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NAMED ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS OF THE YEAR BY LIBRARY JOURNAL In Robin York's provocative new novel, two young ex-lovers find themselves. Deeper book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. In Robin York's sizzling debut, a college student is attacked online and. Derna said: # ~ Title: Harder (Caroline & West #2)Author: Robin YorkGenre: NEW ADULT CONTEMPORY ROMANCEFormats: Mobi, Epub a.

If you have a daughter then you should download them this book! Feeling Fictional This book left me speechless, with knots in my stomach and my heart in my mouth Deeper is a gripping and addictive novel with an important storyline and real, raw emotion Reading in the Sunshine The whole New Adult craze pretty much past me by, happening when I was forced to take a break from reading and blogging for a while.

To be honest, I wasn't all that desperate to get on the bandwagon Damn, am I glad I did. I really, really loved this book Cosy Books Deeper is such a beautiful, beautiful story! I've no idea what I'm going to do until Harder, the second book in the series, comes out. I didn't want the story to end, I love these two together! Lees de eerste pagina's. Reviews Schrijf een review.

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Anderen bekeken ook. Robin York Harder 5, Alice Clayton Wallbanger 10, Debbie Macomber Caroline's Child 5, Alice Clayton Last Call 5, Harper Sloan Cowboy Up: Coming Home Book 3 3, Jacinda Townsend Saint Monkey: A Novel 15, My husband is the greatest I can't wait to see where the next book goes. AND I'm not ashamed!!! View all 5 comments. Jan 03, Barbara rated it it was amazing Shelves: Normally NA is not my gender, but I give it a try, because the blur sounds very appealing and I saw also some 5 stars… The characters depth of West and Caroline were breath taking, they felt so real to me, all the angst of a first love, and the past take overtakes all their joy!!

But I love was their swoon, chemistry, tender moments between Caroline and West!! Two word: Pure… bliss … Some moments Did I mention I love West!?! West is awesome, despite is young age… he is one hell of a MAN!!! Review First, I want to apologize for not connecting with this book. So please, do not go by my opinion on this book. There are so many 5 Star ratings out there, which make me the minority this time. I will end with this though….

Jan 08, Michelle [Helen Geek] rated it really liked it Recommends it for: A nice solid read. April -- Definitely 5 Stars. Third read. I've read some real stinkers, so really appreciate the books that engage me and keep me engaged. Ruthie Knox at her very best. Wish I had more like this.

Better the second time, I think. Very good and just what I needed. There is a second book, so guess that means this will be a series? Saying this, we do not have a cliffhanger here. Or at least not my definition of a cliffhanger. We do have a complete story. Nothing to fear here. Where do you even start with a book like this? It is an important story. It is about what happens when a relationship ends and the other person wants revenge.

Used to be they'd prank call you and possibly stalk you and rumor you to death. You had concrete actions you could take if it got out of hand. They can ruin you with the click of a button. This is what happened to Caroline. An amazing story. Frightening in places.

However, we all know great subject matter, great characters without the author's voice in it, just doesn't happen. This author, for a debut book, it really amazing. It is so polished, so complete She has a beautiful way with words that draw you wonderful emotional pictures. She can take you immediately to the dark side of emotion and has no problem showing you the wonder and joy. I can't wait to read more of her.

By the end of this book you know these two. You love them and understand them and want them to be okay. You want them to be okay together. But, you know that life has varied paths we take and it can't all be tied up neatly with a bow. This is the message of this story -- sometimes, life gets in the way, other people have to be our priority. It is the "right" thing to do, but real love? Well, real love, once found, is there. It's all around you; the air you breath, the thoughts you think, the matter making up the mass.

It will survive. We also had a great cast of secondary characters. This story really had some depth. We had friends and family that we got to know. I love when a story actually has more depth than the primary two characters. It adds to the MC when you understand them through their interactions with others. She was in a monogamous relationship.

It was a long standing, three [3] year relationship. Sex happened. Her guy wanted to take some pictures. She wasn't crazy about it, but she loved him.

