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I've said it before, and I'll say it again...a narrator can make or break a story. This book is a prime example of a pretty good story that became a mediocre listening experience, solely because the male main characters voice was so bad that I wanted to cover my ears. By all accounts, he should have been a very sexy character. However, I'm pretty sure the narrator for his character made my ovaries shrivel up.

If you can overlook horrible narration or, better yet, you choose to read the story vs. listening, it is actually pretty good. In fact, it might have even been pretty great. I definitely would've given this story a 4-star rating if it hadn't been for the fact that I listened to the Audible edition and Jaxon's voice was so off-putting.

This is the first YA/NA that I've read in awhile. I find that the youthful, "everything's the end of the world" thinking and immaturity has started to grate on my nerves more than it used to. It's a "not you, it's me" type of thing. My tastes have just changed some.

That being said, I do still enjoy a book in this romance sub-genre every once in a while. After all, variety is the spice of life! Sometimes a shallow, "fluffy" read is just what I need to offset the darker reads that I prefer.

'Beautiful Broken Rules' was like many other college-aged romances in a lot of ways. Big man on campus smitten with pretty girl, lots of partying, strong supporting characters/friends, back and forth drama.--You know the drill.

Yet, there were some pretty big differences in this story that made it stand out from the rest. Most noticeably, the heroine had slept with most of the school's guys. No slut-shaming here, but Emerson was extremely promiscuous. I pitied her. There are very few authors that do a good job of selling a heroine with so little self-respect, but Kimberly Lauren did.

Of course, there is a deep, dark emotional reason for Emerson's risky sexual behavior. Before you go there, I'll let you know that it has nothing to do with sexual abuse either. Nope, this girl has chosen sex as her coping tool. She's set some rules to prevent her from ever getting to attached to any one particular person. In essence, she's a slut by design.

Jaxon is the new, football star on campus. He has girls fawning over him day and night, but he's only interested in the beautiful girl who walked out of a fraternity house without her shirt on when he first arrived. Yep, "Mr. Perfect" was drawn to her confident demeanor as she did the walk of shame! From that point forward, he decided that he was going to get Emerson to break her stupid rules.

Along the way, there was plenty of angst and drama. Jaxon has his own skeletons and his past comes back to haunt him. They spend plenty of time working against each other also. It's like they just can't get in sync with one another. He's hot, she's cold and vice versa.

While their on and off behavior was incredibly frustrating at times, it certainly kept things interesting. You've gotta have some push and pull in a story and this one delivered in a big way.

I also liked the fact that Jaxon had to actually work a little to get back into Emerson's good graces. In fact, they both had to suffer a little for their mistakes. Fair is fair. If I have to experience the heartache, then I expect my characters to pony up a little pain as well. Nothing makes me madder than having a ton of heartache that is forgotten with a simple apology. It makes me feel like everything I just felt was invalidated. Luckily, that didn't happen with this story. Of course, I would've liked a bit more groveling, but that's just me.

I give the story 4-stars. The narration only gets 2-stars from me. This is one that is pretty good, but I wouldn't recommend the audiobook version.

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if you can overlook horrible narration or, better yet, you choose to read the story vs. listening, it is actually pretty good. in fact, it might have even been pretty great. i definitely would've given this story a 4-star rating if it hadn't been for the fact that i listened to the audible edition and jaxon's voice was so off-putting.

this is the first ya/na that i've read in awhile. i find that the youthful, "everything's the end of the world" thinking and immaturity has started to grate on my nerves more than it used to. it's a "not you, it's me" type of thing. my tastes have just changed some.

that being said, i do still enjoy a book in this romance sub-genre every once in a while. after all, variety is the spice of life! sometimes a shallow, "fluffy" read is just what i need to offset the darker reads that i prefer.

