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Jaycee may have defended Dimitri from taunts before, but they now face a more lethal danger—one that threatens not only the future of their people, but also their love. With literally no women in sight, Owen will be lucky to find a date, let alone his true mate. Yet just the scent of sweet, mortal Torrance Watson ignited a driving, explosive need to claim her that he knew his pack would never sanction. Yet her new-found freedom is short lived.

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But when a group of wolf shifters break into her clinic and demand she save the life of a packmate, her serene world unravels. First, she has no soul. Third, she was rudely attacked by a vampire, breaking all standards of social etiquette. Where to go from there? From bad to worse apparently, for Alexia accidentally kills the vampire—and then the appalling Lord Maccon loud, messy, gorgeous, and werewolf is sent by Queen Victoria to investigate.

When her brother gets in too deep with some dangerous wolves and comes to Nina for help—dragging super alpha protector Lex into her life—she can handle it. But when the full moon rises, Dash is helpless. She had always known it, but when a mysterious older woman shows up and invites her to learn about her birth family, things take a turn for the odd. The last thing I expect is for the Alpha to recognize me as his fated mate. But a marriage borne out of duty soon takes on a whole new spin.

For Kir discovers his bride is an utterly enticing mystery. Beatrice is half-faery, maybe a little bit vampire, and altogether delightful. The hard-as-nails female is more than he could ask for—intense, clever and sexy as sin. Rachel is human and fears his kind. Determined to start fresh in the wilds of Colorado, she answers an advertisement in the paper for a wife. Tristan believes his obsession with Avery is nothing more than lust. Determined to bed her despite her strange powers, will he convince her to accept her new life or give her the freedom she craves? But though she prides herself on being independent, deep down she still yearns for a knight in shining armor.

But after so many of his Pack brothers have found their mates, he starts wondering if there might be a mate in his future too. But when her plans backfire, her hope for freedom begins to fade. When her world hits rock bottom, she stumbles across wolf shifter, Devin Caedmon, who offers her safety and protection. She learns to trust the wolf, but has yet to trust the man.

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Hell no. Until he moves to New Wurzburg and meets Friederike Burkhart. And someone wants her dead for it. For the first time, Rain has something worth fighting for, worth living for. Worth dying for. His plan is easier said than done, especially when not just any woman will do. When their captors separate the three women, they vow to reunite, no matter the cost. But now someone knows the truth and is determined to exterminate her family line. Living on borrowed time in the midst of this dangerous game of hide and seek, the last thing Elodie needs to do is fall in love. But Sawyer is determined to protect her, and the brooding, angry boy is more than what he seems.

Can they outsmart a madman? And if they survive, will they find a way to beat the curse for good? Series: Redwood Pack, Book 6. Using her knowledge and research, she helped save the Redwood Pack from devastation. Not since she lost her mate so long ago. Now there is a new, younger wolf, entering her life and it will take more than her nose in a book to figure out the warmth in her heart is much more than a promise of a new feeling.

Three for the story, half for regular Cam appearances and the other half for Jennifer Armentrout awesomeness. I still love her! Storyline: Good, engaging but lacking some coherence at some moments. Considering who wrote it, this book is basically perfect writing. The writing was not the problem, some aspect of the storyline were. Character Development: I believe this is probably the first time I like the female MC more than the male.

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And there was a lot of ground for her to do so. Now I want you again. Jase, from the previous book, I was expecting more from you!! The supportive cast was excellent and I loved to see more of Cam and Avery. But then again, I always love to see more of Cam. Steam: Some real hot moments. HEA: view spoiler [Yes. View all 21 comments. Jun 09, Laura rated it it was ok Shelves: contemporary , ya , romance , too-much-of-an-asshole , awful-heroine , ebooks-i-own , jlarmentrout-books , ugh.

