Salvage Stories: Book TwoSan Diego is a city of second chances for Jamie Carlson. His new career as a photographer is taking off, and with the support of a loving surrogate family, he’s finally putting his party years behind him. The Bailey family helped him solve his drinking problem, but... show more
Salvage Stories: Book TwoSan Diego is a city of second chances for Jamie Carlson. His new career as a photographer is taking off, and with the support of a loving surrogate family, he’s finally putting his party years behind him. The Bailey family helped him solve his drinking problem, but there’s no easy solution to staying sober now that Belle Bailey’s dying. Her last wish is a challenge Jamie can't overcome without help.Solving problems is Daniel Priest’s specialty. More than twenty years older than Jamie, he’s successful and experienced. He makes his living resolving corporate crises—but his personal life has been far from perfect. Now that his marriage is over, Daniel’s determined to make up for lost time. One night with Jamie isn’t nearly enough for him.Daniel’s honest offer of help is more than Jamie expects from a one-time hookup. Even so, fulfilling Belle’s last wish is a tall order. Repairing her damaged family as she requests proves difficult when Jamie has to face his own past as well. Jamie could risk his hard-won recovery by admitting why he hit rock bottom in the first place. If he wants a future with Daniel, he'll have to address those reasons head-on.
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 220
Edition language: English
Series: Salvage Stories (#2)
When I read Salvage, the first book in the series, I was so not a fan of Jamie. What we got to see of Jamie was an irreverent brat who seemed to not take anything seriously, and he seemed like a user to the nth degree.Once I got a bit into Recovery, I realized I couldn’t have been further from the t...
Melancholy. Emotions. Slow plot and tragic events. And so, so beautiful. It is the language that seduces me, it talks straight to my soul; there is no huge romance action happening, just slow, tragic life and then the good feelings of arrival. This Jamie takes me by the hand and leads me through h...
~ Review by CarolineWe first meet Jamie in Salvage and his character was not written to endear him to us. He was selfish and manipulative and wasn’t a great friend to Gabe. With his story in Recovery comes the clarity of what he has been through, what has set him off on his path of destruction and w...
This, my friends, this is how it's done. From the first words, this book pulled me in and wouldn't let go, not even now, two weeks later, as I still reel from the impact. It's a breathtaking work of art, painted with words. It's a brilliant piece of imagery, full of pain and heartbreak, but also h...