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    Never in a million years did I think it would be Ian Parker who saved me....

    I know I should stay away from Ian Parker.

    But when my drug-dealing stepdad kicks me out, I have nowhere to go. Squatting in an abandoned shed on Ian’s grandpa’s farm seems like as good a plan as any.

    Ian finds me there, of course, and he insists on me moving into his spare room. I should say no, but the appeal of a roof and a warm bed is too much. Not to mention Ian’s brown eyes and strong arms.

    We’re nothing alike, but the spark between us is undeniable. My life is finally looking up.

    Until I call the cops on my stepdad and unintentionally get my pregnant mom arrested.

    Now I have to sacrifice my dreams to take care of my mom’s baby. She’s the only family I have left. Meanwhile, Ian’s band is taking off; his dreams are coming true.

    Ian is my one chance at love. I just hope he doesn’t become the one chance that got away.

    ©2020 by Brittainy C. Cherry. (P)2020 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved.

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    • Nina DuBois
    • 05/11/2020

    All About the Narrators

    So, this is the first book by this author that I didn't like. The romance felt forced and nonexistent for me. I just never connected with the characters and get emotionally invested in either of their stories like this author is normally capable of doing.

    I will say that Stella Bloom and Rock Engle were great. Stella Bloom always has this really sweet voice. Its nice like when you meet someone and automatically know you want to become friends with them. Its warm and welcoming and I loved her. Rock Engle also had a voice that I was really feeling for a male heroine. If for no other reason, definitely listen for the narrators alone. You won't be disappointed.

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    • Global
      3 out of 5 stars
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    • Taylorpriziola
    • 19/09/2020

    Swoon....

    3 stars ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️
    I’ve read other books by Brittainy and enjoyed them. The reason I gave The Wreckage Of Us a three star is because it was just missing something.
    I like Brittainy writing style. I even love the slow burn, however this book is a little to PG. I feel if you’re going to write a slow burn book then you need to give your readers a explosive hot scene and Brittainy dropped the ball on that. This wasn’t anything like her previous books. The storyline was good, but I found myself getting bored and actually skimming through chapters.

    Ian and Hazel love for each other was beautiful and there were definitely many swooning moments. Ian is every girls dream....Hot Rockstar, with tattoos and a southern gentleman. Who wouldn’t love that! 🥰

    I know Hazel was beyond her years, but I found the situation she put herself in to be a like unrealistic. You really don’t see many girls her age willingly to take on that big of responsibility. I did love her sarcastic mouth and I even laughed out loud several times.
    Overall the story was okay, it dragged on a little to long and I wished the chemistry would’ve been more off the charts hot between Ian and Hazel. It just felt like the characters were lacking something. Maybe it was the nonexistent sex scenes. I don’t know. 🤷🏼‍♀️
    I will definitely continue reading Brittainy books, just this book really didn’t do it for me.


    Audiobook: Stella Bloom performance is always a five-star. She truly brings life to her character. I’ve only listened to a couple other books with Rock Engle as the narrator and I enjoy his voice, However I do not think he was a good fit for this book. He sounded to old for Ian’s character and his women’s voice needs major work. lol

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    • Global
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    • Maria
    • 02/06/2021

    Casey Kasem

    The male narrator of this book made it very difficult to listen to. Even though he has a nice voice, it's not for romance. I felt like I was listening to the top 100 the whole time. 🤦🏽‍♀️

    • Global
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    • C. Y.
    • 25/04/2021

    Toilet Paper Falls from the top!

    I really enjoy Brittany Cherry‘s books. They are filled with angst and emotional roller coasters. This book was no different, but unlike the last audiobook I reviewed for her (Southern Storms), I really enjoyed the narrators in this one. (For the record, I loved the story of Southern Storms, but thought the narrators ruined the audiobook book).

    Ian and Hazel’s relationship from hating to loving each other has been done before, but this one seemed a little more genuine because of the background of both characters. They were easy to like, especially Ian. Your heart feels badly for Hazel so many times in this story, and you know that once their relationship starts to get stronger, something is going to destroy it. What I really loved about this book was the friends who supported both Ian and Hazel. It was genuinely a sweet love story.

    By the way, toilet paper fall from the top. 🤣

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    • Dawn Hickman
    • 19/04/2021

    The book was awesome!

    The book really was very good. The male narrators voice bothered me so much I had to turn it off and read the book. He sounds like a mix of Casey Casem and Shaggy from Scooby-Doo.

    • Global
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    • Kindle Customer
    • 24/03/2021

    loved it

    I really enjoyed reading this book. I look forward to reading more books by this author in the near future .

    • Global
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    • chewy
    • 17/03/2021

    A sweet, love story

    I liked how how Hazel and her man fell in love. I liked Hazel’s strength. It was a sweet story and well worth a credit. Not to crazy about the male narrator though his voice did grow on me.

    • Global
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    • What’s_Jamie_Up_To_Now
    • 24/02/2021

    Hazel is a spitfire!

    I listened to the audio version and it was so good! Hazel was a little spitfire that won't take no for an answer. She has more heart and pride than most women out there. Ian is like most men, not very emotional when this story starts. It's great to hear Hazel break down those walls in this story. I highly recommend this one!

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    • Kiaorateora
    • 21/02/2021

    Too much telling not showing

    I gave this 2 stars because I did finish it. I did it sped up to 2.0 but I still finished it. Some spoilers ahead:
    Pros:
    1. It was interesting enough to listen to but only because I was hoping it would get better. It didn’t. Plot was interesting but the execution was too much telling not showing.
    Cons:
    1. The usual manwhore trope is overdone. It also turned out to be a bait & switch so it was a waste to even use it.
    2. No real research on how a ranch is run or how the music industry works.
    3. Bad guy was written stereotypically and in the end he was easily defeated. In fact, it was so easy that he truly could’ve been stopped decades ago when he first appeared in this small town and started ruining lives.
    4. The ole “I must break up with you because I’m being blackmailed” plot line was used and was just ridiculous. This read like a K-drama and was insulting to all readers. Here’s a thought: Call the police, tell others you’re being threatened, tell your boyfriend who’s supposed to be your best friend that you need help, Ask For Help! I thought this was a small town and everyone rallied to help. So help!
    5. Plot holes or moments where it was obvious no research was done. Example: Hazel helps the guys write better lyrics for their songs. They get a record contract and their stuff starts getting played. They give Hazel a nice check and say thanks. Um no. She needs to be a credited songwriter which therefore means she gets royalties every time a song she’s written gets played and so much more. There was no mention of that happening. Just a pat on the head and some cash and a thumbs up Thanks! (smh)
    6. The sexy talk and sex scenes were cringy, unsexy and uninspired.

    I will not be reading anymore of this series or anything more from this author.

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    • millmm
    • 16/01/2021

    It was a decent book.

    I did like it, I did finish it, yet it was pretty predictable what was going to happen. An easy listening while out for my walk