Lynn, I love you girl. Men should read your books and take notes on how to treat a girl. That being said, I didn't like this book for several reasons. I didn't like the end. So, she can no longer dance and now she's stuck with teaching which she hates and that's it? Jase was annoying most of the time and so was she. I just didn't see how they can't be together at all. I did like how the violence topic was handled though. If just feels like it and man that was so damn sad. It was like watching a tragedy about to happen and you're so powerless. That should've happened.

This book could've been really good but then Jennifer goes and turned okay characters into annoying ones. Can we just have the rest of the books being about Cameron and Avery? Jan 23, Ramona rated it it was amazing Shelves: hot-romance , favorites , love-this-series. I consider "Be with me" the best of the series, although I love the first one, I connected more with this and maybe because of the characters. Avery was very fragile and vulnerable, but I was in the mood of reading something about a determined and stubborn heroine.

Teresa was it: The book follows Teresa and Jase, Cam's little sister and best friend. They have a history together, sharing a kiss some time ago but keeping it friendly after that.

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Jase was drunk and confused, but Teresa knew what she I consider "Be with me" the best of the series, although I love the first one, I connected more with this and maybe because of the characters. Jase was drunk and confused, but Teresa knew what she was doing. She was secretly in love in with and wanted a chance to make him happy. Jase on the other hand was guarded and kept his distance, partly because we are talking about his best friend litte sister, but mainly because he has a well guarded secret that once revealed, it would change Teresa's opinion about him.

I liked Teresa so much. She was the typical straight forward style, determined, passionate and committed. She was in love with Jase and once feeling they may have a chance, she went full throttle to win him over.

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She was not afraid of his brother and defended her love for Jase. She was very brave, but also fragile, and made me admire her more for it. She also accepted anything that came with Jase, because she loved him without judging. Jase was a very tormented guy, with a mysterious past and with a heavy baggage.

He was also attracted to Terasa, but his responsibilities were more important than love.

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He was committed to a role he had for years, and once letting someone in might have consequences. He was very mature for his age and didn't put his needs first. He gave up a lot in his life and I really believe he deserves to be happy with a person that can accept and see him for what he is.

The love scenes between them were intense and passionate. I loved the way Jennifer made them click so well, although at first their relationship was impossible. I enjoyed seeing Cam and Avery back, but Cam really managed to upset me with this overprotective side.

In the end I understood his position, that this is what big brothers do. Overall, I love this series for the amazing characters it provides us and for the amazing and original stories we witnessed. View all 13 comments. Teresa Hamilton aka Tess always dreamed of being a dancer until an injury has left her future uncertain.

She is now going to have to go with her back up plan, and attend college. She heads to Shepherd where her big brother Cam is going to school. Also attending Shepherd is her brother's best friend Jase Winstead who she has had a crush on for the past three years. In Teresa's eyes Jase was everything she'd ever wanted in a guy, and absolute physical perfection.

Jase often would come home with her brother to visit. One evening they crossed that line and shared an unbelievable kiss that Teresa could never forget. It was amazing, and just made her long for more. After they share that incredible kiss, Teresa doesn't see or hear from Jase for a year. She is excited that she will be close to him now at the same school.

She hopes she can get some answers, and just maybe have a chance with him. He is still her ultimate guy of her fantasies, and she just can't seem to get him out of her system. She wants to see if there's still anything between them. Jase is shocked to see Teresa on campus. He feels bad he hasn't talked to her in so long, but he feels the kiss they shared was a mistake.

He runs hot and cold with her. I never knew it was possible for a kiss to be so powerful, but it was. Their chemistry is amazing, and they quickly realize they have real feelings for each other. This was another fabulous book in this series. I just love a falling for the brothers yummy best friend story! You got under my skin and dug your way into my heart. View all 28 comments. Honestly it wasn't a bad read at all, it just pissed me off more than making me smile.

