Book 1, The After Series
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There was the time before Tessa met Hardin, and then there’s everything AFTER... Life will never be the same. #Hessa
Tessa is a good girl with a sweet, reliable boyfriend back home. She’s got direction, ambition, and a mother who’s intent on keeping her that way.
But she’s barely moved into her freshman dorm when she runs into Hardin. With his tousled brown hair, cocky British accent, tattoos, and lip ring, Hardin is cute and different from what she’s used to.
But he’s also rude—to the point of cruelty, even. For all his attitude, Tessa should hate Hardin. And she does—until she finds herself alone with him in his room. Something about his dark mood grabs her, and when they kiss it ignites within her a passion she’s never known before.
He’ll call her beautiful, then insist he isn’t the one for her and disappear again and again. Despite the reckless way he treats her, Tessa is compelled to dig deeper and find the real Hardin beneath all his lies. He pushes her away again and again, yet every time she pushes back, he only pulls her in deeper.
Tessa already has the perfect boyfriend. So why is she trying so hard to overcome her own hurt pride and Hardin’s prejudice about nice girls like her?
Unless…could this be love?
Absolutely awful. This does not deserve to be published at all. This writing is beyond awful and I do not reccommend it at all. The author romanticizes domestic abuse and teaches these young readers that loving your abuser is the "thing" today, when it is not. Your abuser does not love you, nor will he change for you willingly in real life, and these young girls are brainwashed in to the belief to love your abuser. This is Fifty Shades of Grey 2.0, but worse and it was originally a One Direction fanfic, if you can't tell by her username on the cover. The author cannot write at all, nor can she develop characterization in the characters. Don't read it if you don't feel like wasting your time. It's not worth the money. It's really upsetting that this is what literature has become today, this is insulting legitimate authors like J.K Rowling and John Green who can actually write. But don't waste your money and time. This isn't worth it at all.
encourages little girls to think it's ok to have an abusive relationship with your partner
why does this exist