Saturday, January 16, 2016

Review: A Different Side - CM Doporto

Blurb: 
The highly anticipated story from the University Park Series. 

Park Hill University’s star quarterback, Raven Davenport, has every woman dying to get caught in his trap, but he’s only interested in catching one girl – Lexi Thompson. But will he learn how to deal with his inner demons or will they continue to control him to the point of destroying what he loves most? Read Raven and Lexi’s story from a different side. 






Review: 
Get caught up in the Raven's Trap all over again. Just when you thought it was over, CM Doporto takes us back to PHU and gives us a look at Raven and Lexi's romance from Raven's perspective. Ever wonder why Raven did the things he did? Why he made the decisions he made? What was going on in that gorgeous head of his when he played hot and cold with Lexi? Well here's your chance.

You've heard Lexi's side of the story, now come join us and read Raven's.

Bad boy football player meets good girl who sets his world on its end. Lexi is everything Raven wants and needs in his life. He knows it. His friends know it. His family knows it. She is the best thing that has ever happened in his life. Yet his demons won't shut up. Not matter how good she is for him, he just never sees himself as being good enough for her. At times the darkness within him seems to overwhelm all common sense, especially when it comes to his relationship with Lexi.

After years of being a good dutiful daughter and doing everything her parents demanded of her, sweet, innocent Lexi is ready to walk on the wild side. And she knows exactly who she wants to take that walk with. Engaged to the perfect man but fascinated by the boy she should stay away from, Lexi is ready to put it all on the line and be the next and hopefully last woman caught in the Raven's Trap.

I've read all the previous books several times, so I am scarily familiar with the characters and the story line. Yet from the moment I began to read A Different Side and started seeing the same stances but through Raven's eyes, it was like reading an entirely new, never before read, book. I laughed, I screamed, and yes, I even cried. I achieved a whole new level of understanding on what drove Raven that touched a part of me very few books touch.


Get through the first chapter and there's nothing you'll want more than to get caught up in the Raven Trap all over again.



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