By Lexi Ryan
- Release Date: 2016-05-03
- Genre: Contemporary
Spinning Out Lexi Ryan Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars
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I read it straight through!
By Legal Regal
I really liked this book, could barely put it down! I thought it would be weird and confusing going from present to past but the author did it really well. Great read!
Not very good
By Great super duper book!!!
The characters were too shallow although the book was long. The storyline was drawn out way too long for the simple plot.
Such a great read! Great characters and plot! I will have to reread this book in a couple months ❤️
New adult and college with love triangle and crime
Spinning Out was about the choices these characters made, all in the name of love. With love came fear.
The story was comprised of a variety of themes: sports romance, crime, love triangle, new adult and college. With elements of friendship, regret, loss, and secrets. It was a character driven story with alternating points of view. The story was separated into parts. These parts delivered both past and present material with the timeline jumping around.
Mia and Arrow were the main characters who held secrets and told lies to protect and cover the past.
Mia was a nanny. Arrow a football player. Mia lived in a trailer. Arrow lived in a mansion. Mia went to a community college. Arrow went to a university. Mia’s a townie. Arron’s from the Valley. If you haven’t figured it out yet they are from different worlds.
At times the pace was slow and I found myself skimming. At some points it was tiresome to read. The constant push/pull between Arrow and Mia was tiresome. I found I was more interested in discovering who committed the crime than the blooming off-limits romance.
The prologue laid out most of the details beforehand leaving only a few surprises. For the most part this was a predictable story.
I can usually tolerate an off-limits trope but Spinning Out had me disappointed in the main female character. She was confused and allowed her parents choices to control her choices. The secrets were too much and the grief was too heavy. She carried a heavy burden that wasn’t hers to carry. So many obstacles stood in the way of these two being together that I started to lose interest.
This was the first book in The Blackhawk Boys series. Yet it could still be read as a standalone. Spinning Out was Arrow and Mia’s story. Rushing In (Chris’s story), Going Under (Sebastian’s story), Falling Hard (Keegan’s story), and In Too Deep (Mason’s story).
I really enjoyed reading this book! Probably will read the next one too. I recommend it
Arrow is reeling from all the changes going on in his life. He is on house arrest. He is in love with someone he has to see everyday. He cannot tell her how he feels. And it is killing him.
Mia has a lot go on as well. She took a job from her father's enemy. She is trying to get through school. She is also dealing with the man who makes her hot sleeping next door.
These characters are really hot! This story makes me want to cry and scream all at the same time. I was pleased with the banter, heat and pace. I cannot wait to read more in The Blackhawk Boys series.
By Mandys granny
Great book, really easy to read totally held my interest . Was unable to put down!
I loved this book and have become a fan of the BlackHawk Boys. This story had me pulling my hair because I was torn. I was hoping for someone to commit a wrong so things could be right, but it wasn't so black and white.
I'm definitely gonna purchase the next installment because Chris was such a sweet guy in this book. Glad he gets his own book!!!!!
I'm sorry to say that I did not like this book very much at all. I skipped over so many pages! I've loved every other book by Lexi Ryan and couldn't wait for a new release from her. This was a disappointment and I'll probably be skipping the others in the series.
Nice and entertaining
I liked the story and the characters. It kept me interested.