Slow Twitch

Slow Twitch Summer scatters three friends ties them back together and makes them question who they have been and who they want to be in the future Brenna expected to soak up the knowledge of great Irish writers

  • Title: Slow Twitch
  • Author: Liz Reinhardt
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  • Page: 443
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  • Summer scatters three friends, ties them back together, and makes them question who they have been and who they want to be in the future.Brenna expected to soak up the knowledge of great Irish writers at her summer workshop in Dublin But there are some things even the best books can t teach you, and a passionate new friend and an old familiar full of surprises challenge BSummer scatters three friends, ties them back together, and makes them question who they have been and who they want to be in the future.Brenna expected to soak up the knowledge of great Irish writers at her summer workshop in Dublin But there are some things even the best books can t teach you, and a passionate new friend and an old familiar full of surprises challenge Brenna to follow her heart By the time she s back in the States, she can t wait to throw herself back into Jake s arms and tell him exactly what he means to her.She puts the brakes on that plan when it becomes clear that Jake may not be ready to shoulder any He visits his family s palatial home in the mountains of New York, and is exposed to all the possibilities a life surrounded by his pampered relatives and washed in money would hold for him But is it possible to accept so much and not change who you are Jake has to face the reality that changing sometimes means losing thingsbut how much is he willing to put on the line Saxon has been thrust into a life of drudgery and indentured service he never dreamed of after a brush with the law puts him on family enforced probation Who would have thought Sussex County s resident bad ass layabout would fall head over heels in love with a girl, an elderly aunt, and a shot at a whole new life The problem is, he s a Maclean to his marrow, and it s in his blood to be a selfish screw up Isn t it Brenna, Jake, and Saxon spend one summer growing up, working things out, and doing their best to weather the changes that get thrown their way But can the love and friendships of one amazing summer last through the ups and downs of the coming years Slow Twitch is book number three in the Brenna Blixen series Book one is Double Clutch, and book two is Junk Miles All books in this series are YA Mature Slow Twitch contains sex, drug references, alcohol consumption, and swearing It is intended for mature or older readers.

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    1. Liz Reinhardt

      Liz Reinhardt is a perpetually homesick NJ native who migrated to the deep South a decade ago with her funny kid, motor head husband, and growing pack of mutts She s a fanatical book lover with no reading prejudices and a wide range of genre loves, but her heart will always skip a beat for YA In her spare time she likes to listen to corny jokes her kid reads to her from ice pop sticks, watch her husband get dirty working on cars, travel whenever she can scrape together a few bucks, and gab on the phone incessantly with her bestie, writer Steph Campbell She likes Raisinets even if they aren t real candy, the Oxford comma even though it s nerdy, and airports even when her plane is delayed When she isn t writing, Liz Reinhardt teaches a fantastic group of diverse 8th graders in Savannah, GA Rebels Like Us, her latest YA novel, is full of hot kisses, angst, homesickness, and laughs that are almost as good as the ones that come from the stick of a melty ice pop.

    125 thoughts on “Slow Twitch”

    1. Have you ever wanted to be in what I like to call “Book Coma”?? I’ve wished for it several times. It’s pretty simple. I’d write down some of my most Favorite, all time novels. Book coma would hit. I’d grab my “Book coma list” and discovery the glory of reading my favorite books/series all over again.On my Book Coma Worthy List Brenna Blixen Series would be amongst them. At the top. I had a feeling about this book. And that was why I stalked Liz Reinhardt’s FB author page for up [...]


    2. Very sweet ending to an incredible series! Brenna, Jake, and Saxon have grown tremendously throughout these books and have formed a bond with one another that's not always harmonious, but remains unbreakable, nonetheless.  Slow Twitch is told in the alternating perspectives of Brenna, Jake, and Saxon, and I completely loved being able to delve inside the heads of these characters that I've grown to adore and admire. This was an emotional, loving, fun, sexy, and inspiring  journey that conclude [...]


    3. Adored this book! All the things I'd hoped for in the previous two books (which I also loved) happened in this book. I've always been torn between Saxon and Jake but WOW. All I can say is read it. If you haven't read Double Clutch and Junk Miles yet READ THEM first. Fantastic series.


    4. Briefly: I enjoyed this, even though the story meandered quite a bit. I was surprised by how smooth the transitions were between Brenna, Saxon's, and Jake's POVs, and it was kind of fun to be in the boys' heads for once. I wasn't so crazy about all the "Brenna is so hot" comments again and again though, and I do think poor Jake gets the short end of the stick a bit, since he isn't given that much to do and Saxon's story is so much more interesting. Rambling thoughts: I like the new friend, even [...]


    5. Going to keep this one short as well.I've just finished Slow Twitch, and it was amazing! Not only do we still read from Brenna's point of view, but we get to be inside Saxon's AND Jake's head! It was just completely amazing that I'm still in complete awe about the whole book.I honestly didn't think it was possible to love these three characters more, but its true. I love them. I loved every moment of reading this book. My favourite moments where reading from Saxon's and Jake's heads. We see a co [...]


