Thursday, June 13, 2013

Xpresso Presents In Too Deep by Michelle Kemper Brownlow Blog Tour Stop

In Too Deep by Michelle Kemper Brownlow
Publication date: June 6th 2013
by Sapphire Star Publishing
Genre: New Adult Romance


Long- Gracie has just finished her freshman year of college in Memphis when she takes a job at a local pizza joint in her home town of McKenzie, Tennessee. She is the epitome of innocence when she meets Noah. Noah is unabashedly handsome, intriguingly reckless and just cocky enough to be sexy. Gracie’s instincts tell her to stay far away from him and based on the stories she hears from her co-workers he leaves broken hearts in his wake. But still, she can’t explain her fascination with him.

Noah puts aside his bad boy ways when what he thought was a summer crush has him unexpectedly falling in love. But soon after Gracie transfers to UT Knoxville to be with Noah, their unexpected love becomes riddled with anger, deceit and humiliation.

Jake, Noah’s former roommate and Gracie’s best friend, can no longer be a bystander. Gracie’s world falls out from beneath her and when she breaks she turns to Jake for strength. As Jake talks her through a decision she’s not yet strong enough to make, together they uncover a truth so ugly neither of them is prepared for its fallout. Will Jake pull her to the surface or is Gracie Jordan finally In Too Deep?


My Review

5 of 5 In Too Deep

Okay here it goes..... This book is F^&*%$# INCREDIBLE! Lord I have never ever been so heart broken in my life. I read this book and lord i had all these emotions and I was bawling like a crazy a$ lady! Have you ever seen a car accident coming and you try and turn the other way but you can't you have to see what happens? Well HOLY HELL In Too Deep is like that and man oh man I have never cried and yelled at a book like I did this book.

Gracie is your ordinary college girl. Likes school and works hard. She has an easy life just coasting by until she meets college bad boy Noah. Lord she knows he is a bad boy because she has heard the rumors and people have warned her to stay away from him. He breaks hearts like he changes his boxers. He is a chew and screw type of guy. So when they start talking and getting closer Noah shows Gracie a different side of himself. Gracie's walls that she has put up comes crashing down and she transfers to his college to be with him.

Everyone tells her that is a bad idea but she does not listen and soon she is on a collision course with Noah. But there is a bright side to it because Gracie has her best friend who is Noah's ex roommate Jake. Soon Gracie and Jake are getting closer and Noah is not feeling it. But at the end of the day when the dust settles Gracie will have to chose whether or not she is going to stay with Noah or move on to someone else close to her that loves her and treats her right.

This is a story about first loves, heart break, betrayal, and learning what true love looks like. This is a must read!



Michelle Kemper Brownlow has been a storyteller her entire life. Her debut was on the high school cheerleading bus granting requests to re-tell her most embarrassing moments for a gaggle of hysterical squadmates.

Earning her Bachelor’s degree from Penn State University in Art Education and then marrying her very own “Jake,” she moved to Binghamton, NY where she taught high school. After having two children she quit work and finished her Master’s degree in Elementary Education at Binghamton University.

The Brownlow family of four moved to Michelle’s hometown of Morgantown, PA while the children were still quite young. A few years after moving, her family grew by one when they welcomed a baby into their home through the gift of adoption. The family still resides in PA, just miles from where that high school cheer bus was parked.

Michelle has been an artist for as long as she can remember, always choosing pencils and crayons over toys and puzzles. As a freelance illustrator, her simple characters play the starring roles in numerous emergent reader books published by Reading Reading Books.

“Writing is my way of making sense of the world. When I give my characters life on the pages I write, it frees up space in my mind to welcome in new stories that are begging to be told,” says Brownlow





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Michelle Kemper Brownlow said...

Your review brought tears to my eyes! There is nothing better than reading how someone "got" Gracie and although frustrated with her, still wanted the best for her!

Thank you so much for this amazing review! I am thrilled you enjoyed IN TOO DEEP! I am planning for the sequel to be out sometime around Christmas! Keep an eye out! :) Have an amazing day! Thanks for making the first day of my tour AMAZING! :)

jessiel said...

Wow!! I L O V E D your review! Definitely moving this book to the top of my summer TBRs now. Thank you!