Now, I’ll start by saying that this isn’t a typical duet. You can read You Wrecked Me without having first read You Complicate Me. Both books stand alone nicely. (Although, as I’ve established, both books are GREAT, so why wouldn’t you want to read them both?? But I digress…)
Secondly, I’ll say that Gage is my favorite kind of romance hero. He’s sexy, grumpy, a little antisocial, and bordering on being a recluse, but at heart he’s a nice guy who never treats the heroine with anything but the utmost respect. He’d make a great addition to my book-boyfriends-who’d-make-the-best-real-life partners list. He gets extra points for not being a commitment-phobic former manwhore. (I HATE those guys)
This is also a second chance romance, which I’m a huge sucker for. (Stay tuned for an all-time-favorite second chance romance list TOMORROW on the blog!)
Sadie was a great heroine, too. Maybe not as great as Gage, but hey, we can’t all be grumpy, sexy, antisocial, recluses who are nice at heart. (I know. I have a problem. #SorryNotSorry)
Gage’s family that we first met in You Complicate Me makes an appearance here, too, and frankly, snort-laughs ensued. (Don’t read in public just in case. Snort laughs aren’t sexy and no one can look good while snort laughing. It’s just a fact.)
Long-story-short, You Wrecked Me, like You Complicate Me before it, is a winner. You can download confidently.
Full disclosure: We received an ARC from the author free of charge.
Does this book contribute to or help crush the romance stigma?
No rehab needed. This one’s clean and sober.
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