She destroyed my family.
After ten years, Brylee Whitmore has returned to our home town, giving me my shot at revenge. I thought it would be simple, but she’s changed. I was supposed to make her pay for what she’s done, so why do I feel like I have to fix her instead?
Coming home was a mistake.
If my dad wasn’t sick, I would have stayed away. Chase Foster plans to exact his revenge, and I deserve it. I’m supposed to pay for my sins, but now he wants to fix me instead. Too bad there’s nothing left to fix.
Two broken people.
Can he forgive her?
Can she forgive herself?
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This book is so not like any book by this author that I have ever read. It grabbed me, ruined me and made me cry huge ugly snot sobs. So, of course, I loved this story!!
The story is about our character, Brylee, who makes a bad decision which them causes them to reevaluate their life. She now feels like she is not worthy. She moves away to try and out run these memories. However, when she has to return home for her father’s funeral she runs smack dab into her past.
Chase has been the love of Brylee’s life since FOREVER. Chase, however, is not so thrilled with her return and is looking to pretty much make her life miserable for her past. The more time Chase and Brylee spend together we can see their opinion’s of each other are changing too.
There was so much happening in this book. There were so many times I was reading and I would yell PLOT TWIST!! This book is such an amazing read and one that will destroy you in the best of ways!
A Midwesterner and self-proclaimed nerd, Evan has been an avid reader most of her life, but five years ago got bit by the writing bug, and it quickly became her addiction, passion and therapy. When the voices in her head give it a rest, she can always be found with her e-reader in her hand. Some of her favorites include, Shayla Black, Jaci Burton, Madeline Sheehan and Jamie Mcguire. Evan finds a lot of her inspiration in music, so if you see her wearing her headphones you know she means business and is in the zone.
During the day Evan works for a large homecare agency and at night she’s superwoman. She’s a wife to Jim and a mom to Ethan and Evan, a cook, a tutor, a friend and a writer. How does she do it? She’ll never tell.