone who loves their bad boys with a heart of passion.

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