Let me rephrase that, Jase pissed me off. I really liked Teresa. I wanted to love this story. Maybe tomorrow I'll feel different. But for now, I have to move on and get more to this growing group!!!!! Still loving the series though!!!! View all 22 comments. Mar 07, Jodie rated it liked it. Anything related to Wait For You? Teresa Hamilton! See character description Then it will probably be Jase! View all 10 comments. Second book in the series and I fell in love again. And that trio Happy family and all that.

I missed Cam and it was so good to read about him again. View all 4 comments. If we can't get more Cam, then we get the next best thing Cam's best friend, Jase, and Cam's little sister, Tess. I really enjoyed her much more than I thought I would even if she had sex on the brain when Jase was around. And I'm really curious about the scar although I think we got a good idea of how she got it.

I would love a story about her. And sooo excited about the "surprise"! Loved that the "baked good" theme continues And not just one thing but several Overall: I enjoyed the story even if it was a bit depressing at times. I had heard the next story was suppose to be Ollie and Brittany's but with them hardly in this book, I really questioned that.

After looking around a bit, looks like the next one will be Calla and Guess we'll find out more about that scar after all! Trust me. Things that change everything about your life—about what you thought you wanted, who you thought you were. I swear to you. His warm breath danced over my lips. I want to take you horseback riding. I want to tell your brother. I want to take you home to my parents and introduce you as my girlfriend. I want to prove this means more to me. I want to do this the right way. View all 36 comments. Mar 19, Vibha marked it as to-read Shelves: next-up.

Update June 18th-What?!! Teresa's story? With whom? I want,need,desire,require whatever this NOW!! Just give us a release date and put me out of my misery already! S-If its Teresa's story,please give us some tidbits on Cam and Avery's life even. Mar 10, Michelle rated it really liked it Shelves: signed. But when she injures her knee she's on to plan B, attending college, the same college that Cam, Avery and Jase attend. She's been harboring feelings for her brother's best friend ever since that night that he kissed her a year ago, the night that he took her mind off of the abusive relationship she escaped and the events that would change her brother's life.

Jase can't seem to stop his attraction to Tess, his life is far too compli 4 Cupcake Stars Teresa has always had one dream, simply to dance. Jase can't seem to stop his attraction to Tess, his life is far too complicated though for him to allow himself to fall for this girl. Saddled with his own secrets and fears of what loving someone can do; he pushes Tess away. But he can only push so much until he is dragging her back. Both Jase and Tess have their own struggles they'll have to deal with. Her injury has taken away so much already and things just seem to get worse.

As for Jase, his secret is not just a painful memory, but a daily reminder. When they're pushed to their limits they finally are forced to face their feelings. Letting go isn't as simple as he thought it would be when his heart wants her to stay. Jennifer set the bar pretty high with Cam and those damn cookies, so Jase had a lot to live up to. He fell a little bit short for me, but I still enjoyed this story. His big reveal was a tad bit predictable, for those that have read each of the books in this series - I guess that most were already sorting this out pretty early on. But that did not diminish the story for me one bit.

Tess was a likable all the way around - she wasn't overly insecure and she knew what she wanted from the start. I love when the heroine is more on the stable side of things even when things in her life seem to be heading south. As for Jase, he was broken I wanted either the angst that comes with the man-whore or the damage that comes from past trauma I adore Jennifer's writing style and how she develops the story.

As a reader, you just can't go wrong when it comes to selecting something from this author. Did I want a bit more to this story? I wanted Jase to blow Cam out of the water And although this can be read as a stand alone, you'll get more of a complete picture if you read the prior books in the series. We are also introduced to Calla, who is an intriguing character. I am hoping that she'll end up with Brandon who seems to be just a tad bit damaged. View all 12 comments. Jan 01, Geri Reads rated it really liked it. I devoured this book in one sitting.