    6. Brenna and Jake are still hopelessly in Love.<3 She wants to take the next step in the relationship. Yep lose theBIG V Jake doesn’t want too. He’s past still haunts him too much. Brenna is off to Ireland for a writing course for a few weeks. She makes great new friends there. Her writing has never been better. She writes a poem that can cause Serious problems with her and Jake. Jake however is off to spend some time with his real Dad and his family. Who is ridiculously loaded. Will the mo [...]


    7. More of my reviews at obsessionwithbooksWowza!! The Brenna Blixen series isn’t one I ever expected to love because I am so anti love-triangles and it focuses on three teens thrown together and Brenna’s love for two boys who happen to be brothers.In Slow Twitch we see Brenna spending her summer at a writers workshop in Ireland, Saxon on family-enforced probation and Jake getting to know the wealthy Mclean side of his family, namely his father who abandoned him and Saxon as children.A lot happ [...]


    8. Wow! What a journey. I adore Saxon, Jake, and Brenna. If this is really the last book, I have to say I'm sad and I'm going to miss them but I don't know how much more my heart could take anyway.I was pretty nervous/skeptical going into this book. Double Clutch was so good, so sweet and everything I love about a high school romance story. Surprisingly, the love triangle did not bother me. Junk Miles, however, fell into the dreaded book 2 curse. I did not hate it but I did not love it like Double [...]


    9. What to say about this book? I am not sure how I feel about it,do I like it,or not? One thing is certain,there is a lot of action in the bedroom. *wink* Also Saxon is a changed man. Hallelujah! I still love Jake more. It's not as good as the first but it's better than the second. So I give it 3 stars.


    10. After all the chaos I endured through theother two books, this one feels calm andlike everything is falling into place for them.It was like the moment when a roller coaster comes toa stop and your coming down from the high of the ride.Loved it. Love the new Saxon. :)


    11. I wavered between 3 and 4 stars here. I might change my mind. The character of Jake is 5 stars. I loved Jake in all the booksjust wished he had more confidence in himself and saw how great he was. Gotta love a reformed bad boy and one as adorable and sweet and loving as him. What this book has in its favor and why I struggle between a 3 and a 4 is that I loved getting Jake's and Saxon's POV. It was nice being in their heads as being in Brenna's was exhausted and left me feeling a bit burnt out.B [...]


    12. 5 STARSI almost forget how much fun to read such a good YA book until this kind of book comes along.I finished reading this book with a huge grin on my face and feel a bit younger This book is forever on my TBR since the disappointing Junk Mails when Brenna turned into someone who really different from Brenna I loved from Double Clutch.I was afraid that this book became such a typical love triangle story with the betrayal and whinny teenagers but guess what I was totally WRONG!!!I loved this boo [...]


    13. After Junk Miles I was dying to know what would happen with 3 of my favorite characters! Especially Saxon. I enjoyed how this book gave Brenna, Jake and Saxon's point of view. While I went back and forth between who Brenna should be with during the first book, by the second book I knew Jake was the one for her. However I still wanted something amazingly steamy to happen with Saxon for some reason. Book 2 closed that down for him. I love how he went on to Aunt Helen's and became "reformed". I lov [...]


    14. Liz Reinhardt is amazing, there's no question about that!! I loved the first 2 books in this series, but somehow, Liz managed to surpass these with Slow Twitch!! I couldn't put it down. I LOVED everything about this book, we get to hear the voices of Jake and Saxon as well as Brenna's. This was so refreshing and being inside the lads heads made me feel completely emotionally connected to the characters and the story line!!Jake and Saxon went through a bit of a role reversal which strengthened th [...]


    15. I need to comment on the cover- who is this supposed to be? Not Jake! And definitely not Saxon. Anyway - finally the suspense is over and the boys find their girls and all is well in the world! Jake is still a little unsure of his relationship and has jealousy issues with B and Saxon, which IMHO is not attractivebut I do love a moto cross boy! Saxon gives up his wild ways for the girl he falls for (which seemed to happen a little too quick) till the very end and he ends up drunk and what could t [...]


    16. Spoiler Free Review 4 STARS Genre: Mature YASetting: Ireland, New York and New Jersey"I'm in love. Twice. It's not a love that divides fifty-fifty. It's not a love that's split between good and bad, safe and dangerous, real and imaginary. It's all mixed up, confused, good, bad and ugly love times two, and it's all mine" -Brenna in Slow TwitchWOW! I loved this book. Awesome job Liz Reinhardt!! I get the feeling a book 4 will be coming i hope it's soon! In Slow Twitch we get 3 POV'S from Brenna ou [...]


