I Want It That Way 2B Trilogy #1 PDF or Kindle ePUB author Ann Aguirre


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  • I Want It That Way 2B Trilogy #1
  • Ann Aguirre
  • English
  • 10 June 2018
  • 9780373779833

10 thoughts on “I Want It That Way 2B Trilogy #1

  1. says:

    Everything went just finebefore the ''let's be friends with benefits'' subject came upOf course Nadia the main character accepted and thought it was a good ideaAs if that ever works outThe real problem here is that I never completely understood why they had to be sex friends in the first place Yes he Ty has a boy and yes he has trouble trusting Nadia wouldn't leave him since the mother of his child Sam left him and bro

  2. says:

    Warning adding this book to your TBR will result in the BSB running constantly through your head heeeee

  3. says:

    25 STARSNot all love stories end happily Sometimes they just end I’m a little confused right now so bear with me as I try to process this book This is my first Ann Aguirre book I’ve first heard of her Razorland series and while that seems to be widely loved by my friends it’s not named after a Backstreet

  4. says:

    Title I Want It That WaySeries 2B #1Author Ann AguirreRelease Date August 26 2014Rating 35 starsCliffhanger No HEA view spoiler Yes hide spoiler

  5. says:

    Review posted on The Eater of Books blogI Want It That Way by Ann AguirreBook One of the 2B seriesPublisher Harleuin HNPu

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    This review has also been posted on The Social PotatoIt’s so hard to describe this book because while it isn’t particularly special and will probably not blow your mind away it’s also a fantastic read and something that combines youthfulness young love and the difficulties one faces when you have to grow up and it is done in such a fres

  7. says:

    This is a romance trilogy written by Ann Aguirre EACH OF THE TITLES IS A BACKSTREET BOYS SONG No April Fool's jokeI Want it that WayAs Long As You Love MeThe Shape of my HeartI am confused especially because I'll most likely end up reading them

  8. says:

    This is truly an example of a New Adult book done rightThis book did not make me roll my eyes or make me cringe at insta luv or have

  9. says:

    Aguirre's I Want it That Way is a relatively unexceptional piece of literature It isn't the New Adult Series I'd recommend on a whim but an im

  10. says:

    25 starsNot a bad book and not a good one either I Want It That Way felt contrived even though I have not read many books of its genre I could discern its repetitive nature from the handsome guy with a mysterious and dark past and the playful yet melodramatic relationship tropes from miles away I wanted depth from Nadia and Ty aside from their instant attraction and the problems given to them by Ann Aguirre For

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I Want It That Way 2B Trilogy #1

F the uestion The last thing he wants is for four noisy students to move into the apartment upstairs But one night Nadia's and Ty's paths cross and soon they can't stay away from each other The timing is all wrong but love happens when it happens And you can't know what you truly need until you stand to lose Aguirre s I Want it That Way is a relatively unexceptional piece of literature It isn t the New Adult Series I d recommend on a whim but an important distinction to note is that I also wouldn t warn away from it For me it seems to be a new milestone in New Adult literature when I can find a novel that steers clear of slut shaming misogyny rape or other over used tropes Thus though I hesitate to say it Aguirre s I Want it That Way belongs to that new milestone of New Adult not remarkable but a far cry from terrible too I Want it That Way is at its core a romance novel Nadia moves into a two story apartment complex and finds herself living above Ty the gorgeously sexy single father who works by day and studies by night Nadia and Ty have chemistry they can feel it even from the vertical separation of a few feet but with his son and complicated lifestyle there is no place for Nadia in Ty s life But as Ty spends and time with Nadia he finds it and difficult to stay away Just a brief place holder relationship until The One came alongit couldn t hurt right But what if The One was there all along and Ty just won t open his eyes I hardly feel the need to touch upon the love story within I Want it That Way Just the way I like it it s a slow tortuous burn and I appreciate the fact that Nadia and Ty get to know one another on an emotional mental level before they broach a physical relationship with one another It isn t easy for Ty to let Nadia into his life and similarly it isn t easy for Nadia to choose to be with Ty Ty lives the life of an individual at least another decade older than he really is and for Nadia to adjust to that and vice versa is tough Aguirre leaves no stone unturned however in exploring their relationship and its struggles and I found it a delight to read Moreover I really enjoyed Nadia s collegiate experiences bleeding into her romance Whether it be a tiff with her best friend and roommate or lending a shoulder for another friend to cry on the dynamics of these four roommates and Nadia s role in the midst of it juggling her school work with her social life with Ty was not only a balance to have to live through but also to write Granted Nadia s experiences as a college student are not the focus of this novel but their presence enhanced the tale and brought Nadia s uniue decisions into broader perspective Perfect for a lazy afternoon or a stormy night I Want it That Way is uick entertaining and satisfying While you can certainly ask and expect from both Aguirre and New Adult this is likely the best you ll read of them together

