Rinse and Repeat

Rinse and Repeat After reliving the same day sixty two times Repeater Peat Harris is about to give up on his latest case saving Jake Schwinn In the past Peat has solved some seriously twisted crimes caught the bad

  • Title: Rinse and Repeat
  • Author: Amberly Smith
  • ISBN: 9781615816989
  • Page: 261
  • Format: ebook
  • After reliving the same day sixty two times, Repeater Peat Harris is about to give up on his latest case saving Jake Schwinn In the past, Peat has solved some seriously twisted crimes, caught the bad guys, and kept an emotional distance But this time, his heart s involved, a definite must never do on Repeats, and he can t just walk away even if that means putting himselAfter reliving the same day sixty two times, Repeater Peat Harris is about to give up on his latest case saving Jake Schwinn In the past, Peat has solved some seriously twisted crimes, caught the bad guys, and kept an emotional distance But this time, his heart s involved, a definite must never do on Repeats, and he can t just walk away even if that means putting himself into the bullet s path.A year ago, Jake s best friend was gunned down, and Jake has been playing bait to catch the killer But now a wicked looking hottie named Peat is warning Jake that he s about to die again unless they can catch the shooter Yeah, right Then Jake starts to remember the previous Repeats and how he and Peat hooked up.

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  • Amberly Smith

    Amberly lives in the Northwest with her husband, two children, mother in law, and a cat named Cat Their home has become a PC graveyard where games and gadgets are discarded for the latest shiny She likes to read in bed, write in coffee shops, and cuddle while watching Netflix or Hulu Amberly acknowledges that she has issues with being too succinct Feel free to ask her questions about herself She s not shy, just clueless what anyone would find particularly interesting about her life.


  • 3.5*I LOVED the idea of this story, a bit of Quantum Leap meets Groundhog Day in much younger and more criminal version.I felt for both Peat and Jake.Peat is a 'Repeater' he ends up places and has to repeat the day again and again until he gets it resolved the way it needs to be. Not always a happy ending, and that does wear on him. Also, people all forget him, even when he spends months with them.Jake lost his sister to leukemia and his very best friend Geo to a murderer. And now it looks like [...]

  • Excellent paranormal m/m romance about a guy who's a Repeater, stuck repeating the same day over and over again until he can change some key event from the day. Things are different on this Repeat, because he's started to care way too much about a skateboarder he's watched die far too many times.

  • Peat is a repeater. He is sent to various places around the country to stop a crime or catch a criminal and until that happens, the day keeps happening over and over again. He is sent to Idaho to save Jake who keeps getting shot at a skate park. Everyday he tries to figure out who is killing Jake, and soon he starts trying to throw himself in front of the bullet and it's up to about day 60 and he still can't figure it out, but there's a problem, he's falling for Jake even though every day, to Ja [...]

  • This is a story that snuck up on me. The first 15 pages felt awkward and unfinished, but by the end I was reading by the seat of my pants and completely taken with the heroes as I raced towards the breathless finish. Unabashedly high-concept, this book flails for its first few chapters trying to find pop-culture references to spoon-full-of-sugar its hook into the reader, but then settles into confident stride as a slam-bang, hyper-romantic thriller. Still, that's a quibble when the characterizat [...]

  • 3.5 stars rounded up Rinse and Repeat is a fairly interesting book with a clever hook. The idea of repeating a day over and over is not necessarily new, Groundhog Day made it famous, but the story has good pacing, decent writing, and two engaging leads that make it work. There are a lot of details left unexplained and the ending is one that could be cheesy but ends up slightly creepy instead. A mostly interesting read that moves quickly and has you rooting for the men to get their happy ending. [...]

  • Rinse and Repeat was interesting and definitely unlike anything I've read in quite a long time. It took me a while (at least a few chapters) to get into the story, but once I got past that point I really enjoyed it. The blurb certainly intrigued me, and the Repeater theme felt a little like a cross between the TV show Tru Calling and the movie Groundhog Day. I loved Jake and Peat, I loved their interactions, and I loved the whole Repeater concept. I really felt for Peat - his fear of people cons [...]