Trusted him. Time happened and she just didn't think she loved him enough. Something was missing and she decided to end it. As simple as that and you have to give her kudo's. Well, he wasn't happy and the next thing you know, these pictures showed up everywhere. She was sick. Think about it? How easy could this happen to you? What about someone you love? Recently my nephew [late 30's] said an ex hacked into his FB account and was posting stuff.

Social media is now. No stopping it. The author does a very good job of helping the audience understand the horror of this. Also, the powerlessness you feel if actions like this happen to you or someone you love. The most important message is this She trusted him with all she had.

This is how he repaid her trust. This is an important story. The subject matter -- and the simple fact the story is done so well. I hate when a books' marketing "pigeon holes" it.

Not fair really. My opinion, I think this is more contemporary literature. It has romance, sure and the the age of the main characters is college age; 20 or so. The story is well thought out and the wordsmithing is exemplary.

Why put it in a "slot"? We have too many people who say they don't like or normally read something blah. There are way too many books out there. Really good books. Seriously too many good ones to select from. Sure, they may not be on this topic. But, once this is published you can bet there will be more. Just sayin'. Too bad really [refer to 1 above This is an author to watch. She is very good. She tells a great story with a depth of character and emotion that will set her apart.

The subject matter contained in this story is interesting. She does a great job with taking the reader through the trials and travails of cyber reputation slashing.

Job well done, Ms. View all 25 comments. Oct 30, Heather rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Wow, just This is a debut novel?

This book was amazing. I loved it! When I realized it wasn't being published until January I wanted to scream. That means I have to wait even longer for the follow up!

So Robin York, take pity on me. Give me a bone. I need to know what happens next! I'm done ranting now, on to my review Caroline grew up in a life of privilege. Her father is a judge who makes a good living. Her mother died when she was young but she was loved and cared for. Caroline Wow, just Caroline was Dad's little girl. She is the youngest of three. She is the responsible one and the one most likely to follow in her father's footsteps.

She is attending a prestigious college and majoring in pre-law. Life is good. West is a young man who has had to work hard to get where he is. His father was not an honorable man. He came in and out of West's life throughout his childhood.

When he left he always took whatever money they had and left his mother a crying mess. West has a baby sister, Frankie. She is his reason to be a better man. He attends the same college as Caroline and is a pre-med student. He hopes to make a better life for him and Frankie. Everything should be wonderful. But it's not.

When Caroline breaks up with her boyfriend of three years, he doesn't take it well. He had taken photographs of her and him having sex. They ended up plastered all over the internet.

Caroline gets a text from her best friend and finds out that everyone has seen the photographs. West has his own issues. His tuition is generously being paid for by a doctor who took him under his wing. But West must come up with money for room and board. He also has to make enough money to help his mother and sister out back home.

So, he does what he knows how to do, he sells weed. Everyone on campus knows who West is and what he does. Caroline has been strictly forbidden by her father to speak to West under any circumstances. When the pictures go viral, all of campus is abuzz. Caroline is mortified. She begins receiving hate messages and she shuts herself off from the world.

So when West steps up and defends her honor, she doesn't know what to do. In the middle of the night the voices in her head get too loud to allow her sleep. She finds herself driving around town at all hours of the night running from them. Caroline is drawn to West but he won't let her in.

He pushes her away time and time again. He doesn't have time for a relationship, or even a friend. But the chemistry is undeniable and when they are alone together, sparks ignite. Despite the "No friends" rule, Caroline starts hanging out with West. They find solace in each other. He chases away her demons and she makes him feel needed. He hides his drug deals from her and he tells her nothing about what has him so worried all of the time.

She gets close enough to him to see it in his eyes, but he can't or just won't share. Back home his life is falling apart. His sister is growing up too fast, his mother's boyfriend is drinking too much and his deadbeat no good father is back in town and living in the families old beat up trailer that West paid for.

