This week I took a break from mysteries/thrillers and concentrated on contemporary romances with interesting characters. Wrecked was the best of the bunch!
I think JB Salsbury is a great writer and she certainly delivered on emotion and character development here. The book is a relatively dark read in that it deals with complicated issues but it is still enjoyable. I did find the second half of the book dragged a bit because the heroine kept the fact that she was impersonating her twin sister a secret too long for my liking. However, the characters and emotion were enough to keep me reading. I’ll be checking out some more of her books soon. According to Goodreads she has a great ‘Fighters’ series.
“A heartbreakingly beautiful story about loss and the power of second chances.” Mia Sheridan, New York Times bestselling author
“Heartbreaking and heartwarming… one of the best friends-to-lovers romances that I’ve read this year.” Corrine Michaels, New York Times bestselling author
When you can’t trust yourself, how can you ask anyone else to?
It’s been months since Aden Colt left the Army, and still the memories haunt him. When he moved into a tiny boat off the California coast, he thought he’d found the perfect place to escape life. Then Sawyer shows up and turns his simple life upside down. Beautiful and sophisticated, she seems out of place in this laid-back beach town. Something is pushing her to experience everything she can-including Aden. But as much as he wants her, starting a relationship with Sawyer puts them both at risk. For Aden, the past doesn’t stay there; it shows up unexpectedly, uncontrollably, and doesn’t care whose life it wrecks.
PS The title is a clickable universal link that takes you to books2read.com – you pick a store (Amazon, Apple etc.) and from then on whenever you click on a books2read link you are taken to that store. I like using these links as they cover all stores and countries. I don’t use affiliate links as I want you guys to know that these are honest recommendations. I need to read plenty of books for research anyway so I’m just sharing those I like.