The Year We Hid Away

The Year We Hid Away

Sarina Bowen / Jun 15, 2019

The Year We Hid Away She s hiding something big He s hiding someone small Bridger Macaulley used to be a player both on and off the ice But now while his teammates chase the next hockey victory Bridger worries that the

  • Title: The Year We Hid Away
  • Author: Sarina Bowen
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  • She s hiding something big He s hiding someone small Bridger Macaulley used to be a player both on and off the ice But now, while his teammates chase the next hockey victory, Bridger worries that the dean will discover he s housing his eight year old sister in his dorm room Juggling a full course load and a big secret, it s only a matter of time until the other skate She s hiding something big He s hiding someone small.Bridger Macaulley used to be a player both on and off the ice But now, while his teammates chase the next hockey victory, Bridger worries that the dean will discover he s housing his eight year old sister in his dorm room Juggling a full course load and a big secret, it s only a matter of time until the other skate drops Scarlet Crowley is the only freshman at Harkness College who had to sneak past TV news trucks parked on her front lawn just to leave town Her name is as new as the shiny student ID it s printed on The only way to survive college will be to conceal her identity, even if it means lying to the green eyed boy she s falling for Bridget and Scarlet form a tentative relationship based on the understanding that some things must always be held back But when grim developments threaten them both, going it alone just won t work any And if they can t learn to trust one another now, the families who let them down will take everything they ve struggled to keep.

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        Sarina Bowen is the USA Today bestselling author of many things, including the True North series, Him Us and the WAGs series with Elle Kennedy, The Ivy Years series and the Brooklyn Bruisers And Are you looking for a friends to lovers story or maybe even a secret baby book You can read a list of Sarina s books broken out by trope and style.Need to know what s coming next Get all the latest news on Sarina s website, and sign up for her newsletter so you don t miss a book or a deal.


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    1. 5 stars! She’s hiding something big. He’s hiding someone small.Well hello there, binge-reading. It’s nice to see you again ;) It’s been a while since I’ve completely devoured a series back to back like I’m doing with the Ivy Years Series. I can’t help it. I don’t want to stop! This series is so great! I love that each book is about a different couple, and that each story gives me the feels and keeps me completely invested in the characters lives. Bridger and Scarlet’s story was [...]



    2. 4 stars! “My trick is understanding that there aren't any tricks. You just have to wade through each moment as it comes.” The Year We Hid Awayis the second book in the Ivy Years series and it focuses on Scarlet and former college hockey player Bridger. Scarlet is a freshman and is escaping a horrid home and Bridger is a joint student pursuing his undergraduate and masters degrees at the same time. They meet in class, begin to hand out and become friends. Scarletis hiding who she is from ever [...]


    3. Two five star books in a row in this series. (If you want me to be honest, the novella that comes after this has already been devoured as well, and it's a 4.5 Star) That's almost unheard of for me, especially lately. What is it about this series that is blowing me away? I pick up a book and can't stop reading's been a long time since I've been unable to put a book down. Scarlett and Bridger's journey was a rough onet because of angst and New Adult insecurity, but because of the heavy responsibil [...]


    4. 3.5 starsInteresting little story. I liked it just a bit more than the first book, but they're both pretty good. Bridger and Scarlet have an amazing chemistry and I liked reading about them. Bridger has an adorable little secret, which I loved as well. The aspect of characters' dark past was quite a huge deal in this book, and it was done well. I am definitely ready to jump onto the next book, I heard so many good things about it!


    5. 2.5The story is nice and, overall, entertaining enough, but nothing I haven't seen hundreds of times already. It could have been much better, but it could have been much worse too.There is only one thing I'd like to point out. The female lead, Scarlet, takes an Italian class in college. The teacher wants his students to speak only Italian during his classes, and in one scene he admonishes them yelling “EN ITALIANO!” (yes, it's all caps in the book too). A PITY THAT'S THE WRONG PREPOSITION. I [...]


    6. WOW. I wasn't really sure what to expect from this, but I absolutely loved it. There was no crazy drama and I managed to be surprised at almost every turn (probably because I was expecting some crazy drama). Bridger was perfection! I loved how his man-whore status wasn't the main focus of the novel, he owned up to it and wasn't afraid of a relationship. Scarlet was the same way, she had reservations but she wasn't running from anything. It was great to see two strong characters fight for each ot [...]


    7. 3.5 StarsNot as strong as the first in this series but still very, very solid.Scarlet is hiding and for good reasons. Her dad has been charged with a horrendous crime, and thus her entire life has been hell for the last year. She just wants to escape to college and start anew, and that begins with changing her identity. The only bright thing in her life is the growing friendship she has with hottie Bridger, as they help each other with classes and studying. The thing is, Bridger too, is hiding s [...]



    8. 5 I love Bridger StarsThe year We Hid Away is part of the Ivy Years series and is a standalone. I haven’t read a Sarina Bowen book. I’ve seen her books everywhere, but I never started this series because I thought you had to read them in order. Well, you don’t. When I realized each books were a standalone, I decided to start with this one.I absolutely loved it!I really liked the storyline and I loved the writing style. The Year we Hid Away is a college NA romance novel, it had everything I [...]


