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If You Knew Jack

If You Knew Jack Sequel to You Don t Know Jack Jack Carlisle has returned to the Center after an assignment designed to push him to the edge of his limits and beyond He is given just a few short days to get used to a

  • Title: If You Knew Jack
  • Author: M.C. Lee
  • ISBN: 9781632166906
  • Page: 463
  • Format: ebook
  • Sequel to You Don t Know Jack Jack Carlisle has returned to the Center after an assignment designed to push him to the edge of his limits and beyond He is given just a few short days to get used to a new identity and a new team He s been trained to assume a new identity, but working with a new team is difficult, especially since it throws him back in the path of LeoSequel to You Don t Know Jack Jack Carlisle has returned to the Center after an assignment designed to push him to the edge of his limits and beyond He is given just a few short days to get used to a new identity and a new team He s been trained to assume a new identity, but working with a new team is difficult, especially since it throws him back in the path of Leo McCormack, the boy who stole Jack s heart and handed it back broken into tiny pieces With Jack Carlisle dead and Jack Cross reborn comes a new mission Jack Cross and his team are sent undercover to Forbes Academy, an elite boys school in rural Connecticut Here they must protect Adam and Sam North, whose lives are threatened by an unknown source Jack s training never prepared him to deal with the animosity he still feels toward Leo, but he knows the only way to figure out the cause of the danger in time to save Adam and Sam is to work together.

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    1. I’ve to admit, this installment is much more dynamic in terms of characterization but it stopped there. Jack is basically a ‘robot’ slave here. He’s not allowed to do anything without the center’s permission. It’s ridiculous. I couldn’t even bring myself to sympathize with his plight if I’m being honest because Jack is no way rebellious and doesn’t even do a thing to change his situation. He’s a puppet through and through. The side characters (the ones from the Center aren’ [...]

    2. This book was so frustrating, I almost can’t believe I enjoyed it as much as I did. There were times while I was reading I almost wanted to scream at the top of my lungs because I was getting frustrated. It wasn’t with the story… No, the mystery element is amazing and I love that it’s YA, too, because I’ve never read anything like this before. It was more the romance part for me that left me wanting to scream.The romance in this isn’t the main focus. Anyone who reads this should not [...]

    3. So, I've just read this for the second time and it still was all kinds of cool and fun and heartbreaking!Let me tell you something; I love this book.I don't know what it is about Jack's story, but I absolutely love it. It's one of those stories that grabbed me from the first page. I enjoyed every second of it. The heartache from the ending of the first book continued, and I felt torn up and twisted inside out. All the unfairness of his life is so frustrating! It's not a dark, angsty read by all [...]

    4. 2.5 is my rating. The book is well written and I like Jack, he's a good guy. I also like Leo, tho I wouldn't be able to be with him if I was in Jack's place since trust is so important for me personally in a relationship, but I can still see that Leo does care for Jack.The problems I have with this book is it was so frustrating. Jack is emotionally, psychologically, and physically abused by the Centre and is forced to work for it as a SLAVE in my opinion. He wasn't given a choice to work for the [...]

    5. My feelings on YA books is fast turning around thanks to authors like this.This is an extremely well written exciting story full of drama and a little angst. Its hard to review these stories without spoilering them but I'll try.This book takes up just where book one left off. Jack is struggling to come to terms with what he has learnt when he is immediately thrust into another assignment . Throughout this story we see Jack fight his feelings and we feel the insecurities he is left with. We also [...]

    6. It hurt. I read this one constantly feeling choked by the unfairness of everything Jack faced. And I hate Baxter with all my heart

    7. I LOVE this series. I hope there are a million of these books. I have no idea when the next one is due out, but I want it now.Very good follow-up--just as good as book 1, I think. We pick up pretty much right after the end of that one, so we don't lose any of the anger or awkwardness or all of the million other things that Jack feels in the aftermath of finding out about Leo. I would have freakin' loved these books when I was in high school--all the mystery and intrigue and secrets. I would have [...]

    8. If You knew Jack is the second book of three and I absolutely loved the first book so I was looking forward to this one. I didn’t adore quite as much as the first but it was still an amazing tale.Jack is kind of like a teenage James Bond, which is why I was drawn to the series. In the first book he met and was hurt by fellow operative, Leo McCormack. But their jobs and assignments brings them back together. There are still sparks between them but Jack is quite ready to forgive and forget.One o [...]

    9. If You Knew Jack, the second book in MC Lee’s “The Center” series, finds Jack and frenemy Leo McCormack going undercover at Forbes Academy in order to protect brothers from an unknown threat.While I felt the first book in this series was mostly setup for the rest of the series, this book picks up the action a bit earlier in the book. Jack, now going as Jack Cross, isn’t so eager to have Leo as his partner on the case but soon realizes his feelings for Leo aren’t going to go away just b [...]

    10. **** 4.5 stars ****Awesome series. You Don't Know Jack knocked the stuffing out of me, and it took me two months to be ready to pick up Book 2. But once I did I was instantly transported back to the same heart-wrenched state Book 1 left me in. The dissonance between the story's content and its prose style is part of what makes these books special. The writing is direct and unadorned. Plain. Straightforward. Innocuous. As if these books are saying: "La-di-da-di-da, move along folks, nothing to se [...]

    11. 3.75 Stars rounded up. I gave the first book You Don't Know Jack 3.5 stars rounded down because of the abrupt ending. The ending on this one is more satisfying but still leaves questions I wish had been resolved with over 400 pages between the two books. Hopefully there will be another installment that will resolve the issues between the two MC's so we can get to some good spy stuff.

    12. Excellent series. Couldn't put down book 1 or 2. Had to read them back to back. I can't wait to read the next one.Of course, I have a few questions, like, why can't he just quit/escape the Center. They are all psychopath bastards that don't care about him. Why does he just accept everything? I'm glad that the abuse to him 'his punishment' is off page. Couldn't loathe the Center more. An item in my wish list for this series is a female character that is not a total bitch.Love Leo and Jack. Can't [...]

    13. The center angers me. Leo angers me. Sean, Matt and all the center arseholes piss me off. Jack frustrated me. But I'm sort of in love with him.Damn you!

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