Holding on to regret is poison and I take mine straight up. Fast cars and even faster women—they're my drug of choice. Until I barely survive a crash that destroys my career. Now I'm staring my past in the face and she's even more beautiful than when I walked away.
I'm wildly clutching at what's left of my shattered life after a failed marriage when he shows up at my rehab facility. I didn't think my life could get any worse. Now the one man who has the power to destroy me completely is asking me to heal his broken body.
Some things need to stay broken.
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Broken Drift is an emotional, sexy romance! Wyatt and Isla met briefly years ago, but their time together was magical. However, the time for them wasn’t right. Fast forward, and fate has brought them back together. The chemistry and pull they feel toward one another is still there, but there is one complication. Isla is the woman who is in charge of helping him heal his body so that he can return to his passion...racing. Both Wyatt and Isla are broken and have been for years but for different reasons. Each have complicated families, and both have fallen short of very important goals they have set for themselves. However, through their respect, devotion, and love for one another might just help heal the broken places in their hearts. From the beginning, these two share incredible chemistry. They are one of those couples that just naturally gravitate toward one another. When they realize that Isla is his physical therapist, they try oh so hard to remain “just friends.” That friendship lays the foundation of their future relationship. Both of them are flawed individuals, but that is exactly what endeared them to me. I admired the mutual respect they had for one another. These two really, really deserved each other and the happiness they brought to each other’s lives. Like the characters, the story, itself, was great as well. The author threw some curveballs in there that I wasn’t expecting. Those made the story even better and kept the pace fast. I haven’t read this writer before. I really enjoy finding new writers, and now I have added Adrian R. Hale to my list of writers to watch for all of their new releases.
I received an ARC of this second book in the series though a blogger and am voluntarily leaving my review. We met Wyatt, another drift driver, in book 1, and he played a prominent role in that story. In this book, Wyatt finds he needs to return home to Texas for an extended period of time, where he comes into contact with Isla, a girl from his past who is a physical therapist. They are drawn together, and unbeknownst to both Wyatt and Isla is that their shared past involves more than just their one night at the bar over ten years ago. There is much involved in each of their stories, and you go through a myriad of emotions throughout this book. The intense chemistry, devotion, and strength in both of these characters will have you cheering them on – individually and as a couple. I am so hoping that there will be more books in this series.