Saturday, October 12, 2013
Embrace by S.E. Hall Review
Evan Allen is a handsome, athletic, southern gentleman who now attends Georgia Southern University for no good reason.
After what he expected to be the romantic gesture of the century, Evan is looking at no friends, a year of ineligibility on the football team, and no girl.
He's starting over alone and doesn't know quite how to proceed. Certain members of The Crew refuse to let him face things by himself, taking him under their wing, and it doesn't take the ladies long to notice him, either.
Sometimes life doesn't go as you had planned. Sometimes it goes better.
Embrace, the second book in the Evolve Series by S.E. Hall, follows the characters from her debut New Adult romance, Emerge.
My Review: 5 stars
This was a really good book. It was nice to be able to check back in with Laney and Dane, but also to find out what happened with Evan. Sawyer took Evan under his wing at the end of the last book, and that was cool. Evan tries to get over Laney by dating other girls; that was hilarious. We got to see peeks inside of Laney and Dane's relationship, and they're still good. Bennet and Tate are also doing just fine, which is awesome. I love that Laney and Evan find their way back to their friendship and support each other still. The girl that Evan finds out is for him - that one's a shocker!! But I totally loved it. It was so sweet to see how respectful towards women Evan is and how doesn't really tolerate that kind of talk - no matter to whom it's directed. That's actually how Evan find the girl that he tries so hard not to fall for. Because she just can't be the one, right? I LOVED the end of this book and am so looking forward to seeing how Sawyer meets his match in the next book, not to mention the novella for Laney and Dane. The last line in this book is awesome and I can't wait to see how Sawyer makes his moves!
About the Author:
S.E.Hall resides in Arkansas with her husband of 17 years and 3 beautiful daughters. When not in the stands watching her ladies play softball, she enjoys reading YA and NA romance.