Be With Me is Teresa and Jase's story. Jase is Cam's bestfriend and Teresa is Cam's sister. Sounds really simple and predictable, right? But it's really not. Sometimes, it's simple stories like these that can trip an author up. But not Jennifer Armentrout. In fact, some of her most unforgettable stories, at least for me, follows pretty much a simple patter of boy meets girl and they fall in love, conquer their obstacles and lived happily eve 4. In fact, some of her most unforgettable stories, at least for me, follows pretty much a simple patter of boy meets girl and they fall in love, conquer their obstacles and lived happily ever after.

It was the perfect read for me. I loved, loved Jase Winstead. I enjoyed Teresa too! It was sweet and the banter was fun. It didn't hurt that Jase and Teresa's chemistry was sizzling hot! It was really fun and enjoyable read. I definitely recommend it. View all 18 comments. Jun 15, nicklein rated it really liked it Shelves: companion-books. Squeezing in as many books as I can before going back to uni. This was an awesome, quick and heart-pounding read. The story was unpredictable.

The writing was witty and fun. The romance made my eyes rolled out of its sockets a couple of times but it turned out great and made me turn green with jealousy. Oh, and it had a bit of suspense too. I had a love and hate relationship with Jase though. But he's redeemed. What more can I say about a Jennifer Armentrout book that hasn't already been said?

With Squeezing in as many books as I can before going back to uni. With all the talk about cupcakes. That's right! I just quoted the ones about cupcake. So sue me. Mar 10, Aestas Book Blog marked it as to-read Shelves: not-yet-released , top-tbr. This is the second book in the Wait For You series! View all 20 comments. May 08, Jacqueline's Reads rated it really liked it Shelves: 4-star-books. Teresa is your typical college gal. I really like the storyline. She wants to be a dancer, but she struggles with her knee. Very … like I say it again, cute right? Jase Oh Jase, the guy with a lot of baggage and issues.

Jase has a secret and it keeps him very guarded. I think because Cameron Hamilton and his damn cookies were met first This however does not take away how much I truly liked this. Jase and Tess's tale has a much harsher feel to it, a more emotional tone, and definitely more intense themes. There was still a bit of humor and good banter, but again I really like Jase How truly heartbreaking his past is. He is a big I think because Cameron Hamilton and his damn cookies were met first He is a big bad teddy bear, he struggles so hard to do the right thing at all times, but his heart is so big and he really, really wants his best friend's little sister!

That or he has the patience of an absolute saint! As for Tess I was kind of in the middle with her I will acknowledge the fact that she was young, and that she has had a forever crush on Jase, but she was bit drama for me with about everything. I felt bad for all the shit she had dumped on her from her injury, past abusive relationship, and traumatic roomie experiences. I did appreciated her all out attitude towards Jase, but I just felt she was too young to really "know" what her future would be, esp after losing her dreams!

But both were inherently good That being said, i am still a fan of this series! I love Jase and his pink cupcake boxes, and I hope he and Tess make it I am really hoping Ollie gets some love I remember loving more Teresa and Jase's story, let's see if it is still true. It wasn't a bad read really, I just never really fell in love with both Jase and Tess and all that was going on with them. It probably is a case of it is just me, my mood etc Update: dropping this one back from a 3 to a 2 because a 3 was too generous. Be with Me was a book I went in with low expectations because it seemed to be a book a lot of my friends didn't like.

Those expectations were basically fulfilled because this book was quick, easy and nice but it definitely wasn't anything amazing. Be with Me follows the love story of Jase and Teresa who have basically just been obsessed with each other since they first kissed a year ago. However, Jase is best friends wit Update: dropping this one back from a 3 to a 2 because a 3 was too generous. However, Jase is best friends with Teresa's older brother, Cameron from Wait for You , and therefore they can't do anything about it.

A year passes and they end up basically back together but they literally continuously break up because of lots of silly issues. My main problem with this book were all the arguments and break ups. A whole bunch of other drama happens in this book which were interesting and crazy but I feel like the love story itself was rather lacking, hence the 3 stars. This book was perfect for what I needed at the time I was studying for an exam and I needed an outlet but it's definitely not a book I loved, especially after how good Wait for You was.

