Sunday, December 15, 2013


Blurbs for all 3 books

Laney Walker is a quick witted, athletic, southern tomboy who lets few get too close, using her sarcastic zingers to deflect. She also has no idea how others view her since Evan, her best friend, has coveted her since they were children. But college puts a gap between Laney and Evan that neither of them were prepared for- old relationships are tested, new ones are formed and nothing will ever be the same.
Especially when in walks one Dane Kendrick, not at all the familiar, southern charmer of home, but an animal all his own.

A story of growing up, friendship, loyalty, first love, primal love...and life.

N/A Coming of Age- MATURE audiences.

Evan Allen is a handsome, athletic, southern gentleman who now attends Georgia Southern University for no good reason.
After what he expected to be the romantic gesture of the century, Evan is looking at no friends, a year of ineligibility on the football team, and no girl.

He's starting over alone and doesn't know quite how to proceed. Certain members of The Crew refuse to let him face things by himself, taking him under their wing, and it doesn't take the ladies long to notice him, either.

Sometimes life doesn't go as you had planned. Sometimes it goes better.

Embrace it.

Embrace, the second book in the Evolve Series by S.E. Hall, follows the characters from her debut New Adult romance, Emerge.

Things heat up, and not just the Georgia summertime, when Dane and Laney go head to head over plans for her new duplex. But Laney's got his number, and knows just how to coerce her bossy, domineering man. Spend the summer with the gang and find out...just how many is a crowd?
The members of the Evolve Crew are getting older; so is the content. Mature audiences recommended.

Optimal reading order: Emerge, Embrace, Entangled

About the author: 

S.E.Hall resides in Arkansas with her husband of 17 years and 3 beautiful daughters. When not in the stands watching her ladies play softball, she enjoys reading.

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This is one hard review to write, for a few reasons. First, and foremost, I feel like I was reading my past. I left, who I thought was the love of my life, to go to college and things just went crazy from there. Second, this book is so freaking amazing that I don't want to spoil it for the reader. Laney, Evan, and Dane....oh my! It takes one heck of a book to make me cry as much as this one did. Talk about an emotional roller coaster! When S.E. Hall told me she had written a love triangle without cheating, I was skeptical. What love triangle doesn't have a cheater, right? She did it and I loved it! Absolutely 5 stars! I wish I could give it more! Book two cannot come soon enough! 


I didn't think S.E. Hall could top EMERGE, but EMBRACE is fan-freakin-tastic! I LOVE Laney and Dane, but I HAD to know what happened to Evan. The poor guy is so sweet and he's back to try and find his way. I mean, what do you do when you give it all up to find out you lost your everything? College truly changed both Laney and Evan. The friendship they had once is all but's hanging by a thread. Can Evan handle Laney with Dane? Can Dane handle the bond that Laney and Evan obviously still share? Then there's Sawyer. I just love that "foul-mouthed southern boy"! We get to see a lot of development with Sawyer and he will keep you laughing. The things that come out of his mouth? Priceless! Well played, S.E. Hall! SO much happens in EMBRACE...don't miss it! Book 3 needs to come out NOW!


The Crew is growing up and I can't be happier with the latest installment! I love seeing more of Dane because...well...he's just yummy! Laney is her usual sassy self and I couldn't have asked for anything else! S.E. Hall gives us a good look into what Dane wants but is afraid to ask for from Laney. I'm happy that we got to see some more depth to their relationship...I LOVE the way that man thinks! I REALLY need to know what's going on with Sawyer...that boy is never too serious, and we get to see a little more of that as well! Bring on Entice!  


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