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Nadia Conrad has big dreams and she's determined to make them come true for her parents' sake as well as her own But between maintaining her college scholarship and working at the local day care to support herself she barely has time to think let alone date Then she moves into a new apartment and meets the ta Warning adding this book to your TBR will result in the BSB running constantly through your head heeeee

review I Want It That Way 2B Trilogy #1

Citurn yet irresistible guy in 1B Daniel Tyler has grown up too fast Becoming a single dad at twenty turned his life upside down and brought him heartache he can't risk again Now as he raises his four year old son while balancing a full time construction management job and night classes a social life is out o Review posted on The Eater of Books blogI Want It That Way by Ann AguirreBook One of the 2B seriesPublisher Harleuin HNPublication Date August 26 2014Rating 4 starsSource eARC from NetGalleyWarning this book contains mature subject matter and is for the eyes of mature readersSummary from GoodreadsNadia Conrad has big dreams and she s determined to make them come true for her parents sake as well as her own But between maintaining her college scholarship and working at the local day care to support herself she barely has time to think let alone date Then she moves into a new apartment and meets the taciturn yet irresistible guy in 1B Daniel Tyler has grown up too fast Becoming a single dad at twenty turned his life upside down and brought him heartache he can t risk again Now as he raises his four year old son while balancing a full time construction management job and night classes a social life is out of the uestion The last thing he wants is for four noisy students to move into the apartment upstairs But one night Nadia s and Ty s paths cross and soon they can t stay away from each other The timing is all wrong but love happens when it happens And you can t know what you truly need until you stand to lose itWhat I LikedYou all KNOW my struggle with New Adult contemporary romance novels A few years ago I read a lot of the originals New Adult contemporary romance novels that weren t yet christened New Adult that weren t yet bought by large publishing companies Colleen Hoover Jamie McGuire and Tammara Webber were still doing the indie thing I liked what I read up until the publishing companies starting buying these indie books and suddenly EVERY author was writing New Adult contemporary romance novels and self publishing them probably hoping that the big companies would buy their book s rights And the sad thing wasis these books all started to sound the same They WERE the same innocent girl meets bad boy falls in love with him wants to fix him Meanwhile he has a dark deadly past he doesn t do emotions but oh yes he d love to do her It s very possible that she either has experienced or will experience rape or sexual abuse at some pointBlah Blah Blah I m telling you right now if this book followed the same bulls plot as the older New Adult contemporary romance novels I would barf rage write a heck of a 0 star review and forget that I reuested and was approved for the next book Aren t we all happy that s not the case Nadia and her friends Max Lauren and Angus have just moved into a new apartment They re juniors so no on campus dorm housing don t I know this struggle Nadia isn t expecting to fall into lust and eventually love with the hawt neighbor on the floor below Ty Ty is three years older works during the day and takes night classes oh has a four year old son no wife no girlfriend no baby momma Ty doesn t want a serious relationship with anyone not after what happened with his ex girlfriend not with his son so young But he and Nadia can t seem to stay awayI don t think this book was too cliche at all I haven t read a single New Adult contemporary romance novel that involved the male protagonist having a son oh wait Actually now that I think about it I remember on of J Lynn s has that story Ish It s not as serious as it is in this book if you know what I mean We see so much of Sam you can t not love him Nadia is a part time teacher at a daycare academy so when Ty enrolls Sam Nadia is teaching Sam every day I really enjoyed this story I found that I read it really uickly which was nice It wasn t too focused on the angst and heartache and chemistry and blah blah blah I mean it was kind of but nothing like most New Adult contemporary romance novels in which the romance is ALWAYS over the top and exaggerated in my opinion Don t forget that I m a new adult in college Ty and Nadia aren t constantly banging or flirting or doing that dance around each other Their relationship from the start is meaningful They don t start based on oh my gosh I want to be in hisher pants ASAP I mean they both think that but they start actually interacting on a deep level first physical second Or maybe third Or tenthThat being said I really liked the romance Ty and Nadia don t have a cookie cutter fall in love story They don t meet flirt hook up fall in love break up fall in love and end up together No their journey is much complicated than that especially with Sam in the pictureI love how much else is going on in this book Nadia has a lot to deal with with classes and work and her best friend s school crisis and her apartment mates and Ty Towards the end it s like life took a giant dump of Nadia but it feels very natural Like there were little cues throughout the book that hinted that something of this or that nature would happen I like how natural things flowed instead of how most New Adult contemporary romance novels just throw random plot twists and climaxes at readersI didn t hate the female protagonist Nadia isn t stupid or wishy washy or straight up DUMB like most female protagonists in New Adult contemporary romance novels And I love in the end how SHE took charge of things being vague Good for her Nadia doesn t necessarily have demons but Ty does His demons in my opinion are REAL Not that I m saying that the demons of male protagonists of other New Adult contemporary romance novels aren t necessarily real but they don t seem to matter as much as something like a pregnancy a child You know how most New Adult contemporary romance novels end perfectly Like boy and girl FINALLY get together as a real couple girl faces her demons boy faces his boy saves girl from getting raped or run over by cars or beat up or whatever and everyone sails off into the sunset Well in this book the ending isn t what you would expect in a New Adult contemporary romance novel Not everyone ends up perfectly happy But I shan t give anything awayOverall I really liked this book And not just because it s an Ann Aguirre book though I do love Aguirre s books in general but because it was a genuinely good book Also perhaps it s good that I took such a long break from New Adult contemporary romance novels But I don t think I would have liked this book less if I still had been reading and hating New Adult contemporary romance novels like beforeWhat I Did Not LikeIn no way do I promote the practice of day drinking binge drinking post break up drinking blackout drinking uite frankly I don t promote or endorse any type of drinking Contrary to what you ll infer from most authors and their wine alcohol is bad for you people Moderation is good thoughThat was like a disclaimer not a dislike Take it as you willWould I Recommend ItIf you like New Adult contemporary romance novels definitely give this book a chance If you like contemporary or romance novels in general you will enjoy this book There is adult content and whatnot so be warnedRating4 stars YAY a positive rating for a New Adult contemporary romance novel coming from a new adult who has read sooo many New Adult contemporary novels and disliked a good number of them That says something people


About the Author: Ann Aguirre

Ann Aguirre is a New York Times before she began writing full time she was a clown a clerk a voice actress and a savior of stray kittens not necessarily in that order She grew up in a yellow house across from a cornfield but now she lives in sunny Mexico with her husband children and various pets She likes all kinds of b