Book Review: In Too Deep by Amanda Grace

Title: In Too Deep
Author: Amanda Grace
Series: None
Publisher: Flux
Released: February 8, 2012

Book Summary:

I never meant for anyone to get hurt. All I wanted to do that night was make a play for Carter Wellesley. His heartless rejection was mortifying, but people got the wrong idea when they saw me leaving his bedroom, crying. That’s how rumors of rape started.

Now girls at school are pouring out their sympathy to me. Guys too. But not everyone’s on my side. The school has become a war zone and the threats are getting scary. What began as poetic justice has morphed into something bigger–forcing me to make a terrible choice.

In Too Deep is a book I didn’t want to put down and stayed up until 2 am to finish. When I took a break from reading I couldn’t help but think about the storyline and wonder just how Sam was going to get herself out of the mess she was in and what the consequences would be. Thus I was drawn back to the book and stayed up to finish.

Overall I was pleased with this book. The story sucked me in and I like the way the author writes. I could relate to the characters and was grateful this book showed that there were consequences for the choices that were made.

The only thing I could have done without was the language. I’m not a fan of language in books especially the F word.

Rating: 4 Stars – Great Books

Source: ARC Tour

Content: Language including at least a half dozen uses of the F word.

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