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Shallow Payton Archer s best friend Claire strives to be perfect in every way Payton doesn t and this is her story Nick Hawke likes his car fast and his girls even faster He blows through females quicker th

  • Title: Shallow
  • Author: Georgia Cates
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  • Page: 154
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  • Payton Archer s best friend, Claire, strives to be perfect in every way Payton doesn t and this is her story.Nick Hawke likes his car fast and his girls even faster He blows through females quicker than his muscle car races down the The Strip in Collinsville and he wouldn t have it any other way Determined to avoid the devastation he has watched his father endure in tPayton Archer s best friend, Claire, strives to be perfect in every way Payton doesn t and this is her story.Nick Hawke likes his car fast and his girls even faster He blows through females quicker than his muscle car races down the The Strip in Collinsville and he wouldn t have it any other way Determined to avoid the devastation he has watched his father endure in the aftermath of his mother leaving, he believes there is no room in his life or his heart for a relationship lasting than one night He seeks happiness in things that won t let him downfast cars, adrenaline and one night stands To his absolute dismay, all of that changes when he unexpectedly runs into an old friend and is introduced to Payton Archer, the first girl he ever wanted for than one night There s only one catche is completely immune to him and his smooth talking ways Payton Archer is looking for what Claire has with Jessie, but she has given up on finding it least until she leaves for college in the Fall because she is certain that is where she will find the perfect guy to fit into her perfect world She plans on Summer being nothing but three uneventful months of fun, but it turns out to be anything but ordinary when Payton is introduced to Nick Hawke, one of Jessie s old Collinsville friends She is shocked by her immediate and intense attraction for Hawke because nothing about him is what Payton is looking for Sure, he s hot and sexy but he comes from Collinsville and that is definitely not on her list of prerequisites Everything about him makes Payton s heart speed because he is exciting and dangerous, but his fast car and the dangerous chances he takes aren t what scares Payton the most s the way Nick Hawke makes her feel every time he looks at her Can Payton find that moment of total fearlessness and make the decision to leave the safe, shallow end of love to risk going under completely

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    1. this is NICK i think <3[image error]and my version of payton, well i used to chose sasha pieterse but i think that ashley benson is more fit and i think sasha is way too young so kinda feel like its inappropriate Lol (edited):but when i saw the date, i was like :(edited, again)wait wait wait this an inspiration?edited again :DHAH !!! i read it at last. there's nothing else to say except I LOVE IT !!!

    2. I was sure I didn’t have a shot in hell at being what she wanted, yet I needed the confirmation in case I was wrong. “Tell me what you’re looking for.” Her smile was breathtakingly beautiful. “I want truly, madly, deeply.” This has to be one of the most . most . make-the-butterflies-in-your-stomach-fly-real-high book I read this year !!!! Le sigh , I'm in love with this book . Would I call it cheesy ? NOOO ! would I call it corny ? NEVER ! I just dont know what to call it ! Its yummy [...]

    3. Quick review:Cover: Pretty Rating:R Thumbs Up:4Overall: Another story that was hard to put downCharacters: GoodPlot: Rich girl, bad boy fighting the odds to make a relationship workPage Turner: Yes Series Cont.? Yes Recommend:YesBook Boyfriend: NickSUMMARY (50 words or less)This story I think was better than the first. Not everyone talked in metaphors or rather smart ass talk. The story felt similar to the other one but different. It was hard to put down. I like how we got to see some of the cha [...]

    4. ★★★★! Going Under series, book 1 & 2 (complete series). Cute YA coming-of-age stories - 2 privileged (girl) friends meet 2 guys from the “wrong side” of town.Both books are entwined so I recommend reading them together as a set. To me this ended up one of those “feel good” series and I fell in love with all four protagonists. Both books have detailed descriptions to get you started. Here are my 2 cents:Going under, Book 1Jessie Boone (18 years/student/black hair/light blue ey [...]

    5. Well I was right in thinking that Payton Archer would be a much better main character than Claire was. She's got a mouth on her and she can take it as well as she dishes it out. This story was pretty good. The main plot line was good and the romance was believable even.Here is what I couldn't take-The completely pornographic descriptions of sex between the two MC's. Sex should never be written that graphically in a YA novel, even an adult novel. It wasn't romantic, it was gross.Why are 18 yr old [...]

    6. I just finished reading Shallow. Nick was one of those d-bags that was gettin with the skanks. He had "Jedi sex Tricks" for goodness sakes. But then he meets Payton. She gives it to him in the rear, I mean she rears ends him, as in a car accident. Ha!!! Get out of the gutter people. Nick fell hard and fast for Payton. What's not to love about a southern girl with a smart mouth. I started stressing when things were getting too good between Payton and Nick. That's usually when crap hits the fan,an [...]

