Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Review for Ruining Me and Ruining You

I am very happy to have my friend help me out as a guest reviewer for these two amazing books. We have a Facebook page where we do group reads so I know she knows what she's talking about. So every now and again I will have a guest do a review for me so I don't bore the crap out of you (hehe)
Here are Heather's reviews....



Eighteen year old Jay is living a horrible nightmare.
Two years ago, life seemed to be going the way she dreamed it would.
Then one horrible moment ruined it. She decided that closing herself off
from everyone was the way to deal with it. Soon she realizes that it is all
catching up with her.
There are three guys that are there for her. JT the perfect boyfriend she didn't
want to give up. Rhye, the bad boy rock star that helped her forget the past. Kane
the sweet sexy tattooed bartender that makes her want a future.
Now she needs to decide what secrets to keep? What choices to make? Is it possible to move
on while still holding on to the past?

"I hate the saying, “The truth can set you free”. The truth can't set me free. It can f*ck my future fifty ways to Sunday."

This book is emotional and full of angst. I was sucked into this book within the first
few pages and couldn't be bothered to come up for air. I don't want to say to much because
I don't want to giveaway any spoilers. If you enjoy a good love triangle and a book
that keeps you on your toes with all the twists and turns, then Ruin Me is a must read!
You get just enough of the past through dreams that help you piece together what Jay is
going through and made her close herself off to her friends and family. I would definately
recommend this book. Now that book 2 is out I would jump right into book one. Don't wait!
Amazing job Nicole Reed!


For a girl who dared to tempt death, living is the only promise that matters now. 

Jay’s life almost came to a forced end when her darkest secrets were revealed and the one who she chose to give her future to was ripped away. Now, everything she kept hidden is the topic of everyone’s conversation, and not all are sympathetic. Someone wants her horrific past to dictate her future, and another is determined to help her choose a different path.

In conclusion to Ruining Me, Kane and Rhye know that Jay is worth the fight, but waiting for her to find herself may ruin them all.

When Jay's darkest secrets where revealed., It causes her Prince to be ripped from her life. She has to decide to either let the past dictate her future or learn to find the closure she needs to move forward. Kane and Rhye know that Jay is worth fighting for, but will Jay find herself before she loses the one that matters to her the most?

She has to learn that she can't keep the promise to live for someone else that she has to want to live for herself. She starts off in a rehabilition center to help her work through all the guilt, shame, fear and devastation of everything that happened and the lose of her Prince. She continues down the
road of shutting everyone out of her life until she meets another patient Eli. He is amazing.
He helps her through a lot.
"Don’t let go now, Jay. One-by-one, place each piece of your soul back together,but this time, make it stronger. Close your eyes and do it." Eli
Upon her return home she has to cope with always having someone around her. She doesn't deal with that very well and tries to fall back into her old ways. She realizes that she doesn't want that. She learns to look at how everything has effected not just her, but all that love her. We travel through this journey watching Jay grow and learn to want to live for herself. We also get to experience her finding the love she deserves.
"You make me happy. You make me want to live for me, to have this forever. To have you forever."Jay
Another great book by Nicole Reed!!!! Very good book.

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