Take Me On review by lunarwolf
Take Me On (Pushing the Limits Book 4)
Age Range - 12 and up
Genre - Fiction

LitPick Review

Profile Picture
Age at time of review - 14
Reviewer's Location - Pasadena, Maryland, United States
View lunarwolf's profile

Take Me On is a heart warming story of a modern day teenager trying to rediscover herself and help her family through a terrible time. The story tells of a poor girl, trying to make everything better for her family with no regard to herself; and a rich boy, who blames himself for the accident in his family, and gets kicked out of his house. He's a street fighter that wants redemption, and she's a professional boxer who's scared of the damage she can cause. They accidently meet and try to help each other. Their pasts aren't good. But could they forge a new future together and get over their pain of the past?


Truthfully I loved the story. The thing I didn't like was that they never really go deep into what happened to Hailey that traumatized her so badly. What I loved most about this story is the trials the characters go through. It shows the mental, emotional, and physical capabilites that anyone can go through, whether it's teenagers or adults.

Also, I loved how every chapter was either Hailey's or West's point of view. It gave a complete understanding for me and didn't leave me confused on whether we missed something important in the characters thoughts. This is a great read for anyone looking for a sweet, sad tale of life, hardship, and love.

Content Rating:

Content rating - some mature content

Explain your content rating: 

Parts of the book contain sexual content. It also has mention of drugs, illegal behavior, and affairs.

Read more reviews by this Litpick Book Reviewer: lunarwolf
Recommend this book and review to your friends on Facebook