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                               Into the Deep (Into the Deep #1)

                               From New York Times bestselling author of On
                               Dublin Street and Down London Road…

                               Reviews for Into the Deep:



                                "This is possibly one of the most addictive
                                books I have ever had the pleasure of
reading...Epic. Unforgettable. Heartbreaking. A must read." — Natasha is Book
Junkie.



"There is drama and heartache, and the sizzle between these two is scorchingly
hot...Like every other book by Samantha Young, this one is fantastically
written."—Tammy Blackwell, Author of the Bestselling Timber Wolves Trilogy



"Into The Deep is an incredible read. The attraction between Charley and Jake
will leave you breathless. It is full of heartache and anger and
misunderstandings, but it is also full of beauty and love and second
chances."—Readers Live a Thousand Lives
"Mind blowing. Intense. Arousing. Heartbreaking and heartfelt. As always,
Samantha hits it off the charts with one of the most engrossing love affairs
EVER." - Tsk, Tsk, What to Read?



***

Live young. Live hard. Love deep.



Charley Redford was just an ordinary girl until Jake Caplin moved to her small
town in Indiana and convinced her she was extraordinary. Almost from day
one Jake pulled Charley into the deep and promised he was right there with
her. But when a tragic incident darkened Jake’s life he waded out into the
shallows and left Charley behind.



Almost four years later Charley thinks she’s moved on. That is until she takes a
study year abroad in Edinburgh and bumps into none other than Jake Caplin at
a party with his new girlfriend. The bad-boy-turned-good attempts to convince
Charley to forgive him, and as her best friend starts spending time with Jake’s,
Charley calls a truce, only to find herself tumbling back into a friendship with
him.



As they grow closer, the spark between them flares and begins playing havoc
with their lives and relationships. When jealousy and longing rear their
destructive heads, Charley and Jake struggle to come to grips with what they
mean to one another.

And even if they work it out, there is no guarantee Charley will ever trust Jake
to lead her back into the deep…



New Adult Romance

Recommended Reading Age 18+
                                 Reviews
I can't help it, but either intentionally or subconsciously,I compare every
Samantha Young book I've read to On Dublin Street, which I have to say is still
one of my favorites. Perhaps I had set my expectations too high, but this book
fell short for me.



Into the Deep is not bad, the storyline is actually quite gripping. Jake and
Charley had an very intense relationship while in high school but a tragedy had
separated them. Years later, they met again in Scottland during college's study
abroad program and you can imagine the angst ridden drama that unfolded,
especially since Jake brought his girlfriend along to Scottland. I liked the overall
plot, and I still love Young's writing style. The dialogs were smooth and
entertaining, the content didn't feel verbose, and the emotions were heartfelt.
However, compared to On Dublin Street, this book felt very immature and as if
not as much time and thoughts were put into the writing process.



Almost half the book were written on Jake and Charley's high school years and
after a while I had to skip sentences in order to get over reading about that
teenage time period. The emotional and sexual maturity and sophistication the
main characters possessed as sixteen year old kids were a little too much and
therefore didn't feel genuine. The going back and forth between present time
and the past really did the story a disservice; sometimes just as I was making
an emotional connection to what was happening the story would switch back
to the other time period. The reader wasn't allowed to dwell on his or her
sentiments for long and this going back and forth has ruined the build up /
anticipation of what was to come

Lastly, I didn't know this was yet another series. I really don't know if I would
buy the next book, but at this moment I don't think I would.

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