West knows its just a matter of time before it all falls apart. I've learned that when evil crawls out of a snake pit, you have to track it down and squash it. Then you have to assume it had babies and go looking for them. He can't risk it. His sister needs him too much.

He vows to end it. But how can you end something when you are tangled up so deep that you can't see your way out. Caroline is a victim of non-consensual pornography. She was victimized, but she will not be a victim.

She is going to be a survivor, and to do that she has to fight back. When everything starts to fall apart, she has to show the world what she's made of. It may be enough to save her, but she can't save West too. He has to save himself.

And he's got to figure out how to do that, on his own. Deep and then deeper, until I couldn't come home again without bringing her along. All I can say is I loved this book. It has a bit of a cliffhanger at the end.

Don't judge this book by its ending though. I hate cliffhangers and I would definitely read this one again, its worth it!

West is perfect with his dangerous, bad boy past and his dark secrets. He is hot in an understated way.

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I love that he has a crooked nose and ears that are a little too small for his head. I love that Caroline has a gap in her front teeth. They are everyday normal people. I was pulled into this story and held captive until the very end. The story starts from Caroline's point of view but then we get a glimpse of what is going on inside the enigmatic West. He is a complex and tortured soul.

He is extremely smart and has a promising future ahead of him, but he comes with a TON of baggage. Caroline can't help but fall for him despite her best efforts.

I have a new favorite author! I adored this one, definitely a favorite of mine. I'd give it more than 5 stars if I could! View all 14 comments. Oct 26, Polly rated it it was amazing. Easily one of the best books I've read since I started my Goodreads journey and you know I read a lot of books! I loved West and Caroline's relationship. It was deep see what I did there? It was beautiful and heart warming while being heartbreaking at the same time. I laughed, I sighed, and damnit even though I knew it was coming the ending gutted me.

I sat here with tears at what had to happen. I say "had" because it's truly the only cliffhanger I've been ok with. Don't let the ending keep you from reading this one now.

It's worth it. I messaged Robin and told her what I hope happens in the next book and really hope that's what happens. I can't wait for these two to get their HEA. They deserve it.

Caroline Piasecki is a sophomore at Putnam College. Her life has been turned upside down because she has become the victim of "Revenge Porn". She broke up with her boyfriend, Nate, who decided that she deserved to have her name and reputation tarnished by blasting naked pics of her doing sexual acts with him, all over the internet.

She had hopes of running for student body president and for getting in to Law School to follow in her dad's footsteps, but now that's all a distant dream. She spends her days avoiding most of her fellow students for fear they all have seen her naked pics and has been receiving derogatory emails from sleezy douchebags. West Leavitt is the guy who used to live across the hall from Caroline freshman year.

He's the resident bad boy from the wrong side of the tracks, and utterly gorgeous, and drool worthy. There's so much more to him though. When you find out how he got to Putnam and why he's there, his Book Boyfriend status just goes off the charts. I fell hard for West, and of course, you know Caroline does too. She's had a crush on him from the very first day they met and it looks like he's also been harboring feelings for her as well.

After Caroline breaks up with Nate, and she's going through the internet ordeal, she and West strike up sort of a friendship. She has trouble sleeping due to all the nightmares she's been having, and ends up going to the bakery that West works at during the late night hours. I loved how West helped Caroline slowly realize that although what happened was horrible, that it was not the end of the world.

That her life still goes on. I also really liked Caroline. She didn't just run away from her problems. She eventually finds herself again through her connection to West and her wonderful friends. It is true what they say, "what doesn't kill you, makes you stronger. He carries a heavy burden upon his shoulders, in which I'm sure most guys would probably run away from. He wants to be with Caroline so badly but at the same time knows eventually his life back home is going to take him away from Putnam and her.

For most of the book he is fighting against his feelings for Caroline and vice versa. I was dying, just dying, for these two to finally get together. The author doesn't disappoint when it finally happens. The way these two would give in to their feelings but then something would always end up coming between them, which would keep them apart.

