Manwhore. Adrenaline junkie. Lead singer of ContraBand. What you see is what you get. I make no apologies for my actions, and by now no one expects any from me. I live my life the way I want and as long as it pushes the demons back, then I'm solid. I've never needed a chick for more than a good lay. Why would I need just one when I can have a different one every night?
Until she walks into my world.
Mouthy. Perfectionist. Princeton student. Chemistry major. Yes, that pretty much describes me. Oh, and virgin. But I'm only nineteen, and have more important things to concern myself with. What really matters is finishing my degree and getting a good job. I’ve worked hard for what I want, and do what’s expected of me. I don’t need anyone to get in my way.
Until he opens up my world.
But if I give you my world, whatever you do…don’t TAKE ME for granted.
A MUST READ SERIES
OMG!!! K.A. Linde has hooked me again to another great Series. She captured me with the Avoiding Series and now she has me all in knots with Take Me Series.
At the very beginning I absolutely hated Aribel. Honestly, I could not stand this girl. She was stuck up and truly all I wanted to do was slap her. Yet, when she finally gives Grant a chance, a chance to just talk to her I fell in love with them as a couple. Grant and Aribel are awesome. The drama that they encounter had me in stitches and I couldn't put this book down. Yet, like always K.A. Linde has you until the very last moment and then... cliffhanger. Ugh, I cant say this enough I need more!
The story line was fantastic and the love and passion between Grant and Aribel is phenomenal. Two souls that are very different but find comfort and belonging with one another. Grant is the playboy. He protects himself from hurt by just using and leaving women. Yep, he is an up and coming musician and never hears the word no. He has never wanted anything more than an easy lay and never asked for names or numbers. He never saw himself wanting anything more until he set his eyes on Aribel.
Aribel is beautiful, intelligent and wealthy. By looking at her she would have it all. A student at Princeton and always above the mark. She hides herself behind her studies and would never look at anyone who doesn't fit the mold her parents have given her. She finds herself not opening up to anyone not even her boyfriend. That is the reason she finds herself heading to the bar with friends to hear a local band play, because her boyfriend dumps her.
She doesn't give Grant a second look. Yet with his dedication to get to know her she finds that he is chipping away at her wall surrounding her heart.
Will they be able to find common ground? Will she find herself falling in love with a man that will inevitably break her heart?
This is a must read! Seriously, go one click this one today
“So, after your phone died earlier today, you didn’t call me back.” Aribel rolled her eyes and picked up her pace, carrying us out across an open field.
“Do you need my number for next time?” She humphed and kept walking. Jesus, what is with this chick? “You don’t take jokes very well, do you?”
“Excuse me, but did I lose a glass slipper or something?” she asked.
“What?” “A glass slipper. Do I look like Cinderella to you? Are you some kind of prince trying to sweep me off my feet? What is this whole charade, Grant?”
“No charade, babe. I just wanted to see you and take you out.”
“Uh-huh. Where exactly are you taking me?” I smirked at her.
“Dinner.” My bed.
“Why do I have a feeling that we’re not talking about eating the same thing?” I chuckled to myself. She had me there.
“Oh, come on. I didn’t even say that.” Though, if I had it my way, I’d be doing more than that tonight.
“You didn’t have to,” she called over her shoulder. I caught up to her again and started walking backward in front of her. I was probably making a spectacle of myself, but I didn’t really care. She didn’t even seem to notice that people were staring at us.
“Look, I really do want to take you out. I’m not one to deny myself the things I want, but I was talking about eating food with you.”
“No. And anyway, how did you know to find me? Are you stalking me or something now? Should I invest in a rape whistle?”
“No, but you can blow my whistle, baby.”
“Oh, dear Lord.”--
About the Author
K.A. Linde graduated with her Masters in political science from the University of Georgia in 2012. She also has a bachelors in political science and philosophy. She wrote her the Avoiding Series while struggling through advanced statistical modeling and writing her thesis. She enjoys dancing and writing novels that keep you guessing until the very end.
She currently resides in Georgia with her boyfriend and two puppies, Lucy and Riker.
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