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Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Blog Tour: Deep Blue. Review & Giveaway

Deep Blue
Jules Barnard
Blue Series book 1
New Adult
Ebook, 239 pages
Release Date: March 6th 2014
Overall Rating: 4/5

When Cali Morgan kicks off her perfect post-college summer in Lake Tahoe, she has everything she ever wanted: acceptance into a top law program, a gorgeous boyfriend, and an incredible summer planned with her best friend.
Confident about her place in the world, Cali makes it her mission to be her friend’s wingwoman and help her meet guys. What Cali doesn’t count on is running into Jaeger Lang, one of her older brother’s high school friends, or the sparks that fly when she’s around him.
Jaeger has changed, and it’s not just the added height and muscle. There’s something about him that’s deep and a little scarred. In spite of the changes, Jaeger becomes a top pick for her friend—if Cali can keep her hands off him.
But when Cali’s boyfriend dumps her and her carefully laid plans begin to unravel, she finds herself questioning what it is she truly desires. In the midst of doubts about her future, one thing is very clear: she wants Jaeger for her own. The question is, has her friend already fallen for him?
Cali has it all planned out this is supposed to be the best summer break yet but of course things don’t always turn out the way they are supposed to. Her uber sucky boyfriend breaks up with her but doesn’t even tell her (who does that?). Honestly I wasn’t a huge fan of Cali, she often jumped to conclusions without having all of the facts. She also played the martyr and at times it was too much for me. Cali seemed kind of lost to me. Having said that it was nice to see her character grow up a little bit.
Jaeger. My my my, what can I say about that man? He was great. He was a well-rounded character who seemed to know where he was going and what he wanted from life. Though that isn’t to say he was perfect, he made mistakes but he also learned from them. Together they were quite the pair, and their relationship made for a good read.
Deep Blue was a good read, very well written with a storyline that flowed. The transition between ideas was smooth, and nothing was confusing. Though I do wish there was a little more romance between the two main characters. I would recommend this book to friends. Deep Blue made for a nice quick read so please do yourself a favor and get it.

Jules Barnard Bio:

Jules Barnard is originally from the San Francisco Bay Area. She attended UC Davis, whose college landscape often finds its way into her New Adult novels. She has a Master’s degree and spent many an hour running statistical analysis, until she realized her favorite part of the job was writing reports. She decided to cut out the math and add in some hot guys, and so began her career as a novelist.
Jules is a Northern California native living on the coast with her husband and two children. She has no impulse control around cupcakes and credits herself with the ability to read while running on the treadmill or burning dinner.
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