Publish date: November 29th 2012
Pages no: 286
Edition language: English
Series: Clayton Falls (#2)
Possibly reading this in another time and place, I might have given it a three, but just needing something to get me through some travel time, this was a good choice for me. Was it anything mind-blowingly original? No. Was it amazingly written? No. But for what it was, it was good and it kept me ent...
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It took me some time to work myself up to read VEER. I wasn't absolutely crazy about DERAILED (book 1 of the series) but I was dying to know what happens with Gavin and Becca. Every time I would pass by it on my nook I knew I just needed to dive in and read the darn thing. But I was scared. There I ...
So I really liked Derailed, it is New Adult Contemporary Romance through and through... so I was so excited to read Veer, especially because I was was able to read it right after Derailed and I was still stuck in Clayton Falls with everyone.Veer is the story of Becca and Gavin, and trust me it is su...
I really enjoyed Derailed, the first book in this series, but I honestly couldn't stand Gavin. When I heard this was his book, I was intrigued, but also a bit nervous going into it. I really wanted to know more about Becca though, and I was hoping that Gavin could redeem himself in my eyes. It took ...