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True [Format Kindle]

Erin McCarthy
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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 565 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 320 pages
  • Editeur : Berkley; Édition : Reprint (7 mai 2013)
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  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B00B7NPS60
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Par Julie - Forum Boulevard des Passions TOP 500 COMMENTATEURS
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J'étais assez intriguée lorsque j'ai vu que Erin McCarthy, l'auteur de la série Fast Track, se lançait dans le New Adult. C'est au final une histoire assez tendre, bien écrite et aux jolies scènes sensuelles que nous présente l'auteur.

Rory Macintosh, 21 ans, est une parfaite étudiante : studieuse, travailleuse, déterminée. Lors d'une soirée, elle échappe de peu à un viol grâce à Tyler, un bad boy qui va intervenir pour la sortir de cette situation. Après l'incident, Rory avoue à ses deux colocataires être toujours vierge. Celles-ci vont alors intervenir afin que Rory puisse se débarrasser de son encombrante virginité. Et qui de mieux que Tyler Mann pour s'occuper du problème ?

Les frères Mann sont au nombre de quatre, et Tyler est le second de la fratrie. Il vit encore avec sa mère et ses deux plus jeunes frères, qu'il protège de cette femme accro aux drogues et qui ne se préoccupe pas de ses enfants. Il est déterminé à améliorer sa vie, et même s'il doit se battre parfois pour payer ses frais d'études, il a choisi un domaine d'études qui lui permettra de trouver du boulot dès sa sortie. Pour lui, Rory vient d'un monde opposé. Un monde dans lequel il n'a pas sa place. Mais la jeune fille l'intrigue, et plus il passe de temps avec elle, plus tous deux s'apprécient. C'est une belle et solide amitié va naître au fil des semaines... une amitié où les sentiments vont peu à peu s'intensifier.

Rory est un personnage attachant.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Could even be a YA book 7 mai 2013
Par Laura - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle
I am a fan of Erin McCarthy's mature adult books. I like her writing style. However, this book is a tad too immature for me. I have read YA and NA books but they are not my book of choice. This is listed as NA (New Adult) but apart from drug references, there is nothing to stop it appealing to YA (Young Adults) as there are no real sex scenes to speak of.

Rory Macintosh is a 20 year old virgin who has led quite a sheltered life since her mother died when Rory was 8. When she is at College she shares a dorm with two girls Kylie and Jessica who are very confident and party girls. They bring out a different side to Rory and she starts feeling more accepted and less of a loner. Kylie and Jessica often hook up with two guys called Nathan and Tyler. Jessica sleeps with Tyler but they are just 'f buddys'! Once they find out Rory is still a virgin they enlist the help of tattooed bad boy Tyler Mann to do the job...unbeknownst to Rory.

As usual with these books the tattooed bad boy turns out to be not such a bad boy (although I could have done without him being a smoker!). Tyler is interested in Rory but feels he's not good enough for her. He comes from the 'wrong side of the tracks' and his mother is a junkie and he is struggling to take care of his two brothers with the help of his older brother Riley.

I thought Rory being interested in a guy her best friend had slept with was a bit off. Also, when she does find out by eavesdropping on Kylie and Jessica's conversation that they had paid Tyler $100 to take her virginity (which he had still not taken at that point!), she didn't get angry enough in my opinion although that is supposedly because in the short space of time she had known Tyler she realised he wasn't the type of guy to do that.

The story plods on like any other NA with family problems, disapproving parent, angst, the standard break up (though expected more from that scene) and a HEA.

There is no epilogue but the next book in the series is about Jessica and Tyler's older brother Riley and from the teaser, Rory and Tyler will feature in that book.

If you are new to Erin McCarthy you will probably enjoy this but if you are a fan of her MA books, I think you will find it a bit lacking.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 New Adult. 24 juin 2013
Par Harlequin Junkie Blog - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle
"True" by Erin McCarthy is one of those books that you just can't and won't put down. Though this is a light contemporary New Adult book it does have some darker themes. So if you don't like having certain emotional issues that are hard to deal with in your books, this may not be a book for you. I personally loved Ms. McCarthy's debut New Adult book to be very good, the characters were extremely realistic and relatable, but also had enough flair to make it possible for the reader to journey out of the real world and into a fictional world of brand new relationships.

Rory and Tyler had a sort of instant chemistry, that being something that helps the reader develop an instant connection with their relationship. One aspect of this book I found to be truly unique was when Rory's friends set her up with Tyler they managed to convince her to go out with him in the best possible way for her personality.

