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I Want It That Way par [Aguirre, Ann]
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Nadia Conrad has big dreams, and she's determined to make them come true. But between maintaining her college scholarship and working at the local day care to support herself, dating's the last thing on her mind. Then she moves into a new apartment and meets the taciturn yet irresistible guy in 1B…. 

Daniel Tyler has grown up too fast. Becoming a single dad at twenty turned his life upside down—and brought him heartache he can't risk again. Now, as he raises his four-year-old son while balancing a full-time construction management job and night classes, the last thing he wants is noisy students living in the apartment upstairs. But one night, Nadia's and Ty's paths cross, and soon they can't stay away from each other. 

The timing is all wrong—but love happens when it happens. And you can't know what you truly need until you stand to lose it.


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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Love this book. 2 décembre 2014
Par Paris Hansen - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
Actual Rating: 4.5/5 Stars

I’m not sure if I should thank Ann or not for this, but since this book was announced, I’ve not been able to get Backstreet Boys out of my head. Other than that nonsense, I really enjoyed this book. Although, I think that one of Ann Aguirre’s strengths is her amazing world building in your urban fantasy, sci-fi and dystopian series, I think she painted a very vivid and relatable picture with Nadia and Ty’s story. It’s been a really long time since I was in college and I didn’t get to do the living on campus or having college roommates experience, but the way that Ann wrote this book, I felt like I had. I felt like I was a part of this world, experiencing everything with them, which is what she’s always been able to do for me in the past with her other books.

I really appreciated how strong and independent Nadia was. She wasn’t like a lot of the new adult college heroines we see these days. I love how much this book actually followed her daily struggle of work, school, and balancing the college life. I also really liked that Nadia was so determined and focused on what she ultimately wants to do with her life. She knows who she is, she knows what she wants to do and that is really commendable.

Ty was not what I was expecting, although I should have known better. He’s exactly what I want out of my NA heroes. He’s strong, vulnerable and wants to take care of and love our heroine, but he’s got responsibilities in life that most people his age do not have and wouldn’t know what to do with if they did. I understood his hesitancy to get involved with Nadia and I loved the way their relationship progressed throughout the book. And his son Sam, is freaking adorable.

I really loved the journey through this book. I love that there wasn’t unnecessary angst or issues that were thrown in just for dramas sake. Everything felt natural for Nadia and Ty and I feel like what happened with Max, Angus and Lauren all felt natural as well. These characters all spoke to me and I am so happy I got the chance to read this book for review. I would have read it anyway cause it’s Ann Aguirre and New Adult romance, two things I absolutely love.

Arc provided by the publisher via Netgalley for an honest review
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 In Review: I Want It That Way (2B Trilogy #1) by Ann Aguirre 8 septembre 2014
Par Kim - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I've been sitting on my review for Ann Aguirre's I Want It That Way for months because I just have no idea what to say that will do it any justice. To say I loved this book would be a gross understatement. I don't think I've stopped talking about it to anyone who will listen (and some people who probably want me to shut up about it already!) since I finished. It was of the "devour in a single sitting" variety and oh my god the feels!

There was just something about Nadia and Ty that made me fall in love with them pretty much on site. Nadia and I would totally be friends in real life. I found her to be such a relatable character. I admired her determination. I loved her inner dialogue. I connected with her on a very real level. And Ty? I just wanted to cuddle Ty. (Ok, maybe not JUST cuddle him, but you get what I'm saying.) He was wonderful. He was damaged and insecure, but still strong in so many ways. He was passionate, but scared to get burned again. His past definitely left a mark and he built high walls to protect him and his son, Sam. Sam was about the cutest thing ever, too. Gah! I just wanted to smush all of them.

I loved how realistically the thing between Nadia and Ty developed. The chemistry between them was evident from their first meeting, regardless of how skeptical they were of each other. Their balcony night scenes melted my heart. They took the time to get to know each other and I, in turn, felt like I really got to know them. I understood their motivations and the things that were holding them back. The sexual tension between them was high and when they finally gave in to their desire, it was hot, but sweet. There were tons of emotions for me throughout all of it. All. The. Feels. (And quite a few tears.) I absolutely adored them together. They were both flawed, but somehow together they were nothing short of perfect.

