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Paisley I’m discovering who I am in this world. Venturing out on my own, away from my parents, and finding out what life is really all about. College isn’t as easy as I thought it would be, especially with my best friend Evan becoming someone I hardly recognize.But then I met Gabe. He changed everything. My life will never be the same.GabeI lived my life day to day, waitinPaisley I’m discovering who I am in this world. Venturing out on my own, away from my parents, and finding out what life is really all about. College isn’t as easy as I thought it would be, especially with my best friend Evan becoming someone I hardly recognize.But then I met Gabe. He changed everything. My life will never be the same.GabeI lived my life day to day, waiting for something great to happen. Then she walked into the coffee house, with her long legs and killer smile. I had to know her. Nothing was going to stop me. She hypnotized me from the moment I laid eyes on her.And after the first kiss, my fate was sealed to Paisley.Content Warning: This book is recommended for ages 17 and up. Adult situations, including sex, underage drinking, and drugs will be found within these pages....

Title : Hypnotized
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ISBN : 21480499
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 560 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Hypnotized Reviews

  • Chris Bails
    2019-03-10 17:43

    Lacey Wolfe wrote another great book. I loved this one and can't wait for more. This is a story about Paisley, who has just graduated from High School and getting ready to start college. She is moving into her first place away from her family and very excited to spread her wings. Her best friend Evan is also going to the same school as Paisley and has been acting weird. Something is going on with him, he seems to be changing and she is also not a big fan of his roommate. Her other best friend Kristy has gone away to college also, but much father away in Florida. Paisley is out exploring the town and comes across a cute little coffee shop and goes in. She instantly feels like someone is watching her, she turns and sees him, and can't look away.Gabe is a tattoo artist & helps his family run their coffee shop. He also helps take care of his little brother, so he is very busy. Gabe is intrigued by this new girl and does not know what to do about it. Gabe has a reputation for innocent girls or so the rumor states, and Paisley is definitely innocent. Paisley is scared of getting hurt and her friends are also worried about her. Gabe is upset cause the rumors are not true and he truly does care for Paisley. This was such great story of young first love and I can't wait for more. I love the characters and loved the secondary characters also. I definitely would love to see more. A story for Kristy would be awesome and for sure want to see more about Evan and the girl that he falls for.

  • Amanda
    2019-03-13 18:34

    I went into this book thinking I wasn't going to like it as I am not really a fan of young adult books but this changed my mind completely! I guess anything written by Lacey Wolfe is amazing. Paisley is a "good girl" and I seemed to relate to her a lot in this book. Concentrate on grades, doing well in school, pleasing parents, not drinking or doing drugs and not one to enjoy the high school or college parties. When Paisley finally moves out on her own and goes to college she has a hard time trying to change and be what he friends want her to be. Gabe was the "bad boy" and has a nasty rumor being spread around about him and the girls he tends to date. When he sees Presley for the first time something changes and he wants to be a better man and wants to change his ways. Paisleys friends don't like Gabe and they try and keep them apart but nothing seems to work. The bad boy and good girl just are drawn to one another. I really liked reading and seeing the characters grow and change for the better in this book. This isn't just a young adult book but one that most any adult will enjoy. Laceys way with words just seem to pull you in and feel like you are part of the story.

  • LeeAnne
    2019-03-02 19:38

    Another fantastic read from Lacey Wolfe. I couldn't put this book down and definitely didn't want it to end! It has everything you could ask for in a great romance - sexy biker boy, pretty girl, instant attraction, desire, and some hot, sexy fun. I love the way it was written every other chapter from the two main charcters point of view. It's almost like getting two books in one! Such a sweet story with that "happily ever after" type ending - I'm assuming there will be a second book because it does leave you hangin' a bit on the "boy best friend" front. I can't wait!!

  • Angie
    2019-03-02 20:26

    This book was not what I expected. It was so much better than the blurb. Gabe was so different than the way his old friends portrayed him. Paisley was so sweet and seemed to grow up a lot in a short amount of time. I liked watching Gabe and Paisley work through the beginnings of a new romance and dealing with people wanting to break them up. I really enjoyed this book!

  • GypsyBelle
    2019-03-19 18:25

    What a great story, sweet, sexy and loveable characters. Wonderful story about first loves. Took me back to my first love. Lacey Wolfe is a great author and I can't wait to read more from her!

  • Honest B*tches Book Reviews - Leah
    2019-03-15 17:36

    Likes:It's short. The sex scenes were okay. That's all really.Dislikes:It is told in first person dual point of views, which I usually like. In this case, it didn't work. There was no difference between Paisley's voice and Gabe's, they sounded exactly the same.It was repetitive. The same words and phrases were used over and over, sometimes several times on the same page. Here are a few that stuck out, there are others:Adult: 13 timesInnocent: 22 timesCherry Popper: 7 timesGiggle/Giggled: 30 timesThis brings me to my next issue. This is a New Adult novel. The author makes a statement in the beginning about how it is their first one. The further I read, I started to see it as a pre-emptive apology. It kept getting thrown in your face. Instead of showing it through the story, you were reminded over and over again by the dialogue and narration. On 6 separate occasions we're told Paisley is 18 years old. She's young, we get it.If Paisley wasn't complaining, or gushing about how great it is to be in her first "adult relationship", she was sucking in her bottom lip or giggling. There was no growth for her character. We're meant to see her as the sweet, innocent, goody two-shoes, push-over of a virgin who suddenly grows a backbone. Except that she doesn't, she just says she does but then never proves it with her actions.As for "bad boy" Gabe, he wasn't bad in even the slightest way. Sure he rides a motorcycle and is a tattoo artist, but it seemed too convenient to throw that in there as a stereotype. We learn he was into drugs and alcohol in the past, but now he's too perfect to make it believable. Everything about him is sugar-coated. He's supposed to have had a bad childhood yet he caters to his parents now. Mentioning he was a writer added no value to the story. There were so many ways to show depth to his character, to explore his past, but it was all glossed over. He had potential to be the reformed bad boy most girls crave, but it turned out to be a missed opportunity.There were also quite a few typos. This had so many that after a while I started making a list (many of them are repeat offenses). There were also missing words here and there. Maybe another proofread wouldn't hurt.The dialogue is clunky and not age appropriate. Nobody that young talks that way. In fact, most full grown adults don't talk like that. Too proper and awkward. And text messages in full sentences isn't realistic.All of the drama in this book was superficial and contrived. From the "big mistake" at the party, to plotting with the ex to keep the other love interest away. It was like the author meshed together every single New Adult plot she'd ever read and threw them in just for angst but didn't resolve anything.Additional notes: I had a hard time following the timeline on this one, but maybe that's just me. There were also parts of the book that I felt were unnecessary if they weren't going to be explored further, like Gabe's relationship with his parents. I felt like these were added as filler when they could've added so much to the plot.