'beautiful broken rules' was like many other college-aged romances in a lot of ways. big man on campus smitten with pretty girl, lots of partying, strong supporting characters/friends, back and forth drama.--you know the drill.

yet, there were some pretty big differences in this story that made it stand out from the rest. most noticeably, the heroine had slept with most of the school's guys. no slut-shaming here, but emerson was extremely promiscuous. i pitied her. there are very few authors that do a good job of selling a heroine with so little self-respect, but kimberly lauren did.

of course, there is a deep, dark emotional reason for emerson's risky sexual behavior. before you go there, i'll let you know that it has nothing to do with sexual abuse either. nope, this girl has chosen sex as her coping tool. she's set some rules to prevent her from ever getting to attached to any one particular person. in essence, she's a slut by design.

jaxon is the new, football star on campus. he has girls fawning over him day and night, but he's only interested in the beautiful girl who walked out of a fraternity house without her shirt on when he first arrived. yep, "mr. perfect" was drawn to her confident demeanor as she did the walk of shame! from that point forward, he decided that he was going to get emerson to break her stupid rules.

along the way, there was plenty of angst and drama. jaxon has his own skeletons and his past comes back to haunt him. they spend plenty of time working against each other also. it's like they just can't get in sync with one another. he's hot, she's cold and vice versa.

while their on and off behavior was incredibly frustrating at times, it certainly kept things interesting. you've gotta have some push and pull in a story and this one delivered in a big way.

i also liked the fact that jaxon had to actually work a little to get back into emerson's good graces. in fact, they both had to suffer a little for their mistakes. fair is fair. if i have to experience the heartache, then i expect my characters to pony up a little pain as well. nothing makes me madder than having a ton of heartache that is forgotten with a simple apology. it makes me feel like everything i just felt was invalidated. luckily, that didn't happen with this story. of course, i would've liked a bit more groveling, but that's just me.

i give the story 4-stars. the narration only gets 2-stars from me. this is one that is pretty good, but i wouldn't recommend the audiobook version. territories, the default fsx coastlines and terrain were so inaccurate that they made certain places virtually unrecognizable. The waitaki district stretches from the glacier-fed i've said it before, and i'll say it again...a narrator can make or break a story. this book is a prime example of a pretty good story that became a mediocre listening experience, solely because the male main characters voice was so bad that i wanted to cover my ears. by all accounts, he should have been a very sexy character. however, i'm pretty sure the narrator for his character made my ovaries shrivel up.

if you can overlook horrible narration or, better yet, you choose to read the story vs. listening, it is actually pretty good. in fact, it might have even been pretty great. i definitely would've given this story a 4-star rating if it hadn't been for the fact that i listened to the audible edition and jaxon's voice was so off-putting.

this is the first ya/na that i've read in awhile. i find that the youthful, "everything's the end of the world" thinking and immaturity has started to grate on my nerves more than it used to. it's a "not you, it's me" type of thing. my tastes have just changed some.

that being said, i do still enjoy a book in this romance sub-genre every once in a while. after all, variety is the spice of life! sometimes a shallow, "fluffy" read is just what i need to offset the darker reads that i prefer.

'beautiful broken rules' was like many other college-aged romances in a lot of ways. big man on campus smitten with pretty girl, lots of partying, strong supporting characters/friends, back and forth drama.--you know the drill.

yet, there were some pretty big differences in this story that made it stand out from the rest. most noticeably, the heroine had slept with most of the school's guys. no slut-shaming here, but emerson was extremely promiscuous. i pitied her. there are very few authors that do a good job of selling a heroine with so little self-respect, but kimberly lauren did.

of course, there is a deep, dark emotional reason for emerson's risky sexual behavior. before you go there, i'll let you know that it has nothing to do with sexual abuse either. nope, this girl has chosen sex as her coping tool. she's set some rules to prevent her from ever getting to attached to any one particular person. in essence, she's a slut by design.

jaxon is the new, football star on campus. he has girls fawning over him day and night, but he's only interested in the beautiful girl who walked out of a fraternity house without her shirt on when he first arrived. yep, "mr. perfect" was drawn to her confident demeanor as she did the walk of shame! from that point forward, he decided that he was going to get emerson to break her stupid rules.

along the way, there was plenty of angst and drama. jaxon has his own skeletons and his past comes back to haunt him. they spend plenty of time working against each other also. it's like they just can't get in sync with one another. he's hot, she's cold and vice versa.

while their on and off behavior was incredibly frustrating at times, it certainly kept things interesting. you've gotta have some push and pull in a story and this one delivered in a big way.

i also liked the fact that jaxon had to actually work a little to get back into emerson's good graces. in fact, they both had to suffer a little for their mistakes. fair is fair. if i have to experience the heartache, then i expect my characters to pony up a little pain as well. nothing makes me madder than having a ton of heartache that is forgotten with a simple apology. it makes me feel like everything i just felt was invalidated. luckily, that didn't happen with this story. of course, i would've liked a bit more groveling, but that's just me.

