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  • No Mistake

    John Logan and Grace Ivers meet in the college dorms. Logan is not looking for anyone special, until he figures out that he was not lusting after his best friend's girl - just their relationship. Grace, on the other hand is not sure what to trust about Logan, since every chance they get together, Logan screws it up somehow. Logan has a lot of pressure on him. Star hockey player, college courses, friends and roommates, and job forced upon him by his alcoholic father. Like I said, a LOT of pressure. How does he relieve it? He finds a hook-up around campus. Grace is an excellent student who is just trying to survive her Freshman year in college. Her father is a professor, so he pressures her to stay away from the fun and the parties. Grace's mom is the opposite and wants her to have too much fun. Now what? Logan and Grace keep running into one another. Parties, movies, and the dorm. Logan cannot keep away from her now that he knows she brings him peace. Just being with her settles him mind and all the chaotic thoughts about his empty future. He tells her things he does not confide in anyone - even his very best friend. Grace has some friend problems of her own. When the jealous puck-bunny calls her out for lying about being with Logan, well .... you have to read it to believe it!! I sure hope they make this a movie because that will be one EPIC scene!! I found that this story was just as good as the first book in the Off-Campus series. The characters were there too, Such humor, fun and even some growth going on. Just an amazing cannot put it down read!!

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  • Mistake=Something Infinitely Precious

    Before I talk about anything else, can we all please take a moment to reflect on the amazing cover? I'm not someone who usually pays much attention to them, because I'm always eager to get into what's between the covers, but that doesn't mean I can't take a moment or ten to appreciate one. Now that that's done, I can tell you all about how much this book amazed me and entertained me. I haven't read many books by Elle Kennedy, but I'm beginning to realize how talented a story teller she is. She somehow manages to take a guy who messes up with a great girl and turns it into a journey of self discovery and growth for the both of them. I was hoping for something funny and hot, but instead found a story that is mentally, physically, and emotionally engaging while also being impossible to put down. I loved that the story was told from dual points of view. It was great being inside John "Logan" Logan's head and in Grace Iver's too. There were no guessing games about what they were thinking about or about how the felt about each other. However the real fun for them began when they tried to figure out the mess their "relationship" had become. I was totally surprised by how easy things felt between Logan and Grace, especially with them being on opposite sides of the social hierarchy at Briar University and polar opposites when it came to personalities, but it turns out none of that mattered at all. It's hard to pin point what it was about this book I enjoyed the most. It's a three way tie between the chemistry, dialogue, and issues Logan and Grace faced. Logan and Grace had wonderful chemistry. While things may not have started out slowly between them, I really enjoyed seeing the relationship between them develop. I felt like it was a slow burn, because they both had to work to overcome choices the other had made. I also love how much I laughed while I read this book. Both Grace and Logan were extremely witty in their repartee with one another and in their own inner monologues and thoughts. I thought it was adorable seeing Grace babble, but that's because I have that particular habit as well. College is a time to try new things, but as Grace finds, somethings don't change. I empathized with her for the situation she found herself dealing with concerning a trusted friend. I also understood her pain when Logan made the mistake that changed both of them. I also understood Logan's pain, confusion, and torn feelings about Hannah and Grace. I even understood his desire and fear when he looked to his future and didn't like what he saw. I will say this though, even though Grace and Logan were each facing so many challenges and changes, I loved how resolute they were in facing them. When Grace needed support, Logan was there and vice versa. This series has quickly become one of my favorites. I loved seeing Garrett and Hannah again. I loved being surprised by Logan and Grace's interactions with one another. Seeing all four of the roommates interact and support one another, was also satisfying to read about. They look at for one another as much as they tease each other. I loved watching Logan realize the error he made and then do everything he could to rectify it. That boy certainly knows how to woo. I look forward to seeing how Elle Kennedy tops herself with Dean and Tucker's stories.

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  • Awesome read

    Great easy read! Was worried that I wouldn't like it as much as the first book but i was not DISSAPOINTED

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  • Omg so good!

    Very good read. Could not put this story down. Read it top to bottom in one shot. Can t wait to see the next one.

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  • A weak story

    While I enjoyed the first book in this series, I thought this one wasn't a good romance. The male character's situation was unrealistic in my opinion. I thought their story was uninteresting and there was very little tension. The author had to add some drama with some side character to spice things up, but it didn't work for me. While I know realism is not to be expected in this kind of literature, when the foundation of the plot is flawed, it's hard to get into the story.

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