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Release Blast | Review: WANTING MORE by Jessica Ruddick

March 28, 2016, 0 Comments | Comentarios

Looking for a sweet college romance that'll have you swooning? Check out WANTING MORE by Jessica Ruddick! We're sure this tale of opposites-attracting will have you wanting a lot more from this author. ;)

I can’t stop wanting her…

Bri Welch likes to play it safe. I don’t. She’s wound tight, and I’m all about a good party. But there’s something about her that makes me want to pull those uptight layers away one-by-delicious-one. But the worst thing is she makes me want more…
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And don't miss out on Love on Campus #1, Letting Go...
Cori Elliott likes order. Her schedule, her social life...even her GPA is perfect. Then she finds out her ex-boyfriend's death wasn't an accident. The revelation is enough to fracture her perfectly structured life, sending Cori into a downward spiral of self-doubt and impulsive decisions, and...right into the arms of Luke Evans. The only way she can save herself is to let go of everything––even if it means losing the one guy who might just be perfect for her...
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** I received an ARC through NetGalley in exchange of an honest review **

Wanting More is a New Adult Contemporary Romance written by Jessica Ruddick. It’s the second book in the Love on Campus series, but can be read as a standalone, also, it’s the first book I’ve read by her —yep, another one to my list. I think if you have the chance to read the first before this, it would be better, but you don’t spoil yourself a lot by reading Wanting More first —at least, I don’t think so, I haven’t read Letting Go, but I’ll do as soon as I have the chance, because I loved this one!

It’s not a secret I love this kind of books, maybe because I’m at college and it’s closer to my reality, anyway, I certainly prefer books rather than my actual college’s life. However, it has dual POV, something that always makes my reading more enjoyable —along with Jessica’s writing, which was really good.

Josh is a twenty-one years old —bad— boy who is almost being kicked out of college due to… his lack of interest or more exactly —his lack of motivation about school, he doesn’t know what he wants to be/do after college! Ok, I completely understand this fact but I think you should already know that after almost three years; something I love about USA’s colleges is that you can go there without a one-hundred-percent-settled plan, here —in Chile— you must/should know what you want before get into college, sometimes you just have one chance. Anyway, Josh is our male main character —he likes to enjoy parties, and woman, of course; he’s pretty funny. The moment he meets Brianna or Bri —a grad student who is clear —does know— about what she wants in life —in others words, the opposite of JoshBri’s character is shy and focused —I really felt a connection with her, which made me like this book even more.

I loved and enjoyed their story, and they were so cute, and sweet together. Most of the time, I smiled while I was reading a scene about them —and also because Josh was funny. Of course, not all is happiness —even when I’d like that. So when there were moments —I don’t know— when they thought about not being good enough for each other —those were so bad! Why do they have to think like that? However, as the story moved forward, I got the answer I was looking for.

Overall, I enjoyed and liked this book. By the way, I loved Josh's POVs, you really get to know him by reading in his POV. And the more you know, the more you like. So, I highly recommend this book for those who like and enjoy a good, and sweet new adult contemporary romance.
Book: +4

Jessica Ruddick lives in Virginia and is married to her college sweetheart--their first date was a fraternity toga party (and nothing inspires love like a toga, right?). When she doesn't have her nose in a book or her hands on a keyboard, she can be found wrangling her two rambunctious sons, taming two rowdy but lovable rescue dogs, and battling the herd of dust bunnies that has taken up residence in her home.

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