Friday, December 7, 2012

Every Which Way by calia Read

 Our 4.5star review

**may contain spoilers***

I finished this book two days ago and I haven't stopped thinking about it. In a very good way. I honestly loved the book. This book tells the story of Sev and the Sloan brothers. Sev first notices Thayer Sloan at the coffee shop with her best friend. Thayer is the star basketball player at their college and Sev seems to be the only girl who doesn't know who he is. She knows his type, player. And the kind of guy she should stay away from. Then she sees his brother Macsen, he is the quiet shy type and the guy who is safe in Sev's mind. Thayer and Mac may be brothers but there is a lot of tension and a past between them. They don't like each other.
I will admit the beginning of this book was a little frustrating  for me and maybe it's because I didn't see the chemistry between Sev and Mac which could be  because I wanted her with Thayer. Selfish of me I know. But I saw more of a connection with her and Thayer.

There was a lot of tension between Sev and Thayer and it could be sexual tension but they also challenged each other. Mac was the safe choice for her and the guy she thought was right for her. While I think Thayer wanted to be with Sev and truly loved her,  he backed off and was there in the shadows if things went wrong. She chose Mac and he would have to accept it.  of course until certain events take place, and Thayer is there to help her pick up the pieces.  (oh how I love Thayer)

Thayer and Mac are two very complicated characters and Sev has managed has managed to fall for both of them.  I loved the relationship between Thayer and Sev,  They were hot, cute, sweet and adorable together.  there was one moment when she went to watch him play basketball that was just the sweetest thing and while it was a simple action it made my heart melt for the two of them.  I am not going to tell you what it was, you will have to read. 

This book is about a love triangle involving two brothers. But this book was also about first impressions and perceptions that you have of people. They aren't always what you think. And the choices people make based on those perceptions aren't always the right choices. In the end she made her choice and in my opinion she made the right one. The end left doors open for the next book which I cannot wait to read.  Calia Read did and awesome job with this book and I cannot wait for Macsen's story. 

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