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RUSH TOO FAR
Genre: Young Adult, New Adult
Continuing the ever-growing POV switch trend in new adult, Glines pens Rush Finlay’s point of view in Rush Too Far. With the resounding success of the first three books, there’s little doubt that this one will meet and exceed rabid “Rush Crushers” expectations. And yes, the book does provide a lot of meaningful insight into what the beloved bad boy Rush was thinking and feeling at pivotal points in the story. The one drawback: the book does stop where Fallen Too Far stopped as well — in other words, there’s no HEA in this one.
Rush Finlay is back to tell his side of the story. What story is that? The story of the summer he met Blaire Wynn, the one girl who would ultimately knock him off his feet. Rush is torn, though, because he wants to protect his sister from the one person who could hurt her. But what will it cost him — and Blaire, the sweet and innocent girl who’s captured his heart? When Blaire finds out that he’s been holding secrets back, will she ever be able to forgive him? (ATRIA, May, 242 pp., $15.00, ISBN: 9781476775944, PB, 18 & Up)
Reviewed By: Susannah Balch
Published: May 2014