    9. **The Year We Hid Away generously provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.**5 Hidden StarsThe Year We Hid Away provides the second installment to the Ivy Years Series focusing on Hartley’s friend Bridger and a new character Scarlet. This story gives us another new adult title by Ms. Bowen that lends itself to being completely fresh and unique yet following new adult structure perfectly. The crafting of this plot weaves in two completely different back stories for Bridger and Sc [...]


    10. 4 starsI enjoyed this short, sweet read with lots of twists and turns. I love that this couple connected from the beginning and were true to their feelings. No push-pull apart from trying to protect each other. I enjoyed their friendship and loved their loyalty towards each other. A definite worth- your- time read.


    11. Some people manage to skate through their life with little to no drama and others seem to get everything thrown at them. I don't know why that is but the old saying - it's not what happens to you, it's how you deal with it - is very true.Bridger is a college hockey star who has a very bright future ahead of him when he has no choice but to remove his little sister from their family to be her sole caregiver. He has always helped look after her anyway but now he is responsible for providing for he [...]


    12. This book made me ugly cry. Bridger. Gah. I can't even with him.Seriously though, Bridger was such a stand-up guy. All the sacrifices he made for his sister? He melted my heart. Scarlett, too. It's funny how a situation can be so different than publicly perceived, especially from the inside. Definitely a recommended read.




    13. Re Read: Jan 2018I think that I'm going to make it a new tradition to re read this brilliant series every even year. Why every even year? Don't know, it just worked out that way. Another home run by Sarina. I'm becoming addicted to her writing. I forsee myself binge reading a lot from her in the near future.Original review: Feb 2016Wow, this book, talk about incredible. The emotions that I experienced was off the charts. I don't think that I've read another book that made me feel so sad or mad f [...]


    14. Okay, so I was most looking forward to reading this one because I loved the Bridger set up, but also a little nervous because of the Sandusky parallels. I couldn't handle reading those articles in real life. But the layer of fiction helped, I think. It did make me tear up at times (which almost never happens to me).I really liked that Scarlet's roommates were both named Katie. THERE ARE A LOT OF US. But I did not like the characterization of a "Katie." By those rules, I am not a Katie! SO WHO AM [...]


    15. 5 divine starsThis book here is how NA should be done. Perfectly developed characters, emotion, depth, feel-goodness and an unusual and unique storyline. All the love for this book and series.Scarlett just drew me in with her situation, quite unfathomable and hideous but she had her escape plan. There were parallels between Scarlett and Bridger in how they hid their situations, different though they were. Every woman should have a Bridger, he was a whole ball of lovely without being saccharine. [...]


    16. Rating Clarification: 3.5 starsI thought it was a good read, not very memorable and I probably won't be picking up the first one but I did enjoy it. It was also predictable, I saw that secret coming a mile a away so there is that.


    17. 💝 FREE on today (12/29/2017)! 💝Blurb:She’s hiding something big. He’s hiding someone small. Bridger Macaulley used to be a player both on and off the ice. But now, while his teammates chase the next hockey victory, Bridger worries that the dean will discover he’s housing his eight-year-old sister in his dorm room. Juggling a full course load and a big secret, it’s only a matter of time until the other skate drops. Scarlet Crowley is the only freshman at Harkness College who had to [...]



    18. 4 StarsThis story is a prime example of why I love NA/College romance books. Where the first story in the Ivy Years series was light on plot and romance and was considerably angst free, this sequel had it all, with the added bonus of some impressive emotional gravitas. Scarlett Crowley has been through hell in the past year. After her hockey star father was accused of a heinous crime, she became a social pariah in her hometown and her senior year of high school was an absolute bust. Starting her [...]


    19. I admit that I approached this one with slight trepidation. Mostly because both Scarlet and Bridger came into the relationship with a secret on their back. Scarlet is hiding her whole identity, being the daughter of a man who is allegedly accused of having sex with underage boys, which results in her being a pariah during her last year of high school. While Bridger is hiding a secret that he's been taking care of his young sister on his own because their Mom is an addict and he fears if Lucy is [...]


    20. The Year We Hid Away is absolutely fantastic. A must read! Another original, heartfelt read that moved me deeply.Sarina Bowen is easily becoming a favorite author. Her writing is a pleasure to read. It's clean and effortless. Sarina's books are not like the majority of New Adult recycled reads out there. It's completely hers, and her's alone. THANK GOODNESS!Bridger WOW. What a guy! I take back all the negative things I have ever said about sweet heroes, because this guy tops the cake! He is just [...]


    21. 2:75 stars from me!This was readablebut I think there was just to much going on!Bridger have to look after his little sister! Scarlett's father being accused of child abuse! Then there's something with her uncle, it was just all a bit overkill. There wasn't really any indication about how the characters were dealing with these problems (except maybe an internal monologue or two) but that wasn't enough for me. These are big issues and should have had a bigger impact (or feel like they had a bigge [...]


    22. Let me just say that I want to spend the rest of my life trying to get pregnant by Bridger. I know that it cannot happen, but we can sure spend time trying ;).I will admit, this did start out just a little slow for me, but once I got into it I was SOOOOOO into it. Not only was the relationship building really great, but the individual stories going on in each of their lives was interesting as well. This is a great series (that I read out of order lol).I'm looking forward to reading about Andy's [...]



    23. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 STARS ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️


    24. Pretty intense to read at times, but incredibly enjoyable, sad, happy and gorgeous reading. Such an awesome author. One of my absolute favourites.


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