Monday, January 16, 2017


Title: A Beautiful Idea
Series: Beautiful #1
Author: Emily McKee
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* Book #1 in the Beautiful Series *

Isabelle Clark always had ideas, but that’s all they ever were . . . until now.

She grew up in a world filled with poverty and hatred from the person who gave birth to her and had decided she would finally make her ideas a reality.

After moving away to college as a junior she ran into the University of Maryland’s walking one-night stand. Literally.

Ryder Mitchell was every girl’s wet dream all in one muscled, tattooed, pierced, baseball playing package. He thought he had the life: going to school, tattooing people by day, and giving girls the best orgasms of their life by night. 

When he found out that Financial Aid didn’t fully cover Isabelle’s room and board Ryder had an idea: Isabelle should move in with him.

On the outside everybody sees Isabelle as a quiet bookworm and Ryder as a player, both on and off the baseball diamond. They soon learn who the other truly is. 

Either way, they’re about to realize this idea was a beautiful one.

    

Iz is finally leaving the home with her mother and going to college. When she gets there she doesn't expect to make real friends, and she really doesn't expect to literally run into Ryder, a guy who wouldn't normally take a second glance at her, but someone these two hit it off and become friends. 

Iz is really blind when it comes to how Ryder sees her, and he's not sure at all how to go about what he's feeling other than changing his ways, and showing her. 

As their friendship continues, things get even more complicated between them, but they continue to stay strong even with things messing with them. 

This book was actually a huge surprise. I enjoyed the hero and heroine a whole heck of a lot. 
I really loved how the heroine handled her situation, and the issues with Ryder. I also loved how they became so close first before they ever tried for more. It was really a beautiful romance. 

I also enjoyed the plot line a whole lot too. It was very interesting, and made the book very good! 

Overall, I thought this one was very good, but my favorite was the romance between the hero and heroine! 
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