Book Review Of “The Wreckage Of Us” By Brittainy Cherry @amazonpub #BrittainyCCherry

Never in a million years did I think it would be Ian Parker who saved me…

I know I should stay away from Ian Parker.

But when my drug-dealing stepdad kicks me out, I have nowhere to go. Squatting in an abandoned shed on Ian’s grandpa’s farm seems like as good a plan as any.

Ian finds me there, of course, and he insists on me moving into his spare room. I should say no, but the appeal of a roof and a warm bed is too much. Not to mention Ian’s brown eyes and strong arms.

We’re nothing alike, but the spark between us is undeniable. My life is finally looking up.

Until I call the cops on my stepdad and unintentionally get my pregnant mom arrested.

Now I have to sacrifice my dreams to take care of my mom’s baby. She’s the only family I have left. Meanwhile, Ian’s band is taking off; his dreams are coming true.

Ian is my one chance at love. I just hope he doesn’t become the one chance that got away. 

Thank you Montlake Books (Amazon Publishing) For gifting me a copy of this book in exchange of an honest review. All opinions are my own. This book is out Sept. 8th

This is my first read by Brittainy C. Cherry and it most certainly will not be my last. To say I was addicted to this book is an understatement. Once I started it, I fell in some serious love with Ian and Hazel. I related to Hazel, I related to the terrible childhood aspect of her character. I related to her having to raise herself. This was a personal thing for me.

I absolutely adored the journey to Hazel and Ian’s relationship. I appreciated that they fought for each other, they supported each other, and neither of them held each other back. Such a sweet and genuine love. I also appreciated that Brittainy didn’t drag out the building of their relationship, so that left a lot of time for story building. A lot happens in this book, but it flows so freely. And that epilogue, was utter perfection!

Let’s also talk about secondary characters. Some Authors choose not to put a lot of depth into them, they turn out to be word fillers. Cherry did the opposite. I feel like I love her secondary characters as much as I love her MC’s. Especially Big Paw and Grams! If you guys cannot tell. I loved this book. Last but not least, my star rating.

Rating: 5 out of 5.

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