By Brittany Butler

  • Release Date : 2016-01-26
  • Genre : New Adult
  • FIle Size : 0.32 MB
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Hazed When addiction and obsession are confused with love, life becomes hazed.
After Taylor Thompson receives an acceptance letter to a university an hour away, she can taste freedom. Her life is controlled by a small town and a strict father. When Taylor finds a local bar that’s hiring a waitress she applies and gets the position. However, one bartender leaves her questioning the acceptance of her new job.
Hayze Clark, the bartender that keeps the customers coming back. His dark eyes pierce through your soul, drawing you near. The tattoos bellowing down his arms and the scar that lines his left eyebrow keep you at a safe distance; his carefree attitude lures Taylor into friendship. She's excited to have found the perfect distraction, and new friendship to pull herself from her misery.
The closer she gets, the more secrets are revealed, lies are told, and tears are shed. Their relationship falters and Taylor is left unsure if she's willing to pick up the pieces of this broken guy.


  • Hmm

    By 💥book geek Lou17
    While it's technically a good story line, I can't say I enjoyed reading this book. I was frustrated more than anything with the abrupt change of demeanour and conversations they had that quite frankly barely made sense. They were both immature and there was no leading up to anything, stuff just happened and it was like there was no effect or feelings to it. I couldn't get into their 'love' because you never saw a shift in their relationship until he kissed her then they sort of dated or whatever but that's my point,everything just seemed to be 'whatever' no build up for me. So it just cut a lot of the 'want to read more' factor out and basically just see how it ended which made me roll my eyes. There's no way she was that naive when she's supposedly intuitive and there's no way he's that blind to see what she's been asking all along is perfectly within reason, without the dramatic arguments that never went anywhere and was confusing as a reader to believe that the strong mindset of the characters would just laugh it off and move on until the next day. What an eye roller