Stay With Me
A remix by Darkchild featuring Mary J. Blige was released on June 2, Blige is one of the biggest highlights of my career so far," said Smith. To meet your idols is a magical thing, but to work with them is truly a dream come true. Sam's true soulful voice… is the first of this kind I have heard since Luther Vandross, Freddie Jackson and all the great soulful male voices from the '80s.
I'm an emotional guy and I think unlike a lot of men in the industry and in music, I'm willing to show that emotional side," he said. Sam Smith revealed that the album "In The Lonely Hour" was inspired by "a guy that I fell in love with last year," but that did not reciprocate his feelings.
Thank you so much for breaking my heart, because you got me four Grammys. See Sam Smith Live! Guess it's true I'm not good at a one night stand But I still need love 'cause I'm just man These nights never seem to go to plan I don't want you to leave Will you hold my hand Oh, won't you stay with me 'Cause you're all I need This ain't love, it's clear to see But darling, stay with me. Calla's mother couldn't have pulled this whole thing off overnight.
It's something that must have happened gradually over time— another aspect of the storyline which I find improbable. She does everything for herself.
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She applies for her own apartments, she recently bought her own car, etc How is it even possible that Calla could be approved for such high credit limits? But it's the circumstances surrounding the identity theft in this novel that I take issue with. View all comments. Die Reihe wird mit jedem Buch besser. Endlich mal etwas Anderes! I so want to rant because i so need too I couldn't wait to get Calla's story. And dang did I get one. Calla hasn't had many first times.
Never had a kiss, never fell in love, and never went to an amusement park. Never saw a beach.
Never had anyone 'touch' her. I could keep on going To say she's had a rough past would actually be kind. She's had a tragic past, nothing pretty about it at all. She's ready to face I so want to rant because i so need too She's ready to face the past when her mom does the ultimate unthinkable to her. When she gets back home to where she grew up, she realizes that things are worse than she anticipated. This is when she meets Jax, the guy running her moms bar. This guy instantly catches her attention, the man that makes her feel things for the very first time in her life.
This story, gosh my heart broke for Calla. Like seriously the things that happened to her, good lord But at the end of this roller coaster ride, I definitely can not wait to get more to this couple in the future books of this series. I enjoyed this book even though I shook my head and cringed for poor Calla and all the thrown stones and all the constant things she had to face.
Love that this book gave us yet another amazing couple. View all 36 comments. Feb 12, Beverly rated it really liked it Shelves: While the physical scars are obvious, no one knows about the mental scars she keeps hidden. While she has met some great people she calls friends she has never opened up about her past, in fact she has been lying about it. Finally reap the benefits of following through on someth 4 Stars Calla had the perfect life until a fire destroyed her and her family.
At the end of the Spring semester her world is blown apart again when she is asked to meet with Financial Aid, and learns all of her money is gone and her check bounced. Deciding she must go home to find what is going on with her strung out mother, she returns home after three years and meets Jax. Not knowing how to treat a guy when is so blatantly pursing her, she ignores it. Calla is on a mission, she needs to find her mom and find out what to do for her senior year.
I have loved this series and I was so excited for this installment. I loved Calla and her inner thoughts, I loved that she was real, and I really loved that she calmed herself down and thought things out rationally. Typically the female character will drive me crazy obsessing about things or running away, but Calla actually had moments she wanted to run but stayed because she knew it was the smart thing to do.
I really liked Jax. I loved the way he made Calla feel, and I loved the sexy times they had - J. Lynn writes some pretty hot scenes. So why not 5 stars? Overall, I thoroughly enjoyed this and recommend it and the series for others. View all 58 comments. Jan 30, Das Buch war wie immer typisch J. Super unterhaltsam, sowohl zum Lachen als auch zum weinen. Lynn auch schon bevor sie als Jennifer L. Armentrout "Deadly ever after" geschrieben hat, gerne in die Richtung "sexy Crime" ging.
Das fand ich auch echt gut und spannend umges Das Buch war wie immer typisch J. Das fand ich auch echt gut und spannend umgesetzt.
