Monday, August 11, 2014

Warning Track Release Day (Review+Excerpt)


REVIEW 
WOW! This book was an emotional roller coaster. There was so much going on that I felt like I was watching a soap opera! I actually shed tears while reading this book so BEWARE! 

THE GANG IS BACK! I loved how we didn't focus one set of characters, but a bunch of them. That's why this series is soooo entertaining! I have to admit that I had favorites while reading this book so sometimes I didn't want to read their little part but I had to to get the full story. (I kind of hate Lucy...) 

Men! This book is filled with HOT men! I have a weakness for baseball players, and hot damn, this book is filled with them. All the men had their different personalities but, nonetheless, they were sex machines. Parker has to be my favorite because he's sweet, compassionate, funny, attentive, and a baseball player. Gotta love him! 

In all seriousness, this book was fun to read. I laughed and cried while reading this book! This book dealt with PTSD which was interesting to read and my heart goes out to people that have or are dealing with it. It's unfortunate but it made that relationship stronger at the end. Unfortunately, there's a cliffhanger which left me wanting more! (WHEN IS THE NEXT BOOK COMING OUT??) 

EXCERPT

Molly stared at herself in the mirror. She looked like a completely different person. She’d cut her hair into a bob, just above her shoulders and added some highlights. The bags under her eyes that were starting to look like they might be permanent had slowly started to disappear and her complexion looked healthier. She hadn’t had a drink of alcohol since Jane had practically kicked her ass and she’d replaced cigarettes and drugs with exercise, something Molly had always balked at when Jane suggested it before, but she found running in the morning made her feel more invigorated throughout the day.

She talked to Jim and Marcia, Luke’s parents, and told them about the changes she’d made in her life and the steps she was taking to improve her life. They all decided that splitting time with Winnie during the week, until Molly got her feet fully back on the ground, was the best plan.

Molly got a job with her old school. The new principal, who was a teacher when Molly worked there before, always got along with Molly and when Molly approached her about finding a job, she was instantly offered a position that had just opened up, teaching fifth graders. The timing was perfect and Molly thought Luke must be looking out for her. She used to teach third graders, so she had to brush up on her fifth grade curriculum, but she had a while until the school year started back up in September.

She pretty much had everything back in her life, except for a man.


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