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Into the Deep (English Edition) di [Young, Samantha]
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Into the Deep (Into the Deep #1)
The New York Times Bestseller

Reviews for Into the Deep:

"This is possibly one of the most addictive books I have ever had the pleasure of reading...Epic. Unforgettable. Heartbreaking. A must read." — Natasha is Book Junkie.

"There is drama and heartache, and the sizzle between these two is scorchingly hot...Like every other book by Samantha Young, this one is fantastically written."—Tammy Blackwell, Author of the Bestselling Timber Wolves Trilogy

"Into The Deep is an incredible read. The attraction between Charley and Jake will leave you breathless. It is full of heartache and anger and misunderstandings, but it is also full of beauty and love and second chances."—Readers Live a Thousand Lives

"Mind blowing. Intense. Arousing. Heartbreaking and heartfelt. As always, Samantha hits it off the charts with one of the most engrossing love affairs EVER." - Tsk, Tsk, What to Read?

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Live young. Live hard. Love deep.

Charley Redford was just an ordinary girl until Jake Caplin moved to her small town in Indiana and convinced her she was extraordinary. Almost from day one Jake pulled Charley into the deep and promised he was right there with her. But when a tragic incident darkened Jake’s life he waded out into the shallows and left Charley behind.

Almost four years later Charley thinks she’s moved on. That is until she takes a study year abroad in Edinburgh and bumps into none other than Jake Caplin at a party with his new girlfriend. The bad-boy-turned-good attempts to convince Charley to forgive him, and as her best friend starts spending time with Jake’s, Charley calls a truce, only to find herself tumbling back into a friendship with him.

As they grow closer, the spark between them flares and begins playing havoc with their lives and relationships. When jealousy and longing rear their destructive heads, Charley and Jake struggle to come to grips with what they mean to one another.
And even if they work it out, there is no guarantee Charley will ever trust Jake to lead her back into the deep…

New Adult Romance
Recommended Reading Age 18+

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4.0 su 5 stelle The witty banter alone was worth it... 25 febbraio 2016
Di Lenore L Kosinski - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Formato Kindle Acquisto verificato
4.5 stars -- Another book devoured! I was a little bit leery going into this book, b/c while I enjoyed myself reading Ms. Young's paranormal series, they didn't blow me out of the water like I was expecting (and they had some reoccurring pitfalls that didn't work for me). But I know her Adult Contemporary series is highly acclaimed, and since I had this little NA contemp gem on my kindle already, I thought I would give it a go and see if she could surprise me.

And seriously folks, it was like I was reading a different author for me. I was completely enraptured by the characters, and totally engaged with the story. Charley may just be one of my favourite kinds of heroines -- while extremely vulnerable and generally f'd up from her past, she is still one hilarious and sassy smartass. I LOVED her character traits and I thought she was portrayed beautifully. The banter between Charley and Jake (mostly in the past flashbacks) had me just in delight -- right from their first meeting at the bonfire. Now *that* is chemistry. I LOVE when two characters just seem to fit together and you can see what draws them to each other.

I think in the end I was actually more drawn to the flashback story than I was to the present story, and wouldn't have minded even more of that...maybe it was more what I was in the mood for. I just loved the buildup of their relationship and how they almost made it together despite so many obstacles. In the present...well they're both kind of f'd up, kwim? The past has really done a number on them, particularly Charley, and so watching her deal with her feelings could be kind of heartbreaking. Actually no, not just Charley -- Jake is just such a different guy in so many ways. He's almost meek. And while they are still so drawn to each other, it was hard to watch what they were doing by allowing themselves to spend time together despite how unhealthy it was. In the end I found I was somewhat less engaged with that part, and it kind of dragged out a bit longer than I was anticipating... So while I'm interested in where the story is going in the sequel, I'm not sure it will be able to top all that young love magic that we got in the flashbacks in this book.

I also found it really weird how Charley saw Jake as a "bad boy". Was that because of the sleeping around? B/C he really wasn't much of a bad boy otherwise. That kind of confused me.

Great cast of secondary characters in this one. They were all so colourful, and I really enjoyed some of the other friendships that Charley developed, particularly with Lowe. That boy needs a HEA. I'm on the fence with the Claudia/Beck storyline. While I'm interested, it's also been drawn out longer than I was expecting. I do love Claudia and Charley's friendship though, and really love how they are there for each other.