  • Nancy Wolfe
    2019-03-10 21:54

    I was gifted a copy of this book by the author.Hypnotized by Lacey Wolfe is a great story of young first love. The characters were great and the emotions shown by them make this a wonderful love story for any age to read.The book is about Paisley, who has just graduated from High School and getting ready to start college. She is finally making the move to her first apartment away from her family. Getting her own place seems exciting and also a little scaring being away from home for the first time. Her best friend, Evan is also going to the same school as Paisley and has started acting weird. Something is going on with him, he seems to be changing and she is concerned about him and doesn’t like his roommate. Her other best friend Kristy has gone away to college also, but much farther away in Florida. Paisley is exploring the town and finds as little coffee shop and goes inside. She instantly feels like someone is watching her, she turns and sees him, and can't look away.Gabe is a tattoo artist & helps his family run their coffee shop. He also helps take care of his little brother, so he is very busy. Gabe is hypnotized by Paisley from the first time he sees her. She intrigues him and he does not know what to do about it. Gabe has a reputation as a bad boy who apparently seduces innocent girls or so the rumor has it and Paisley is definitely innocent. Paisley is scared of getting hurt and her friends are also worried about her. Gabe is upset because the rumors are not true and he truly does care for Paisley. She loves to be with him and ride his motorcycle. Evan dislikes Gabe very much and warns her that he is using her to get what he wants.The situation with Evan escalates when he starts taking drugs and his drinking gets out of hand. In addition, Evan has a thing for Paisley and wants her to be his girl. He resents Gabe for being with her. This causes problems in their relationship. Paisley is so worried about him that she tells her parents. Evan parents learn about his behavior and he is very upset with Paisley for telling on him. Evan ends up returning home and Paisley is left without him.The relationship between Gabe and Paisley has deepened and their love is consummated. This is a very emotional coming of age love story and it left me wanting to see what happens next in their lives. I would recommend this book to anyone who loves Young Adult romances or those who feel young at heart.

  • Nikki Barrett
    2019-03-16 20:50

    Paisley is a shy girl, not in the party scene and just turned 18. She's just learning to spread her wings, get her own place, and live a little. Her best friend Evan has had his highs and lows, and her friend Kristy keeps convincing her to liven up a little and party....Hypnotized is the story of first loves. Paisley is a good character, and there were many ways I could see a younger version of myself in her. I like that she doesn't fully give into the pressure of parties and other things. She meets Gabe, who seems to have a bit of a reputation, but as we learn more about him, readers see that he's so much more. He helps Paisley to "live a little" but not in a crazy way. At first, they try to stay away from the other, but stronger feelings take over.Hypnotized is about first loves, finding yourself, and new chances. It's light, easy, and flows well and just what I needed. I do hope there's more stories coming within these characters so we can learn about the secondary characters that played a role in this book.

  • Amy
    2019-02-28 16:40

    As always, I aim to give an honest review, without giving away any spoilers of the story ;) "Hypnotized", by author Lacey Wolfe I have to get right to the point and let it be known that I really enjoyed this book. A story about infatuation, lust, love, learning to be independent, friendship, heartache, upset, euphoria, weighing right from wrong, dealing with peer pressure, confusion... Lacey quite excellently wrote a lot of story and plot into this wonderful book. Paisley and Gabe seem different, and reading and learning about them, both separately and together, was very enjoyable. Paisley is the sweet "innocent" girl.Gabe is the "dangerous" boy.Or are they...? I read this book in one day, because once I started it, I had to keep going-- I needed to know what happened next!For an enjoyable read, I highly recommend this story.

  • Ashley
    2019-03-19 23:25

    I had to wait for like a week to write this review it was so good. I finished this book in about five hours while at work (so I had to keep stop reading which was irritating). I couldn't stop reading and I say this about every single book Lacey writes but this is the best one yet. Lacey weaves a tale that includes love, friendship, starting school, and even a drug issue. I love Paisley's story. She is a girl who is about to leave home for the first time and try the college experience. She meets a guy and she falls hard and fast for him. But she also has to deal with the realization that her best friend is going down the path of starting to use drugs and the fact that he seems to have fallen for her. I want to read more about these characters. I fell hard for them and this little college town. This is Lacey's first New Adult book and it is AMAZING!!!Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

  • Gina
    2019-03-09 16:41

    It was a sweet read, the synopsis makes it sound different than it actually it. Paisley meets Gabe before she ever even starts college. And there is really none of Gabe's back story even though it's alluded to throughout the story.

  • Autumn ♥
    2019-03-07 18:46

    It wasn't the best book I've read, but it was still enjoyable.. :)

  • Chanpreet
    2019-03-03 18:40

    Full review to come tomorrow!