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My Sweetest Escape (New Adult Contemporary Romance) par [Cameron, Chelsea M.]
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The past will always find you…

Jos Archer was the girl with the perfect life—until the night it all came crashing down around her. Now, nine months later, she still hasn’t begun to pick up the pieces. Even transferring to a new college and living under the watchful eye of her older sister, Renee, isn’t enough to help her feel normal again. And then she meets Dusty Sharp. For reasons Jos can’t begin to fathom, the newly reformed campus bad boy seems determined to draw her out of her shell. And if she’s not careful, his knowing green eyes and wicked smile will make her feel things she’s no longer sure she deserves. But even as Dusty coaxes Jos to open up about the past, he’s hiding secrets of his own. Secrets about the night her old life fell apart. When the truth is finally revealed, will it bring them closer together—or tear them apart for good?

'A wonderful, captivating, and heartbreaking story that pulled me in from page one.' -Jessica Sorensen,


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3.0 étoiles sur 5 In Review: My Sweetest Escape (My Favorite Mistake #2) by Chelsea M. Cameron 12 février 2014
Par Kim B. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
My Sweetest Escape is the second book in Chelsea M. Cameron's My Favorite Mistake series. It's a standalone series, but there's character overlap. I happened upon My Favorite Mistake, the first book, last year before I started blogging. It was a fantastic read, and the start of my love affair with Chelsea's books. Hunter and Taylor were such vibrant characters and their chemistry was fantastic. I hoped for more of the same with My Sweetest Mistake, but unfortunately it fell just a wee bit short for me. That's not to say that I didn't enjoy the book. I did. I just didn't connect with the characters in the same way as I did the first.
Jos Archer was the girl who had it all, but she's fallen apart, and been sent to live with her older sister, Renee so she can go to school and pull herself together. We never really get to know "perfect Jos," since the story begins after the night everything fell apart. It takes quite a bit of time before we find out exactly what happened that night and, when we do, it's understandable why she would be broken and feeling guilty. I felt sympathy for Jos, but I just didn't like her that much. Something about her really rubbed me the wrong way and I've been unable to figure out just what it was.

She meets Dusty Sharp through her sister and her friends. He's a giant puzzle, but a yummy one (to me, at least). It took awhile until I got a read on him, he played everything pretty close, so it was difficult to figure him out. But once I did, I adored him. He and Jos have an immediate attraction and, in the end, have more in common than I originally thought. They worked well together.
What I truly loved about the book was that we truly got to know a lot of characters. Taylor and Hunter are back, as are Renee, Paul, Darah and Mase. And my new favorite secondary character ever: Hannah. Hannah needs her own book. She was amazing. Sassy, spunky and real... and a fantastic friend to Jos. I'm so sick of bad girlfriend behavior in books, so Hannah truly was a breath of fresh air. I love how the dynamics of these characters was explored. The relationships and friendships felt real. The dialogue was great. The only thing was, I felt like sometimes all these characters overshadowed Jos and Hunter, but I don't know that it's a bad thing.

As I've come to expect from Chelsea, My Sweetest Escape was well-written, with well-developed and interesting characters. It was a fair bit angsty, a little sexy and had a surprising twist that connected the characters and truly shocked me. It was a good, quick, read. I hope there's more to this series (cough, Hannah, cough) because I do find it enjoyable.

I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Couldn't get much better 3 février 2014
Par Amber Goleb - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
**4.5 Stars**

I received this ARC in exchange for an honest review.

Jos is suffering from the loss of her best friend. She blames herself for the things that happened to cause this loss. She has decided to live her life day by day instead of living for the future. She has moved in with her sister and the rest of the gang.
Since everyone seems to thing that Jos is spiraling out of control, they keep a close eye on her and everything she does. Enter Dusty. He is sarcastic and attractive. The last thing Jos wants on her plate. She really tries her best to avoid him. The feelings he stirs inside her are dangerous and she doesn't want to have them.
Dusty. He has suffered and made mistakes. He has put his life on the right track. He is more than interested in getting to know Jos. He will put himself in any position that will get him closer to getting to know this knew person.
The friendships and relationships that are built in this book are strong. But as always, there are secrets. Secrets that will either tear Jos and Dusty apart from one another before they even come together or they will bring them closer together. Secrets in this book show that it really is a small world after all!
I really liked this book. I just could not put it down! And I wasn't disappointed in any way! This book is different from the first. It does have the characters from the first, but it isn't centered around them. It is equally as good as the first book though!
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Second in a sedriees, but could be read as standalone 13 janvier 2017
Par Mujer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
This book is a sequel to My Favorite Mistake. The heroine Jos (short for Joselyn) is the younger sister of Renee, a secondary character from the first novel. Along with another couple from the first book, Renee and her boyfriend Paul are living in a house owned by Taylor and Hunter, the main characters from book one. Jos used to be studious, goal-oriented, conservative and somewhat prim. At the opening of this book she has gone through some type of shattering, life-altering event that caused her personality to change completely. She became very wild and out of control. Her wild phase has ended (although no one else trusts that), but she has become very closed off and distant. Her parents have forced her to leave her original college, transfer to Renee's college, and live in the same house with Renee and the others. Renee loves Jos and is worried about her, but her worry has caused her to become a combination mother figure/prison guard figure in Jos's life. She has also enlisted the help of the others in the house to watch out for Jos, too. Jos, who is 19, has a curfew and has to report all of her comings and goings. (No wonder she is hostile!) The reader knows Jos is carrying a lot of guilt but it takes a long time to understand why she feels this way. She meets Dusty at a vending machine at the hospital (Jos is forced to be there until the end of her sister's shift). It turns out Dusty is a friend of Hunter's, and he is a frequent visitor to the house. An attraction sparks between them, but Jos fights it. An unexpected discovery puts the brakes on the relationship that gradually develops, but it all works out in the end. I really liked Dusty; he was a great hero. Jos was less likeable, but you could understand why when you learned her secret, plus her sister Renee really was over the top with the overprotective bit. I enjoyed being able to catch up with the other couples from the first book. I'd actually rate this one about a 3.7.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Sweet Read 14 janvier 2015
Par Jennifer Michael - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
*Warning: I have already read the books I am covering, any and all posts may and do contain spoilers.

