Title: Wreck You
Author: Abby McCarthy
Genres: New Adult, Contemporary Romance
Publication Date: May 20th, 2014
“My name is Maura McCafferty. I take men who love me and I destroy them. If there was a scarlet letter I could wear to keep the men at bay, it would be a W. I would wear it proudly, to let them know I am a wrecker. If you love me, I will wreck you.”
Raised within the Devil’s Crusader’s, Maura has been exposed to many of life’s uglies and sheltered from any real relationships. She has all but given up on the idea of love.
Until she meets Corbin Marx, a sexy beast of a Marine who refuses to back down from any challenge. He is the type of man Maura has craved, the type who might just be strong enough…
This journey will be brutal, littered with violence, deceit and heartache. Maura must learn to navigate through the bumpy roads that life has paved and hope that at the end she will find her happiness.
Warning: Due to Violence, language, drug use and sexual content this book is not suited for anyone under 17. If those things offend you, this might too.
I am a reader and a lover of words. I am a blogger turned author releasing my first novel in May 2014. I am a mother of three, a wife and a dog person. I have always wrote, sometimes poetry, sometimes just to vent about failed relationships, however in parenthood I have found my voice to help keep my sanity. Words have flowed from me, to review and with the support of amazing friends in the Indie community I have decided to pursue my dream of writing! I love to write and read romance, because isn’t that something we all yearn for? Whether it be flowers and hand holding or just the right tug on your hair. Isn’t that what life is about? The human connection?
5 e-books of Wreck You
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This was an okay read for me. To be honest even though it was a good MC book – I’m a sucker for a good MC book! – if the insta-love between the characters was missing I would have loved it. But unfortunately it was there from page one and kind of hard to ignore it but after I pushed through it, it was a good MC book with a Marine none the less!
Maura was a little hard to love, she grew up within the MC world, between her father and the other members of the club you can only imagine how her life was. I get it, it was tough for her but she had her moments that pissed me off. A little on the shallow side, or maybe it was the details on her appearance, either way it is safe to say that I loved Corbin; military guy on a leave with no bullshit policy.
Overall, a good read if you push through the insta-love.