Elle was never broken.
She wasn't shattered.
And she sure as hell never needed to be saved.
until she found out what the aftermath of love was capable of causing.
Doing her best to stay afloat amidst the sh!t storm that has become her life, Elle is hanging on by a thread. Between worrying about Fernie’s precarious future, an incident with a Shemar Moore look-alike gone terribly wrong, and an inability to let go of her feelings for J, Elle just can’t seem to get her head straight.
Deciding a change of atmosphere is what she needs, Elle heads to Mexico to study abroad for a semester.
She has no idea that she is walking into an even worse storm.
One that involves a pissed off MC President, a ruthless drug cartel, and a man willing to die to have her light.
About the Author
Emily is a Midwestern Gal, but could be anywhere as you read this. She gypsy's the country, as well as south of the border. Adventure feeds her soul, and offers great writing material. She loves kids and working with kids, but can only handle caring for four-legged furry friends. A crazy dog and laid back cat have trained her to be their partner in life. Vices include Swedish Fish, ignoring chores in favor of reading, and caring too much for people in her life. She chose to write this bio in third person as she is an Aries, and found writing in first person ended up with her writing an excessively long life story. Aries like to talk about themselves. It is something Emily is working on being more mindful of.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
While elle spends most of this book heartbroken, J spends it making plans. Her heartbreak is written in a way most of us can relate to. The ending is great, almost a happy ending but we aren't quite there yet. I'm loving this series. I will continute reading Ecks books
Like this series was a little put off with the drugs and casual acceptance of killing
Ok before you even think of reading this you have to read Steel and Ice and J Speaks, unless you do you will miss so much, no doubly you will enjoy the story as it is very well told but you won't enjoy it as much as you should. The third in the series and just wait there is more to come and yes before you ask it is another one, another cliffhanger that has us trying to turn pages that aren't there to find out what happens next. Once again seen through the eyes of Elle but with a much greater appreciation of J after reading J Speaks, we are once again caught up in a world so different but that becomes so real, the characters so alive that you really are part of the action. Elle is really struggling after the events of S&I and who could blame her, Chris her BFF is being wonderful but knowing how much Elle loves her space it's not long before she is on her own, but what about J with what he did, Chris so mad at him and not letting him near Elle, and Elle not sure what she wants. This book is really about finding yourself after you've lost yourself due to events beyond your control, can you ever go back to the person you once were or do you change and evolve. Elle is not sure she can't seem to get back on her feet, but the kids at the centre are the ones she finds really help her, playing messenger between Fernie and Genesis and reading their letters help her to better understand her relationship with J. Josè becomes a much larger character as the story progresses and I found myself wondering about his intent at times. Aaron is back with all his large gestures and Larry who can't seem to get past his crush. J while in Elle's thoughts is not as physically present as he is trying to break free to be able to be with Elle without the black cloud hanging over him, easier said than done, but oh my when he is with Elle is not only hot and steamy but oh so sincere and if I hadn't already fallen for him I would again in this instalment as he fights for their love to survive. This is a series that I probably wouldn't have read but I am so glad that I have it has opened my eyes and helped me to understand people who I may very well have simply judged in the past, if a book can help us understand others and helps to make us more tolerant of differences then it is doing a wonderful job and if in doing this we are being swept up and entertained then the author has indeed earned the right to be called a writer. I cannot wait for the next instalment and will be hovering with my one cluck finger to get it as soon as it becomes available. I received a free copy for an honest review.