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,... show more
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.Recommended for readers 17+ due to sexual situations, violence, and language.
Publish date: January 26th 2013
Publisher: Nicole Reed Books
Pages no: 215
Edition language: English
Series: Ruining (#2)
Absolutely Brilliant and Emotional! (Note: I noticed while going through alot of my old reviews that there are certain words I like and use alot, some of them are: brilliant, awesome, beautiful and absolutely. I've have two of them in this review heading. I really need to extend my vocabulary a ...
I am so glad that I finally read this series. I cannot explain the emotions that it has evoked but GODDAM......Friggin fantastic..
4.5 Beautiful Stars It has been a long time since a book broke my heart and that's exactly what this book did. I cried for Jay. I cried for Kane. I cried for Cal. I cried for everything they lost. Then, page by page, my tears dried up, my heart started to heal and by the end I was whole again....
Full review to come...Visit www.tattooedbookreview.com on Feb. 28 for my stop on the Ruining You book tour!Ruining You is emotional, utterly heartbreaking, and beautifully romantic.The second in the series, the book can easily be read as a stand-alone: Reed successfully weaves Jay’s backstory into h...
"Feeling my heart shatter over and over again, the pain is razor blade sharp, and a million cuts shred my body"Jay faces the fallout from the last 2 years of her life and the devastating conclusion of the first book, 'Ruining Me.'Book 1 made me cry, the sequel, 'Ruining You' had me sobbing from begi...
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