Pushing the Limits by Katie McGarry
Release Date: July 2012
Place on Hold
Synopsis: Echo and Noah both believe they’re broken beyond repair. Noah’s a trouble-making, girl-using foster kid. Echo can’t remember the events of the night that gave her her ” freaky” scars. A chance meeting in the guidance counselors office will bring them together; afterwards nothing can tear them apart.
I loved this book so much. I normally don’t go for romance books but this was so much more than that. Echo and Noah had a very realistic romance in the sense that is wasn’t one of those ” love at first sight, no emotional baggage, I don’t care where you came from or what you’ve been through you’re with me now” romances. It’s like excuse me ? What exactly do you love about each other!? You don’t know each other! I liked that Echo and Noah took a while to warm up to each other. They both had A LOT of emotional baggage that they discussed and helped each other deal with. It was an REAL relationship and it was great. Echo and Noah forever!
This book had so much more to it than just romance. There was deeper issues to tackle, such as Echo and the incident that gave her her scars and Noah’s life as a foster kid. It was so much more than just a romance. It’s definitely pg-13 but I recommend it.