Author: JB Salsbury
On Sale: July 18, 2017
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When you can't trust yourself, how can you ask anyone else to?
It's been months since Aden Colt left the Army, and still the memories haunt him.
When he moved into a tiny boat off the California coast, he thought he'd found the perfect place to escape life.
Then Sawyer shows up and turns his simple life upside down.
Beautiful and sophisticated, she seems out of place in this laid-back beach town. Something is pushing her to experience everything she can—including Aden. But as much as he wants her, starting a relationship with Sawyer puts them both at risk.
For Aden, the past doesn't stay there; it shows up unexpectedly, uncontrollably, and doesn't care whose life it wrecks.
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4.5 Stars from Renee!
I was pulled right into this story. This story has laughs, fun, secrets, pain, and heartbreak.
This is Sawyer and Aden's story. Sawyer was on a mission to fulfill a request from her sister. She needs to go pack up her place and live life to the fullest. Aden has been to hell and survived. He now keeps to himself and that keeps a little peace in his life. But when he meets Sawyer all bets are off. She draws him in while he tries to resist. When the past horrors come back will he be able to deal or will his hell rollover into Sawyer’s life? These two will pull out emotions in you throughout the story.
I connected with these characters and the secondary ones right from the start.
I recommend this book and can't wait to see what this author had in store for us next.
4.5 Stars from Brianna!
JB Salsbury continues to amaze and impress me following her infamous (and once of my personal faves) Fighting series. First she released Split which was absolutely brilliant but Wrecked...different, intriguing, intense, and special. This book was so good and probably my second favorite by her to date...
He's broken, plagued with PTSD. She's on a mission for her sister..a last request. Life for them isn't the easiest but when their world's collide, nothing will ever be the same.
Sawyer and Aden...complications, connection, chemistry. These two were like a tornado and hurricane at times... but this is one storm I would endure again and again. Their journey wasn't perfect and was riddled with hurdles, bumps, and ugliness from the past but with every emotion..every moment..every decision, it was so worth it.
Once I started this book, I simply could not put it down. If you like books with all the feels and a shot to the heart right from the beginning, then try Wrecked today.
I highly recommend this book.
Oh no, fuck no!
I thought he was kidding. I should’ve known better. Aden’s intentions with me since I stupidly boarded this boat have been my torment for his enjoyment. He loved watching me squirm over the bait tank and when I proved I wouldn’t shy away from a challenge, he pulled out the big guns. From his flirty smiles to his teasing touches, he’s discovered my weaknesses and is exploiting them for his own entertainment.
Now this? Raw fish probably still warm from fighting for its life.
And now I’m God knows how many feet above water sitting on a two-seater bench held up by rusty ladders and staring down a piece of glistening pink meat.
“You have to eat it, it’s a rite of passage.” He offers the meat to my lips and I quickly turn my face away.
“I’m really not hungry.” As if the idea isn’t enough to turn my stomach, watching him clean the fish before sectioning off enough for lunch wasn’t much of an appetite builder.
“Of course you are.” He brings the piece to his own mouth and takes a bite, closing his eyes with a moan as he chews.
I feel a rush of bile hit my throat, or maybe it’s beer, either way it’s warm and it burns. “That’s disgusting.”
“You’re telling me you don’t like sushi?”
My eyes widen. Sawyer would say she’s never had sushi. But Celia’s a different story. She ate a live cricket in the eighth grade on a dare. She didn’t even flinch. “I like sushi, just not directly from the…um…source.”
“Doesn’t get fresher than this.” He takes another bite and I can’t deny that his response to eating it does give it some appeal.
“I think I need soy sauce or that green stuff.” What’s it called?
“Just try it.”
“I really don’t want to.”
“Oh come on.” He smiles in that cute crooked way that makes my heart dip and dive. “Live a little.”
I chew the inside of my mouth debating the cost/benefit of taking a bite of this fresh-out-of-the-ocean fish. On one hand, I’ll impress Aden. That in and of itself is worth the ick factor. But what if I throw up all over his boat? Is the chance of impressing him worth totally humiliating myself? I groan when I realize what I’m doing, exactly what I swore I wouldn’t do. I’m making an internal pros and cons list. I close my eyes and steel my resolve and my spine. Don’t think, just decide. I pop open my eyes followed by my mouth.
“Yeah?” He stares at my parted lips.
I nod, hoping he’ll hurry before I change my mind.
Lifting the rose-colored flesh forward, he places it between my teeth. It’s a small bite so I close my lips around his fingers expecting him to pull away…but he doesn’t. For a moment I’m suspended in his gaze, totally stuck while his hot fingers rest between my lips. This should be grossing me out; after all, I watched him gut this fish with his bare hands and to wash off all the blood he merely dipped them into the ocean. But all the thoughts of raw fish and a stranger’s finger do nothing to stave off the warmth blooming in my belly. My tongue pulls the meat deeper into my mouth, brushing against the rough pad of his forefinger. He bites his lip but finally drops his hand.
He watches intently while I chew and swallow.
“How was it?” His voice is low and gruff.
Lost in the heated moment, I barely tasted it. “Good.”
His hand cups the back of my head and he pulls me toward him, stopping just short of our lips touching. “I can’t fucking take this anymore.” His breath is sawing in and out, bursting against my mouth with impatience. “Let me.” It’s a demand, not a question.
A kiss. I don’t need to channel Celia or flip a coin…I know what I want.
I lick my lips and close the slight distance between us.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
New York Times bestselling author JB Salsbury spends her days lost in a world of budding romance and impossible obstacles. Her love of good storytelling led her to earn a degree in Media Communications. Since 2013 she has published six bestselling novels in The Fighting Series and won a RONE Award. JB Salsbury lives with her husband and two kids in Phoenix, Arizona
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