Echo can’t remember what happen the night she received the horrible scars on her arms, in fact, she can’t remember the whole day, and nobody will tell her. Two years ago she was popular, then her world fell apart, now she's considered a freak by everyone at school.
Noah’s been labeled emotionally unstable since he punched his first foster dad. Going from one foster family to another after his parents died, his experiences haven’t been good ones. Now he’s trying to get his act together so he can get custody of his little brothers after he graduates.
When their clinical social worker asks Echo to tutor Noah, did she know that’s just what they needed - each other? The attraction between the two is intense, but Echo can’t be seen with him, not if she wants to get back to ‘normal’. Her best friends want her to start hanging out with them again, Luke wants to date again, she has a chance to get her life back. But if she’s seen with Noah she can kiss her chance to be popular again goodbye. At the same time, Noah is the only one that understands her.
Noah is a hottie, bad boy! He has a reputation as a stoner and only interested in one-night stands. He’s never felt for anyone the way he feels for Echo. He will do anything for her. I love how protective he is of Echo.
This book is written between Echo’s point-of-view and Noah’s. I loved that each character has his own font, making it easy to tell which POV the story is coming from. Whole chapters are told from one POV with that person's name as the chapter title. I really liked the flow of this story.
I highly recommend Pushing the Limits! It's an edgy, emotional romance! Make sure you have some tissues handy for this one!
**Warning for some strong language.**
5 out of 5 stars!
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