    7. With an against-all-odds couple that you will love and root for, Shallow is a beautiful sequel in the Going Under Series by Georgia Cates.Wow. I had high hopes for Shallow because, let's face it, Payton is one badass chick. The girl nearly stole Going Under from Claire and Jessie and I was beyond pumped for her to have her own story. Georgia Cates delivered. Shallow was everything I'd hoped for and so much more. Seriously, the story, particularly Payton, was almost too awesome to handle.In Shall [...]

    8. I was so excited that Payton got her own book. I loved her in Going Under and connected with her right away. I can think of a handful of characters I've identified with like Payton. She just drew me in. Payton is a solid character with a strong voice and personality. Because Payton has a firm presence, I knew she would need a guy to keep up with her. So, when I met Nick Hawke *sigh*, I knew she met her match. Nick is cocky, snarky, and exudes sex appeal. But, he's also a lot deeper than I initia [...]

    9. EJOYABLE BUT CLICHEDThis is a straight forward classic romance, between the feisty heroine Payton Archer, and tattooed bad boy Nick Hawke. When Payton drives into the back of Nicks car on the way to watch a street race. She has no idea this gorgeous guy is one of the drivers in the race. Nick is friends with Jessie Boone the hero from the first book. Jessie warns Nick to stay away from Payton, she's not the usual type of girl he hooks up with. But that's easier said than done.This is a pleasant [...]

    10. Tenia muchisimas ganas de leer este libro despues de leer Going Under y conocer el caracter tan alocado y divertido de Payton, sabia que seria una protagonista fantastica, puesto que fue solo un personaje secundario en el libro anterior y la ame, asi que sabia que leer desde su perspectiva seria aun mejor.Aunque puedan decir que que este libro es uno mas con la tematica chica virgen-chico mujeriego, nunca me cansare de leer libros asi, sobre todo si son tan divertidos como este.Me gusto muchisim [...]

    11. You see Even Mary Poppins agrees, this book was fabulous! I couldn't put it down. The chemistry between Nick and Payton was off the charts and I loved that epilogue. It was great to see Jessie and Claire again, and I really hope for a third book, about Dane and Dallas because I can't get enough of this series!

    12. Holy hot chemistry! Nick and Payton are explosive. Cates takes her story writing up another notch in Shallow. I was not sure I could love Shallow more than I did Going Under, but I was wrong. Dead wrong! Shallow has it all, a female lead who doesn't take crap and tells it like it is, the bad boy *swoon*, enough sexual tension to drive you insane waiting on the first kiss, and even that manipulative nasty skank we all hate. Did I mention it is in both PoV, how awesome is that. Talk about an emoti [...]

    13. Shallow (Going under # 2)Georgia CatesGeorgia Oh Georgia , sweet sweet Georgia Thank you!!!  My life is better because your beautiful mind created one fabulous Nick Hawke, and Sassy Payton Archer. Wowza! Yes that is what this book did Wowza! Payton is friends with Claire.( book 1) She wants what Claire and our other bad boy we live to love Jessie have Love! I was worried at first since I always worry when second books focus on other characters. Although I felt like this worked well. I enjoye [...]

    14. It was going to be a five star yo until the last few pages. I HATE epilogues. It ruins it for me. I like leaving the future up to the imagination. I like to believe what I want to believe not have an epilogue which makes that pointless. Other than that I really enjoyed this book, more so than the first which is quite rare. Nick was unbelievably sexy. I loved everything about him. Payton what just a smart mouthed and a totally awesome heroin. I loved the stupid random banter between them both. It [...]

    15. This book was an excellent follow up to the original. I absolutely LOVED Payton and Nick story. Nick was a bad boy turned good but he was so sweet to Payton. I loved Payton's sassy attitude, her and Nick got along well. Georgia even put in a couple twists that I didn't see coming but truly added to the story:) I would have to say that Shallow was just as great as Going Under. I loved that we got to follow along with Claire and Jessie also. It was great to see how they were doing after their stor [...]

    16. I loved and devoured every page of this book! When I thought nothing can beat Jessie & Claire's story, well I have it all wrong because Payton & Nick's story is much more sweet & romantic. But it doesnt mean I dont like Jessie Boone. I laughed out loud when there's this scene where Payton is still wooing/seducing Jessie to get bow chika wow wow with her. And the fact that Jessie's bad boy image can turn out to be a good boy to his vows to not do the "deed" itself. Hands down to Ms. G [...]

