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Redesigned: Off the Subject #2 (English Edition) par [Swank, Denise Grover]
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Book Two in the USA TODAY bestselling Off the Subject series

While fashion design major Caroline Hunter may have been born economically unlucky, in college, she’s been lucky in love. Until her senior year at Southern University. She’s gone from a serious long term boyfriend to a string of crappy dates.

Then she meets mathematics grad student Reed Pendergraft.

Reed is everything she’s not looking for. Serious. Headed for a low paying university job. Boring. Caroline spent the first eighteen years of her life wondering where her next meal was coming from. She sure wasn’t getting trapped in that life again with a man living on a professor’s salary.

An encounter with Reed in a club proves she might have pegged him wrong. He brings out a lusty side she never knew she had. But just when she’s about to give in to her hormones, Reed makes a fool out of her.

When she shows up for the first committee meeting for Southern University’s Fall fashion show, a fundraiser for underprivileged kids, Caroline’s horrified to discover the insufferable Reed is the committee chairman. While she refuses to tolerate his totalitarian rule of the committee, she’s not sure she’ll survive the month with her heart—and her pride—intact. Just when she thinks she has everything figured out, she finds that her entire life has been redesigned, thanks to Reed Pendergraft.

Off the Subject series (stand alone books)
AFTER MATH (Scarlett's story)
REDESIGNED (Caroline's story)
BUSINESS AS USUAL (Lexi's story)

Biographie de l'auteur

New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Denise Grover Swank was born in Kansas City, Missouri and lived in the area until she was nineteen. Then she became a nomadic gypsy, living in five cities, four states and ten houses over the course of ten years before she moved back to her roots. She speaks English and smattering of Spanish and Chinese which she learned through an intensive Nick Jr. immersion period. Her hobbies include witty Facebook comments (in own her mind) and dancing in her kitchen with her children. (Quite badly if you believe her offspring.) Hidden talents include the gift of justification and the ability to drink massive amounts of caffeine and still fall asleep within in two minutes. Her lack of the sense of smell allows her to perform many unspeakable tasks. She has six children and hasn’t lost her sanity. Or so she leads you to believe.

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3.0 étoiles sur 5 An interesting read 23 mai 2017
Par Shawna Wood - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
***********3.5 Stars*******

Redesigned was an interesting book for me. I was excited to read Caroline story as she intrigued me in the first book After Math and who doesn't love a hot nerdy math major.

The first half of the book was just okay for me. Caroline seemed different in this book then she was in the first book and I didn't much like her in the beginning. And Reed, I wanted to love the hot nerd from the start, but he was a jerk through much of the first half of the book. As I didn't like the leads much it was hard to root for them to get together. In fact, there were a few times when I wanted tell them to get it together.

The second half of the book was amazing. It was emotional, heartfelt, heartbreaking and honest. Caroline finally let her guard down and we got to see her pain and finally understood what drove her. Reed also grew on me too, I still think his temper is not good and could have handled situations better, but I was better able to understand what made him tick and he really showed how much he cared for Caroline. Reed proved he would do anything for Caroline, even let her go, if that is what she wanted.

Redesigned is a hard book to get into in the beginning but if you stick with it you end up finding a diamond in the rough.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Sexy Math 15 septembre 2016
Par Kelly's Nerdy Obsession - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
Caroline always knew what she wanted in a man: handsome, wealthy, and getting a degree that was going to make a ton of money, everything that Reed Pendergraft isn't. They butt head, have arguments, and can't stand what being around each other does to them. Denise has written a book that will have ALL of your emotions going either at the same time or at different times. You will go through hate, anger, love, crying, sad, happy, pity, sympathy, disgust, excitement, etc...

This is a book that you are going to want to read multiple times. Denise will make you cry and love each of the characters all at the same time. Reed brings the sexy out in math, and makes majoring in math even hotter. I want to start this book again, and again.

