Push the Envelope by Rochelle Paige
Series: Blythe College, #1
Age Range: Adult Audience
Format: ebook, 180 pages
Source: My Copy
Published on December 19th 2013 by Rochelle Paige
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Looking for an alpha male in your new adult romance read? You just found one. Alexa is just your average college junior, attending classes and piloting Mile High Club charter flights. Boys haven’t been on her radar for a couple years after a disastrous breakup with her high school sweetheart. Her plans to focus on school hit a bit of a snag when she meets bad-boy Drake Bennett and he sets his sights on making her his own. Drake transferred to Blythe College for the rugby team, not for a new assortment of college girls. He’s sexy and cocky, and he attracts women like moths to a flame. When he meets Alexa, Drake knows he’s met his match. She tries to resist him, but Drake isn’t used to taking no for an answer. This is the first book in the Blythe College series by Amazon Bestselling Author Rochelle Paige. Push the Envelope does not have a cliffhanger.
I was honestly surprised how much I enjoyed this book since I don’t have good experience with free eBooks. I was just searching any college book for my Romanceopoly challenge and this one sounded interesting.
I was honestly jealous about Alexa’s relationship with her dad. I wish I could even have normal conversations with my dad without any insults. They even pilot planes together and he was ready to loose a client for her.
I didn’t really like Alexa’s best friend Audrey (or was it Aubrey? I’m bad with names so sorry if I write it incorrectly) most of the book. It’s not like she was acting like a bad friend but she was always telling Alexa that she owned her, like that time she went upstairs to hang out instead of staying in the party. She proved to be a good friend in the end.
Jackson acts pretty hot and cold with Alexa at first because of a misunderstanding. It’s a college book and because Jackson is so popular I was waiting for other shoe to drop any minute while reading but I was pleasantly surprised how little drama it had.
I really liked this book and Jackson was ready to do anything for her. I liked how they relationship developed. I’m just glad that they didn’t make up like two seconds after the misunderstanding happened.