Wednesday, December 11, 2013

Everything for Us by M. Leighton

Publisher: Berkley Publishing
Date published: September 2013
ISBN: 9780425269862
Reviewed by Gabrielle  email:

Obtained via Publisher

Rating: 3 Hearts

In this third book of this series we learn Nash and Marissa’s story. Nash Davenport has lived in pain since his mother passed away, trust is a hard thing to find and an even harder thing for him to give. Marissa has not been a favorite but we soon find out that underneath it all she is scared and alone.

This book starts off right where the last book ended in the lives of these characters. Marissa has learned a hard lesson and longs to make her life right. No more emptiness and she wants to make right all that she can. I enjoyed seeing her grow and learn. Her character has new depth in this story. Nash is learning to live in the real world again after so many years of hiding and pain. It was nice to see the bond form between Nash and Marissa; they complement each other very well. Each giving the other what they need. In this book we find out just what they both are hiding underneath the bad boy and nasty personas. Watching Marissa and Nash not only work through their own feelings and find the trust they need made for a nice read.

In this book we get both Marissa and Nash’s points of view which makes for an interesting read. Not only do we get their story but we also get to visit with Cash and Olivia again. As this is book three readers should read the previous books that came before to get a better understanding of these characters and their lives. This book is full of emotions and pulls the reader into the world right from the start. I cannot wait to see what happens next in this series.

This is an objective review and not an endorsement of this book.


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