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Switch to English sign up. Phone or email. Don't remember me. Nada Safii. Nada Safii pinned post 12 Mar Romance Books in English Mar 17, at When Mikayla imagined her prom night, she envisioned a fairy-tale evening full of romance. So when betrayal and tragedy come in quick succession, Mikayla is completely destroyed. Suddenly, everything she loved and everyone she relied on are tragically, irrevocably gone. Jake, a handsome boy she just met, happens to witness her loss. With no one to turn to, Mikayla is forced to depend on this near stranger and his family, and he in turn is determined to take care of her.
But Mikayla—thrust into adulthood with no one to guide her—is desperate to contain her grief and hide what she considers to be her weakness. Mikayla and Jake both want more, but despite their growing closeness and intense chemistry, she tries to keep her distance and protect her heart.
If you can admit to loving the new adult genre an admittance I carry with pride and you love it when an author is able to simultaneously break you heart then piece you back together again then you can not miss out on this series.
As for those readers who can identify with the feeling of jumping on board the McLean emotional roller coaster then you can understand my struggle with saying goodbye to characters that have found a permanent place in my reading heart. Enjoy, readers. View all 35 comments. Oct 10, Beverly rated it it was amazing. This is one of my all-time favorite series and I know this hard to believe, but my favorite in the series.
Dylan Banks is something so incredibly special to me and now my favorite More Man. I know, I know this is a huge deal, because I have loved all these guys so hard, but Dylan is More than Enough for me. He is more than I expected and I can honestly say Dylan was worth the wait. Throughout the series I have never paid a t This is one of my all-time favorite series and I know this hard to believe, but my favorite in the series. Throughout the series I have never paid a ton of attention to Dylan. He was always wrapped up in drama and I am not a fan of drama, but from the beginning of More than Enough I fell in love.
I fell in love with the selfless, broken boy who saw he could do more and did. When the story begins Dylan is returning home from war and is injured. He is dealing with nightmares, guilt and a sense of failure, but that does stop him from going above and beyond to help someone else. Both of them were selfless in their love, but imperfect, realistic characters.
The passionate act of foreplay. I love how when I finished I was still thinking about it and wanting to tell the world how fantastic it is.
I was completely engaged and felt everything the characters felt. I loved seeing the rest of the Mayhem Group and having them share in the highs and lows.
I loved the book comments that any book lover can recognize, they always make me smile or laugh out loud. I loved how the story was light and fun, but also had so much depth and heart. It was the perfect mix and in the end there was nothing I would change. Jay McLean has quickly become one of my favorite authors.
Same with Jay, I thought I loved her books in the beginning, but every book I read I realize my love for her stories multiples. Her stories are unique, emotional and entertaining.
I highly recommend. It was in each other. We found the horizon. He found his calm. And I found my reality. ARC kindly provided in exchange for an honest review. View all 13 comments. I wanted more than enough. I felt so much, I lived every moment with them and the words on the pages were so spectacular and perfect, I still can't even think straight 48 hours after reading it.
Lance Corporal Dylan Banks is a man of few words but when he sees that he is needed, to help bring a girl back from the brink of despair, he becomes a man who gives her the hope she needs to move on from a loss that has had her sinking into a life of depression and grief. Her eyes are the color of sadness. Through this bonding, he falls deeper and deeper and the thought of leaving her, this woman who he has seen at her lowest low, and has overcome the sad in her life, makes him feel helpless when he has to return to duty and he is once again in the midst of a war in Afghanistan.
Just when everything is perfect, a devastating event interrupts their happiness and the real journey to battle for a happy ending begins. This book touches on depression in several forms and it was absolutely heartbreaking to watch it all take place on the page, especially when a proud and honourable man becomes a man who has the ability to hurt the ones he loves by words alone.
But the strength that his forever girl has is fierce and she repays him for saving her by saving him, even if it means she loses him. Whilst I spent hours crying over the pure heartache this book delivered, the author balanced it out with the most funny and entertaining dialogue and one liners that gave me such joy that I am in awe of how she weaves a story together so perfectly. There were so many little details that I know without a doubt that I will read this book again just so that I can experience the magic all over again.
So many things I loved about this book, and seeing as this is the finale of the More series, I cannot not mention the rest of the gang and their mayhem madness. Everyone that we have come to love was present, and it was a bitter-sweet end, but so, so good. I feel like I have gone on such an emotional journey and I wouldn't change a single thing about it, which is why I have added this book to my all time favourites shelf.
There is a lot more I could say but if I did we'd be here all day, so I think it's best just to say thank you Jay McLean for this series.
This is a New Adult romance, and the last in the series. Can be read as a standalone, but not recommended due to the sheer brilliance of the other books. Told in dual POV. ARC gratefully received from the author in exchange for an honest review. View all 21 comments. I'm Ready!!! Now if I could just transport myself to the future.. View all 4 comments. Jul 15, Patrycja rated it liked it Shelves: Nov 18, Michelle rated it liked it Shelves: Love this series but didn't love this one.
