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by Sophie Jordan on December 27, Tired of feeling bad, she's ready to change her image, and go a little wild. What better way to prove her ex wrong. Hoda Mahmoud. Hey does anyone have ally carter see how they run in epub Written by: Sophie Jordan Expand text Wild: The Ivy Chronicles Written by. Wild. The Ivy Chronicles (Series). Book 3. Sophie Jordan Author Merritt Hicks Narrator (). cover image of Wild · Wild. The Ivy Chronicles (Series). Book 3.
Share Description A good girl goes fabulously bad in the final book in New York Times bestselling author Sophie Jordans sexy New Adult romance series, in which three Ivy League suite-mates seek higher knowledge of just how far they can go. Months after her boyfriend dumped her, Georgia can still hear the insults he hurled at her. Tired of feeling bad, shes ready to change her image, and go a little wild. What better way to prove her ex wrong than a hot night of sexual adventure at the secret campus kink club? In the shadowy den of the kink club, she unexpectedly runs into Logan Mulvaney, her friends little brother. A player extraordinaire too hot for his own good, he may be younger, but the guy is light years ahead when it comes to sexual experience. Now hes telling her to go homegood girls dont belong here!
Dark, thrilling and unrelentingly eerie, Afterlight will take you deep into the heart of a dangerous love story, revealing the otherworldly--and deadly--pull of past wrongs that only the living can put right. But it's Sophie's narrative tone that stays with the reader; this courageous and believably flawed outcast is a memorable heroine. Her insistent focus on murders of people at society''s fringes and the ability of teen girls to right truly foul injustices are both most welcome Readers will hold out hope for a second installment set in Lim''s richly imagined world.
Will have teens rooting for Sophie to save the day, help Eve, and make them believe ghosts exist. There is also something compelling about Rebecca Lim''s characters, none of whom fit a cookie-cutter mould.
It doesn''t help that she''s six feet tall and built like a beanpole with a shock of wild red hair. The one person keen to spend time with her, is "Eve," a beautiful and forceful ghost, who starts making nightly appearances in Sophie''s bedroom. Sophie isn''t sure why or how--but she knows Eve won''t stop haunting her until she finds out. Rebecca is the author of ten other books for children and young adult readers, including The Astrologer''s Daughter Text, From the acclaimed author of the Mercy series and The Astrologer's Daughter.
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Sophie isn't sure why or how but she knows Eve won't stop haunting her until she finds out. Not at her old school, nor at the one, which she's started since her parents died in a freak motorbike accident. Don't get close and, for heaven's sake, don't fall in love with them. And then along came Shaw.
He was everything she never went for - dark, dangerous, maybe a tad bad, and capable of taking away Em's well-earned control. But, Emerson's been hurt in the past and has decided that not falling in love is the answer. Not even Shaw can change her mind on that one. Emerson was introduced in the first Ivy Chronicles book which followed Reece and Pepper's path to love. Emerson is one of Pepper's best friends, and I have to say, she seemed different in Foreplay The Ivy Chronicles 1 when we were looking at her through Pepper's eyes.
Emerson seemed to be a very "grab life by the horns" kind of girl. In Tease, Emerson was painted more of an avoider. She parties hard, uses guys and doesn't get close to people just so that she doesn't care about them too much. Because when you care about someone too much, and then they leave, it can sort of destroy you. Honestly, the Tease Emerson was more annoying than the Foreplay Emerson.
She toyed with Shaw's emotions more than I usually like - there was a lot of pull and push from her, which became frustrating at times. Shaw and Emerson meet when he steps in and saves her from a bad situation in a bar. He was chivalrous and kind and totally hot. And Emerson treats him like crap because she's attracted to him. What the what? There's a lot of snarky banter between them which is endearing and funny.
Emerson fights her attraction to Shaw by unleashing her inner bitch and Shaw takes it and then some. He seems to be able to detect that she's running away from something and not genuinely a mean person. And that is just one of the many reasons that I love Shaw. Dude - he was awesome.
He put up with way more from Emerson than most men would. It's almost as if he knew she needed him as much as he needed her in his life. He has tats and is a former military man. He is good in a fight and with bikes. He's totally the different type of guy that Emerson usually goes for. And he works really hard at changing her mind.
He slowly draws her out of her protective shell. I loved their hobbies. Emerson is an art major at college. She paints and draws and uses her painting as her outlet.
I love that about her. It was a dichotomy - she's not a soft, feely kind of girl, which is what painting seems as if it would be to me. I guess it's her one opportunity to be that kind of girl since she doesn't allow herself to feel that way with people. And, Shaw is a motorcycle guy. He can build them from the ground up, which is also really cool.
So, he's sort of an artist too. They really do work well together despite Emerson's denial. The sexual tension between the two is completely palatable, and when they finally give into it, OMG. It was awesome. Very well written and super sexy and sweet. It was my second favorite part of this book.
My most favorite is how Shaw fought to win Emerson's heart. I'd be willing to bet you'll love it too. If you haven't started this totally excellent new adult series by Sophie Jordan, I suggest you get started on it. Although Tease can be read as a standalone, we do catch up with Pepper and Reece from book 1, so why not read Foreplay too while you're at it?
Dec 22, Kristin rated it really liked it Shelves: Emerson is what everyone considers a tease. She lures a guy in, whispers naughty nothings into his ear, and then leaves him hanging. From the outside people would consider Emerson a privileged rich girl but she's really not. In fact, it isn't until she's left stranded at a sketch biker bar, thus putting her in the path of Shaw, that you realize she isn't what she seems. She's hiding a lot of dark secrets and it isn't until Shaw comes into her life that she finds herself want Emerson is what everyone considers a tease.