    17. I was charmed by Brenna in Double Clutch. She impressed me with her head on her shoulders, her feet solidly planted on the ground. So I was completely taken aback with the turn of events in BOOK TWO. I recall feeling her that reasons were a cop out to getting what she wanted at the expense of another. Now, a couple of moths later, I’m happy to report that SLOW TWITCH brings back a little of my admiration for her in DC. So Slow Twitch might not be as good as book one but it’s a far cry better [...]


    18. Overall I loved this series! Took me back to y high school days and I can definitely relate. I'd love to find out where they are all in the future, but this journey was definitely worth the read.


    19. I don't know what to say about this one. I liked the change in Saxon, but I liked the bad boy from the beginning. I got weird feelings about this one. I can't put my finger on it. I will probably read the next one. Loved the first two books, this one is so so.


    20. I give this book 4 mushy stars. Fans of this series will be content with this final book in the series. Although not as good as the first two,, I love these characters and am so sad that their stories are over (perhaps a spin off for Saxon is on Liz's to write lists? :). I know she will be writing a spin off following Evan Lennox's character - who Brenna met in and became best friends with in Ireland in this installment). This book was wonderful, and felt like an old friend. In fact, I hugged my [...]


    21. I'm not sure if this is the last book in this series, but it could be, and if so it would work, despite a lack of complete and utter closure on all fronts. Because the bits of uncertainty, of a HFN rather than locked-in HEA, are true to life and true to seventeen-year-old-ness of these characters. In this installment we get Jake and Saxon's POVs in addition to Brenna's, and while it might seem disjointed to some, especially considering that these three characters are in different places for much [...]


    22. 4 stars out of 5It took me a freaking week but I finally finished this book. Even though I really enjoyed reading it, I can't say it was my favorite book of the trilogy. I guess I was kind of confused by some things and also disappointed.So Slow Twitch is told by the three main characters' POV. So after doing drugs, getting drunk almost everyday and wrecking his life, Saxon will be spending his summer out of the city in his aunt Helen's house, working in a diner. Helpless and fucked up, Saxon me [...]


    23. #3 and it does NOT disappoint! I read all three books in 4 days because I literally could not get enough of the characters. First two books I was very wishy washy on whether I was "Team Jake" or "Team Saxon" and it just happens that when I read the essay that Brenna wrote I could completely understand where she stood. Love twice over. Exactly what I could see her feeling, but regardless her love for Jake was/is so evident. Young love is so exciting and reminds those of us that aren't in high sch [...]


    24. This book is a little different than the first two that Ms Reinhardt has written and I have to admit that at times I liked it and times I didn't. This third installment is written in all three main characters, Brenns, Jake and Saxons POV. I liked this book- maybe not quite as much as one and two but simply because I feel like it ended abruptly and I feel somewhat at a loss because so many things are left up in the air. I really hope that she is planning a fourth book but so far have not found an [...]


    25. I'm done. I want to cry. Somehow I managed to get completely addicted to these characters and now that it's over I feel empty and sad. These books were the ultimate guilty pleasure for me and I loved every minute of it. I wasn't thrilled that this book was told from all 3 points of view, but I get it. I get why Liz did it. The thing I loved most about this series was how we saw Brenna grow. Her voice in this book is so different from Double Clutch. It reminds me of the Jenny Han summer series. B [...]


    26. Hmm where to start The structure of the book. Instead of being only Brenna's POV, we got inside the minds of Saxon and Jake as well.Did I like that?No and hell noWhy?Jake was portrayed as a quietly confident, smart guy in the previous two books but here, when listening in, the author made him simple and that really disappointed meSaxon was everything you expect - crass, honest and cocky.Then there was Brenna's friend Evan. Likeable but urgh, only in small doses pleaseI almost put the book down [...]



    27. Read this and other reviews at Madison Says.Slow Twitch is the third book in Liz Reinhardt’s Brenna Blixen series – and it’s beyond amazing. For starters, this book is written from 3 different perspectives. Thank you baby Jesus, we finally get into the heads of Saxon and Jake, as well as Brenna in this book! This makes the story that much more dimensional, but also that much HOTTER! The steam factor finally hit full blown force in this book – and I couldn’t be happier about that.This b [...]


    28. YAY TEAM JAKE!! Thank goodness they got back together in Junk Miles, I don’t know what I would have done with myself if he hadn’t taken her back! *sigh of relief*But now Brenna is headed to Ireland for a summer work shop (I swear I will fight her if she cheats on my Jake again!), Jake is headed to spend time with his real family (okay the secret – which wasn’t really much of a secret since Jake already knew- is out), the MacLean’s and Saxon is sent to his own personal hell…working fo [...]


    29. I have followed this series from book one, and as soon as I saw Slow Twitch I knew I had to get a copy. I picked it up a few days after publication but have only just gotten around to reading it now. A lot of things happened in the previous book, Junk Miles so I had no idea what would happen in this book but was excited to actually be able to sit down and read it.Slow Twitch is split into three points of view, Brenna, Jake and Saxon. At the beginning of the book Brenna is in Ireland, Jake is spe [...]


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