Rush - Megan Matthews

Rush

By Megan Matthews

  • Release Date: 2016-03-07
  • Genre: Romantic Comedy
4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 52 Ratings)

Description

Things are heating up in San Francisco for Aspen Adams this summer.

With grad school under my belt I’m ready to start the next chapter of my life. San Francisco is a brand new city. I have an amazing apartment, a new job, family, and friends to keep me occupied. Life in the city will be easy.

Keep my head down, don’t break any of the ridiculous rules in my lease agreement, get my best friend through her nasty relationship drama, and stick to my five year plan. I’ve got this. Or at least I would if I could figure out why my heart skips a beat every time I see my hot neighbor.

Handsome, funny, and always around right when I need him, Finnegan McRyan is my own personal knight in shining armor. The tousled hair and sexy glasses don’t hurt his appeal either. Finn acts like the perfect man, but there’s something about him that has me questioning if it’s too good to be true.

Can I count on him when it really matters or is Finn using his good guy image to hide the truth?

Reviews

  • Rush review

    5
    By H❤️love
    Omg I could not put this book down. 💗💗💗💗
  • Romantic Comedy?

    1
    By paigelikeabook
    I really tried with this book. I love California & the San Fransisco Giants, but I do not like this book. I didn't feel the 'chemistry' between Aspen & Finn. Their conversations didn't flow naturally, they tried to be funny but they failed on that account. Aspen is dramatic & annoying. Finn comes off as weak & forgettable; nothing to write home or fantasize about. Nothing special about either of them, really. Nothing interesting, no wit, no humor. It dragged on for the longest time with boring situations & updates, it didn't pull me in to the story, I just wanted it to end. KMN. I just didn't care for the random, seemingly pointless details. Aspen sobs about her friends' failed relationship; why? It's got no affect on you! Her indignation over Finn's friend 'testing' her; it was completely obvious what was going on & yet her inner monologue helped further paint her as an overly dramatic heroine. Beyond my above grievances the lack of punctuation made it difficult to understand what was going on. Punctuation would have helped some with the flow of the sentences.

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