Friday, March 11, 2016


Title: Before Hadley
Author: J. Nathan
Rating: 

What's worse than a cocky new guy at school? A cocky new guy with a killer body and the attention of every female at school. Hadley can tell the minute she lays eyes on Caynan that he's someone to avoid. He may have looks and charm, but he's also got heartbreak written all over his pretty face.

Unfortunately for Hadley, Caynan has his sights set on her. She's the one girl who doesn't want him. The one girl who's turned off by his charm. The one girl who challenges him like no other. And, though she couldn't possibly know the truth about him, she seems to be the one girl who really sees him. 

But with Caynan, things aren't at all what they seem. His secrets have secrets and everything out of his mouth straddles the line between truth and fiction. He knows better than to get involved with anyone, especially with his time limited in the new town, but he just can't seem to get Hadley out of his mind. Too bad for him, secrets never remain secrets for long.

     

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Before Hadley begins with us learning a little bit about Hadley and a lot about Caynan. He's the new guy at school who gets every girl and seems to be an all around playboy. Hadley knows that it's bad news getting with him, so she does the only thing she can think of stay away from him. But Caynan is not easily put off by her, and the more he learns about her the more he realizes he has to have her. However, he's hiding a lot of things that could bring them both down in the end. 

This book starts out pretty interesting, but then I got a little bit bored with it. I liked the over all story line, but was annoyed with the relationship between Hadley and Caynan. And Caynan and his father. That just irritated me a whole lot. 

Other than that it was a very interesting read and I liked it! 
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