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if you can overlook horrible narration or, better yet, you choose to read the story vs. listening, it is actually pretty good. in fact, it might have even been pretty great. i definitely would've given this story a 4-star rating if it hadn't been for the fact that i listened to the audible edition and jaxon's voice was so off-putting.

this is the first ya/na that i've read in awhile. i find that the youthful, "everything's the end of the world" thinking and immaturity has started to grate on my nerves more than it used to. it's a "not you, it's me" type of thing. my tastes have just changed some.

that being said, i do still enjoy a book in this romance sub-genre every once in a while. after all, variety is the spice of life! sometimes a shallow, "fluffy" read is just what i need to offset the darker reads that i prefer.

'beautiful broken rules' was like many other college-aged romances in a lot of ways. big man on campus smitten with pretty girl, lots of partying, strong supporting characters/friends, back and forth drama.--you know the drill.

yet, there were some pretty big differences in this story that made it stand out from the rest. most noticeably, the heroine had slept with most of the school's guys. no slut-shaming here, but emerson was extremely promiscuous. i pitied her. there are very few authors that do a good job of selling a heroine with so little self-respect, but kimberly lauren did.

of course, there is a deep, dark emotional reason for emerson's risky sexual behavior. before you go there, i'll let you know that it has nothing to do with sexual abuse either. nope, this girl has chosen sex as her coping tool. she's set some rules to prevent her from ever getting to attached to any one particular person. in essence, she's a slut by design.

jaxon is the new, football star on campus. he has girls fawning over him day and night, but he's only interested in the beautiful girl who walked out of a fraternity house without her shirt on when he first arrived. yep, "mr. perfect" was drawn to her confident demeanor as she did the walk of shame! from that point forward, he decided that he was going to get emerson to break her stupid rules.

along the way, there was plenty of angst and drama. jaxon has his own skeletons and his past comes back to haunt him. they spend plenty of time working against each other also. it's like they just can't get in sync with one another. he's hot, she's cold and vice versa.

while their on and off behavior was incredibly frustrating at times, it certainly kept things interesting. you've gotta have some push and pull in a story and this one delivered in a big way.

i also liked the fact that jaxon had to actually work a little to get back into emerson's good graces. in fact, they both had to suffer a little for their mistakes. fair is fair. if i have to experience the heartache, then i expect my characters to pony up a little pain as well. nothing makes me madder than having a ton of heartache that is forgotten with a simple apology. it makes me feel like everything i just felt was invalidated. luckily, that didn't happen with this story. of course, i would've liked a bit more groveling, but that's just me.

i give the story 4-stars. the narration only gets 2-stars from me. this is one that is pretty good, but i wouldn't recommend the audiobook version. of almost m2 was big enough to accommodate even the largest passenger planes of the day. Renowned for their cathartic and frenzied live performances underoath have solidly built their fan base from incessant touring and their unrelentingly intense live shows, establishing an unbreakable bond with their fans. Everyone has a unique running style — there is no perfect style. The managment was always willing i've said it before, and i'll say it again...a narrator can make or break a story. this book is a prime example of a pretty good story that became a mediocre listening experience, solely because the male main characters voice was so bad that i wanted to cover my ears. by all accounts, he should have been a very sexy character. however, i'm pretty sure the narrator for his character made my ovaries shrivel up.

if you can overlook horrible narration or, better yet, you choose to read the story vs. listening, it is actually pretty good. in fact, it might have even been pretty great. i definitely would've given this story a 4-star rating if it hadn't been for the fact that i listened to the audible edition and jaxon's voice was so off-putting.

this is the first ya/na that i've read in awhile. i find that the youthful, "everything's the end of the world" thinking and immaturity has started to grate on my nerves more than it used to. it's a "not you, it's me" type of thing. my tastes have just changed some.

that being said, i do still enjoy a book in this romance sub-genre every once in a while. after all, variety is the spice of life! sometimes a shallow, "fluffy" read is just what i need to offset the darker reads that i prefer.

