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Published by Penguin on 2013-09-03
Genres: Contemporary, Fiction, General
Reviewed by Vanessa
When it comes to passion this hot, it’s all or nothing. Olivia Townsend’s wealthy cousin Marissa had everything a girl could ask for—a great job, a privileged life, and all the friends she wanted. Or, at least, all the friends money could buy. But one case of mistaken identity has turned her privileged world upside down. An abduction gone wrong lands her right in the lap of the sexiest, most dangerous man she’s ever met. To Marissa, he’s an enigma, but one to whom she’s irresistibly, inexplicably drawn. With him comes a new world of freedom and passion, of dark shadows and dangerous secrets, a world where nothing is what it seems—except for the blind passion that Marissa can’t escape—or maybe even survive.
Marissa has everything and doesn’t mind rubbing things in others’ faces. However, Marissa is mistakenly taken one night, and she soon realizes that there is more to her than what others had molded her into. Nash is back! He has a huge chip on his shoulder, and he means to resolve some issues from his past. Marissa is there for the taking, and he plans on “taking” her for a ride as well. Yet, Nash soon finds that Marissa and he are two halves to a whole, but he’s not sure if he can handle the long haul.
Everything for Us was a fabulous way to wrap up A Bad Boys Novel. Marissa and Nash were two unlikeable characters from the previous books, but somehow they grew on this reader. Perhaps it’s the whole watching them change in Everything for Us that did it for me.
Everything for Us didn’t really explore all the psychological aspects of what Marissa and Nash went through, and I found that was okay. Everything for Us wrapped up A Bad Boys Novel and left me wanting to explore some of the secondary characters as well. The storyline that carried through all three novels was tied up nicely, and I was just happy that these two wounded people, Nash and Marissa, were able to find their HEA.