mercredi 31 juillet 2013

Racing to Love : Jesse’s Soul (Racing to love 2) by Amy Gregory

Hello to all,


                       July will bein the past in a few hours and i didn't see the time flying...so many thing to do so little time. Now in June i've forgotten to post a sport romance like i intended to, to keep up with the challenge hosted by Anna so this month i was adamant to read one....i wanted to keep introducing author new to me but i had forgotten that July was the month when a new book, in a series i loved was released... so i had to be up to date for this event...the release of the third book in the Racing to Love series by Amy Gregory that will have Eli has a main character...

So before i get back to a new author and then eventually to other books in series that i've started already i needed to give you my opinion on Jesse's Soul...let just said you will need tissue because it's a really emotional reads but the romance is sweet and you will be happy to follow this author.


Happy Reading!
Publisher: Sapphire Star Publishing
Publication: 2012
Genre: sport romance
Violence: none

Language: normal
sex: mild
Public: 18+
Source: won

Short description from goodreads :

 Jesse Frost lived the life most men would kill for. Fast bikes, fame, money, and looks. He hadn’t thought much about those things throughout his career. He was just an easy-going guy from Texas who always worked hard for everything he got in life. He’d been the shy guy in school, so when the prom queen found him years later, he thought he had finally made it. Her mirage, however, left him empty and certain there was no one that wanted him just for the man inside.

Emery Kincaid has a last name that is revered in their world. A woman in a man’s world and succeeding, Irish through and through, she has the temper and sass to boot and a reputation that precedes her. She has remained strong because she’s had no other choice. The pain she masks runs deep and hiding it is the only way she can survive.

Thrown together and forced to be in each other’s space day in and day out, sparks start to fly—from chemistry and the brakes she tries desperately to throw on. Without a doubt, Jesse thinks he’s found her, but the girl that stole his heart has a stubborn streak a country mile wide.


What Jesse doesn’t know could break his heart. Hiding her true feelings for him is the only way for Emery to protect him and in turn—herself. She barely made it out the first time. If she let Jesse in and he walked away…well, that’s a risk her heart can’t take.

My opinion:
          Moving…Amy Gregory is really talented to mix sport romance with other topic to make not only a sweet romance but one really moving…it’s hard not to want to shed a tear at some points but i really appreciate how open she made Jesse… he is really a formidable hero.. protective, loving and “going alpha” only when it’s needed.
He is really a good guy with a warming personality (which has always amused me with his last name: Frost) and here we saw how honourable he is, despite hurting - because let be honest i would have wanted to punch the prom queen, to tell all the city what she has done, as you would more than probably.-and he will never take it on on his friends, partners and family. No, mister suffer alone or at least try. He does deserve an happy end so when you read how long and what it takes, you can only admire him and at the same time a little part tell you that yes it’s unfair but only him could do it.

Emery is really an epitome of the Irish girl and you better not to mess with her. Having grown in a men,’s world she know she must have a strong front but when tragedy strikes it’s not a wall she build but a complete bunker. She never expected to feel welcome on the team, even less on such a short notice. Yes Reid is her father but despite being a Kincaid and the best at what she does, she still is a female…however the gang isn’t just a bunch of guys, they are good persons and soon the majority see behind her shell … Molly becomes quickly the friend she never had but even more than that, she becomes like a sisters and with her pushing her to Jesse, Emery can’t win the fight to keep it only professional between them, even less when Jesse sees right through her.
What most don’t know, or at least at first, is what Emery suffered and endured… Amy Gregory really managed to make all the suffering lost of hope stand out but with behind a strong girl, mature and who deserves love.
I can relate to Emery a lot, and i’m sad she is mostly suffering because of what society tends to put forwards as the most important or even as mandatory without taking into account what real life can be. I think this story could really help some girls and women to find hope again, like Emery because for each of us there a special one, we just have to find him ( or her)

One bonus was to find Molly and Carter and to see how things have evolved since book 1, and also all the gang is there Reid, Eli, Brody and some new ones to makes us hope for several more books^^

I did cry with this book, i got angry at how unfair some people and things can be but also i hoped, i dreamed and i smiled so if you want a excellent sport romance albeit a really, really emotional one, you should give this one a try. It could be read as stand alone without trouble but I would recommend to read book 1 since it will give you a deeper understanding of all the secondary characters.

Score:  4/5

Disclaimer: All opinions are my own and no compensation was received in exchange for this review


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