Denise makes you want to read, she grabs you by the shirt and pulls you into a storage room, until she is done with you, then brings you back in for more!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Redesigned...Wow! 12 juin 2013
Par JoCo4 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
**May contain slight spoilers**
When buying this book, I was doubtful I would fall in love with it. It is the second book in this series and I fell in love with the first book. I tend to have a difficult time when it is not centered around the initial characters. I was worried that I would not become as attached to Caroline and Reed's story as I was to Scarlett and Tucker's. I should have NEVER doubted Swank's abilities to draw me in. I am a believer. Caroline's journey of not only accepting her past, but embracing it was truly magical. She grows leaps and bounds throughout the book. And Reed... jeez, what is there to say about him that will be within the recommended word length? He is simply wonderful. I love how candid he was. He was never afraid to call Caroline out on her (excuse the curse word) s***. He kept her level headed and helped her realize she was going about her love life all wrong. I found myself cheering for them, just as Lexi was. It was amazing. While I have fallen in love with the NA genre, this book elevates it. It isn't just about a girl who had a tough life, so she is guarded. It is about the personal journey Caroline goes on for self acceptance. It's a great message for anyone reading it. We are who we are, our past, good or bad, had made us this way and that's okay. It's about what you do with it in the future. Please read the first book in the series before enjoying this installment. It makes it soooo much better. Thank you, Denise Swank, for the fantastic story and I cannot wait for what come from you next.
Book 1: After Math
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 An alright read 3 juin 2015
Par Jen R - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
Redesigned was an alright read for me. I loved Reed right from the start, but Caroline I had issues with. She didn't seem believable to me. I get that she could be super worried about money after growing up so poor, but her whole backstory and need to be with someone with earning potential because of it didn't ring true to me. I didn't believe that she really had these issues from her childhood. I was told she did, but what I was shown, how she acted and thought and such, didn't back it up for me. So since I never really believed that she needed to date someone who will make a lot of money in the future because she doesn't want the same childhood she had for her kids I didn't really care for her that much. She supposedly will have panic attacks and such if she thinks about being with someone without a high earning degree, but again I just didn't believe it.

On the flip side I loved Reed right from the start. He was so cute and kind and just wonderful. Sure he was angry with Caroline, especially after their first meeting and she says some pretty mean things to him, but the way they pushed each others buttons was fun. I did feel bad for Reed and he seemed like an adult, whereas Caroline came off as very young, immature, and insecure. She was always assuming the worst about Reed right from the start and it was a bit ridiculous. She would never let him explain, she would just run off all poor me and cry when really it should be poor Reed. He definitely wants to be with Caroline, but knows she will never accept him because of his degree. Or at least he knew she said that about him. I felt bad for him as he was so amazing and I just loved him!

So of course things do work out in the end. Throughout the story you watch Reed and Caroline grow closer, watch them come together, and by the end I was happy enough. I just wish Caroline would have been written in a more believable way for me. Oh well, it was an alright read and this book did make me want to go back and read the first book in the series. I need to see Scarlett and Tucker's story.

This review was originally posted to Jen in Bookland
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Denise does it again! 17 juin 2013
Par I Feel the Need, the Need to Read book blog - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
********ADULT CONTENT! MATURE AUDIENCES ONLY!********

Caroline Hunter knows what she wants. She's in her senior year as a fashion design major at Southern University in Tennessee. She's interested only in finishing her degree, finding a good paying job in design and marrying a man who is financially set. She hates her past and where she has come from and does not want to ever have to worry about being poor again. She keeps her past a closely guarded secret from everyone she's close to, with the exception of her best friend Scarlett who grew up with her.

Reed Pendergraft is an arrogant, math graduate student and is teaching math at the college. He has recently moved to Tennessee from "out East" and lives with his 18 year-old sister. He seems to be a simple, boring, math professor who lives modestly. Not someone Caroline should be interested in. But that is exactly what happens after Caroline meets him at a party. He knows how to push her buttons and get a rise out of her. She feels flustered and pissed off when she's near him or thinks about him, but he also makes her feel things that she has never felt, ever. He makes her question her life and her goals. Why does he have this power over her? Will she let him in and let her plans become unraveled?

I was given an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. It is no secret that I am a fan of Denise Grover Swank's. I have read every book that she has written. I really liked her last novel After Math (Off the Subject, #1) and Scarlett and Tucker return in this book as supporting cast. This story is all Caroline and Caroline's issues. I really get Caroline and her shame of her past. I too did not have much when I was growing up. I got hand-me-down clothes from my sister and the occasional church, as well as food boxes. It is humiliating to go to school in clothes that aren't new or the latest styles. I did not want the same for my children and I have worked hard to make that happen.

I LOVED Caroline and Reed in this story! They were making me laugh and laugh at their head-butting. I could totally picture their little "spats" and was enjoying the hell out of it. I thought that the story was really well written (as per usual from Denise!) and that the characters were believable and likable. I started out not really liking Reed, but the more he and Caroline fought and got under each other's skin, the more he grew on me. Both Caroline and Reed have secrets in this book and I am not going to share them with you. It makes it a better read I think if you do not know what is going to happen or why these characters are the way they are. I like learning about a character while reading the book. If the book and story are written well, then you can get attached to characters and visualize them as real people. That is what happened with this book. Caroline and Reed are real people to me and I really hope to see more of them in the future.
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