Freshly heartbroken and downright annoyed, Genevieve is also one ‘D’ away from getting kicked out of school. In other words, life could be better for the rowdy, youngest Rodriquez sibling. Her only hope of passing physics is her quiet, nerdy tutor, Adam.
Adam isn’t her type at all. He’s too quiet, too polite, and he’d rather stare at lab charts than bother to notice the bustier top so sexy, it turned the head of every guy in a five-mile radius.
When Adam tells Genevieve that he won’t be back after winter break because his visa is about to expire, the words drop out of her spontaneous, heartbroken mouth before she has the time to think…
Thinking it’s a joke, Adam gives Genevieve a firm no. But when the joke turns into something more, all bets are off and all limits are broken. Adam may not notice a perfect bustier, but he can’t resist a good argument. And Genevieve has been arguing to get exactly what she wants her entire life.
So every time I’ve read a Steph & Liz collab, I don’t think it can get better. There’s something about the writing styles of these chicks that just pulls you in, keeps you there, and always offers a great read. I like picking up one of their books because I’m certain I won’t be bored, and almost always, I know I’ll just be able to cruise through it without complication. Limits was exactly this … and I have to say, Adam gave Deo and Cohen a run for their money. I didn’t think I could like anyone more than Cohen. And I might? I’m not sure I can fully say that out loud. But the thought is there.
I’d been interested in reading Genevieve’s story because of her infatuation with Deo. I wanted to know more about that, and also what would become of it once Deo and Whit were officially together, and Gen had to realize her chances were really nada.
What I didn’t expect was to fall so hard for nerdy science boy Adam. I don’t know why I didn’t anticipate that, because I love a nerd. Always. But I just fell. So hard. Total sexy geek.
Gen & Adam together—hello chemistry! I loved the awkwardness at first with them. The slight touches, and the overall discomfort. It was believable, kinda laughable at times, and just kept me interested. And the way they actually got together made for a great storyline. It was something different, and I appreciated the turns that the story took.
Okay, and the sexual chemistry between them—yes, please.
I liked how Gen challenged Adam. And vice versa. It really represented marriage. Especially young marriage. When you’re still finding out who you are, it’s hard to share your life with someone. Their struggles were real. And while the marriage might’ve started as a farce, they both had the best intentions, and while they didn’t admit it intially, their love was real.
This is another must-read from these ladies. It’s a great addition to the Lengths series, and another piece of the puzzle solved! I can’t wait to read more from these families. They’re dynamic, well-developed characters, and the benefit of them being spin-offs, is you always get little glimpses from the other characters you’ve already fallen for. BONUS!