(A Ritter University Novel)
Publication date: January 26th 2016
Genres: Contemporary, New Adult, Romance
Megan Stewart has always been the good girl, living her life imprisoned by others’ expectations, always doing what’s she’s told, waiting for her life to begin. Going to Ritter University is her chance to break away. Her new beginning. To finally get the life she wants. But somehow she’s falling into the same patterns, the same habits. She never takes a chance. Never takes a risk …until Danny.
Danny Jones is the kind of guy every parent fears— tattoos and all kinds of sex appeal, wrapped up in trouble. No one knows the things he’s seen, the things he’s done. They haven’t lived through the shit he’s lived through or earned the scars he has to show for it. No one knows, because he’s never had the time or the desire to let anyone in…until Megan.
They are all wrong for each other, but they can’t stop themselves from rushing in.
Rushing In by Vanessa M. Knight
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
This is book 4th book in the Ritter University series. This book can be read as a standalone novel. For reader enjoyment and understanding, I recommend reading this series in order.
Megan and Danny have mutual friends and are often at the same parties. They may be worlds apart but the attraction is still a live wire between them. The sparks are sure flying whenever they both are near.
Danny may be bad, but he makes Megan feel so good. After the winter break, they find it hard to be near one another. Underneath it all the attraction simmers. Can two stressed out college kids find love where they least expect it?
Such a compelling book. The story takes you to understand the past and the pain for both main characters. All of your favorites are still there, as well. I am loving this series.
***This ARC copy was given in exchange for an honest review.
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