Then something happened that had me interested again but I don't know after a while it still wasn't holding my attention. I loved that we got so much of the rest of the gang! They had me laughing many times!
I will miss them all! Nothing is grabbing me any more so that could also be why I didn't love this one. So don't let my opinion stop you 3 Stars! So don't let my opinion stop you from grabbing this book I'm sure it's probably just me! View all 23 comments. The never wanting something sooooo good to end?? The angst, the love, the hate, the laughs the tears, throw all those feelings all in a bundle and that's what I get each and every time I read this series..
And to get that feeling?? It only costs a few bucks and it's drug free, go one click that first book it will be the best money you've ever spent on a book.. MORE THAN ENOUGH Starts off in the thick of a war zone taking place in Afghanistan, Dylan is shot in the shoulder during a take down operation and is sent back home on medical leave to re-cooperate where he finds himself living back home with his father and brother, adding his brother to the story has more than a few giggles in the story as these two go out of their way to outdo the other..
No sooner is he back home and knocking on the his neighbours door who plays the same song over and over at a high level, she's in a bad place, numbing her pain and grief with alcohol..
What becomes a daily routine of him knocking on her door to her letting him in things between these two progress slowly.. It may not be the perfect relationship, but it's perfect for these two.. I hope to god she doesn't see that maybe I'm as fucked up as she is. That while she uses alcohol to hide the mayhem inside her, I'm using her. For the first time since he knocked on my door - angry and pissed off at the world - we found what we were looking for.
And it sure as hell wasn't in the bottom of a bottle. We set a routine.. Me knocking.. Her opening.. Us in her room.. Me in her bed.. Her in her corner.. I sleep.. She writes.. I watch.. She cries.. We never ask why.. It's the slowest form of slow dance. So many times reading this I've caught myself giggling, then the next minute those feels will hit me, such an up and down roller coaster of a book..
One of those series that I'm penning in for a re read over Christmas.. I finished this read at 1am and just reset the book and began to re-read all my highlighted passages for another hour. This took a while as I think I must have highlighted over of the book.
I was so completely drained emotionally and yet, I could not sleep. It is not secret that I am a fan of the More Series.
I am a Jaybird and proud to stalk the hell out of McLean! That being said, I am a fan because I believe in her writing. I get her stories. I feel her passion, her humor, and her perfectly imperfect characters. I love to laugh and cry right along with the fictional characters she brought into my life. The heroine…the whys…the love story…everything is realized right along with the reader and it is beyond breath-taking. The whole book is chalk full of lyrical prose and profound concepts that I wonder where this angst genius stems from.
So, Kudos to Jay McLean and her beyond fabulous stories. Thank you for all the Operation Mayhem moments. Thank you for the sweet first loves and the bumps in the road to forevers. Thank you for the age appropriate intimacy and the progressive scorching heat. Thank you for the bond of friendship that is more…that is family. Thank you for recognizing grief, no matter why the source, and for keeping it ugly.
Most importantly, thank you for showing light in the most dark of times. More Than Enough can be read as angst filled romance, but if just one person can find help with what Jay McLean delivered then I too am thankful for that! View all 8 comments. Jul 26, Bev rated it it was ok. This was one of my all time most anticipated reads, ever! And I struggled to finish it. The first four More Than books are beyond spectacular, and I am so glad I got to experience all the awesomeness that is Jay McLean at her very best in those books, which I have read and re-read and have adored them each time I read them.
This one - not so much. In fact, I came pretty close to not finishing this. I think it's because I couldn't connect with the characters, I had to keep reminding myself they w This was one of my all time most anticipated reads, ever! I think it's because I couldn't connect with the characters, I had to keep reminding myself they were adults and not still in high school. I so wanted Heidi to be the heroine, after the abortion was mentioned in an earlier book I was excited to see how the author was going to handle this, and am sure it would have been EPIC.
Which brings me to the actual heroine - Riley. Whilst at first I was a bit disappointed that the book wasn't about Heidi and Dylan, I ended up liking Riley until she became a doormat, and hoo boy! Did she ever become a doormat. Dylan - I struggled with his juvenile behaviour that morphed into someone I totally didn't like in the second half of the book. He gave me whiplash at times.
I didn't believe in their relationship, it failed to hit me in the feels. I also wanted them to discuss and sort out their problems which didn't happen, it seemed to be brushed away. I also didn't believe in Dylan's commitment to the relationship. Mar 17, Roobie rated it it was amazing Shelves: It's what life is made of. So time stops when a life ends. But that doesn't mean you don't fight to make time move again.
View 2 comments. Aug 20, Alpha Possessive Heroes marked it as to-read Shelves: Dylan and Heidi?? I would like to say that I can't wait to read it now.. So yeah.. I think I can wait.
