Life can be scary at times. Sometimes you just don’t know how to deal with the scary that life has handed you – so it’s best to turn everyone away. “Jay” does this after her world is turned upside down during her sophomore year of high school. She quits talking to her friends and family and breaks up with her long-time boyfriend. She meets Kane and her world sort of turns back up right. Only to have it break completely off it’s axis.
This story has a lot of twists and turns in it. Some you can see coming a mile away. A few that take you by surprise. I never like to give too much detail in my reviews because I’m telling you how much I like the book but I never want to give the story away and ruin it for you. There is death, drug abuse, and depression in this book – obviously if you cannot handle reading about these topics these books are not for you. Might I suggest Debbie MacComber, Susan Mallery, or Fern Michaels to you instead? 🙂 They’re really are worth the read. I got them for $0.99 each on Amazon.com.
Eighteen year old Jay Stevenson is living a horrible nightmare.
Two years ago, she had the world in the palm of her hand, but in one moment, it was ruined. Secrets, lies, and the worst imaginable betrayal haunt her new reality. Burying her problems under a cold façade seems to be the only way to cope until it all catches up with her. Soon, she loses control of the lonely world she built around her, and the past, present, and future collide.
Three guys are there when it all comes crashing down: JT, the perfect boyfriend she never wanted to give up; Rhye, the local bad boy “rock star” who made her forget the past; and Kane, the funny and sweet tattooed bartender who wants her future.
Secrets must be kept. Choices must be made. Is it possible to move forward while still chained to the wicked vices of the past?
Recommended for readers 17+ due to sexual situations, violence, and language.
For a girl who dared to tempt death, living is the only promise that matters now.
Jay’s life almost came to a forced end when her darkest secrets were revealed and the one who she chose to give her future to was ripped away. Now, everything she kept hidden is the topic of everyone’s conversation, and not all are sympathetic. Someone wants her horrific past to dictate her future, and another is determined to help her choose a different path.
In conclusion to Ruining Me, Kane and Rhye know that Jay is worth the fight, but waiting for her to find herself may ruin them all.