The Rules of Engagement (Rulebook, #2)

The Rules of Engagement (Rulebook, #2) Max And Ruby Have Fallen Hard For Each Other After A Bitter Grad School Rivalry Turned First Into Lust, And Then Into Love When The School Year Comes To An End, They Re Faced With A New Challenge A Summer Apart They Make Plans To Visit Each Other, But When Max Comes To Chicago To Meet Ruby S Family, She Brings With Her A Secret In A Small Package An Engagement Ring That She Hopes Will Prove Her Devotion There S Only One Problem Max Has Never Been Good At First Impressions, And She Fits Into Ruby S Family Like A Square Peg In A Round Hole Everything She Says Is Wrong, Ruby S Perfect Ex Girlfriend Keeps Coming Around, And The City Is Exhausting It Even Seems Like Ruby Is Beginning To Question Whether She Has What It Takes To Navigate Life With A Partner On The Autism Spectrum Is Love Enough To Get Them Through The Summer The Rules Of Engagement Is Book 2 In The Rulebook Series It S Recommended To Read These In Order.

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[BOOKS] ✯ The Rules of Engagement (Rulebook, #2)  Author Cara Malone –
  • Kindle Edition
  • 246 pages
  • The Rules of Engagement (Rulebook, #2)
  • Cara Malone
  • English
  • 02 May 2019

10 thoughts on “The Rules of Engagement (Rulebook, #2)

  1. says:

    Excellent Doubts, green eyed monster, challenges, compromises, separation, fear to lose, two totally different familes, first impressions and a romantic heartwarming last chapter What an excellent follow up

  2. says:

    3.5 stars I wasn t as in love with this one as other books by this author I m still not sure how much is story vs my frustration in the format This should not be read as a standalone There wasn t enough rehashing or imagery of the characters for me to be able to jump back on the Max and Ruby train without a review of Book 1 I m a reader that really needs that to get in to the story I often find that the lowest common denominator is the driving force in relationships Here we have not only an extrovert social butterfly mixed with a introvert, but an asperger s introvert Finding balance in any relationship can be difficult, particularly when there are such opposing personality types We see Max feeling insecure Ruby resentful of the social time she is giving up Meeting The Family Then both try to...

  3. says:

    This book was provided to me free of charge, and I am voluntarily reviewing it.Cara Malone has created two very likable and very human characters in Max and Ruby They behave the way people their age do, they jump to conclusions, they make selfish and rash decisions, they throw tantrums, and they break their own hearts What makes the two of them stand out is that, because of the love they have for one another, they break out of their comfort zones and talk what a novel pun intended idea about their issues I like that Ms Malone has chosen to continue with this storyline, because there is a huge learning curve for a character like Max, who is on the autism spectrum and has to learn to somehow get inside this other person s head in order to have a healthy...

  4. says:

    I spend all book suffering for Max and thinking don t do it, Max, don t do it but she did it anyways and it made my heart suffer for a few chapters.I can understand Ruby, it made me relate to a situation in my personal life, but I think that when it comes to your very most love one you make effort after effort and I love how Ruby realize that and she did.Oh boy, the sexy times on Book 1 and 2 are amazing, a billion stars for that and I love how there s another book...

  5. says:

    Fantastic seriesThe continuing story of Max and Ruby s relationship simply affirms my feelings about the characters and story after the first volume The writing is wonderful, with expertly executed pacing and authentic story elements that tug at the heartstrings The chemistry between the two leading ladies is fantastic, though the communication difficulties brou...

  6. says:

    Frustrated with Max s characterI enjoyed the first installment in this series, but I found myself frustrated with Max in the second book It seems as if Ruby is losing her identity Everything is about making Max feel comfortable and that s not how relationships work Ruby was rightfully frustrated at one point, but once again Max s feelings became a priority I wonder if the wedding wi...

  7. says:

    Endearing This is another sweet Cara Malone story I enjoyed this sequel because I liked the characters, especially Max It was touching to see the two of them learn to bend for the other and grow together Max learns to feel secure in their relationship and lesson her jealousy by doing so Ruby learns how much Max truly means to her and ways to make her feel comfortable in social situations I ve read a few of Cara Malone s books, and although they aren t p...

  8. says:

    No Synopsis This is the second book in this series and I liked it much than the first book In this installment, Max and Ruby are on solid footing to a certain degree and we get a better look at how Asperger s Syndrome affects Max on a day to day basis and the complexities it brings to all her relationships I saw a lot of growth in Ruby s character and she was much symp...

  9. says:

    Rocky Roads and Making Up Max visits Ruby s home during the first week of summer Max has a problem adjusting to how rich Ruby s family is and that Ruby s ex shows up with Ruby s sister A stormy summer makes it hard to be separated A wonderful description of surviving separation Recommend.

  10. says:

    Love this continuation of Max and Ruby s storyI enjoy these characters.and their interactions and real to life reactions If life could be easier, that would be great, but that s often not the case They may not handle it well, but they handle it.

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