Saturday, January 25, 2014


Anguish was the status quo, until she walked in.
Breaker James Collins is confined in a prison of his own making. Scarred doesn’t begin to define his hell since finding out his girlfriend had cheated, stolen, and lied two years ago. It led to a single event—one that would blacken his days and his nights from then on. Since then, he hasn’t left his house, crippled by fear of people and any social interaction.
Ashland talks too much and has the voice of a meth-laden prairie dog, or so she’s always been told. She’s been called annoying and irritating all of her life and gave up on having friends for a long time. College has given her a new lease on a social life and she’s embraced who she is. But now she’s waiting for the one guy who can take her breath away and put up with her antics. 
A simple note pinned to a corkboard will lead Ash right to Breaker’s solitary world and she will learn that just because a guy doesn’t fit her ideal, doesn’t mean she won’t fall head over feet in love

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My Review 

5 stars 

 I loved this story and the characters. Both Ashland (Ash) and Breaker are broken. Breaker more broken than she is. Ash was looking for a job, and through Breaker's mom, she gets hired. Can 1 broken person, help another put himself back together? I loved that even though Ash had her problems, she still was a strong main character and not the weak and whiney female lead. They both take a step back to "see the glory". ~Tonya

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