Thursday, January 30, 2014

Caroline and West by Robin York

Deeper by Robin York

Caroline & West # 1


Deeper is the first installment of the Caroline and West series by Robin York.

If reviews could be one word this one would be BEAUTIFUL!

This book blew me away.  The plot was heartfelt and realistic.  The reactions were real.  The emotions pulled at my heart strings. The characters were spot on.

Deeper has the right amount of angst, drama, emotion, and romance.  The beautifully flawed characters are perfect.  The plot is gut wrenching and genius.  The approach of this very real, very touchy subject was tactful and breathtaking.

I can’t imagine being put in the situation that Caroline is in.  If I was I feel like I would react just as Caroline did and pray that I would have a West to pick me up and take away some of the pain. 

The semi-cliffhanger ending is a wonderful set-up for the next book in this compelling series.  I can’t wait for more of Caroline and West!


In this New Adult debut by Robin York, a college student is attacked online and must restore her name—and stay clear of a guy who’s wrong for her, but feels so right.

When Caroline Piasecki’s ex-boyfriend posts their sex pictures on the Internet, it destroys her reputation as a nice college girl. Suddenly her once-promising future doesn’t look so bright. Caroline tries to make the pictures disappear, hoping time will bury her shame. Then a guy she barely knows rises to her defense and punches her ex to the ground.

West Leavitt is the last person Caroline needs in her life. Everyone knows he’s shady. Still, Caroline is drawn to his confidence and swagger—even after promising her dad she’ll keep her distance. On late, sleepless nights, Caroline starts wandering into the bakery where West works.

They hang out, they talk, they listen. Though Caroline and West tell each other they’re “just friends,” their feelings intensify until it becomes impossible to pretend. The more complicated her relationship with West gets, the harder Caroline has to struggle to discover what she wants for herself—and the easier it becomes to find the courage she needs to fight back against the people who would judge her.

When all seems lost, sometimes the only place to go is deeper.


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