In Too Deep by Michelle Kemper Brownlow

13 Jun

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Published June 2013

Gracie has just finished her freshman year of college in Memphis when she takes a job at a local pizza joint in her home town of McKenzie, Tennessee. She is the epitome of innocence when she meets Noah. Noah is unabashedly handsome, intriguingly reckless and just cocky enough to be sexy. Gracie’s instincts tell her to stay far away from him and based on the stories she hears from her co -workers he leaves broken hearts in his wake. But still, she can’t explain her fascination with him. Noah puts aside his bad boy ways when what he thought was a summer crush has him unexpectedly falling in love. But soon after Gracie transfers to UT Knoxville to be with Noah, their unexpected love becomes riddled with anger, deceit and humiliation. Jake, Noah’s former roommate and Gracie’s best friend, can no longer be a bystander. Gracie’s world falls out from beneath her and when she breaks she turns to Jake for strength. As Jake talks her through a decision she’s not yet strong enough to make, together they uncover a truth so ugly neither of them is prepared for its fallout. Will Jake pull, her to the surface or is Gracie Jordan finally In Too Deep?

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“Review”

This books focus on how damaging a relationship can be & how far we’re willing to go even when it should be obvious that is time to let go. You will also see Gracie falling for gentle, loving, selfless Jake 😉 whish is a very good thing because I didn’t like Noah one bit & there were times in the book when I wished he would have been in front of me so I could do what Gracie couldn’t, but I could relate because when in love sometimes we don’t realize that the person we are in love with don’t feel the same & all they do is use that love in order to get what they want. Wrong, Wrong, Wrong…….

In the book Jake is Gracie’s rock & the person that gives her the strength & courage to end it with Noah once for all.

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Reviewed by Maria.

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2 Responses to “In Too Deep by Michelle Kemper Brownlow”

  1. Bill Chance June 13, 2013 at 11:33 pm #

    Interesting review – that’s quite an arresting cover photo.

    Thanks for sharing.

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