Looking for an alpha male in your new adult romance read?
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"I love alpha males.... Yes I know Alpha males are the in thing but they need to be done right and in this book Drake is perfect." -Aurora Rose Reynolds, New York Times & USA Today bestselling author of the Until Series.
Alexa is just your average college junior, attending classes and piloting Mile High Club charter flights. Boys haven't been on her radar for a couple years after a disastrous breakup with her high school sweetheart. Her plans to focus on school hit a bit of a snag when she meets bad-boy Drake Bennett and he sets his sights on making her his own.
Drake transferred to Blythe College for the rugby team, not for a new assortment of college girls. He's sexy and cocky, and he attracts women like moths to a flame. When he meets Alexa, Drake knows he's met his match. She tries to resist him, but Drake isn't used to taking no for an answer.
Push the Envelope (Blythe College 1) does not have a cliffhanger.
I truly enjoyed the different characters and at the end love conquered all. The chemistry between Drake and Alexa was amazing .
Thumbs up to the author.
I've read this book twice now and I loved it even more the second time around. This has everything in it that I look for.
Alexa is a game changer for Drake. He's man enough to go after what he wants and that's Alexa. He's dominant, possessive but also treats her with respect. Due to a misunderstanding in the beginning, Alexa resists at first and that just made Drake more determined.
There is a bit of other woman and other men drama in this and I didn't even care. The way Drake and Alexa both handled it made it a non-issue for me. I really would love to find more books like this one. It's not easy to find an OTT Alpha story that is written maturely. I loved every bit of it!
i agree with the other lower reviews. the story went from 0-100 in just a few pages. and everybody is like super on board with the fact that drake was gonna be her bf after knowing him for all of two seconds. 🙄 even the dad. and and yes, the endearments babe and baby are wayyyy overused.