The ending was utterly heartbreaking!! BUT , I am kind of happy that I waited this long to read the book since the next one comes out in a few weeks!! I'm hoping that West can break free of his past and find happiness with Caroline.

When you've got a shot at deeper, you have to fist your hands in its T-shirt and pull it closer. Tug until fabric rips. Yank at it, reel it in until it's naked up against your belly and you're starving and full, desperate and satiated, dizzy and grounded. You have to, because ugliness is everywhere. Because life's not fair.

Because the world is a seriously fucked-up place. You have to, because beauty is out there, and it's worth every sacrifice we make to seize it. It's worth it even if we don't get to keep it. View all 23 comments. Caroline has been the victim of sex tapes circling online.

She strikes up a non-friendship with West, who isnt sharing much about himself. I didnt feel invested until a third into the book but when I did oh West! I was glad this had dual pov otherwise I would have been annoyed with him. I felt some bits dragged and the ending felt like a mild cliffy to me. I would recommend this if you want a college type with the right amount of steam and great relationship development.

Can you believe it?! I can't believe it!!! Fucking finally a hetero book that I loved. A heroine who didn't piss me off. A hero I would die for. A fresh and original storyline I don't usually make it past the hetero sample even though I really want to but this was compelling stuff! Okay, not totally all compelling and sometimes a bit too much draaaahma but hey-ho, this is NA. Robin York you are onto something here,great job!

Now hurry up with the sequel would you. View all 3 comments. Mar 14, Jacqueline's Reads rated it really liked it Shelves: I just want to rip my hair out! BUT in a good way Caroline has a sex tape released by her ex-boyfriend. She was on track to be a top involved student, making good grades and getting attention, but it all changed with the release of the video and photos.

Now, Caroline wants to just be invisible.

After a year of admiring West from afar, she finally approaches him. I love the damsel in distress Heroine, but what I love more is how much Caroline changes throughout the read.

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Caroline is distraught and really scared. West Ahhhh… you have to love the tortured Hero. West has a lot on his shoulders. He grew up in a trailer trash town and is in college because of a scholarship. West only goal is to work, so he can send his family money and become a doctor so he can support his family.

He will do anything for money, even it means doing illegal things. Review The thing I enjoyed so much about Deep is the pace! I forget how much I love slightly dramatic, low-key college reads. I really really really really loved Caroline and West slow building relationship. Wests only goal is to make money.

When West finds Caroline in her car outside the bakery shop at two AM, he invites her in to just hang out, which I think is so adorable! There is a part where I wanted to pull my hair out and it was my fault.

I thought Deeper was a standalone, silly me, I should have known it was a series. I am happy that the Caroline and West story continues, but I was pretty back-handed by the ending.

This poor girl. Of course, she made a mistake. But it's only Caroline who gets punished for something that someone else did, and this is a punishment that literally ruins her entire life, takes over her psyche and rules her every day choices and thoughts.

She does have a small circle of friends, some that she makes over the course of this book, and I'm so glad for that small gift. I loved how the relevant people to this story are all very human.

One friend is a major player, one a bisexual woman rugby player I loved her!!! West is trying to raise his station in life, go to medical school, and support his baby sister and protect her from their mother's terrible choices and their father's abuse. But he knows that any day, he may have to leave college and the dreams he has. He's always had to grow up too quickly, but now he's on the verge of bettering himself and the unfairness and his bitterness just tore at my heart. This isn't a case of contrived circumstances and over dramatized junk.

Caroline and West are going to have to make some major decisions, some major life changes, and each of them is going to have to do the one thing that will be the hardest for each of them: They have to trust each other.

Not easy to do for either of them. This is a stay up late clutching at your reader type of book. I couldn't see the light at the end of the tunnel no matter how badly I wanted it to be there. But this journey not only one of utter betrayal and heartbreak, but one of healing and trusting and moving beyond what others think of you. It's a journey of self discovery, and this author made magic for me.Robin York you are onto something here,great job!

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