What could drive best friends apart?
Once Miranda, her little sister Cassie and Jason were inseparable—homeless teens standing together against the rest of the world.
But those days are long gone.
Unable to deal with the ghosts of her past any longer, MirandaTemple abandons her life and everyone she knew, determined to carve a new identity.
She thought nothing could make her go back, but when her beloved younger sister Cassie is in a car accident, she discovers she was wrong.
As Cassie fights for her life, Miranda has to try to pick up the pieces of the destruction she left. And face the inner turmoil she’d always tried to deny before it permanently destroys any chance for happiness.
Jason swears his friendship with her is ruined. But as Miranda and Jason worry about Cassie, they start to rediscover each other and learn how to forgive. But with so many scars separating them, can they learn to trust each other again?
*Review copy received form the author for an honest review*
4 “Where is Home?” stars
When the author emailed me to ask for a review of Wrecked and Yours, I agreed, but she kept warning me that this was not the kind of smut that I was usually read. I can read books without smut, people!!! LOL So, I dove into this story with an open mind, and excitement that I was reading something different.
“Swans are partners for life.”
And Different is good people. Although, I didn’t feel that Miranda, Jason and Cassie’s story was all that different from what I usually read. Except it didn’t have the smut. But, you know what?? I enjoyed this story just as much as the smut filled stories.
“Jason, I don’t know what I would have done without you.”
This story is about running and surviving, but mostly surviving. Miranda and Cassie are sisters, who are running from a dirty uncle, and Jason is without family and doing his best to survive on his own. But the struggle doesn’t end when you think it will. Trust and honesty become a must for the three. All three face issues they shouldn’t have to and my heart broke for them at times. The story is told in the past and the present. At first it flips back and forth until closer to the end, where we are left in the present. And I enjoyed that, except that I felt like the past just ended abruptly. Something was missing for me. The flow there just didn’t work for me. But, it’s not a huge issue, just something that made me go hmmmm.
“This is why I felt like I could never come back. This moment right here. What I did was unforgivable.”
I liked this authors writing style, though. Other than the past issues, I felt that the story flowed smooth. Would I have liked more information on the characters, yes! But the author gave you just enough to get you from scene to scene without overdoing it.
I know I sound like I didn’t enjoy it by complaining about the past and needing more info, but I promise I did, and there were times that I hated to put it down. This could have easily been a one sitting book for me, if I would have had the time. It’s a quick read and I was so caught up in their struggles that the end was near way before I was ready 🙂
Give it a try, readers!!