Jan 20, Didi rated it really liked it Shelves: new-adult , friends-to-lovers , college-romance , angst-in-my-pants. I liked it more than Wait For You, but again, with only 5 potential stars to give, a 4 star rating is never the same. So a higher 4 stars than the previous book in the series. The worst part is I couldn't remember Jase. I scanned Wait For You and still couldn't remember. He was intense and hot and funny and sweet I could go on and on.

Jase as I shamefully remembered, was Cam's best friend. He's had it bad for Cam's sister, Teresa and vice versa. But now that Teresa's dance dreams have been put on hold, she enrols at the same university as Cam and Jase. This was a very angsty book, which I loved. I don't like over the top drama but angst, done right? Is great. Jase has a big secret that he uses to keep away from relationships and the only girl to ever make him question this happens to be Cam's little sister.

So there was a lot of back and forth, to and fro, coming and going But after a while this got old. I get Jase's reluctance and fears, I really do. I also get he couldn't stay away from Tess. Rightly so. These two had Great chemistry and 'got' each other. Jase was scared, petrified his secret would ruin anything between him and Tess.

Also scared what could potentially happen between him and Tess. But he didn't have to be such a yo-yo about it! And poor Tess. She loved this man. She would stand by him if only he stopped giving her whiplash. As with the previous book, there was some suspenseful drama that peaked into an excruciatingly difficult scene. This added to the book and helped break up any potential lulls in the story.

Sometimes it takes a near tragedy to make you see what's truly important. And Jase finally saw the ridiculousness of his inaction. He shed his doubt and fear to truly embrace the love between him and Tess. JLA writes excellent sexy time. I've always thought so, and she didn't disappoint here. The next book will surely give us more of those two as well as Jase and Tess.

This is actually a great series and easy to get absorbed in. Funny, sexy and sweet. Feb 18, Jen rated it really liked it Shelves: february , series-book , contemporary-romance , erotic-romance , kindle-own , college-romance. This is book 2 in the "Wait for you" series, and it is about the sister from the hero in the last book. Teresa has a major crush on Jase, who is her brother's best friend. They are both attracted to each other, but they try to hide it from Cam for a long time.. This story though, is about way more than just that. It has some very heavy and emotional topics that come up.

In fact, I have to say that considering Teresa is 18, and Jase is I was ve This is book 2 in the "Wait for you" series, and it is about the sister from the hero in the last book. I was very impressed with Teresa and how she dealt with the huge bumps in her life. Jase, took a little longer to come through his baggage, but he was still an amazing guy! I loved how he was with "his Tess" This series has it all I have devoured each book I have read so far, and definitely want to keep going with this series.

Jennifer Armentrout is an author who hasn't failed me yet. So far there isn't a book of hers that I dislike! This series is written by her; but it is under the name "J. If you are a reader that likes angst in their stories, then this series is well worth looking into. Honestly, I mostly try to stay away from a lot of angst; but for some reason this series has held me captivated so far!! Super glad I have gone back to this series, and I can't wait to see what else is to come!! View all 3 comments. Mar 09, Jana My Messy Chapters rated it it was amazing Shelves: favourites , jennifer-l-armentrout , reads.

View all 14 comments. Dec 23, Rose rated it it was ok Shelves: mature , realistic-fiction , great-premise-lacking-execution , drama , tough-subjects , contemporary , new-adult , romance , audiobooks , erotica. Initial reaction: Dude, I have some complaints about this. The audio reading is fine, but there are moments of cheese and underdevelopment. Review to come. Full review: Have you ever picked up a book where you appreciate the story being told for what it offers, but find you hate the way it's told? That pretty much sums up my reaction to J.

I even thought it had Initial reaction: Dude, I have some complaints about this. I even thought it had some decent themes that it decided to touch on. But honestly, the writing in this not only tried waaaay too hard to be contemporary some of it was funny and identifiable, but after a certain point, it got very dated and cheesy , but also the execution completely shortchanged everything this had to offer. It was a chore to read in places, and yet at the same time had too much going on to really be palpable in any respect. It's not that I completely disliked this book - I'm rating it 1.

