Kate Bell isn't perfect. Not even close. The things she got up to in college would cause her parents to fall off their pedestals in shock. Home for the summer vacation, Kate settles in for a long, boring break in the tiny backwater of Winter with folks who still treat her like she's twelve.Then... show more
Kate Bell isn't perfect. Not even close. The things she got up to in college would cause her parents to fall off their pedestals in shock. Home for the summer vacation, Kate settles in for a long, boring break in the tiny backwater of Winter with folks who still treat her like she's twelve.Then Ben Parker arrives and suddenly Winter gets interesting. He's hot, mysterious and good with his hands. Kate falls for him instantly, but her cop father warns her to stay away. But how can she stay away from someone as compelling as Ben? Someone who thinks she's perfect just the way she is?When Ben's dark secrets catch up to him, not only is Kate's heart in danger of being broken, but Ben's entire future could be ruined. RUIN is a short new adult contemporary romance novel intended for mature readers. It contains strong language and sexual situations.
Publish date: August 21st 2013
Publisher: C.J. Scott
Pages no: 124
Edition language: English
Series: Summer in Winter (#1)
*This book is recommended for a mature audience due to the fact that it includes either sexual content, violence, drug and/or alcohol abuse or all of the above* Ruin - C.J. ScottSeries: Summer in Winter #1Published by: Selfpublished, on 21 August 2013Genres: Contemporary, New Adult, RomancePages: 12...
Review Copy from NetGalley.This book starts out with Kate being back home in Winter from college. She is bored in her sleepy little town until Ben Parker shows up. He is a strange hot guy with secrets, and she wants to unlock them. So she talks him into staying in town with a friend of hers to help ...
I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.Firstly I have to say it's the cover that draws you to this book. It's an excellently presented piece of artwork for sure. Hot dude, the house gives an idea of connection. The black and white photography with the colourful title is very...
Short and sweet review for a short read. C.J. Scott's "Ruin" was a book I was on the fence about, but the premise was enough for me to pick it up. The novel, as a whole, isn't quite vetted out, and rather formulaic. So formulaic that, well, I found it uneventful and unsurprising for 127 pages.Kat...
For a quick read, RUIN packs in a whole lotta drama! It’s the classic story line of the small town sheriff’s daughter who is also a “good girl” falls for the vagabond bad boy.❝I'm not perfect. Not by a long shot. If my parents knew what I got up to at college, they'd be horrified. I've slept with m...
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