vendredi 15 janvier 2016

Trust in Me - J. L Armentrout

Titre Original : Wait for you, tome 1,5 : Trust in me
Auteur : Jennifer L. Armentrout
2nde lecture en VO

Résumé :

"Jeu de patience", comme vous l'avez jamais vu. "Trust in me" vous permet de revivre Jeu de Patience, mais du point de vue de Cam.

Mon Avis :

J'ai terminé ce livre hier, et je ne m'en suis toujours pas remise.
Si vous avez aimé Jeu de patience, et que vous lisez en VO, alors je ne peux que vous conseiller "Trust in me". bien que je débute en lecture VO, je peux vous dire que j'ai franchement super aimé ma lecture.. Tellement, que je pense préférer cette histoire du point de vue de Cam que du point de vue de Avery.. Bon heureusement, je connaissais déjà d'Avery, donc ça aide à ne pas la détester... Parce que je dois vous avouer, qu'en lisant les pensées de Cam, bien souvent j'ai eu de la peine pour lui, vraiment, et parfois même, j'avais envie de frapper Avery.. Mais en y réfléchissant, ce point de vue nous montre encore plus à quel point Cam a été patient...
En fait, je ne comprends vraiment pas pourquoi les éditions J'ai lu ne sortent pas ce livre en France ! Car ce n'est pas juste une revisite de Jeu de patience, ce n'est pas juste quelques passages revisités mais vraiment toute la vie de Cam durant toute la période de Jeu de patience... On en apprend plus sur certains personnages secondaires aussi, et j'ai vraiment beaucoup aimé la famille de Cam... Je ne veux pas trop en dire pour ceux qui n'ont pas encore lu le livre, mais en même temps je ne peux pas passer à côté de la présence de Jase. Jase c'est le meilleur ami de Cam, qui est le personnage masculin de Jeu d'innocence, et vraiment, avoir appris à le connaître dans ce tome-ci m'a donné vraiment envie de relire Jeu d'innocence... Car à ma première lecture, je ne le connaissais pas du tout (il est quasi invisible dans Jeu de Patience) .. Et puis on a aussi Brittany (l'amie de Avery).. Un passage m'a vraiment fait sourire dans Trust in me, et je m'suis dit: "waw, quelle amie ! J'veux la même". Le père aussi de Cam, est super sympa...
Bref, tout ça pour dire, que vraiment, je suis super déçue que ce livre ne paraisse pas en France, et hyper heureuse de m'être lancée dans la VO, juste pour avoir eu le plaisir de découvrir un Cam encore plus craquant (et franchement, la barre était haute déjà avec Jeu de patience !)

En conclusion : Un coup de cœur !!

Ma Note : 19/20

Extraits :
« A couple of minutes passed and then I said, “I asked her out.”
Jase didn’t look that interested. “Okay.”
“She turned me down.”
His head swung toward me, his dove-gray eyes sparkling with interest. “What?”
“Yep.” I fell back into the couch, grinning. “Turned me down flat.”
Leaning onto the arm of the couch, Jase laughed so hard I think he hurt his stomach. “I like this girl.”
“So do I,” I said, sighing. “So do I. »

« That’s not a date with me, sweetheart.”
I laughed. “I’d take you out, like out in public. This is just two friends hanging out, watching a movie and eating food.”
Her lips formed a tight line as she looked away. Several moments passed, and I steeled myself for yet another rejection.
For some reason, if she said no to this, it would sting worse than the others. I didn’t know why, but if I couldn’t get her to do this, I was really going to have to reevaluate what the hell I was doing.

Shortcake sighed. “Yeah, sure. Come over.”

Holy shit? She said yes? I had to force myself to play cool, because I was about to fist pump the sky.»

« He didn’t immediately respond. “You’re right. I don’t understand how this girl is leading you around by your dick. Have you ever considered that’s she playing you, for some fucked-up reason?”
I whirled on him, hands clenching into fists. If he hadn’t been my closest friend, the one to pull my head out of my ass when I was on home confinement, I would’ve broken his jaw. I took several deep breaths before replying. “She’s not like that, Jase. I know that’s hard for you to believe. I get it. You’ve been screwed over in a way I can’t even begin to fathom, but she is not like that.”
Shaking his head, Jase turned and leaned against the closed door. “That’s what every guy says before they are royally fucked over.”
“Avery is different,” I told him, pulling out my cell again. No response. A ball of unease formed in my stomach. “You don’t know her like I do. You don’t know her at all.”
He stared at me as he scrubbed a palm over his jaw. “I don’t know you right now.”
I didn’t know how to respond to that.
“What is it about her?” he asked, sounding like he truly wanted to understand the attraction I could barely figure out.
“She’s not like any other girl you’ve gone out with. She’s fucking awkward as hell and quiet. She’s pretty, but—”
“She’s fucking beautiful,” I cut in, daring him to disagree.
He didn’t. “Is she worth this?”
“Yes,” I said, glancing at my phone again. Still nothing. “Yes, she is, and I need to make sure she’s
“I’m leaving this room right this fucking second and you’re not going to stop me.” When Jase didn’t move, I cursed under my breath and reminded myself that he was only doing this because he was my
friend. “I’m not going to go beat the shit out of someone. I’m going to go find Avery. That’s all I care
about right now.”
Jase looked away, a muscle flexing in his jaw and then he shook his head. “I’m sure she’s okay,
“You don’t . . .” I paused, rubbing a spot on my chest as the white walls in the room seemed to blur.
My chest constricted. “You don’t understand, Jase. I think . . . I think something happened to her before. »

"You mean everything to me."
I stared at the message for probably what was too long. My heart was pounding and warmth flooded my veins- I smiled like I'd just been handed a million dolars. And that was before i even saw the tickets.

« You don’t trust me.”
She followed me, trailing the thick comforter behind her.
“Stop it.” I grabbed my sweater off the floor and turned to her. “I don’t know what else to do and I know I don’t know everything in the world, but I do know that relationships don’t work this way.”
“What are you saying?” Her voice shook, and I steeled myself against it.
“What do you think I’m saying, Avery? There are some obvious issues with you, and no, don’t fucking look at me like I kicked your puppy. Do you think I’d break up with you because of whatever
 the hell went on with you? Just like you thought I’d think differently of you when I saw the scar on
 your wrist? I know you think that and that’s bullshit.” I sucked in a breath as raw pain hit me in the
 chest. The next words hurt. “How can there be any future for us if you can’t be honest with me? If you can’t really trust that how I feel about you is strong enough, then we have nothing. This is the shit that ends relationships. Not the past, Avery, but the present.”
“Cam, please—”
“No more, Avery. I told you before. All I asked from you was to trust me and not shut me out.” I forced myself to walk to the door. “And you don’t trust me and you shut me out again.”
I closed the door behind me, ignoring the burn building up my throat. The one thing I’d asked from Avery was the one thing she couldn’t give me. Nothing, not even love, would work without trust.

It was over.

J'essaierai de mettre plus tard d'autres extraits...

2 commentaires:

  1. Encore moi!!
    Bon sang de bois, est-ce possible de craquer encore plus pour Cam?? Apparemment oui! Il faut que je le lise mais ça me fait peur car en lisant les extraits ben je me dit que c'est pas gagné !!

    1. nan mais en lisant le livre, tu es plus dedans le livre, dans l'histoire c'est plus facile à comprendre ce que tu lis.. là en relisant les extraits j'ai du mal à comprendre aussi sec.. mais en lisant le livre ca se lisait tout facile ;)


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