Monday, November 18, 2013

Book Review: Infatuated by Elle Jordan

You can't hide from love...even when you want to.

When I took a job as a bartender at Hanson's to help pay for my classes, the last thing I expected to find was Kale Wilder. He's sexy, smart, and he makes me smile and laugh faster than anyone ever has. More importantly, he makes me believe in Mr. Right.

But Kale came to the wrong place at the wrong time, because someone else has his eyes on me. Someone who watches my every move.

Kale's the only one I want, but the more I feel for him, the more I fear for my safety. Because the other guy is getting closer and doesn't want to share. He's made it clear if he can't have me, no one can.

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** I was given an ARC in exchange for an honest review. ** 

Ally is a college student working in a bar owned by a family friend and lives in the apartments across the street. Earl, a patron of the bar and apparently the town's perfect citizen, has taken an unnatural interest in Ally. While she is trying to avoid Earl, Ally meets Kale, a leather jacket wearing mechanic. The two begin a relationship even though Kale is keeping secrets about his past. Kale believes that Earl is stalking Ally while the rest of the town doesn't. Ally decides to leave town and everyone in it, including Kale, behind. But, Earl has other plans for Ally. 

This book was a great read. You knew who Ally's stalker was from the beginning. The dramatic part was waiting for someone to take her seriously and punish Earl. The relationship between Kale and Ally, while juvenile at times, demonstrates two people trying to love who are scared of their pasts and their presents. The ending was a perfect way to end the story. I really don't think there was another way to end it that would do it justice. 

I give Infatuated ★ ★ ★ ★ ★

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