Saturday, May 25, 2013

Restore Me by J.L. Mac

Rating:  4.5 out of 5 stars


Navigating the world alone is all Josephine Geroux has ever known. Life altering tragedy struck early on for her. She endured an admirable struggle through her youth and learned the hard way how to adapt and survive. She managed to arrive at adulthood in one piece in spite of it all.

After such chaos, maintaining a life free of complications is a priority for her.
Everything changed when a man with amber eyes came through her door and claimed her heart. She fell hard in more ways than one. The pull between Jo and Damon seemed like fate bringing things full circle.

With another devastating loss looming, Jo fights to hold on to the very thing that brought her to her knees. She finds herself torn between a promising future and clinging to a devastating past.
But that’s not the most worrisome problem on her hands.

She must convince more than just herself to let the past stay in the past, where it belongs, but on her journey to find closure and resolution, she does the exact opposite. An old wound caused by a heinous act becomes exposed for what it is. The truth is catastrophic and Jo is helpless, watching as the ruins of her fragile world endure more turmoil.

Can something conceived from tragedy and malice end well? Can something so completely poisoned conquer adversity? Jo is left to make a decision; accept the circumstances she finds herself in or fight with unwavering ferocity to restore what has been damaged.
*Restore Me is the second book in the Wrecked series*


Wreck Me is the first book in this trilogy by J.L. Mac.  You should read it first.  Although I will warn you, the book literally wrecked me.  There is a cliffhanger ending that had me cussing out the author, but I love her for bringing us this series and Damon Cole.  This book starts us off reminding us why we were so upset.  Cue the dramatic soft music.  My heart ached for Jo and all that she's been through in her life.  Just as Damon was heart broken in Wreck Me, it was Jo's turn to take on all of the agony and the pain of feeling responsible for hurting someone else.  The struggle of making it through tragedy is what makes you not want to put this book down.  

This book is shorter but it does deliver more information and gives us a better glimpse into Jo and Damon and their struggles.  Restore me delivers more angst, some more drama and plenty of intrigue to keep you interested in the story.  I didn't want to put the iPad down.  This one ends in another cliff hanger, but it wasn't as drastic as the first.  I don't want to give too much away.   Grams is back and I love her attitude.  

There is still plenty of HOT chemistry between Jo and Damon which I enjoyed.  I can't wait to continue their story in Accept Me which will be out later this year.  

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