I really anticipated this damn book and to find that out- just kinda threw me off guard! And ye Dylan and Heidi?? And yes, I'm pissed and sad because I feel like I'm emotionally invested in this series! The author probably have some reasons why she decided to take a different route and I know despite everything- its still going to be a great book but right now I'm just so sad!!!
Oh well.. I'm still going to read the book but not today View all 7 comments. Jul 14, Polly marked it as to-read Shelves: I'm still saying. Oct 21, AJ rated it it was amazing Shelves: Just you and me. Up until now the strong and silent type, Dylan shows that he is deeply feeling, effortlessly charming, and has a wicked sense of humour, and I can now say that he has become a firm favourite.
The story begins with both Dylan and his heroine at rock bottom. She is dealing with a devastating tragedy, and he has been injured in Afghanistan and sent home to recuperate. Just being together, not talking, not dealing with the past, is enough to bring both of them a sense of calm, and they are drawn together in a way that neither of them can deny. The way they come together is gorgeously heart-warming with a nice amount of sexy time, and I adored every single moment of it.
Now you just have to let me be the glue that keeps you together. A year ago Riley lost the love of her life to a tragic accident.
Since then she gets through her days drunk and hiding in her room. Dylan comes into her life in the most unexpected way, and the way he is there for her and draws her out is fantastic. How he asked you out.
Where he took you on the first date. Your first kiss. Tell me how he made you feel. Tell me how he loved you. Riley has a lot of guilt over moving on after the death of her boyfriend, but her confidence and trust in Dylan is unwavering as she finds the strength to move on and open her heart again. I loved her! The rock bottom from the start of the book seems easy compared to everything they are faced with in the second half and I read with my heart breaking and tears streaming down my face.
Jay McLean gets you right into the heart and soul of these characters as they go through hell, and I felt every single moment. But watching their slow struggle out of the turmoil is worth every moment of the pain as they find themselves, and their way back to the peace and happiness that they found in each other. The side characters bring so much to the story, but their antics help lighten the mood of the book, and the mix of the awesome camaraderie and ridiculousness that is this group together, with the romance and intensity of the rest of the book is brilliantly done.
I adored this book. Definitely a hard read at times, but so beautifully written. This story was perfect - I laughed, I cried, my heart was broken and then fixed again, and I fell in mad, mad love. View all 9 comments. Obviously, the book is about Dylan but who he ends up with is the mystery. I kept trying to connect the dots to Heidi, because, duh , that's who he's suppose to end up with.
It was so frustrating to say the least but you just have to keep reading. The book really sucks you in because of what the characters have gone through and are going through. You just want them to get better And it is really sad. I was really surprised by Dylan. I had not quite gotten a "feel" for him in the prior books but I really enjoyed him in this one.
That is, until the drama happens towards the end. He was sooo MEAN! I was wrong. The air is thicker here. Only here would this situation make any fucking sense.
No amount of training can prepare you for this. One sound. From the corner of my eye, I see him reach into his pocket. The pocket I know carries a picture of his family. He screams, a sound so deafening it rings in my ears. More gun shots, familiar ones. Not from him, but from us. He falls to the floor. More screams. It does. The smell and sight of gunpowder fills the air along with the dust and the harshness of all our breaths.
I wipe my eyes. Different tone. I pretend not to notice as I take another step, then another, until my ears fill with nothing but the constant roar of my heart. He takes a final breath.
A final attempt. A single, final shot. Then I feel the pain. That and an indescribable pain in my right shoulder. Then there was the flight back home. The stares and the proud smiles as I hopped off the plane. The unwarranted attention and the nods of acknowledgment from random strangers and finally, an eerily silent cab ride home.
Still the same single story, timber cladded, tiny home surrounded by a chain-link fence.
The TV inside is loud—louder than necessary, like it always has been. The flickering of the screen illuminates the front window of the living room, causing a light display on the front lawn. I exhale loudly, my left hand going to my pocket and fingering my set of keys.
It feels wrong to use them. Almost as wrong as it feels to knock on the door. With another sigh, I turn my back on the house and everything it represents. Just for a moment. Because I need the time to settle down, to think, to breathe. Tilting my head, eyes narrowed, I stare at the horizon, completely fascinated by it. Strange, I know, but it seems off—the way the sun sets over the earth. It feels calm. And that calmness makes me want to run.
The pride in his eyes—pride greater than the smiles from everyone when I landed on home soil. It just made me mad—because while I was here with an injured shoulder, my brothers were there. And the threats we were all searching for— they were everywhere… even in the hands and eyes of a scared shitless little boy.
It always does. Frustrated, I remove my hat and pick up my bag, then ignore the thumping of my heart as I kick open the metal gate and make my way up the uneven pavers of the path toward my home.
I take one more look over my shoulder at the horizon, hoping the calmness it emits will somehow make its way to me.