    17. What a Beautiful, gorgeous, sweet, funny read xxI enjoyed this book as much, if not a little more than the first one ! xI loved the spark and the banter between 'Nick and Payton'Nick's perfect transformation from 'Bad Boy' to oh so attentive Romantic Hero xxOh And Nick's Journal Aaawwwwww xxI knew there was a twist coming in the middle. BUT hadn't quite seen that one coming !!!!?All in all a great read xx

    18. "Look, this bitch doesn't want to be one of your 99 problems, so can you please cage the rage before I have to activate the Bat Shit signal?" - PaytonThis books picks up 2 weeks after high school graduation from the last book Going Under. It starts off with Payton, Claire and Jessie heading to Collinsville to watch an illegal street race their friend Dane is in, against Jessie's old friend Nick Hawke. Jessie always the good-bad guy warns Payton: "No Hawke was always the favorite among the chicks [...]

    19. Let me begin by saying what a huge Georgia Cates fan I am. I absolutely fell in love with Jessie Boone in Going Under. Jessie and Claire's story was amazing. Payton Archer is Claire's best friend, and Shallow is Payton and Nick's story, which is amazing. This book is so good. I loved Payton's character in Going Under and was so excited when I found out there was going to be a book about her. She is snarky, outspoken, not easily intimated, and used to getting her way. She is not afraid to say wha [...]

    20. See review on my blog: sarainbooklandblogShallow is the story of two teenagers, Payton and Nick, who accidentally meet due to a car accident: since that day they couldn't remove each other from their mind. Nick has always been a Playah, the typical guy who has always played with girls without caring about the consequences; Payton instead is a direct and impulsive girl, with a breastplate of iron but a very sensitive and tender heart. It is she, with her directness and impulsiveness who will upse [...]

    21. So I stared this around 10PM and finished around 3:30Adid I like? I would say YES!!!Review and other goodness originally posted at supagurlbooks as part of the "Shallow" book tour!I’m going to try to be as shallow as possible in my review of Shallow by Geogia CaitesHere are gorgeous people: [image error]Source: lizv28.tumblr via Claudia on Pinterest[image error]Source: Uploaded by user via Anna on PinterestSo recapBeautiful Payton in her hot car bumps into, literally, Gorgeous Nick (dontcha lo [...]

    22. Georgia Cates has done it again! First I would like to thank AToMR for allowing me to read an ARC copy of Shallow and allowing me to be a part of this tour. I read Going Under and after reading it I needed more! I love Claire and Jessie's story so when I found out Georgia was doing another book but it was going to be about Payton and Nick I was jumping like a crazy women in my living room. This story has the same elements as Going Under did but different in so many ways. Payton is Jessies BFF fr [...]

    23. I am very, very disappointed. I have read the first book in the series, Going Under. I had kinda liked it. So when I saw the name Georgia Cates I just downloaded it in my Kindle without thinking. What a mistake it was. Nick is a creep. There is definitely no excuse for his behaviour. He consistently chases Payton and tries make her say yes to him regardless of how many times she has turned her down. The "no" does not register with him AT ALL. News Flash: Just because he is hot, does not mean any [...]

    24. Payton wants a guy like her best friend’s boyfriend, Jessie. She wants someone that will give her the moon and the stars. She wants truly, madly, deeply. Nick is always looking for his next lay. But something changed in him the night this beautiful girl rear ends his car. He is totally smitten. Could Payton be the one to change Nick from ‘playah’ to boyfriend? Can Nick be the one to give Payton everything she has ever wanted? Can Payton learn to let go others expectations for her life and [...]

    25. Shallow had everything I look for in a Mature YA/New Adult Romance; I loved the characters, was enveloped by the story line and it had just the right amount of hot romance. I felt this book the whole way through; I got to see the changes in two young adults, their hesitant relationship and how they dealt with other life stressors. I found myself smiling at times because of the sweetness between the two and near tears as the book took sad, angsty turns that made my heart drop.To be honest, I didn [...]

    26. I loved Shallow even more than the first book, Going Under. Shallow can be read alone but I would recommend reading Going Under first so you can be introduced to Jessie and Claire. I loved Jessie and Claire and I didn't really think anyone could top them. I have such a soft spot for faux bad boys that have a sweet side- and Jessie did big time. So I thought there was no way that I would connect with Payton and Nick in the same way. But I was so very wrong. I liked Payton and Nick even MORE than [...]

    27. Payton Archer is a take no prisoners, lay it all out there kind of girl. Nick Hawke is a player and has had more than his fair share of female attention. Yet when the two meet, sparks fly and from then on, neither can get the other out of their mind. Nick is an adrenalin junkie, and Payton is by no means backing down from the challenges he presents to her. But she also doesn't want to be just another notch on his bedpost. Add to that the pressure from her parents to stay away from him, and his m [...]

    28. DNFWhen I began reading this book it had me cracking up and I was sure I was going to love it. But by about 30-40% through, I realized I didn’t love it and I probably wouldn’t end up liking it very much either. The plot was okay, but the writing wasn’t. The fact that every time the book would say player, it said “Playah” (and I’m being serious) was a definite sign of poor writing. The book started off really funny, quick witted, and even cute but it slowly turned into an amateur and [...]

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