"True" is one of those books that will be sure to stick with you. With the increased interest in this up and coming genre many people won't and shouldn't pass up the chance to read this dramatic and beautiful story.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Raw and Romantic New Adult Novel 30 juin 2014
Par Lise Kim Horton - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
As a long-time fan of Erin McCarthy, but not yet a fully committed New Adult reader, I was nonetheless very happy to find True on the new release bookstore shelf. I'm a fan, too, of gritty, tormented characters, with tough lives and backgrounds that require strength and courage to overcome. I love the quirkier characters, too, who have broken out of the average Joe and Josephine molds (because love, after all, isn't just for the most beautiful and perfect among us, is it?). Rory Macintosh is a brilliant college student and - sigh - a virgin. Her besties are all party girls, and far more experienced in the hook-up with hotties department but she loves them all. Convinced she's not attractive to guys, she is not prepared for the intensity that is Tyler Mann. In more ways than one. Her comfortable upbringing is a far cry from his fractured family, which includes a drug addict mother, and three brothers - one of whom is Down Syndrome, the other - well, they don't know quite who Easton's father was. Just clearly not their dad. Who is out of the picture as well. Tyler's studying to become an EMT. Rory's going to be a coroner. But she's surprised when he assists her with her literature, which doesn't come as naturally as science does to this geek, and that's just the beginning. She's never been in love. Tyler's played around (including with one of Rory's gal pals). But that's all in the past once Rory enters his life and the two have to navigate their familial differences, and their own expectations when a disaster throws Tyler's world into chaos. And throws Rory into a parental confrontation that may do the same to her life. The sensuality was marvelous. The relationship was edgy and intense and replete with the elevated emotions of young adults navigating the unfamiliar waters of love, lust, responsibility and dashed hopes and expectations. But above all, love and loyalty will be the strength that binds this marvelously rendered couple together - if they can overcome the obstacles fate has thrown in their way. Great 20-something world is brought to life by McCarthy. I absolutely adored the Mann family brothers - different, engaging, each with needs and bound together by the protective Tyler and his older brother Riley. It is a grim, hardscrabble world for these men, but they're going to stick together. And now they have Rory on their side as well. Fantastic romance, lots of conflict, highs, lows, and gritty realism that had me holding on for dear life, and loving every minute of the tempestuous ride. A must read, and my highest accolade "one sitting read".
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Absolutely melted my heart 15 mai 2014
Par Gabbie - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle
Favorite Quote(s):
“For real? This was the guy Jessica had described as so hard-core? Who worked out with weights and came from a bad part of town and had his penis pierced? He wanted to get me a clean shirt.”
“‘You plan on making out with someone later?’ ‘That depends on you.’ ‘Oh, yeah?’ He raised an eyebrow. ‘Yeah. If you behave yourself.’ ‘Wow. Getting sassy, aren’t you?’ ‘I am, aren’t I?’ I asked in amazement. ‘I didn’t know I knew how to do that.’ Tyler snorted. ‘You’re cute, you know that?’”
“He shook his head with a smile. ‘You’re a little punk sometimes. How come I’m the only one who sees that?’ Because no one else ever bothered to look.”
“‘I don’t ever want to be with anyone but you,’ he murmured into my hair, kissing my temple. I could feel my smile in the dark. ‘Are we Facebook Official then?’ ‘We’re more than that. We’re the real deal.’ ‘True,’ I said, sliding my foot over his. ‘We are.’”
Favorite Character: Rory!
First Line:
“Getting drunk was not in my plans for Friday night.”
My Musings: So I got this novel a while ago on Netgalley, and it’s been sitting in my kindle app for a bit. I have seen great reviews of this novel, but I really wasn’t up to reading any more New Adult contemporaries the past few weeks. However, I decided to give it a try last night, and I’m so glad that I did.

“While I may not have dated, I certainly had crushed on plenty of guys, both fictional and living, and they tended to be the underdogs, with soulful eyes and a moodiness driven by insecurity.”
Rory is a shy, intellectual girl. A twenty year old virgin. So when her slightly whorish friends find out, they set up an arrangement with bad boy Tyler Mann to devirginize their best friend. But the more time that Tyler and Rory spend together, the more they fall for each other. But the ball drops when Tyler’s sucky family life catches up with their relationship, putting both of their futures in danger.