It kept me reading - I felt for Teresa in terms of her losing her respective dreams and thinking her life would go in one direction but ended up completely going another and having to deal with the hard reality of that measure. But nothing about this book really felt real. You can tell that it touches upon some tough subjects such as domestic violence, abusive relationships, suicide, teenage parenthood, etc.

But it felt like one big rollercoaster of drama and the serious measures were backdrop to the overarching love story really. I couldn't wrap my head around how one moment the narrative showcased this huge reveal of a character's suicide, with the emotional weight of that coming across, and then the next moment the main characters are engaging in almost sexy times with a complete emotional mismatch with that backdrop.

Sure, there's the mention of all the emotional duress being a build up for that scenario, but it still made the whole emotional resonance feel awkward and off. I'm getting ahead of myself, so I'll backtrack a bit and break this down. Teresa is Cam's little sister Cam and Avery had their story in the previous book. She has quite a bit of emotional baggage to start this story off.

She was formerly in an abusive relationship which nearly broke apart her family, has a bad leg injury that's prevents her from pursuing her dreams as a dancer so she's attending college for her backup plan , and she has to deal with a relationship that she thought was one thing and ended up not being a thing Let's just say that her LI, Jase, is a bit hot and cold as a lover because of his own emotional baggage, which would have more weight if it wasn't so The bulk of this book is really showcasing how Teresa ends up with Jase, while dealing with a lot of rough circumstances in the backdrop of things.

Note that I make mention of these rough circumstances being the backdrop because they are no more than that. That kind of sucks because it feels like they're shortchanged in a way to the lust-filled, emotionally mismatched rollercoaster of a relationship that Jase and Teresa engage in. Not to mention the seemingly overabundant sex scenes, which I think were superfluous and took over the story whereas other elements were either glossed over, undeveloped, or just plain dropped by the wayside.

Dude, it kicks me in the gut to say this because I really think this was a downgrade from "Wait for You" - which I thought had some moments of potency. This installation in the series felt more juvenile for the level of the portrayals. It's not that the events themselves were juvenile, it was the writing conveying that sense. Teresa's voice was uber annoying because of the contemporary jargon that kept being thrown out every which way but loose, shortchanging not only her accounts for things in places, but also making the read tedious and cheesy.

I rolled my eyes often because it felt like too much. There were moments I thought it worked, but mostly I wanted to say "Okay, this is akin to having far too many pop culture references just to make it seem 'cool' - get to the story already. Not to mention her relationship with Jase somewhat takes over the narrative in an annoying way. Jase is a douche in places, leaving her emotionally by the wayside in very critical moments. There are times when he shows palpable maturity and I liked those moments , but something about the narrative seemed off on this account, and even having finished the work, I still can't quite put my finger as to why this felt so It felt like it was trying too hard, and part of it I know is Teresa's narration of events, part of it is the mismatched focus and jarring emotional transitions with little rhyme or reason, the other I can't really say why it's off, other than to say it really detracted from my experience with the narrative.

The overarching conflicts are presented in a way that are juvenile in comparison to the weighted measures they were in themselves. I couldn't care. I just couldn't care because I knew the narrative was manipulating me for the experience. I just The telegraphing didn't help. Ultimately, I was just glad when this was done, and I can think of other NA reads Donovan's "Reason to Breathe" that give more genuine portrayals of the subject matter than this did. I don't even know what this was, other than a stereotypical title in the genre.

I do plan on reading the next book in this series, but I hope it's a lot better for the portrayals than this narrative came across. Overall score: 1. View 2 comments. Be With Me is the second book in the Wait For Me series but is able to be read as a stand alone novel. Again, this is another re-read for me so I knew the twists which are damn obvious and I knew how absolutely annoying the characters were.