  • 4.5 starsI loved this! I don't care how bumpy it starts, it all becomes worth it to me in the end. I kept getting these little panic flutters while storming through this book, I mean, I HAD TO KNOW how it was all going to play out! I don't even care that the "Repeating" isn't fully reasoned out on why/who, whatever! I just really enjoyed my way through this entire book. It was fun, sweet, suspenseful, and full of feels.I want more. (Greedy bitch, I am.)

  • What to even say? I know - hell yes, this is how it's done! I was hooked from start to finish, so hooked that even on my way into the city for a concert, I brought my Kindle with so I wouldn't have to stop reading. Loved it, loved it!

  • I loved the premise, and the way we gradually learned more about Peat, Jake, and the situation as the day kept repeating. My heart ached for poor Peat. And Maddie was great. I look forward to reading more by this author.But I struggled frequently to figure out whose head I was in, as the shifts seemed to come at frequent but irregular and unmarked intervals. Usually I read other reviews complaining about head-hopping and think, "Really? Huh. Yeah, I guess so." but I was too caught up in the stor [...]

  • This was an intriguing premise, with Peat reliving the same day over and over again, until he resolves whatever the fates have sent him there to correct. In this case, it's trying to keep Jake alive. As he relives the day over and over, he also gets to know Jake, and ends up developing feelings for him. Finding out what happens between the two of them, and what's led to the situation that brought Peat in, is compelling. I liked both main characters, as well as the little bit was see of Maddie. N [...]

  • Decent story, but the writing and editing were. well.The writing was uneven. The pacing got better in the second half, but in the first half it was like, set up the story, set up the story, bam, all of a sudden we're in Jake's room getting it on. Huh? And then it kind of took a step back and made more sense from then on but the first half was somewhat jarring and confusing. And then the resolution of the mystery was similarly odd. And there was a lot of POV hopping - it was written in third pers [...]

  • It was cool, though there was a point after which I couldn't follow what exactly was going on. Where am I? What day is it? I felt like a senile old person on the verge of dementia. That probably doesn't even make sense. I can't even tell anymore.This thing had me pretty off-kilter the entire time. There are quite a few things that are still unexplained (I think), but overall, it was probably a good read.

  • 4.25 starsI'm really rapt; I haven't paused to write a note and I'm more than half done.Not always sure what someone is implying or joking about. I feel disconnected.This sex scene like others has changed POVs multiple times. Each time there's a break so I know it's a change in POV, but it's so often it's disconcerting and a little random. Once it even started a new chapter for no explainable reason.Really? The police partners are Barnez & Noble?I don't understand the last line. (view spoile [...]

  • I've just finished Rinse and Repeat by Amberly Smith. It was difficult to choose a category in which to place this novel; it’s one of those stories that covers a number of genres. Mystery, paranormal, romance, sci-fi---what on earth would you call the book?Well, I’ll settle for calling it excellent. No mistake---I simply loved this book. While similar ideas have been used in films and literature before, I’ve not previously seen this exact premise explored as it is here. And I appreciated h [...]

  • Peat is stuck repeating the same day over and over, but his goal is to save the boy he’s fallen in love with and there’s no groundhog in sight. Peat is a repeater and he’s been sent to save Jake’s life. However two months of repeating the same day has left Peat in love with Jake and black and blue from learning to skateboard but no closer to figuring out how to save Jake. As each day passes Peat falls more in love with Jake but also realizes he has to find a way to save Jake, somehow. Ri [...]

  • A Joyfully Jay review. 3.5 starsI am a big fan of time travel stories and love the movie Groundhog Day and so when I read about Peat the repeater (I actually did not make the connection like Lloyd did), I thought I was going to be in heaven. Sadly, what started off as a cool “repeat the day until you get it right” got so confusing that I was more focused on figuring out the day and events than the progression of the story. Fortunately the plot smoothed out and was easier to follow to the end [...]