If I’m going to be completely honest, this novel reminded me of Beautiful Disaster. You have the good girl and the bad boy with the rough family life. However, Tyler wasn’t as…rough around the edges as Travis. But the parallels were still there. So it’s no surprise to me that I loved this novel just as much as I loved Beautiful Disaster.

I think that I’ve connected more to Rory than any other character that I’ve ever read. She was shy and studious, and had never been in a relationship. Although she had social friends, she tended to keep to herself. She had a habit for self deprecation. She reminded me so much of myself. It was so easy to relate to her narration because we have such similar personalities. This novel and the way that she grew over the course of it gives me hope for myself. She was a sweet character who was selfless. She was a caring girl, and she really filled the role of mother to Tyler’s brothers. She was a fantastic character to read, and I’m sad to have seen the book end.

“I wasn’t used to having someone take care of me, and the fact that it was a hot guy who was having sex with my roommate was just creepy. I did take the pack, though, and tore open the plastic so I could nibble on a corner of the cracker. It tasted like shredded cardboard, and I gagged a little. Tyler was right there with the drink again, and having a bad boy as a nursemaid made me start to wonder if I was actually hallucinating. Maybe this was some sort of elaborate roofie-inspired fantasy.”
Tyler was a catch. He was tough on the outside, with tattoos and a smoking habit. He had a rough family life, with a druggie mother, and had to struggle to take care of his brothers. Some crappy stuff happened to him in this novel that he didn’t deserve at all. It’s sad that bad things happen to good people. And although I was apprehensive of him at first, I learned to love him. He was sweet and caring, and we saw a side of him in this novel that you would have never imagined. His love for his brothers was another thing that made him so great. Struggling to take care of his brothers Jayden (who had Down syndrome) and Easton, Tyler took it in stride. He still loved his mother, even though she was ruining his life. He loved without conditions, and it was lovely to read.

I had my reserves about Rory’s best friends and roommates Jessica and Kiley. They were sluts, to be honest. They were ditsy and they paid Tyler to sleep with Rory. At first, I thought it was horrible. But the more I read about them, the more I realized that their hearts were in the right place. They really loved Rory, and they just wanted to see her happy. I loved seeing the interactions between the three. They were the definition of best friend love, and it actually made me slightly jealous. McCarthy has a talent for making real, personable characters. These characters could have been real college students going through these things. Every aspect of this novel was unbelievably believable.

True was definitely a remarkable New Adult contemporary that absolutely melted my heart. With a romance that can give any girl hope for a romantic future, this novel is one that you definitely can’t pass up.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Slight variations on standard formula 22 mars 2014
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle
I really liked this book. It was my first foray into New Adult and it's convinced me to try some more. The voice of the novel through main character Rory's first person point-of-view made the book personal and straightforward. Sometimes Rory's thoughts would get repetitive, especially in the beginning, and she's a little dramatic, but neither of these bothered me enough that I focused on them instead of the story. As a recent college graduate, I thought the college lifestyle was portrayed well and the details were spot on. The romance itself had less heat than I'm used to, but it was a nice change of pace and made the relationship feel sweet and genuine, instead of overly-focused on lust.

Tyler is your stereotypical bad boy persona with a heart of gold but it wasn't played to the extreme like it is in many other books. Rory is more interesting of a character. Many other (negative) reviews say she is the stereotypical shy, naive virgin and her characterization is inconsistent. I disagree with both of these statements. I connected well with Rory and found her complex. She is an introvert who prefers to observe than to talk. I think she thinks she's shy (because quiet people are always accused of this), but I don't consider her shy. I appreciated that she was direct and, when asked, always told how she felt or what she was thinking. She is socially awkward, which I thought was a nice change of pace and accurately portrayed. She's never been much out of her comfort zone and grew up in a quiet, reserved environment. She is not wealthy, but middle class. Throughout the book, she learns to loosen up, to let people in, and to feel more comfortable with herself. She was too emotional for me sometimes, but I don't hold that against her, just that it's not something I connect to.

Also, the ending is really quick. I liked that it didn't wrap up all of their obstacles because real life does not end in a perfect bow, but we don't really see them discuss how they'll handle those obstacles in the future. It ends so abruptly that there is barely a moment for them to bask in their HEA, much less the readers. But this is the first in a series so I'm hoping we'll see a little more about these two in the next book. I'm excited for the next in the series and will definitely read it. Overall, I enjoyed this book but I don't think it's for everyone, especially people who dislike New Adult or have no interest in reading about insecure college-aged kids.
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