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Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Tease by Sophie Jordan. A born flirt and good-time party girl, Emerson has never had a problem finding a willing guy. Never let them see the real you. Never fall in love. Always leave them begging for more.
Then comes Shaw. Unable to resist a challenge, or forget the sexy dark-eyed bad-boy biker, she vows to bring him to his knees. But instead of making Shaw beg, she finds herself craving him. A guy who just might leave her wanting more. Get A Copy. Paperback , pages.
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Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Nov 08, Patrycja rated it really liked it Shelves: Tease Series: The Ivy Chronicles 2 Author: Sophie Jordan Release Date: May 27, Rating: No HEA: Foreplay was wonderful, fluffy, sweet read that swept me off my feet with its light humor, pure sexiness and swoon worthy hero.
Still, I had a great time. Not only did she drunk her head off, she also started a brawl and threw herself onto sexy biker boy. Shaw rescued her from getting hurt and found her a very interesting… cocktease.
Now, Shaw wants more than a hook up and Emerson is running away from the possibility of finding love. Will Shaw chase her fast enough to catch her? I was instantly attracted to Shaw — he definitely made me drool. He quickly become my favorite character in the book. Tease is sexy, intense and sweet read.
I was having enough fun to numb this irritating sometimes things. The sexy parts were really steamy, the romance was heart racing and the humor was not over the top, but the teasing and jokes me laugh more than few times. So, big plus for that!
View all 41 comments. Mar 24, Jennifer Armentrout rated it it was amazing. View all 4 comments. Mar 11, Keertana rated it it was ok Shelves: In a rare display of symbolism, the cover of this novel is every bit as off-putting as it needs to be. When I first looked at the ARC of this novel, I was originally disappointed as I felt the cover image - with those models looking at the viewer and at each other so oddly - would work against an otherwise excellent novel.
Unlike its predecessor, however, Tease is exactly the typical New Adult novel it is projected as. Where Foreplay managed to draw me into the college lifestyle, warm friendship In a rare display of symbolism, the cover of this novel is every bit as off-putting as it needs to be. Where Foreplay managed to draw me into the college lifestyle, warm friendships, and a romance that defied stereotypes while playing within them, Tease follows an all too-familiar cookie-cutter formula which has, fortunately or unfortunately, run its course.
Tease follows one of Pepper's best friends, Emerson, as she finally meets a guy willing to get to know the real her beneath her multiple layers of barriers. Frankly speaking, I am not exhausted of this particular plot-line. I think that with maturity and time, there comes a point in every relationship where honesty is needed above "faking" it and considering the state of women's self-esteem all around the world thanks to the media, I am not surprised that this a theme authors keep returning to and readers keep embracing.
After all, every character is different and their approach to their growth isn't the same either, appealing to certain types of audiences more than others. In the case of Tease, though, this wasn't the case. Emerson is estranged from her family, bitter at the world, and uses guys to further the image of her sexual experience.
Moreover, she enjoys teasing guys as it gives her a modicum of welcome power of her life. I get that. Where I had a difficult time with this story, however, is in the fact that Emerson's growth is peppered with recycled tropes playing a large role in her agency. Whether it be the alpha-male, Shaw, whose insistence at control forces Emerson to give up her own control and learn to trust and open up to him or the sexual abuse which drives forward her present-day motives, Emerson's story line dulled my senses, causing my eyes to skim over the pages instead of lean in with barely-contained excitement.
Admittedly, my dislike for alpha-males is a personal one and, as far as they go, Shaw is definitely one of the better, nicer guys whose dominance doesn't dictate his every action.
Nevertheless, Shaw's personality as a love interest never came alive for me and, moreover, his connection with Emerson seemed purely physical.
No, not purely physical, but if Emerson had met a different stubborn, alpha-male she would have likely fallen for him too as his controlling qualities would have forced her to open up under his probing gaze, just as she did with Shaw. Moreover, I am growing a little disgusted by the blatant use of sexual abuse in every single New Adult novel to further the plot line. I am not denying the fact that the percentage of women who experience sexual abuse is high - it is - which makes the chances of all these characters suffering from some type of sexual abuse a realistic statistic, but the manner in which this is explored is never to the full depth and capacity it needs to be.
In Tease, this aspect of Emerson's past is a negligible detail, mentioned and utilized to increase the drama of the story line instead of address serious allegations of potential rape and our societal view of it.
Emerson's trauma and baggage is big enough to deal with without adding sexual abuse into the mixture, so its presence only clouded an already disappointing story. For fans of Sophie Jordan, I have a feeling Tease may prove to be a success. Seeing as I've only ever enjoyed Foreplay, I am certainly the first to admit that I went into this with grossly high expectations and have had to pay for those hopes dearly.
Perhaps, for me, Foreplay was only a one trick pony. Either way, I won't be lunging for the next book in this series; lesson learned. View all 3 comments.
Jan 15, Irene Sim rated it it was amazing Shelves: Sophie Jordan creates the most interesting, solid male characters I've met in a while. I knew from the previous book that I would like Emerson's story. She was the kind of girl that seemed so easy-going and happy-get-lucky all the time with hints of despondency underneath.
