Friday, February 24, 2017

Review: Pin Me Down

Pin Me Down Pin Me Down by Holly Dodd
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Final Score - 5 Stars!

This is the second book in this series and I have to say - WOAH!

We were introduced to Regi and his man-whore self in the first book (back when Jo was trying to get his attention). The object of Regi's affections is Mia (Jo's best friend), but Mia is hiding her true feelings and has pushed Regi out of her life, in the romantic sense.

What we learn in their backstory is that Regi and Mia have been fighting their feelings since High School. Regi fell in love with Mia before heading off to college but Mia had sworn off love. These two head off to separate colleges but are brought back together due to circumstances - I call it divine intervention. Regi has tried to move on from Mia, with disastrous results. He just can't find anyone he wants to be with more than Mia. However, Regi may have just blown any chance when hooks up with Lucia...

Mia isn't interested in relationships at all. She has sworn off love after seeing her mother and father's relationship spiral into a life pain, misery, alcoholism and abuse. She tries pushing Jo and Regi together because she knows if they hook up she can push him away forever. Then one night at the Brewhouse everything changes and she finds Regi with his latest conquest.

Will this be the one thing she will never be able to forgive him for or will this be a wake up call for them both? When Jo gives Regi some much needed advice, will he take it and fight for what he wants? When Jo gives Mia the same advice, will this be what breaks through to Mia? How will other events that happen change everything for these two, will love prevail?

I love Ms. Dodd's outlook on college life and the inner working of collegiate mind. This book is such a #OneClick because it is, in one work - HOT!!! Regi will steal your heart and make you want to smack Mia when she doesn't fall in line! I can't wait for the next book in the series (there's an event that just choked me up) and I want to see what happens in the aftermath of it.
 

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