She's hiding a lot of dark secrets and it isn't until Shaw comes into her life that she finds herself wanting to open up to someone. Emerson was kind of a frustrating character. I mean, she played a dicey game by always leading guys on all the time. The sad thing was, she set out to do it. It wasn't like she went out and started to hook up with someone only to change her mind.
She actually liked the game she played by "being in control" when she turned them down at and walked away. She'd go to a bar and accept drinks from guys, flirt with them, maybe kiss them, dance with them, and then "buh-bye", leave with her friends or move on to another guy.
I will honestly say that while her character was frustrating in that regard, I also kind of liked her. She comes from a family with wealth and should get everything handed to her on a silver platter.
However, you soon realize that she is kind of estranged from her family and wants to make it on her own. And I really admired her for that. Shaw was by far the best part of the story. Not because he's a guy, or because he's THE guy in the story, but because he was genuinely a nice person.
He sees this prim girl at a biker bar, drunk off her butt, deserted by her so-called "friends" and he takes it upon himself to escort her home. He sees all the biker dudes leering at her and knows she's not safe and instead of staying to enjoy his night, he spends the night taking care of someone else. Then when they bump into each other later in the book, the same thing happens.
He swoops in and rescues her from a bad situation. He was always there for her and always had her back even when she was a complete brat to him. I just genuinely liked his character. While this is the second in the series, it's the first book I've read from it. The previous book dealt with Emerson's friend. I didn't feel like I was left out by not reading the previous book. And honestly, the only reason why I read this book first is because my library only has the second and third book in the series.
Weird, I know So, hopefully they get it in so that I can read it because I really enjoyed this book and Pepper's character. So, I know I would really enjoy her story. I actually finished this book within a handful of hours. It's a short read but it was a good one. I would definitely recommend it to anyone looking for a contemporary new adult.
There's nothing flashy or fancy going on, it's your basic new adult romance, but it's well written and entertaining. These two definitely have chemistry and the banter between them was amusing. So yeah, even though it kind of fits the new adult mold, it's still an entertaining read. Apr 10, Karen rated it liked it Shelves: I adored Foreplay book 1 of the Ivy Chronicles. I felt that it stood a step above the onslaught of NA that was all angst, all the time with very little real life conflict.
Sadly, Tease was no Foreplay. While the sexual encounters did serve the plot of Tease, they also overpowered it. Emerson and Shaw are hot together and obviously it is more than just sex in the end but they both have issues that haunt them but the hot sex kind of solves it all. Especially with Emerson although there is a nice twist to her story.
I also liked how it explored what a woman vs a man can get away with sexually. How a man is just getting around but a girl is a cocktease. Emerson was a complex, sometimes off-putting character. She insists how in control she always is but then continually gets herself in situations where she is very much out of control. It's troubling and scary how many times it happens. She keeps needing to be rescued by Shaw and then gets mad that he feels the need to rescue her. She's definitely a frustrating character but I got it and I liked her in the end.
Although once again view spoiler [the issue of sexual trauma is solved with - sex! This aspect was handled very poorly and almost as an afterthought except when it came to Emerson's sex life and to spur some drama for her and Shaw.
It's more of a catalyst to kick Emerson's feelings into high gear. He was a generic romance hero. Nice but nothing special. There is one scene between them that made me so angry.
We are told how he can really see her and how observant he is from being in the military. Yet he misses this REALLY big sign and instead the moment leads to a yet another hot sexual encounter hide spoiler ] There's this thing I find in NA maybe that's an unfair generalization, but it's where I see this the most where we're told this relationship is NOT based on looks or sex but when there's very little conversation and we hear repeatedly how hot Shaw is, I don't know.
I'm not sure the relationship has the same impact for me. Tease is not a bad book. It's just more of the NA I'm used to rather than surprising me the way Foreplay did. I do have very high hopes for Georgia's story in Wild.
View 1 comment. Mar 08, Desirae rated it did not like it Shelves: This was an uncomfortable reading experience for me. It had nothing to do with the NA category, the sex scenes, or the writing itself. My loathing for this book can be summed up in one word: Maybe I'm fickle, but I get very touchy when it comes to the portrayal of woman who have gone through sexual abuse.
This is something that an author does perfectly, or falls so shamelessly short of the mark that it stunns me. Books like The Never List and The Feathered Bone caused me to go into a book throwing rage because of how unrealistic recovery and daily life can be for a woman who's gone through these types of traumas.
I'm not going to give Tease any leniency because of its genre. Emerson was ridiculous and devoid of authenticity. She flings herself around from man to man as a prophetic "cock tease," and acts like a spoilt rich brat to her friends. She comes across as vapid, spineless, and annoying, yet she harbours a wealth of untapped artistic ability. In the hands of a stronger writer, this could have been literary gold, but Sophie Jordan simply does not have the writing talent to truly pull this off.
Because I hated Emerson so much, I couldn't feel any sympathy for her struggles either past, present, or future and her relationship with Shaw felt trite and awkward. When I read Foreplay a couple of years ago I neither hated nor loved it, it was the definition of an average 3 star rating for me. Going into this next installment I was hoping for improvement from its predecessor, but this one absolutely missed the mark.
Mar 08, Jen rated it it was amazing. I've already told Sophie that Shaw is mine.
I claim him. The rest of y'all can take a number and get in line. Don't worry though, there are cupcakes to keep you busy. Past experience has taught her that love is more trouble than it's worth and often results in hurt, so what's the point? Being in control is better, easier, even with the not so nice reputation. What I've already told Sophie that Shaw is mine. Even though she's kissed exactly one guy, she has the perfect plan to go from novice to rock star in the bedroom: Her college roommates have the perfect teacher in mind.
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