Nadia's character development throughout this book was one of my favorite things. I loved her in the beginning, but loved her more at the end. None of the things that occur in I Want It That Way were in Nadia's plans. She thought she knew what she wanted from life, but after meeting Ty (and Sam!), she started to wonder if there was an alternative to the goals she had for herself. Some might question if she was settling, but I say no. She was just choosing a slightly different path because her circumstances changed. (And I fully support it!) Of course, there's a healthy dose of drama from friends and family – and the main characters themselves at times – but none of it was too angsty or unbelievable.

The residents of 2B would make a great TV show cast. I don't even watch TV anymore, but I would definitely tune into their show every week. Each of them had something special about them and I'm looking forward to getting to know all of them a little better in the future books in the 2B Trilogy.

There's not one single thing about this book that I would change. It was perfection just as it was. It spoke to me on so many levels. I read this back in July and I'm not sure a single day has gone by that I haven't thought about it in one way or another. It left a mark on me. Several, actually. At the time, it was my first Ann Aguirre book. I've read the second book in the trilogy and loved it nearly as much. I have every intention of going through her YA titles and seeing if I can find a new love there, too.

If you're a fan of new adult books that are as heartfelt as they are sexy, I Want It That Way should be the next book you read. It is, without a doubt, one of my favorite books of 2014 so far. I am so, so, SO glad my friend recommended it to me and put me in contact with the publisher to get an early copy. *Squees* So damn good.

I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 I Want to Give This Book a Hug! 19 septembre 2014
Par Tanya Atkinson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
**4.5 stars**

I fell for this book. Hard. Everything came together for me - the characters, the story, the writing - and it made for a near-perfect reading experience.

Nadia is likeable and relatable - a hard-working college junior studying special education. She has a partial scholarship, a part-time job at a daycare and help from her parents with tuition. She's determined to make them proud and prove that their sacrifice and investment in her was well-placed.

Ty is a single father who works full-time, goes to night school and cares for 4 year old Sam. He's over-worked, over-burdened, and exhasted all the time. Still heartbroken over his relationship with Sam's mother, Ty has sworn off relationships and just gets through each day. While he was initially closed-off and taciturn, he was always straight with Nadia and was actually a real sweetheart who was desperately lonely.

"God. This face, you show me everything." - Ty, Chapter 5

When Nadia moves into the apartment above Ty, neither are looking for a relationship. But a connection is there and the chemistry is off the charts. Ty, determined that he cannot disrupt the delicate balance of his life, suggests going the friends with benefits route and Nadia agrees, even though she's already developing feelings for Ty.

"This face. I could love this face. And everything about the guy that goes along with it." - Nadia, Chapter 8

The main complaint I see about the New Adult genre is that they're all alike. And, sure, there are some common tropes found in some NA. Maybe I've just had good luck in my choices because I've truly enjoyed the NA I've read and I Want It That Way is a great example. No cliches, no overdone tropes, but a solid, original story that felt completely true to life. I loved that Nadia and Ty's relationship did not start in a typical way. This was no fairy tale romance. It's not as if they were even actually dating. Instead there were private talks from the balcony where they slowly revealed pieces of themselves to one another, and the attempt at FWB even though it was obvious both had developed feelings for the other. The issues they faced were in no way typical and made for a deeper, richer story. They found themselves in a situation with no easy solution, no easy answers, and no happy outcome. It wasn't over-dramatized - it was real life.

"Not all love stories end happily. Sometimes they just end." - Nadia, Chapter 10

Aguirre has an incredible gift for dialogue. Unrealistic dialogue is a big pet peeve of mine but there was none of that here. Every line rang true. And the banter, oh, the banter! Between Ty and Nadia, between Nadia and her roommates... so many times I had a huge smile on my face as I read because there was so much witty banter, so many one-liners. I loved it.

My heart soared as Nadia and Ty grew closer and my heart ached as they struggled to transition their affair into something lasting. And by Chapter 22... cue the tears, because this one actually had me reaching for the Kleenex. In my status update around this point I was pleading for a way for things to work out. Kudos Ann Aguirre!

When I finished this book I just wanted to give it a big hug. I highly recommend it and will definitely be picking up As Long As You Love Me when it's released on September 30.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 4.5 stars 18 septembre 2014
Par K. Branfield - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I Want It That Way is the delightfully charming first novel in Ann Aguirre’s new adult 2B Trilogy. This engaging series features college roommates and their sometimes rocky road to happily ever after.