Overall My Sweetest Escape is a good read but not something I would gush about over coffee convincing a friend to read. A lot of books in this genre are self published and you can end up buying a nightmare of a book to get through. Escape was an easy read without constant publishing and editing errors. It was sweet. In my opinion a little too PG though, I like my books a little steamier; more sex scenes. Scenes that get you a little hot and bothered. This book just doesn’t do that. It’s a cutesy read about two people with secrets and self hate that fall for each other and bring one another out of a dark place.

Even though Escape is book 2, it can basically be read as a stand-alone. The characters from Mistake are heavily integrated in Escape so you still get glimpses into their lives since Jos has taken up residents in their newly acquired Yellowfield home. I did think it was odd the author had neatly paired off all the main co-characters in the first novel and then had two brand new characters for the second installment. You didn’t get the chance to have someone to root for in part 2. Normally books that take on new characters in book 2 focus on the friend or roommate who was there for the ride in part 1. You had already been hoping for the happily ever after for that person by the time you sit down to read their story. Jos and Dusty are characters that were not in Mistake at all. I do think it would have been better to have some overlap between the two books. Like if Jos would have come for a visit one weekend in book 1 and been a total train wreck or if Hunter would have known Dusty before and we got a view into him and his relationship with all the Yellowfield House members.

Cameron also uses some of the same phrases for Taylor (Mistake) and Jos (Escape). The books are two different characters. In my opinion, the fact that these two girls were written by the same author shows. Using word for word phrasing for two points of view for two separate characters when writing the inner monologue is a little repetitive and strange. Each girl is her own person and how many people do you know that think word for word like you? Example: “Oh, if he hadn’t said please.” In Mistake Taylor thinks this phrase a couple of times and then Jos thinks it word for word in her own head in Escape. Both girls think it when giving into an argument with their romantic interest. More differentiating in writing Jos’s personality from Taylor would have been much better for the writing. And the story itself.

All right, now lets talk about Jos and Dusty-

Jos: Cameron definitely likes the pissed at the world main female for this series. I actually like the character of Jos better then Taylor, but for both books the female lead was an angry girl with a dark secret who falls in love even though she won’t admit she likes the charming boy with a dark secret of his own.
My next gripe with Jos is how strongly she believes that she committed murder and how she believes she only deserves bad karma toward her forever more. Then heavy make out sessions seem to cure fights and all the inner turmoil going on in the brains of this couple. Jos believes she is responsible for Nathan’s death so strongly that she has turned her life upside down and then all that vanishes with a kiss from Dusty. Seems a bit unrealistic to me and frankly a little too easy of a solution.

Dusty: Beat boxing?! I mean don’t get me wrong, when people are really good beat boxers it does sound cool and I am sure it is a very difficult skill; but really?! It doesn’t exactly sound like the most alluring male romantic lead. Give me a hot guitarist or MMA fighter any day of the week… but beat boxer? I mean maybe I’m missing something here, I don’t know. I had this same train of thought when Cameron had all the male characters break out into a choreographed break dancing routine in the middle of a crowded club in book 1. Sounds a little ostentatious to me, and more boy band not hot badass. But through that I guess I should have been more prepared for the beat boxing.
In the same way I believe everything was solved too quickly with make out sessions I also thought it was strange that Dusty goes from “This can never happen.” to “I’m not going anywhere. Not even if you try to make me. Not again.” so quickly. Without Dusty’s point of view you’re kind of left thinking… How did he get from point A to point Z so fast? What changed?

I started this post out with saying My Sweetest Escape was a good read and then after re-reading my own words I feel like I have done a lot more ranting than raving. I guess it’s easier to point out the things we see wrong or dislike. I still stand by what I said though, it is a good read, and just not rave worthy I guess.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Dusty 3 février 2014
Par andrewsheath - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
Honestly I didn't like this one as much as the other one. I mean the book had some good points like the fact that I loved Dusty, "he leaned against the car. "look, I appreciate you've got this whole 'don't touche me, don't look at me, don't even effing think about me' thing going on, but I'm just saying I'm trying to be nice. You could, you know, thank me for it." He is just weird he likes to pass notes, "I didn't look back at him as I unfolded the note. "What didn't you want me to see? Were you looking at porn? If yes, may I join you? If no, what were you doing?" Jos she's not one to beat around the bush about certain things, "so what are we going to do? If we can't be together, according to you, and you can't be around me without getting a bad case of hard di**, what are we going to do?" 'My Favorite Mistake' is still my favorite book of this series.
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