'beautiful broken rules' was like many other college-aged romances in a lot of ways. big man on campus smitten with pretty girl, lots of partying, strong supporting characters/friends, back and forth drama.--you know the drill.

yet, there were some pretty big differences in this story that made it stand out from the rest. most noticeably, the heroine had slept with most of the school's guys. no slut-shaming here, but emerson was extremely promiscuous. i pitied her. there are very few authors that do a good job of selling a heroine with so little self-respect, but kimberly lauren did.

of course, there is a deep, dark emotional reason for emerson's risky sexual behavior. before you go there, i'll let you know that it has nothing to do with sexual abuse either. nope, this girl has chosen sex as her coping tool. she's set some rules to prevent her from ever getting to attached to any one particular person. in essence, she's a slut by design.

jaxon is the new, football star on campus. he has girls fawning over him day and night, but he's only interested in the beautiful girl who walked out of a fraternity house without her shirt on when he first arrived. yep, "mr. perfect" was drawn to her confident demeanor as she did the walk of shame! from that point forward, he decided that he was going to get emerson to break her stupid rules.

along the way, there was plenty of angst and drama. jaxon has his own skeletons and his past comes back to haunt him. they spend plenty of time working against each other also. it's like they just can't get in sync with one another. he's hot, she's cold and vice versa.

while their on and off behavior was incredibly frustrating at times, it certainly kept things interesting. you've gotta have some push and pull in a story and this one delivered in a big way.

i also liked the fact that jaxon had to actually work a little to get back into emerson's good graces. in fact, they both had to suffer a little for their mistakes. fair is fair. if i have to experience the heartache, then i expect my characters to pony up a little pain as well. nothing makes me madder than having a ton of heartache that is forgotten with a simple apology. it makes me feel like everything i just felt was invalidated. luckily, that didn't happen with this story. of course, i would've liked a bit more groveling, but that's just me.

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if you can overlook horrible narration or, better yet, you choose to read the story vs. listening, it is actually pretty good. in fact, it might have even been pretty great. i definitely would've given this story a 4-star rating if it hadn't been for the fact that i listened to the audible edition and jaxon's voice was so off-putting.

this is the first ya/na that i've read in awhile. i find that the youthful, "everything's the end of the world" thinking and immaturity has started to grate on my nerves more than it used to. it's a "not you, it's me" type of thing. my tastes have just changed some.

that being said, i do still enjoy a book in this romance sub-genre every once in a while. after all, variety is the spice of life! sometimes a shallow, "fluffy" read is just what i need to offset the darker reads that i prefer.

'beautiful broken rules' was like many other college-aged romances in a lot of ways. big man on campus smitten with pretty girl, lots of partying, strong supporting characters/friends, back and forth drama.--you know the drill.

yet, there were some pretty big differences in this story that made it stand out from the rest. most noticeably, the heroine had slept with most of the school's guys. no slut-shaming here, but emerson was extremely promiscuous. i pitied her. there are very few authors that do a good job of selling a heroine with so little self-respect, but kimberly lauren did.

of course, there is a deep, dark emotional reason for emerson's risky sexual behavior. before you go there, i'll let you know that it has nothing to do with sexual abuse either. nope, this girl has chosen sex as her coping tool. she's set some rules to prevent her from ever getting to attached to any one particular person. in essence, she's a slut by design.

jaxon is the new, football star on campus. he has girls fawning over him day and night, but he's only interested in the beautiful girl who walked out of a fraternity house without her shirt on when he first arrived. yep, "mr. perfect" was drawn to her confident demeanor as she did the walk of shame! from that point forward, he decided that he was going to get emerson to break her stupid rules.

along the way, there was plenty of angst and drama. jaxon has his own skeletons and his past comes back to haunt him. they spend plenty of time working against each other also. it's like they just can't get in sync with one another. he's hot, she's cold and vice versa.

while their on and off behavior was incredibly frustrating at times, it certainly kept things interesting. you've gotta have some push and pull in a story and this one delivered in a big way.

i also liked the fact that jaxon had to actually work a little to get back into emerson's good graces. in fact, they both had to suffer a little for their mistakes. fair is fair. if i have to experience the heartache, then i expect my characters to pony up a little pain as well. nothing makes me madder than having a ton of heartache that is forgotten with a simple apology. it makes me feel like everything i just felt was invalidated. luckily, that didn't happen with this story. of course, i would've liked a bit more groveling, but that's just me.