I Want It That Way opens with Nadia Conrad and her friends, Lauren, Max and Angus moving from the dorms into a new apartment. Nadia’s interest is immediately piqued by one of the other tenants, Daniel “Ty” Tyler, but he is definitely giving off a “stay away from me” vibe. Not at all put off by his unfriendliness, Nadia soon learns that Ty is a few years older than she is, and he’s juggling work and night classes while raising his four year old son, Sam, on his own (with a lot of help from his parents). She and Ty become friends and their attraction for one another soon spills over into “friends with benefits” territory.

I absolutely adored Nadia and Ty right from the very beginning of I Want It That Way. Nadia is focused on getting her degree and although she always makes time to hang out with her friends, she is serious about her commitment to school and her job. She is sweet and friendly but she is not a pushover. She genuinely cares for her friends and she is quick to offer a shoulder to cry on when they run into problems. Nadia is pretty unflappable and remains friendly and respectful even when someone is behaving like a jerk (cough, Ty, cough :) ). Speaking of Ty, he is wounded by his past and he has a few insecurities but overall, he is a great guy. He is a wonderful father-fiercely devoted and just a tad over protective. Ty is scarred by how things ended with Sam’s mom, and he has no intention of getting involved in a serious relationship.

I love how Ty and Nadia’s relationship develops over the course of the story. They take the time to get to know one another and Ty reveals things to Nadia that he has never admitted to anyone else. Underlying all of their interactions is a strong sexual tension that both work hard to ignore. They respect one another’s boundaries and they set ground rules when they decide to give into their sexual attraction. Their sex scenes are exquisitely sensual but also very sweet. There is a little bit of an “insta-love” feel from Nadia, but for the most part, the change in their relationship from friends to lovers is believable.

The secondary cast of characters is just as well-developed and likable as Nadia and Ty. Lauren and Nadia have been best friends for most of their lives but an unexpected distance forms between them after their move. Lauren’s story is next and I cannot wait to read it. Their roommate Angus is an absolute doll and although he experiences a relationship crises, everything goes fairly smoothly for him. Poor Max gets his heart broken and I am pretty eager for his book as well.

Although classified as a New Adult romance, I Want It That Way is a wonderful novel that will appeal to readers of all ages. There is very little angst and the characters handle their problems with surprising maturity (most of the time). The plot is refreshing and the characters are engaging, likable and easy to root for. The novel is well-written with a realistic storyline that is quite compelling. All in all, Ann Aguirre’s fabulous 2B Trilogy is off to a strong beginning that will leave fans very impatiently awaiting the next book in the series.

I received a complimentary copy for review.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 You'll Want to Read this Title! 2 septembre 2014
Par Stephanie (LoveLifeRead) - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
This is an excellent addition to the exploding new adult book market. This book appealed to me on so many levels--from believable characters, to the heart-wrenching journey and the laugh-out-loud moments in between it all, this book has been one of the best New Adult stories I have read.

Not just a typical love story, I appreciated the friendship that developed between Nadia and Daniel first before the undeniable chemistry that took it to another level. Both are serious, hardworking individuals and know what they want from their lives--almost to a fault. At times I wanted to yell at them that they are both too stubborn. (Boy, would my husband laugh at that statement)

I also love the family dynamics that were woven into the story. Nadia and her parents have a strong relationship but you can see that there is an added pressure on Nadia's behalf to live up to being the first to graduate college. There is an expectation to better herself because she knows how much her parents have sacrificed to help make her dreams come true. This has obviously led to some tension between her and her brother, Rob.

Family dynamics is apart of Daniel's family as well. Of course there is Ty, his son, as well as with his supportive family. He is reluctant to explore any relationship with any woman after what happened with his ex-girlfriend. And while I do not want to spoil this title for anyone (what is the fun in that--you NEED to purchase the book and read it for yourself), you can understand why Daniel feels this way, but you want him to change his mind. Ms. Aguirre could have taken it down a typical path but she did not and I appreciated the twist on the usual tropes.

Lastly--the roommates! Nadia's roommates in I Want it That Way are fantastic. At times they provide support, a reality check and great laugh out loud moments that we all need in our lives. I am intrigued by them and want to get to know them more. With this being the first book in a trilogy, I am looking forward to learning more about each of their stories while also hoping to catch more glances of Daniel and Nadia's relationship. I cannot wait to read As Long as You Love Me--releasing on September 30th.
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