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Pushing the Limits | Paperback

Released on 03 August 2012

Author: Katie McGarry | Format: Paperback

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They say be a good girl, get good grades, be popular.They know nothing about me. I can't remember the night that changed my life. The night I went from popular to loner freak. And my family are determined to keep it that way. They said therapy was supposed to help. They didn't expect Noah. Noah is the dangerous boy my parents warned me about. But the only one who'll listen. The only one who'll help me find the truth. I know every kiss, every promise, every touch is forbidden. But what if finding your destiny means breaking all the rules? A brave and powerful novel about loss, change and growing up, but most of all love

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 Perfect love story.

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Echo was popular at school, in a relationship, surrounded by friends. And then, she wasn't. One night turned her life upside down. She became the loner, the freak. She hit the bottom of the social ladder, broke up with her boyfriend, lost most of her friends. And she has no idea what happened to her. Her mind repressed her memories. It
gives them back slowly, during therapy or an event triggering a memory. Only in short flashes does Echo gain back her memory, with constant risk of having a breakdown.

Noah is the bad boy, known for breaking the rules and one-night stands. He's lost just about everything, too, and when things got hard he gave in. That is, until he met Echo.

The way they both gained strength from one another was beautiful and touching. The switching POV was ideal, giving an insight on both their lives and distinguishing their individual personalities at the same time as showing how similar they are to each other.

It couldn't have been more perfect, I completely adored it.

PUSHING THE LIMITS is a faultless love story and an incredible debut.

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AuthorKatie McGarry
PublisherHarlequin (UK) (United Kingdom)
Year2012
ISBN9781848450776
FormatPaperback - 416 Pages