Wednesday, October 9, 2013
Review: Inhale, Exhale
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Age Group: New Adult
Purchase Links: Amazon
Jillian had a plan: celebrate the end of her first year of college with an amazing summer full of beaches, barbeques, and bonfires. When her mom insists she needs a summer job, and her boyfriend spends more time with his band than with her, Jillian’s plans go down the drain.
Grant had a plan: finish his Masters, get a great job at Google, and get the hell out of Georgia. He might be giving up some of the fun of his youth, but he knows his all work and no play method would be worth it when his dreams came true.
But things never go according to plan.
When temptation brings them together and tragedy tears them apart, Jillian and Grant will be forced to choose: fight for their dreams, or fight for each other.
Jillian just wants to hang out during the summer with her friends and her boyfriend. But her mother has other plans and sets her up for work. Grant knows what he wants, he wants to work at Google and head to Cali, theres no time for women in his life. After getting paged many times to help set up the new girl with her computer. Both feel the attraction and know they shouldn't act on it, but that wont stop them. Just like everything life, life can be unpredictable and things happen. Will they be able to work things out and be together or will lifes problems bring them down.
I really enjoyed this book. It was well written, and at times I thought it was predictable up until the past problem towards the end...wasn't expecting that... I loved the characters and I'm not sure if the author is working on another book but I would really love to see what was going on with Jillians friend and JT. I loved that there was more than one point of view which helped me understand where both Grant and Jillian where coming from. I would recommend this book for readers +17 due to the steamy scenes. I loved how simple this book was. I've been reading a lot of books where the characters had a dark and gloomy past and this book wasn't one of those, this book was relatable at some points which lets the readers connect to the characters.
Overall I enjoyed this book and think you lovely readers should check it out. 4 of 5 Stars!
Posted by Jessica Figs at 9:00 AM