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Wreck My Plans: An Enemies to Lovers Romance (North Haven University) by [Kelsey Clayton]

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Wreck My Plans: An Enemies to Lovers Romance (North Haven University) Kindle Edition

4.7 out of 5 stars 74 ratings

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  • ASIN ‏ : ‎ B08RSVCDS1
  • Language ‏ : ‎ English
  • File size ‏ : ‎ 8374 KB
  • Simultaneous device usage ‏ : ‎ Unlimited
  • Text-to-Speech ‏ : ‎ Enabled
  • Enhanced typesetting ‏ : ‎ Enabled
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  • Word Wise ‏ : ‎ Enabled
  • Print length ‏ : ‎ 340 pages
  • Page numbers source ISBN ‏ : ‎ B08ZBRJZR5
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3.0 out of 5 stars Ok but not beat in series
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5.0 out of 5 stars Connection and Forgiveness
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5.0 out of 5 stars Connection and Forgiveness
Reviewed in the United States on 18 March 2021
This series just keeps blowing my mind! Just when I think I know who these characters are and what their journey will be, Kelsey keeps shaking things up. And that’s why I’m so addicted to this series. But Tye and Carter might be the most unexpected story yet. Wreck My Plans is a shocking, gut wrenching, emotional, and heartfelt story about the power of connection and the challenge of forgiveness.

While this is a series of interconnected standlones, this is the one book that I actually think is a much richer reading experience if you read the prior first. Jace’s book gave us a window into the mysterious tragedy that elementally altered these two best friends, and brought them to North Haven. And, as we watch Jace suffer from the trauma, we also get to rediscover Carter. The NEW Carter- the caring, patient, charismatic man, no longer the jealous, erratic, and unpredictable boy we met long ago. His character arc really begins there, and in the final climatic, heart wrenching moments of that book, we also meet Tye- a mysterious character who has been altered by the same tragedy, and one hell bent on making Carter pay for his hand in it. In those tumultuous final moments, we realize this story started long before we opened the first page.

Believe me - I have a lot of faith in Kelsey Clayton’s character writing, but I was not convinced that she could redeem a character like Carter, could make me love him. I’ve been on this wild journey since we first meet him (many books and a whole series ago), and while I’ve always loved his humor and happy-go-lucky persona, I also struggled with his hubris-and the his self-entitlement, and when he went after my man Knox I was pretty over him. But, Kelsey spun her magic once again- I’m besotted with him. I loved the kind and compassionate friend we saw in Change my Game, and in this book we see the FULL unfiltered heart of Carter Trayland- and let me tell you, a little bit of perspective and some maturity look good on him. Carter had me swooning. He’s SO patient and understanding with Tye. He puts up with her antics when she’s praking him, because he knows it is part of her grief, and when they start to connect romantically, he’s empathetic and generous when it comes to her emotional needs. Kelsey makes it SO impossible not to fall for him- that of course we do. And Tye, she can’t resist him either. There is no greater testament to Kelsey Clayton’s character writing that Carter Trayland- she takes a side character, former villain and believably transforms him into a swoony, heartfelt hero.

But TYE- Tye is the true crowning achievement. This girl is FIRE- “the type to bring a knife to a gun fight and win.” This is one of Kelsey’s most compelling, most layered heroines to date- and she may rival Tessa as my all time favorite because MY GOODNESS is she just amazing. She’s determined, sassy, and impulsively destructive, but it all stems from her sweet and tender heart, and from her admirable sense of love and loyalty. I admired her while she also broke my heart- because while she’s so brave, a consummate survivor and iron willed fighter, she’s also just so broken, so lonely. Her veiled vulnerability is what called to me the most- she’s someone who has spent all her life trying to prove to herself and others that she’s okay, but deep down- she’s not. And man, do I relate to that. There’s a lot to her story, and Kelsey so dynamically builds this character cell by cell until she’s so vividly realized. I adored her.

And the best irony of all is that Tye finds the one thing she needs the most- safety and connection- in the very person she seeks to destroy. And that makes for some angsty, chaotic, and delicious chemistry. We get some humor with Tye’s antics, and we also get some deep emotional synergy between these two. Shared traumas, confronting the parts of themselves they’ve struggled to, figuring out who they are when they’ve let go of parts of their past- this is their story. I do wish we’d seen more about their shared past- the tension and friendship that seems to have existed prior to the Florida tragedy. I think that would have added even more dimension to their bond and given new meaning to Tye’s destructive antics. I feel like that piece of their history is missing to me- but Kelsey so beautifully painted the present, that it didn’t hinder the depth of their bond. The chemistry is just intense, messy and emotional- and WOAH sexy.

What I love most about this series is how beautifully it has unfurled its central themes- redemption and forgiveness, and Carter and Tye’s story is perhaps the finest articulation of these themes. Both of these characters have parts of their past, choices they’ve made, that they are hoping to redeem. That they need to be forgiven for- not just by each other. They also need to forgive themselves. Carter’s tally sheet is long and deep- so much so that we weren’t sure as readers we could ever love him. But he’s redemption arc has spanned many books now, and he, for the most part, had made peace with his mistakes, had let go of his regrets. Until a pink haired pistol walked back in his life- Tye is his unfinished business. Both of these characters have to come to terms with their pain- pain that ties back to each other. Tye has to find a way to forgive Carter, to let go. And Carter has to take the final leg in forgiving himself.

Forgiveness. Redemption- that is the core of this series. Taking characters we know, and transforming them as they make mistakes, as they grow up and are forced to confront their baggage. The kids we knew are now adults, but newly formed ones, ones that are still learning that what defines you aren't the mistakes you make, it's how you grow and evolve from them. Of course, her characters are making some pretty big mistakes, stepping into some pretty big pain. And that is what makes this series so compelling- seeing them find their strength, their voice, their identity by confronting their own pain. And if that teasing/cliffhangery epilogues is any indication of what’s to come, it’s Easton’s turn to finally find his redemption and forgiveness, if it’s not too late.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Carter & Tye Are Amazing
Reviewed in the United States on 18 March 2021
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5.0 out of 5 stars Man what a wild ride
Reviewed in the United States on 19 March 2021
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