So I was really curious as to what skeletons she kept in her closet and I wasn't disappointed in the least. What I wasn't expecting was Shaw, who turns from bad-boy-biker, to ex-marine, to a cast-out loner, to engineer extraor Sophie Jordan creates the most interesting, solid male characters I've met in a while.
What I wasn't expecting was Shaw, who turns from bad-boy-biker, to ex-marine, to a cast-out loner, to engineer extraordinaire, who pursues Emerson with a steady determination discarding her bullshit justifications overturning her resistance. A beautiful story, one that I would definitely re-read in the future.
View 2 comments. Dec 21, Wendy Darling rated it liked it Shelves: The sex is well written, and there's definite chemistry in the relationship. But plot-wise, this is kind of all over the place, plus overly dramatic and predictable on too of that. And this could've easily been an adult romance, because aside from Emerson's age and talk of dorm rooms, there's not much college stuff going on at all.
Plus Shaw is constantly punching people, man. It's not cool to lose control that many times. Hopefully WILD puts this series back on course.
This author writes heated bedroom scenes, though. View all 6 comments. Usa i ragazzi come fossero giocattoli e segue ben tre regole che per nessuna ragione al mondo deve violare, almeno sino all'incontro con Shaw. Una buona lettura scorrevole e che trascina il lettore all'interno della storia. Ho amato il fatto che corre sempre a salvarla, molte volte anche da se stessa. Mi sono piaciuti tantissimo Pepper e Reece come coppia.
May 11, Nadine rated it it was amazing Shelves: This guy, Shaw, is everything. If you think of the perfect book boyfriend, Shaw is your man.
I liked Emerson but I did not love her. She was ooookay the typical h of a NA novel but Shaw How can I not love him when he says things like this? And what we have is real. You love me and it terrifies you. He grabbed my face then, dragging me closer with both hands.
I know you do. I know it because I can see it in your eyes. The whole series is a winner for me. There are two more books: Foreplay and Wild. My little NA novel lover heart likes them all a lot. View all 9 comments. Nov 05, Lucy rated it it was ok Shelves: Once again, we are forced to suffer through ridiculous names like Emerson Wingate???? However, this time there was very little of the magic of the first book, and lots of stuff I heartily dislike that are often typical of NA books, like the alpha male routine and You could say I didn't like Shaw a whole lot.
There's also the problematic and wholly unoriginal rape storyline, the unsatisfactory characterisation of side characters, a Once again, we are forced to suffer through ridiculous names like Emerson Wingate???? There's also the problematic and wholly unoriginal rape storyline, the unsatisfactory characterisation of side characters, and of course Shaw was a Marine, of course - there is really no better way to show how manly and experienced-with-The-Real-World he is And a lot more issues that probably existed in the first book, but could largely be ignored because the central relationship between Pepper and Reece was refreshingly well-written.
I liked Foreplay because it subverted a lot of the tropes that plagued New Adult books, but this book has gone back and sub-subverted that is a real word as much as Emerson Wingate is a real name everything that was accomplished so well in the first book. Yet, I'm still holding out hope for the third book. Oct 02, Fanny rated it liked it. Tease es el segundo libro de la trilogia The Ivy Chronicles creada por Sophie Jordan y narra la historia de Emerson, a quien conocemos en el libro anterior y Shaw, un nuevo personaje.
No voy a decir que esperaba leer este libro como agua de mayo porque no seria cierto, la sinopsis me parecio sencilla y ligera, y eso era justo lo que queria leer en este momento, por lo que decidi darle una oportunidad.
Hace bastante tiempo que lei el primer libro, lo recuerdo vagamente como una historia que disfrut Tease es el segundo libro de la trilogia The Ivy Chronicles creada por Sophie Jordan y narra la historia de Emerson, a quien conocemos en el libro anterior y Shaw, un nuevo personaje.
Hace bastante tiempo que lei el primer libro, lo recuerdo vagamente como una historia que disfrute pero que no se volvio inolvidable, por lo que quizas eso tambien ayudo a que no comenzara la lectura con muchas ganas. Tease es una lectura rapida de leer y entretenida, cumple su funcion de entretenerte y alejarte de la realidad, por lo que no me arrepiento de haberla leido. En fin, si quieres algo ligero para pasar el rato, esta historia puede ser una buena opcion.
View all 10 comments. Jan 19, Yomi M. Rating Clarification: The reason I gave it 4. I like him more than Reece that's for sure. Ti sono entrato nel sangue. E tu nel mio. Se amate i romance new adult con ambientazione universitaria dovete assolutamente leggere la serie The Ivy Chronicles! Non fatevi fregare dalle immagini di copertina di questa serie, secondo me totalmente inadatte alle storie che la Jordan ci racconta.
Con te e nessun altro ha prota 4 stelline e mezzo! Lei sceglie soltanto quelli facili da controllare e si tiene alla larga da quelli ingestibili e pericolosi.