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Auch wenn es wirklich seeeeehr dramatisch war, so alles in allem. Hat mich aber trotzdem gut unterhalten. Dec 09, Jasmine rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Review on January 28th, "There's something about that I fell for you before you even knew my name. Calla is actually Avery and Cam's college friend while Jax is a total stranger in the beginning of the book.http://sport7-orenburg.ru/public/map.php
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What makes this story different from other sequels in the saga is that Jax has the most unbelievable secret in his mind and when it's Review on January 28th, "There's something about that What makes this story different from other sequels in the saga is that Jax has the most unbelievable secret in his mind and when it's revealed, everything has changed.
Whatever you want to explore, you'll always be safe with me. That's the first song coming to mind and the specific scene fits the lyrics flawlessly. It's probably the best portrait of the song I've ever seen. Last but not least, just because I skip many delicious details on Jalla's story doesn't mean it's not worth reading. Jax and Calla's story touches my heart deeply and I'll never forget them.
The circumstances sucked and were crazy, but I did have my mom to thank for this--for Jax. Our relationship turned out to be a very bright silver lining in a sad, dark cloud. What are you waiting for? Go pick it up right now! Instant review on December 9th, Okay. View all 4 comments.
Feb 08, Didi rated it it was ok Shelves: This is the least favorite of the series for me, it felt too long--I skimmed several times--too laced with slang and the heroine was annoying. The best thing about this book? He was a great hero and almost seemed too perfect but he made the book for me--aside from the fact he was a very KA hero, not a bad thing but not JLA. Holy shit on a cracker was a popular one for her and that's alright if it's sporadic but she said things like that too often making her look immature and silly. I completely empathized with her issues and her past, she wasn't always annoying.
But she was a bit too much with her gasping over anything Jax said. Heroines that do stupid things when it's obvious to everyone and their dog it's stupid, really bother me. Coming home to deal with the huge debt her mom had left her was the beginning of her life changing. But refusing to see that she needed help at first considering her childhood home was essentially a drug house, was downright childish. She did improve mind you, so that's good. But the book was too long and the ending was resolved a little conveniently. After all the stuff that happened and all the drama, things tied up too perfectly.
And it wasn't realistic at all. And although I really liked Jax, the way he dealt view spoiler [with Aimee, letting her touch him and then almost sitting back when she had it out with Calla at his place at freakin 3am dropped my respect for him a little hide spoiler ]. He definitely made up for it, but give me a break, he could have handled that better. The ending was a little open and didn't answer some questions, like view spoiler [how will Jax and Calla work the long distance, and what will she do with her house?
I'm sure we'll find out in the next book, but this was on a whole quite disappointing for me, So 2 stars. View all 32 comments. Jessenia This is my favorite book so far from this series. Jul 30, Sep 29, Nikki rated it liked it Shelves: Was this a drug story or a love story? But once again, I will digress lol. Calla has had one heck of a messed up past, and the devastating impact of these circumstances has not only affected her emotionally but physically. Jax is your hot, bad boy, alpha that is immediately taken with Calla.
All of this external shit that is introduced is like on steroids or something. So you got a crazy mama, sure ok? Then you have friends right? Even they were too much. Katie, her crazy ass stripper friend?? He humors her way too much. Come over at 3am?? Sure why not, but you better call first. I am not kidding, he actually says that. The excuse was he is a nice guy? Then he gets mad at Calla for being jealous, insinuating that her inexperience is to blame here.
Sorry, if someone was touching my man, you better run bitch, no joke. And somehow, with an overload of crap, it felt very slow and long, dunno. No one will ever top Cam for me, ever, thus why if there is more to this series, maybe a book about Raphael and Michelangelo, I will not continue on. Unfortunately, this was not for me.
The book did have some hot scenes but not enough to bring up the rating. I just thought it was meh, ok. View all 39 comments. BR with Sharon Calla Fritz is a 21 yr. Calla has lived a sheltered life, and has no experience with guys. As a result she is a bit boy crazy. She's never had a boyfriend, been on dates, or been in a relationship. She's never even been kissed. She has a scar on her face, and doesn't think she's beautiful 4. She has a scar on her face, and doesn't think she's beautiful anymore. Guys are always her friend and nothing more. Calla is all about her goals.