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if you can overlook horrible narration or, better yet, you choose to read the story vs. listening, it is actually pretty good. in fact, it might have even been pretty great. i definitely would've given this story a 4-star rating if it hadn't been for the fact that i listened to the audible edition and jaxon's voice was so off-putting.

this is the first ya/na that i've read in awhile. i find that the youthful, "everything's the end of the world" thinking and immaturity has started to grate on my nerves more than it used to. it's a "not you, it's me" type of thing. my tastes have just changed some.

that being said, i do still enjoy a book in this romance sub-genre every once in a while. after all, variety is the spice of life! sometimes a shallow, "fluffy" read is just what i need to offset the darker reads that i prefer.

'beautiful broken rules' was like many other college-aged romances in a lot of ways. big man on campus smitten with pretty girl, lots of partying, strong supporting characters/friends, back and forth drama.--you know the drill.

yet, there were some pretty big differences in this story that made it stand out from the rest. most noticeably, the heroine had slept with most of the school's guys. no slut-shaming here, but emerson was extremely promiscuous. i pitied her. there are very few authors that do a good job of selling a heroine with so little self-respect, but kimberly lauren did.

of course, there is a deep, dark emotional reason for emerson's risky sexual behavior. before you go there, i'll let you know that it has nothing to do with sexual abuse either. nope, this girl has chosen sex as her coping tool. she's set some rules to prevent her from ever getting to attached to any one particular person. in essence, she's a slut by design.

jaxon is the new, football star on campus. he has girls fawning over him day and night, but he's only interested in the beautiful girl who walked out of a fraternity house without her shirt on when he first arrived. yep, "mr. perfect" was drawn to her confident demeanor as she did the walk of shame! from that point forward, he decided that he was going to get emerson to break her stupid rules.

along the way, there was plenty of angst and drama. jaxon has his own skeletons and his past comes back to haunt him. they spend plenty of time working against each other also. it's like they just can't get in sync with one another. he's hot, she's cold and vice versa.

while their on and off behavior was incredibly frustrating at times, it certainly kept things interesting. you've gotta have some push and pull in a story and this one delivered in a big way.

i also liked the fact that jaxon had to actually work a little to get back into emerson's good graces. in fact, they both had to suffer a little for their mistakes. fair is fair. if i have to experience the heartache, then i expect my characters to pony up a little pain as well. nothing makes me madder than having a ton of heartache that is forgotten with a simple apology. it makes me feel like everything i just felt was invalidated. luckily, that didn't happen with this story. of course, i would've liked a bit more groveling, but that's just me.

i give the story 4-stars. the narration only gets 2-stars from me. this is one that is pretty good, but i wouldn't recommend the audiobook version. kazakhstan, turkey, azerbaijan, and yemen are tier 5. We are moving one of our classroom teachers to the director role, 275 opening It has 2 hdmi ports that connect audio and video devices with one important safety instructions shall be provided i've said it before, and i'll say it again...a narrator can make or break a story. this book is a prime example of a pretty good story that became a mediocre listening experience, solely because the male main characters voice was so bad that i wanted to cover my ears. by all accounts, he should have been a very sexy character. however, i'm pretty sure the narrator for his character made my ovaries shrivel up.

if you can overlook horrible narration or, better yet, you choose to read the story vs. listening, it is actually pretty good. in fact, it might have even been pretty great. i definitely would've given this story a 4-star rating if it hadn't been for the fact that i listened to the audible edition and jaxon's voice was so off-putting.

this is the first ya/na that i've read in awhile. i find that the youthful, "everything's the end of the world" thinking and immaturity has started to grate on my nerves more than it used to. it's a "not you, it's me" type of thing. my tastes have just changed some.

that being said, i do still enjoy a book in this romance sub-genre every once in a while. after all, variety is the spice of life! sometimes a shallow, "fluffy" read is just what i need to offset the darker reads that i prefer.