I due protagonisti si conoscono nell'ultimo posto al mondo in cui Emerson avrebbe mai pensato di mettere piede, ma in seguito il destino li fa incrociare in diverse occasioni grazie ad amicizie in comune. Di questo romance ho adorato quasi ogni aspetto, ma il posto d'onore va al protagonista maschile.
Nella prima parte la vediamo perennemente in lotta con se stessa e contro i propri sentimenti ed attrazione, tutto per tentare di tenere a distanza Shaw, l'unico che sembra leggerle dentro. Chiamalo come vuoi. Consapevolezza situazionale.
La voglia di scoprire cosa sia successo ad Em, e di conseguenza cosa le impedisca di aprirsi veramente con le persone che le vogliono bene, mi ha tenuta in sospeso durante la lettura. A questo proposito, adoro il fatto che l'autrice ci lasci sospirare e attendere per un po' prima che i suoi protagonisti si lascino finalmente travolgere dalla passione.
La Jordan ha una penna molto scorrevole, moderna ed appassionante, questo libro mi ha conquistata sin dalle prime pagine e non vedo l'ora di leggere il prossimo capitolo della serie!
Punto di vista: What a lovely book, I was not expecting this! Emerson seemed like the all-around party girl in the first book, so as predicted, I was expecting a rather funny and kind-of-bitchy mood for this story. What I got though was a deep, heartfelt story about a girl that has gone through a lot of shit in her life, and a boy, sooo expectionally brave and sweet and hot that I just fell in love with these two more and more. Although I have to confess that I liked the first book a tad better, this is a super What a lovely book, I was not expecting this!
Although I have to confess that I liked the first book a tad better, this is a supercute story too. I hope and pray the last book will be just as awesome! Jul 14, Valquiria rated it really liked it Shelves: This was just beautiful! Sep 21, Angela rated it it was ok Shelves: TEASE follows Pepper's roommate, Emerson, as she tries to keep her emotional distance from the many men who are interested in her.
The story opens with the obligatory reference to some dark incident in Emerson's past that has scarred and damaged her. Because of this, the reader is told that Emerson is a strong, cautious woman, but the first important scene has her drinking herself to oblivion in a biker bar and being conveniently rescued i. Because of the formulaic set-up and inconsistent characterization, I wasn't able to immerse myself in the story or root for Emerson and Shaw's romance.
In future books in the series, I hope Jordan goes back to focusing on character and eschews the common tropes that can make stories like this so predictable.
This review refers to an advance review copy.
Aug 16, Nancy The book junkie rated it it was amazing Shelves: Sin embargo, se deja leer. May 29, Floripiquita rated it liked it. Jul 24, Sherreka Burton rated it it was ok Shelves: Jesus, why do I continue to read this New Adult drivel?
Like, seriously? Is something wrong with me? I'm beginning to think so. Just completely annoying. Lots of the crap she got into could have been completely avoided if she just listened to her own-damn-self. Going with Annie the first time? Definitely not a good idea, and shame on Annie for being a shitty friend by abandoning you.
Going with Annie the second time? Shame on your ass. Naw, shawty. Not a good look; not a good look at all.
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If anything, have my homegirl come over with you and get her to talk some sense into me as well. Is that so hard? Based on that assessment, would I recommend this? Now, as a piece-of-complete-and-utter-nonsense fictional romance? This shit was tops. Wait, or, did he pick you? Think on it. Would I recommend this one? Will I re-read it on either version of events? Not a shot in hell. It was Shaw was amazing, i liked every single thing about him That just makes him perfect, i guess haha ; You should just enjoy the beauty of it The fact that guys like these don't exist Jul 30, Miss.
Jul 03, Krista rated it really liked it Shelves: Emerson loves men and loves sending them home when she's done with them. Don't get close and, for heaven's sake, don't fall in love with them.
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And then along came Shaw. He was everything she never went for - dark, dangerous, maybe a tad bad, and capable of taking away Em's well-earned control. But, Emerson's been hurt in the past and has decided that not falling in love is the answer. Not even Shaw can change her mind on that one. Now hes telling her to go homegood girls dont belong here! Georgia is tired of having others define her. Shes going to teach Logan a lesson he wont forgetone white hot, mind-wrecking kiss.
Realizing shes way in over her head, Georgia runs.
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Only Logan wont let her go. Everywhere she goes hes there, making her want every inch of him.
Making her forget who she is. Who he is. And just how wrong they are for each other. Sign up to our newsletter today!
Click here for more details Telegraph bookshop. Description A good girl goes fabulously bad in the final book in New York Times bestselling author Sophie Jordans sexy New Adult romance series, in which three Ivy League suite-mates seek higher knowledge of just how far they can go. Information Format: EPUB Pages:And I really admired her for that. Emerson fights her attraction to Shaw by unleashing her inner bitch and Shaw takes it and then some.
William Morrow November 5, Where Foreplay managed to draw me into the college lifestyle, warm friendships, and a romance that defied stereotypes while playing within them, Tease follows an all too-familiar cookie-cutter formula which has, fortunately or unfortunately, run its course. It was my second favorite part of this book. Sophie Jordan creates the most interesting, solid male characters I've met in a while. Marian intends to become so skilled, so coveted, that she can set her