Even if the sequel doesn't live up to this one, I'm so glad I finally found where Ms. Young's strengths lie...well, at least more match up with me anyways. I will definitely have to bug my Partner in Crime to borrow On Dublin Street and find out what all the fuss is about with that series. :)
5.0 su 5 stelle I love Jake and I hate Jake 16 marzo 2017
Di Shanoff Says... - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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So many mixed feeling in this book. I love Jake and I hate Jake. I love Charley and I hate Charley. I hate the way Jake strings Charley along and I hate that Charley lets him. I love that Jake can't seem to leave Charley alone even though he should, but I hate the emotional tug of war that it causes.

Jake and Charley's relationship is pretty intense and when that first sighting after three years happens you can feel the emotional turmoil that Charley is in. I am not usually one for flashback books, but I love that every other chapter is looking back and that it seems to go in line with what is happening in the present. The author does an excellent job in keeping you in each time frame.

Love this book.
3.0 su 5 stelle dramatic 20 maggio 2015
Di Dorothy - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Formato Kindle Acquisto verificato
Because some reviewers were finding the jumping back and forth of timelines in this book a negative experience, I chose to read only the present day chapters. I did not miss knowing the teenage heartbreak backstory. I like this main character, Charlotte/Charley from small town Indiana, a lot. This boy who wrecking balled through her later teenage years, Jacob/Jake. . .so much these days is built on the ephemeral appearance of male characters. He's handsome. He does not come off as the prize Charley has built him up to be. The fact that he has ruined her for all other men. . . I'm not seeing it. She's smart, energetic, brave and self-directed and he's kind of a parasite. I liked her kind, gentle love interest option in Scotland -- he was worth exploring. Maybe that romance will go somewhere in the follow-up book that finishes this story, but I cannot take a second book of twisted, manipulative Jake. A shame.
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3.0 su 5 stelle Not as good as some of her other books 13 aprile 2014
Di RedRedtheycallmeRed - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Formato Kindle Acquisto verificato
I had higher hopes for this one. On Dublin Street and Down London Road were both five star reads for me. There was plenty (too much?) angst in this one, but not enough anger from Charley.

What I didn't like:

1) The chapters went back and forth between present day and four years prior. The high school years were not nearly as engaging as present day, and every time I'd get really into the story, we'd go back to a different time. Made for a frustrating read.

2) Jake. What a tool. I really wanted Charley to walk away from him and hook up with Lowe. Jake's apology was lame, and he was such a crappy boyfriend to Melissa. And really, why wait four years to apologize? Why not 2-3 months after it happened and he realized what a douchebag he'd been? I wanted to see more anger from Charley (like her dad's reaction, that was awesome!). And bringing your current girlfriend to Scotland to stalk your ex? That's total creeper behavior.

3) The high school romance was yet another lame version of the virgin and the manwhore. God, will these authors ever move on from that stupid storyline?

What I liked:

1) Charley. She was awesome. Kind, funny, confident and a good friend. I wanted her to be meaner to Jake, he totally deserved more wrath.

2) The supporting characters. Beck and Claudia were entertaining, as were Lowe (loved him!) and the rest of the band. I liked that Charley had a great relationship with her family (parents, her sister, Rick).

So while I didn't love it, I liked it enough to read the next one to find out how it ends.
4.0 su 5 stelle Strong Love Holds 4 luglio 2014
Di Tarah - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Formato Kindle Acquisto verificato
Charley and Jake meet at a party and instantly there is a connection between them. The humor and sarcasm between them is hilarious. When they finally have there first date it's so cute and you know that these two were meant for one another!! Although I was a little upset when he did not kiss her goodnight on the first date but said it would be "epic" when she least expects it!! And I have to say I was jealous when it finally happened because I wanted it to be me instead!! Everything goes great for them except for Charley's ex is not taking it too kindly so he creates trouble for them and when they both attend a party that Jake is hesitant to go to. It goes from bad to worse and it destroys there relationship. You can't help to feel both of their pains!! Now fast forward a little and they both end up seeing each other in Eidinburg. It doesn't go well at first but eventually gets a little better since they both attend the same school again. They both have wonderful friends who I adore very much! Hopefully she will write a book about them?? There is tension between Jake and Charley because of Melissa (Jakes girlfriend). But they try to be friends in the beginning and it doesn't last long. It takes the trip back home for Christmas especially for Jake to realize he can't be without Charley.
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