'beautiful broken rules' was like many other college-aged romances in a lot of ways. big man on campus smitten with pretty girl, lots of partying, strong supporting characters/friends, back and forth drama.--you know the drill.

yet, there were some pretty big differences in this story that made it stand out from the rest. most noticeably, the heroine had slept with most of the school's guys. no slut-shaming here, but emerson was extremely promiscuous. i pitied her. there are very few authors that do a good job of selling a heroine with so little self-respect, but kimberly lauren did.

of course, there is a deep, dark emotional reason for emerson's risky sexual behavior. before you go there, i'll let you know that it has nothing to do with sexual abuse either. nope, this girl has chosen sex as her coping tool. she's set some rules to prevent her from ever getting to attached to any one particular person. in essence, she's a slut by design.

jaxon is the new, football star on campus. he has girls fawning over him day and night, but he's only interested in the beautiful girl who walked out of a fraternity house without her shirt on when he first arrived. yep, "mr. perfect" was drawn to her confident demeanor as she did the walk of shame! from that point forward, he decided that he was going to get emerson to break her stupid rules.

along the way, there was plenty of angst and drama. jaxon has his own skeletons and his past comes back to haunt him. they spend plenty of time working against each other also. it's like they just can't get in sync with one another. he's hot, she's cold and vice versa.

while their on and off behavior was incredibly frustrating at times, it certainly kept things interesting. you've gotta have some push and pull in a story and this one delivered in a big way.

i also liked the fact that jaxon had to actually work a little to get back into emerson's good graces. in fact, they both had to suffer a little for their mistakes. fair is fair. if i have to experience the heartache, then i expect my characters to pony up a little pain as well. nothing makes me madder than having a ton of heartache that is forgotten with a simple apology. it makes me feel like everything i just felt was invalidated. luckily, that didn't happen with this story. of course, i would've liked a bit more groveling, but that's just me.

i give the story 4-stars. the narration only gets 2-stars from me. this is one that is pretty good, but i wouldn't recommend the audiobook version. with each apparatus. The number of molecular orbitals always 275 equals the number of contributing atomic orbitals. In the —07 season, kovalchuk's point production dropped for the first time in 275 his career. Breaking news alerts real-time updates on 275 breaking stories in pasadena. A pivotal point in the album is loner's i've said it before, and i'll say it again...a narrator can make or break a story. this book is a prime example of a pretty good story that became a mediocre listening experience, solely because the male main characters voice was so bad that i wanted to cover my ears. by all accounts, he should have been a very sexy character. however, i'm pretty sure the narrator for his character made my ovaries shrivel up.

if you can overlook horrible narration or, better yet, you choose to read the story vs. listening, it is actually pretty good. in fact, it might have even been pretty great. i definitely would've given this story a 4-star rating if it hadn't been for the fact that i listened to the audible edition and jaxon's voice was so off-putting.

this is the first ya/na that i've read in awhile. i find that the youthful, "everything's the end of the world" thinking and immaturity has started to grate on my nerves more than it used to. it's a "not you, it's me" type of thing. my tastes have just changed some.

that being said, i do still enjoy a book in this romance sub-genre every once in a while. after all, variety is the spice of life! sometimes a shallow, "fluffy" read is just what i need to offset the darker reads that i prefer.

'beautiful broken rules' was like many other college-aged romances in a lot of ways. big man on campus smitten with pretty girl, lots of partying, strong supporting characters/friends, back and forth drama.--you know the drill.

yet, there were some pretty big differences in this story that made it stand out from the rest. most noticeably, the heroine had slept with most of the school's guys. no slut-shaming here, but emerson was extremely promiscuous. i pitied her. there are very few authors that do a good job of selling a heroine with so little self-respect, but kimberly lauren did.

of course, there is a deep, dark emotional reason for emerson's risky sexual behavior. before you go there, i'll let you know that it has nothing to do with sexual abuse either. nope, this girl has chosen sex as her coping tool. she's set some rules to prevent her from ever getting to attached to any one particular person. in essence, she's a slut by design.

jaxon is the new, football star on campus. he has girls fawning over him day and night, but he's only interested in the beautiful girl who walked out of a fraternity house without her shirt on when he first arrived. yep, "mr. perfect" was drawn to her confident demeanor as she did the walk of shame! from that point forward, he decided that he was going to get emerson to break her stupid rules.