She's lived a hard life and has tried to get as far away from her past as possible. Her mom steals her money and she has to return to the small town she grew up in to try to fix the mess she's in. Her life severely veers off course when she arrives at her mom's bar Mona's, and her mom is MIA. She isn't sure what to do.
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She has no money, and all the sudden her perfectly planned future is up in the air. He is stunningly beautiful, and is one of the sexiest guys she's ever seen, even if he is a little bossy. He makes it very clear how attracted he is to her, and Calla can't believe this gorgeous man wants her. Calla shares her first kiss with Jax, and he makes her feel beautiful! We get some drama when bad guys that are after her mom set their sights on Calla. D -"When I want something, I go for it. Are you finally getting it?
I think you really like me. It was great and everything the romance books claimed kisses were. There were no other words to describe that kind of kiss. The tender sweep of his lips reached right down into my chest and squeezed my heart. I felt cared for View all 29 comments. Oct 17, Angela rated it it was ok Shelves: Today marks a day that I thought would never come Thought would never happen Today is the day I read a Jla book and didn't love it. This book had me saying " What the F am I reading " at least once every chapter. We have my first issue and that's Calla,the tormented girl with the dark past.
Then there's my second problem, Jax, the slore turned nice guy. And then there's my final issue, the whole plot line. Calla is boring, cliche, and uninteresting in every since of the word. She often des Today marks a day that I thought would never come She often describes herself as dumb, and I have to agree. I thought she was. Jax looks-wise is all you'll ever want in a man. He even comes with a sexy back story. But that's pretty much all I liked about him. That and he said " Honey" a lot, which I found oddly sexy. Besides that I didn't connect with either characters.
Jennifer writes characters that time and time again I've fallen in love with, and if this was any other writer I would have given this book a lower ranting and thrown into my DNF file. Everything from the way they met, to the secrets that "build" their relationship was a big turn off for me. Found it all rather tacky. Jax from the start, though hot, is gross. He basically just short of pulls out his P on the girl and verbally assault her to get her into him. Yes he turns out to be more likeable by the end but not a whole like more.
I think the whole "my face has a scar" thing with Calla was taken WAY to far! It was brought up, one too many times aka every two seconds. I also think I saw someone say that it was too highlighted that Calla must look like this blushing virgin, and I think that description hits the nail on the head. She is this super good girl whose never done anything with her life. Ya girls never even eaten pie Like come on B they sell that at publix and I know you work near a Walmart and there's not a single one of those that isn't a super store now Go to the Deli section and get yourself a pie and stop crying!
Then there's the intro of these random characters that are even more pointless than this plot line. Aimee, Jax sorta Ex, only exists to make Calla jealous, me angry, and as a failed attempt at a plot twist. The whole story is a bunch of thrown together small stories, that try to build this bigger crazy story, but then falls flat on it's face. Everything about this story to me just didn't play out well.
Jla has finally let me down, and it freaking sucks! I am a huge fan of J. She does NA and she does it well. I initially had to ponder this as I sometimes base a whole book on my issue with one character I just could not do this here because she created young adult characters with angsty drama and gave them romantic tales with the perfect blend of heat and sweet. Exactly what I wanted. So Cameron Hamilton started this series and held the bar so high. Well move over because Jackson James has arrived! Just once I would love to j I am a huge fan of J. Just once I would love to jump into a book and become fictional!
In case you forget, she is the quite, shy friend. The awkward roomie who was always on the outside looking in. She has a mysterious past She covers her scars and she blends into college life as easily as the lies she tells. When the ghosts of her past invade her present and halt her future she turns toward that past begrudgingly In the hunt to get her life back she is unprepared for the sexy, sweet talking Jax James to make her business his own! IF only she could let down her walls So what we have here is a bit of a tragic tale Calla's life is basically in the hole!
From financial hardships, familial loss, potential death threats, and a whole lotta WTF is going on in my life. We also have an amazing man who is sexy on the outside and truly beautiful on the inside. Jax and Calla have a fun, flirty attraction that develops sweetly and quite emotionally. I cannot say that Calla is the best heroine.
