Review: Push the Envelope (Blythe College #1) by Rochelle Paige






SYNOPSIS

Alexa is just your average college junior, attending classes and piloting Mile High Club charter flights. Boys haven’t been on her radar for a couple years after a disastrous breakup with her high school sweetheart. Her plans to focus on school hit a bit of a snag when she meets bad-boy Drake Bennett and he sets his sights on making her his own. 

Drake transferred to Blythe College for the rugby team, not for a new assortment of college girls. He’s sexy and cocky, and he attracts women like moths to a flame. When he meets Alexa, Drake knows he’s met his match. She tries to resist him, but Drake isn’t used to taking no for an answer.

This does not have a cliffhanger.





REVIEW

3 STARS!

Alexa doesn’t really notice boys anymore ever since her ex-boyfriend cheated on her then proceeded to stalk her when he wanted her back. 

She meets Drake at a party and for the first time in what feels like forever, she has a physical reaction to him. 

Drake acted like a total jerk the first and second time they met. The third time they bumped into each other was when Drake needed to go home for his mom’s birthday party and his dad chartered him a plane that Alexa and her dad was flying. 

Drake thought that Alexa was in a relationship with Jackson, so he acted like a jerk because he was frustrated. He has been interested in Alexa for weeks and hasn’t had the courage to come up and talk to her. Jackson is the brother of Alexa’s best friend Aubrey. He is very protective of them both. 

After Alexa explained to Drake that she and Jackson were not together, he pretty much takes her as his. 

I enjoyed it, but I was expecting Drake to play rugby more since he did transfer schools to play the sport. 

If you’re looking for a quick and easy read, you should check this book out. 


I’ll definitely be checking out the second book which will be Jackson’s story! 


GOODREADS    AMAZON

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