by Nicole Reed
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For a girl who dared to tempt death, living is the only promise that matters now.
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.
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.
WHAT A RIDE!
It all started with a "WHAT THE HELL" and ended with an overwhelming sense of closure. I didn't love Ruining You as much as Ruining Me
(hence the 3.5~Stars), but Nicole Reed definitely showed amazing growth
as a writer. I think the reason I am partial to book one is because of
the smothering, gut wrenching emotion I was left with after reading Ruining Me.
left me with emotions, but they were different. They were emotions of
healing...closure. I didn't hurt like I did in book one, I healed. Damn,
I sound like such a masochist.
This is truly a remarkable
series. What's perfect isn't the writing, the characters, or the
hot-damn sex, but the perfection is found in feeling.
it had things I didn't like. Jay's back and forth between Rhye and
Kane. The sex (even though it was pantie-tastic) often times seemed a
bit misplaced, and of course my complete indifference about the big plot
twist in the end. It was a twist for sure, but I would have loved to
have gotten more of what happened in the aftermath instead of going
straight to the epilogue.
So yeah, this book wasn't perfect, but
it was a story that was able to shine through it's imperfections. A
story that took me on one mind numbing ride. A story that took me to
hell and back, but gave me closure. Everything happened as it should,
and for that I am extremely thankful.
In case you missed Ruining Me (Ruining, #1): My Review
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