Northridge After eighteen years of being homeschooled and isolated from the world Wesley Kent finally gets a chance at freedom when he s accepted to Northridge University The news overwhelms his psychologically

  • Title: Northridge
  • Author: Jace Payne
  • ISBN: 9781682520154
  • Page: 324
  • Format: ebook
  • After eighteen years of being homeschooled and isolated from the world, Wesley Kent finally gets a chance at freedom when he s accepted to Northridge University The news overwhelms his psychologically unstable mother, pushing her toward a violent breakdown But despite the episode, Wesley arrives in Northridge and meets Bryce, a sexy upperclassman and his new roommate.TheAfter eighteen years of being homeschooled and isolated from the world, Wesley Kent finally gets a chance at freedom when he s accepted to Northridge University The news overwhelms his psychologically unstable mother, pushing her toward a violent breakdown But despite the episode, Wesley arrives in Northridge and meets Bryce, a sexy upperclassman and his new roommate.The pair struggle, unsuccessfully, to disregard their hormone fueled attraction toward each other Wesley soon discovers a secret box buried in the nearby woods The contents ignite a dangerous chain of events which threatens to extinguish their new romance along with their lives.

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    1. RATED BROKEN HEART--DNF at 43%, then I cut to the last 10% to read the endingI had to dust off my very rarely used DNF card on Northridge. Because the telling, the weird details, the distancing from the blurb was becoming a chore to read. I'll make this as quick as possible and list my issues.But maybe this review might help find the right sort of reader. I'm just not the one. There are plenty of popular authors whose technique of telling are similar to this. Maybe their readers/fans might want [...]

    2. I received a copy of this title to read and review for Wicked ReadsDNF: automatic 3 stars. The writing style wasn't to my tastes. Wesley was too emotionless, with stilted, wooden 1st person narration. After eighteen years of being with his agoraphobic, mentally ill mother 24/7, he's preparing to board away at school. Knowing his departure will harm his mother's fragile mental state, he goes anyway. I'm not against this, as Wesley has a right to live his life. What he has no right in doing is how [...]

    3. Wes was off to college and away from home for the first time. He ended up getting more than he bargained for.Wes was pretty isolated from a young age by his mother. He'd recently been accepted to Northridge University and was excited for his chance to be on his own. His mom didn't take the news so well. She suffered from some serious psychological problems and had a breakdown when he left her.When he arrived at college, he met up with his new roommate, Bryce. They're staying in a house off-campu [...]

    4. A Joyfully Jay review. 2 starsI’m just going to say from the start that this book was not for me. I had serious issues with the logic, plot, and love story, and that’s a shame because the premise was so intriguing.I kinda wanted to throw in the towel on this book. I felt like Wes was so wooden a character and Bryce was too clingy, and the other people they met—mind you this entire book takes place in the week prior to classes beginning—were caricatures. The drunk rapist frat boy. The got [...]

    5. I know that I read the blurb for this book before starting it and had found something interesting. I couldn’t remember what I had read at all though. So, I sat down to read without knowing anything about what I was taking on. Therefore, I was pleasantly surprised to find romance, action, and a bit of paranormal. This book was really fun to read. I loved the characters. I loved the setting. I loved the storyline. Sure there were one or two things such as how quick the romance and love came abou [...]

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