Emily Robertson: Playing by the Rules Portwood Brothers #2



The books I read by Emily Robertson the I begin to love her writing style She really pulls you into the story and makes you feel what ach character is feeling Then she throws in a few twists and turns just to keep us on our toes Nicely done Ms EmilyPayton girl you were so uptight when this story started But we loved and rooted for you anyway And as we watched you grow and come into your womanhood we just loved you And Josh I loved you from page one The way you overcame your hurt from the past and showed Payton what love really is be still my heart And don t worry one day you will get what you want in the ndStill waiting for my favorite brother s story but Josh s story gave me a good nough fix to last until then Grab your copy now I am so blown away with Playing by the Rules Emily Robertson has created this amazing cast of characters that makes me wa. Payton always had one rule she lived by no boyfriends until after college No one seemed to agree with her ven her own mother who had her at age sixteen Returning to school after an accident that flipped Payton’s world upside down left her feeling out of control Holding on to her rule seemed to.

Nt to go back to college and be friends with all of them I am literally begging for I am a huge lover of college romance stories and this is one of my favorites I immediately fell into this story and felt a connection with Payton as she struggled with returning to her junior year of college after suffering from a rather painful summer I wanted to be that best friend for her to give her a hug and tell her that verything was going to be okay And when she decided to give in and give Josh a chance I found myself pulling for them so hard Josh though he d had his own ups and downs with a previous relationship was just the ideal guy for Payton He s the kind of guy that you want your daughter to fall in love with I A Heart of Stone even liked the little bit of jealousy he had because it made his character not the least bit boring it made him human and it showed just how much he. Be her only lifeline Josh had been letting the past rule his life for too long Finally being at school he’d become his own man and he’d been putting all that behind him Just when he thought he had it all put together life got crazy Not only did hisx show back up but Josh also found he couldn.

Cared for Payton But he was genuine and his heart was definitely in the right placeThere was just so much that I loved about this book from Hailey to Wes Geoff Darin and Taking Instruction (Taboo, even Jackson Josh s twin I could feel themotions building though and I knew that something big was going to happen at the Language and Linguistics end If you re looking for a sweet college romance that deals with somemotional situations then this is definitely one that you ll want to read Received a copy in Divertimento exchange for an honest review that being saidWhen I began this book it took me sometime to get into It was slow at first but then all of a sudden it took offYou will fall in love with Payton and Josh story Payton never had a boyfriend before then she meets Josh and he isn t going to give up on her yet With their past and obstacles in there way can they find a Happynding FREE on on iBooks today 820202. ’t get Payton Whit out of his headOnce Josh convinces Payton to give him a shot she’s so closed off that he wonders if it’s ven worth it Josh can tell there’s something special about Payton though and as soon as he goes all in he’s ready to show her that some rules are made to be broken.

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Emily Robertson’s creativity started early in life on stage Now instead of theatre she spends her time creating worlds on the page for others to enjoy As an avid reader she enjoys reading New Adult and Contemporary Romance as much as she does writing them When her dog isn’t keeping her company in her office she might be anywhere She’s recently learned all about baseball when her son took up