Mari J’s Reviews > Ruin

Ruin by Rachel Van DykenKiersten Rowe has been barely living her life for the past two years. Completely reeling in her pain from a tragic loss, this sweet and innocent girl has a hard time just getting through the day. Who knew it would take a cocky, sexy and absolutely mouth-watering senior to be able to reach through her defenses and teach her to live again.

Rachel Van Dyken did not give me what I was expecting. The storyline was nothing I could have predicted. It was simply a beautiful journey that I was sad to see come to an end. RUIN packs a powerful punch of emotions. It is real. It is raw. It is powerful. I laughed as much as I cried. And, by the end, I completely understood that no matter what curve balls life decides to throw at you, it is ultimately in your hands as to how you deal and live. This book is an incredible journey. So much more than I was expecting. I love it when that happens!

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