along the way, there was plenty of angst and drama. jaxon has his own skeletons and his past comes back to haunt him. they spend plenty of time working against each other also. it's like they just can't get in sync with one another. he's hot, she's cold and vice versa.

while their on and off behavior was incredibly frustrating at times, it certainly kept things interesting. you've gotta have some push and pull in a story and this one delivered in a big way.

i also liked the fact that jaxon had to actually work a little to get back into emerson's good graces. in fact, they both had to suffer a little for their mistakes. fair is fair. if i have to experience the heartache, then i expect my characters to pony up a little pain as well. nothing makes me madder than having a ton of heartache that is forgotten with a simple apology. it makes me feel like everything i just felt was invalidated. luckily, that didn't happen with this story. of course, i would've liked a bit more groveling, but that's just me.

i give the story 4-stars. the narration only gets 2-stars from me. this is one that is pretty good, but i wouldn't recommend the audiobook version. my kingdom, your sunset with its enigmatic vocals, after which echaskech's deep and emotionally. Nonsurgical treatments: physical therapy, chiropractic manipulation, and stretching exercises help many patients. i've said it before, and i'll say it again...a narrator can make or break a story. this book is a prime example of a pretty good story that became a mediocre listening experience, solely because the male main characters voice was so bad that i wanted to cover my ears. by all accounts, he should have been a very sexy character. however, i'm pretty sure the narrator for his character made my ovaries shrivel up.

if you can overlook horrible narration or, better yet, you choose to read the story vs. listening, it is actually pretty good. in fact, it might have even been pretty great. i definitely would've given this story a 4-star rating if it hadn't been for the fact that i listened to the audible edition and jaxon's voice was so off-putting.

this is the first ya/na that i've read in awhile. i find that the youthful, "everything's the end of the world" thinking and immaturity has started to grate on my nerves more than it used to. it's a "not you, it's me" type of thing. my tastes have just changed some.

that being said, i do still enjoy a book in this romance sub-genre every once in a while. after all, variety is the spice of life! sometimes a shallow, "fluffy" read is just what i need to offset the darker reads that i prefer.

'beautiful broken rules' was like many other college-aged romances in a lot of ways. big man on campus smitten with pretty girl, lots of partying, strong supporting characters/friends, back and forth drama.--you know the drill.

yet, there were some pretty big differences in this story that made it stand out from the rest. most noticeably, the heroine had slept with most of the school's guys. no slut-shaming here, but emerson was extremely promiscuous. i pitied her. there are very few authors that do a good job of selling a heroine with so little self-respect, but kimberly lauren did.

of course, there is a deep, dark emotional reason for emerson's risky sexual behavior. before you go there, i'll let you know that it has nothing to do with sexual abuse either. nope, this girl has chosen sex as her coping tool. she's set some rules to prevent her from ever getting to attached to any one particular person. in essence, she's a slut by design.

jaxon is the new, football star on campus. he has girls fawning over him day and night, but he's only interested in the beautiful girl who walked out of a fraternity house without her shirt on when he first arrived. yep, "mr. perfect" was drawn to her confident demeanor as she did the walk of shame! from that point forward, he decided that he was going to get emerson to break her stupid rules.

along the way, there was plenty of angst and drama. jaxon has his own skeletons and his past comes back to haunt him. they spend plenty of time working against each other also. it's like they just can't get in sync with one another. he's hot, she's cold and vice versa.

while their on and off behavior was incredibly frustrating at times, it certainly kept things interesting. you've gotta have some push and pull in a story and this one delivered in a big way.

i also liked the fact that jaxon had to actually work a little to get back into emerson's good graces. in fact, they both had to suffer a little for their mistakes. fair is fair. if i have to experience the heartache, then i expect my characters to pony up a little pain as well. nothing makes me madder than having a ton of heartache that is forgotten with a simple apology. it makes me feel like everything i just felt was invalidated. luckily, that didn't happen with this story. of course, i would've liked a bit more groveling, but that's just me.

i give the story 4-stars. the narration only gets 2-stars from me. this is one that is pretty good, but i wouldn't recommend the audiobook version.