  • First, just let me get this out of the way: if I had to relive my life (or at least a day) until I got it right, I would go crazy enough to jump off a bridge. Really.Peat is a Repeater - a person who, when they turn nineteen, ends up repeating a day until they help someone or solve a crime. He ends up trying to help Jake solve the murder of his friend, but along the way he finds himself falling in love with Jake, but of course the day repeats itself every midnight and Jake forgets him. Until the [...]

  • I really enjoyed this book.Peat is a "repeater". Think of it like the movie "Groundhog's Day meets Tru Calling". Peat has to repeat a day until he fixes what has gone wrong. Although he doesn't always know what he's supposed to fix. This book follows one repeat where he he starts to break all his own personal rules while trying to solve the day.I liked the lay out and I enjoyed the concept. I liked that the main couple each had a different path. Peat fell in love slowly over 2 months, while Jake [...]

  • Though the concept is of course not entirely new, it is well executed in this story. The character development is done nicely and it is well written. So what's not to like? The only minor quibble I have is that I'd have liked a bit more explanation for the phenomenon of the repeaters but I hope the author makes this into a series and my questions will be answered then. But still, it works well enough as a standalone novel. Recommended. PS. Though this is not a reflection on the quality of the bo [...]

  • About a 3.5 for me. I really like the ideas in this book but I had a hard time keeping track of who was speaking. I also had a hard time remembering which one was the repeater for some reason. Not sure why that wouldn't stick. About 75% through, I lost a little interest, but the picked it back up and finished it. I think my briefly setting it aside slowed the momentum of the story down. It probably would have been better to finish in one sitting. And, kudos to the author for not having girly dia [...]

  • I had been meaning to read this story for a long time and finally got around to it. It was an interesting premise that didn't quite give me the emotional punch I wanted. The suspect telegraphed fairly early for me (though the reason was slightly different than expected), so it was really all about how they would finally manage to get out of the day once they came together.It was good for what it was. Way too much unnecessary head-hopping though. It got really annoying in the middle of intense sc [...]

  • Groundhog Day was fun the first time, but I'm not big on repeats almost didn't pick up the book. But the story turned out better than expected, with sweet relationship moments mixed in with a mystery to solve. Sometimes the back and forth between the characters viewpoints was hard to follow but overall enjoyable and written like it has sequels to come (if not, then Maddie as a character was a complete waste of ink), which I will eagerly read.

  • 4.5! Fun thrill ride/whodunit and love story. Great characters. What a fun and intriguing plot. I couldn't put it down once I started and liked the build up to the big reveal. Nice writing. The only reason that it didn't get 5 stars was because of the reasoning of the bad guy. It was a bit out of the blue and just too "extra."

  • I liked the premise and the author's writing was pretty good. You can see that from all the positive reviews the story received.My problem was with everything the MC had to go through on a very regular basis. Having to watch a child raped, witnessing gruesome murders time after time, etc. It was simply too much for me.

  • I really liked this well-written story. It's interesting and fast-paced with likable characters and a mystery/suspense plot that worked well. As a plus I loved the "repeater" theme as much in this book as in Groundhog Day which I've seen many times.

  • The plot was really good, but it bored me a bit, too. The couple is sweet together and we get an happy ending. So everything is just fine overall. In general it was enjoyable read with complex and interesting story.

  • Очень славное и трогательное городское фэнтези. В некоторых местах, правда, видно, как автор старательно выжимает из читателя горючую слезу, но их не так чтобы много, и остальной текст с лихвой это искупает. Пит с его псевдо-английским акцентом совершенно чудесен.

  • Very enjoyable! Excellent worldbuilding which led to a plausibly complicated romance. This novel plays with the "re-do till you get it right" premise of Groundhog Day, with an interesting element of suspense, and without the irritating Andie MacDowell.

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