I loved that Lea was a black belt and could kick some serious ass. I loved the pulling to the side of road moment. Point Five: Make It Right is a very fast read. I love a character that is strong and comfortable with her own sexuality and takes control of it. Lea Travers avoids guys like Maxcocky jocks who assume shes fragile because of a disability caused by a childhood accident.
Author: After graduating from Bowler University, the last place Cam Ruiz ever expected to find himself is his hometown. It's hard to believe, given all the books I've read, but it's true. She likes to be in control, and something about being with Max makes her feel anything but. Make It Right es el segundo libro de la trilogia Bowler University escrita por la autora Megan Erickson y narra la historia de Max y Lea, personajes secundarios en la novela anterior. I think she rocks every scene. Lea doesn't think that Max is wanting to be with her because he is interested, its more because he can't get to her, she keeps everyone at arms length.
Lea Travers avoids guys like Max - cocky jocks who assume she's fragile because of a disability caused by a childhood accident. And he could be surprisingly sweet and thoughtful. She's small in stature but looms large in his head, and he'd like to get to know her better. When the attacks ramp up and hit close to home, Lea and Max must learn, before it's too late, that true strength can come from vulnerability. Brent cannot resist her for even one moment and Ivy finds it hard to deny the fact that he makes her feel happy.
And yet, it feels natural and organic for him. Trapped in a life he does not choose for himself, he sees no way out of the future that is already mapped out for him. Make It Right is the second book in the Bowler University series. I really enjoyed this book…like a lot. I think nearly everyone has redeemable qualities and I love when an author can make me see the true character and make me admit I was wrong. She's everything I am and want to be, and she's a fictional character.
He just went through some stuff and even if I didn't like the things he did, after learning more about his backstory, I completely understand why he did. Max was very supportive of her in that regard and I warmed to him as a result. And omg I do love this boy. Trusting him is a whole other problem. I like the secondary cast of characters and they were decently detailed as well. Max completely redeemed himself in my eyes.
Initial thoughts: I can't stress how much I loved absolutely everything about this book. I love a girl who gives as good as she gets and Lea definitely did that. Make it Right by Megan Erickson Original Publication Date: September 9, 2014 Length: 336 pages Publisher: William Morrow Impulse Obtained Via: Bought 2 in the Bowler University series View at the Traffic light: Max Payton lives by two rules: Size and strength win any fight, and never show weakness. Make it Right tells the story of Max and Lea. And Max was a bit of a jerk putting it mildly in MiC.
He harbors a secret crush on Lea, his ex's bff, but he can't stop acting like a total jackass around her. But that brought a lot of baggage into their relationship, and it made the tone of Make It Right a lot more serious than I expected it to be. I never expected to become fixated on someone who'd initially been a rival. He's funny and sweet and he's truly swoony. She finds herself arguing with him but all the while secretly attracted to him. And when they end up teaching a self defense class together, he finally gets the chance. So I was quite excited with this book.
as long as she never finds out who he really is. She doesn't want anyone, especially not arrogant Max seeing her as weak. There are countless moments between Lea and Max that are filled with fluffiest fluff ever. There have been a few assaults around campus including her own cousin, so Lea tries and succeeds in getting a self-defense class started and Max ends up being the classes 'attacker'. She says that her childhood pet was a deaf cat with a lot of dandruff on its body. She too, has her own issues to deal with — and her insecurities are tested to the Max baha, get it? I love Erickson's writing style.