I admit many will get irritated with her early and often I often lost my cool with her actions, but then Jax He alone is worth the time invested here! So I enjoyed this Cam and Avery still hold my heart for fave couple, but this story of Jax and Calla is probably my favorite! Perhaps the tone was a bit harsher, the conflict more dire, and the overall relationship more realistic than the previous tales. The NA tone was set well and the intimacy was done very well!
View all 24 comments. Stay With Me is Calla's story. She goes to college with the rest of the gang from the prior books, that is, until she finds out her tuition check bounced and all her funds are gone. Determined to find out what happened, she takes off to the place she thought she'd never return. Well, here I was thinking this was going to be another book like the rest but oh no, this book took a left turn down dark and dirty street.
And get your mind out of the gutter, I'm not talking about sex although that was Stay With Me is Calla's story. And get your mind out of the gutter, I'm not talking about sex although that was quite yummy-licous , I'm talking drugs, violence and thugs. That's right, it was quite a wild ride. Calla returns to her hometown to find her mom only it turns out, her mom's on the run from some very bad people. Since she's low on funds, she heads to her mom's bar to see if she can find anything out.
To her surprised, the bar is in good shape, physically and financially, and it appears to be due to a very handsome bartender named Jax. We find out that Jax is an ex marine who came to town at the advice of one of his friends, Reece, who just happens to be a police officer. Jax doesn't hesitate to let Calla know he's into her and into her in a big way. And that's really sexy! Poor Calla, because of a horrible event in her childhood, she's left with some physical scars that have done quite a job on her mentally as well.
So she's never really had a boyfriend or been kissed and she's twenty-one. Jax makes no bones about it that he's all set to remedy that. Calla can't imagine why he would be the least bit interested so she pushes him away. It always made me laugh when she just blurted out thing. Intent on making her own way as much as possible, she goes to stay at her mom's house which unfortunately used to be the neighborhood drug house.
I digress, she does wash the sheets at least. I realize she doesn't have much money but she does have people willing to help her and that she can stay with. It just really creeped me out! Anyway, so not only does Calla have to deal with her mom being on the run but now that the thugs know she's in town, they want her to find her mom Luckily, Jax is all too willing to help her out. And when she doesn't want to think about those things, he knows exactly what to do to get her mind off of it. That was a real let down. I did love that Cam, Avery, Teresa and Jase were included in the story quite a bit.
I loved when the girls all opened up to each other and I loved how the guys were so protective! Two shout-outs go to Calla's "Uncle" Clyde - who seemed like a big ol' teddy bear and I loved that he called her "Baby Girl" I wanna go to taco night! Gotta love it even if it did start to lose its charm towards the end. BTW, what was going on with Nick?
I'd like more of his story. The story focuses A LOT on Calla's scars and while I know it's something terrible to deal with, in the beginning, it was just too much. It really began to turn me off until things started to get steamy and then it became quite sweet and helped to understand where Jax was coming from. Yes, this book is quite steamy. Calla can definitely check quite a few things off her list. Overall, I really like the story and this series is one I really enjoy.
I do hate that there wasn't an epilogue. I really needed some more happy at the end. As far as who's story is next, I don't have a clue. All the friends at college are now paired up but we did get to meet a few new possible pairings in Calla's hometown I do know it will be good and I will definitely be reading it. Oh my God, guys that read were like unicorns. They only existed in fairy tales. No amount of workouts can create this ass. A physical reminder of how fucking strong you are, Calla, how fucking brave you are.
A map of how brave you are, your strength and your courage. So, honey, you can have all my shirts you want. I leaned in, pressing my forehead against him. Prior to Review Ollie and Brittany's story View all 35 comments. NinaReader Great review Sharon! I just finished this and I'm feelin ya here. Her Mom's drug house was creepy and why would you stay there? What part of "it's dan Great review Sharon! What part of "it's dangerous" didn't she get??!! And the i and double ee was beyond annoying. Loved Clyde and loved Katie. This also left me wanting to know about Nick and what is the story of Roxy and Reece???
And the i and double Jun 09, Valerie rated it it was amazing Shelves: Archived from the original on 29 November Retrieved 11 November Retrieved 5 February Retrieved 19 August Retrieved 7 June Stay with Me" in Finnish.
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