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Distractions Kindle Edition
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"This was my first time reading anything by Tania Joyce ,and I must say that I thoroughly enjoyed this great story. Ms Joyce has given us a story that will engross us from start to finish ,and then will leave us wanting more from this author." - Bella's Blog
--This text refers to the paperback edition.
About the Author
- ASIN : B01HYZ2ZMO
- Publisher : Gatwick (7 September 2016)
- Language : English
- File size : 1367 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 286 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 93,086 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
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I couldn’t wait to finish this book to start my review, so here I am at 53% saying, I love that this story is set in Australia, but in particular Queensland my personal stomping ground. It has to be said, I adore the fact that I knew all of the places they lived, visited and landmarks. It is a highlight, as with the previous books written by Tania. I enjoy her writing style.
Now here I am at 100% and I’m slightly in love.... with this story, and the characters. This was a great read, I’m even going to go as far as saying, this is the best of the Tania Joyce’s books and that is a huge feat considering Nate and Jessica in Propositions.
This is a different story of young love, the reality of tertiary education and laying way to much on your own shoulders. For Wiley Cayton, her final year of university, will literally be everything she has worked towards. She has her tuition paid for through a scholarship, an internship when she finishes, what she didn’t expect was a young man to turn her world upside down. Her 1st day back at USQ, Toowoomba has her returning after a summer break from hell, being cheated on by her ex-boyfriend and a broken heart, this year nothing and no one will interfere With her schooling and more importantly her plans to finish with highest honour’s. What she didn’t expect was a pair of the bluest eyes that bring her to her knees.
Cameron Wilks, has come from a past he’d rather forget. He’s now looking forward to his university degree before he returns to his parents clutches... Unbeknownst to Wiley, Cameron is the son of mining magnate Robert Wilks and more than well off. Although he is new eye candy for the Uni, he only has eyes for Wiley, and it isn’t long until before she gives into him. All of a sudden her total on track plans, go wayward with a pretty damn hot relationship with Cameron. Once a week outings, turn to sleep overs and parties nearly every night. No surprise, her grades suffer majorly and her plans start to fall apart.
As Wiley attempts to take a step back from their relationship, she not only hurts herself but she discovers that the feelings she has for Cameron are much more than skin deep. But with his family’s wealth, his tragic past and her overbearing mother Wiley becomes lost, that will change her future forever. Fun, laughter, love and tragic news will reshape Wiley’s world, but it will depend on how she plays it. Take the bad and make it good, or let the news destroy everything she has worked for, including her young love Cameron.
This was fantastic, loved every minute, just wished there was more of a epilogue ending, instead of just cut off.
To be honest, this book didn't really do it for me. I didn't like the overall feel of the book. I felt like it was a little bit droll. Cameron was confusing to me and I never warmed to Wiley. I also had small issues with some inaccuracies in language. Sorry!
Reviewed for 2rsblog.blogspot.com
Top reviews from other countries
I liked Wiley and Cameron's stories, although there was the potential for so much further background to be done. They had great chemistry and I felt a real sense of realness in their story- college life, ups and downs of balancing school and social life, relationship struggles.