Have you ever gone just a little too far? Lexie Banks She just had mind- blowing sex with her stepbrother. In her defense, she was on the rebound, an. Editorial Reviews. Review. “Sinfully sexy, but utterly unique. My favorite New Adult book of the year!” –CORA CARMACK, New York Times bestselling author of. In the follow-up to Lisa Desrochers’ explosive new adult novel A Little Too Far, Alessandro Moretti must face the life he escaped and the girl he left behind.
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The coffee table scenes were adorable… I fell for him deeper after those. In Lisa’s young adult Personal Demons series, she never went over the limit but even staying in those boundaries she managed to make certain scenes sexy and leaving you wanting more without kisa over what you could get away with in YA.
A secret from the past that will change everything between the two of them.
A Little Too Far (A Little Too Far, #1) by Lisa Desrochers
After a bad re-encounter with her asshole ex-boyfriend, Lexie finds console in the same place of always: This novel goes through several stages. Nov 24, April rated it liked it Shelves: Christmas break and back to Rome- It was ok- it picked up a bit. Return to Book Page. View all 19 comments. So, I kept reading The day after the ‘deed’ was done, Lexie was boarding a plane, leaving for Italy for a semester abroad for Art History.
And an almost priest? Both these men are worthy and it hurt knowing one of them will get their heart broken. She acted and reacted in ways that were believable and genuine. Lisa Desrochers is a brilliant story teller and I love the journey that she takes us on.
Growing up in the Catholic church I could understand everything Lexie was going through.
Even though they are not blood related we all know it is frowned upon by our society. Right before she is supposed to leave for Rome. There are a few twists in this one that I figured ljsa from the hints dropped, but they shocked me nonetheless.
A Little Too Much
There’s liza something so special about a book that is set in a place we aren’t really used to. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Don’t get me wrong, I’m sure I would have loved Hilary and Alessandro just as much had the story not gone in the direction it did.
I needed to see for myself. He never meant for her to know he was there, but fate intervenes and they’re face-to-face for the first time in eight years. He was swoony, sexy and sincere. I get that they are close, he was her confidant.
I desrochrs felt like I was there with Lexie in Rome, as the author describes Rome beautifully. Lexie y Ale eran mucho, pero mucho litgle juntos. There are some deep topics here. And they all had to do with Alessandro, my poor baby. Not my cup of tea. They both never forgot the other, and had become ingrained in each others souls.
When Alessandro arrives in town, the two of them begin to spend a lot of time together, old feelings are rekindled, the demons from their past come to the surface, and both of their lives get turned upside down.
They’re both so much better when they’re together. Just like everyone else. Okay, I have to admit, the moment I read the blurb for this book, I knew I wanted aa read it. I thought that as with most contemporary romance novels, there would be angst-y moments, there would be times of conflict, and in the end, we’d get resolution. It was like stuck, but still expanding.
A Little Too Far
I loved how she nailed the emotions that Alessandro and Hilary went through in their story. Lists desrocherrs This Book. Some things are still slowly fzr into my mind. There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
But much like the whole thing with Trent, Lexie finds herself mired in another relationship where the guy is or should be off limits to her. Alessandro wants to somehow make amends for the pain he and his brother Lorenzo caused her.
She is a singer, an actress, and she wants nothing more than to end up on Broadway. So, I got desrrochers the end. You were invested in their plight. It’s a beautiful blend of romance, drama and humour, and the intensity of the emotions you’ll come across in this book will blow you away.
I was glad to hear he was getting his own story. All the sex, chemistry, bad boys, stupid girls, dumb decisions, and so on? Sweet, sexy, funny, both guys were swoony! There’s a slow burn of sexual tension.