Published on September 26th 2012
Genres: Abuse, Contemporary, Dark, Death, New Adult, Romance, Young Adult
Eighteen year old Jay Stevenson is living a horrible nightmare.
Two years ago, she had the world in the palm of her hand, but in one moment, it was ruined. Secrets, lies, and the worst imaginable betrayal haunt her new reality. Burying her problems under a cold façade seems to be the only way to cope until it all catches up with her. Soon, she loses control of the lonely world she built around her, and the past, present, and future collide.
Three guys are there when it all comes crashing down: JT, the perfect boyfriend she never wanted to give up; Rhye, the local bad boy “rock star” who made her forget the past; and Kane, the funny and sweet tattooed bartender who wants her future.
Secrets must be kept. Choices must be made. Is it possible to move forward while still chained to the wicked vices of the past?
Warning : This book will leave you emotionally wrecked.
Love Square. I hate them. I just want to put it out there.
Jay Stevenson, a young woman, was quite popular, had everything she needed and wanted – the best friends, the boyfriend, a good high school experience. What would cause her to create a cocoon to shield herself from the outside world?
She dropped her friends. Broke up with her perfect boyfriend. She chose to be alone. Why? I am not here to ruin this for those who have not read the book. All I can remember was feeling so numb after I’ve read the book.
Kane, well, he’s the ideal boyfriend, who Jay met at a bar. He’s the bartender. JT, the high school boyfriend. Rhye, the reformed bad boy rock star who fell in love with Jay. Not a bad pool to choose from, really. But who does Jay choose in the end? Well, read the next book, Ruining You.
Read from March 28 to 30, 2013
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