Make Me cover
“Make me, Channing. Make me fall. Push me, shove me, just make sure I get there.” I shout at him, taking a step back. His eyes clash with mine. I read the challenge there, making me take another step back.
He stalks the few steps to me and grabs my arms slamming his forehead down on mine, “I’ll make you.” His lips skim against mine as he continues to speak, “And I’ll be falling right there with you.”
Paisley Vaughn grew up on the wrong side of the tracks. After finding her mother dead from an overdose, Paisley and her baby sister are shipped off to live with her maternal grandparents.
She always knew they were rich, she just didn’t realize how rich they were. Now she’s being forced to go to a prestigious high school. One where the tuition is more money then she’s ever seen.
Thinking these rich kids are going to be snobbish and rude, she’s surprised to find the Vaughn name means she is untouchable. Well unless your name is Channing Southerland.
Paisley has to navigate her new life and all the new people in it. While her mother might have lied about her grandparents, no one is lying about Channing. He’s beautiful, mean, arrogant, and turning her on.
Before long a war is fought, leaving Paisley wondering if she’ll be ruined or made. Though she might just fall irrevocably in love.
Seems like a winner, right? Well, that depends on you. I had wanted an easy, simple read that wouldn’t be real serious. Some times I just need to read some mindless romance. But this one had a whole host of issues that I really didn’t want to deal with at 1 am. This is a short read. Only about a hundred and eighty pages. So I finished it in about two hours. But I didn’t read it quick because it was one of those reads that you can’t put down. I did it to get it over with. I liked Channing and his whole mysterious allure (I’m a woman, what can I say? We love the mysterious ones lol). I even didn’t mind Paisley. The secondary characters were pretty good too. But I didn’t care for the insane granny, the lazy ass druggy, aka MOM! And another thing I hated with a passion? CHANNING’S MOTHER! That, well, I don’t care to use that language on here. But use your imagination. She was a woman who deserves to rot. In. Hell!
So over all, this is a read that will wholly depend on you. I myself don’t care for the intense dramas, which this one kind of was. To me, anyways. But some people like that. I’m just not one of those people.
I know this is an extremely short review, but honestly, I don’t write long reviews for books I don’t really care for. (No offense Amanda!)
Make Me= 3 stars