Emily wasn't very likeable at first. She is deep in the midst of alcohol abuse and all that comes with it. She is horribly judgy and on the road to ruin. Even after something awful happens I didn't see the turn in her just yet. She hadn't hit that bottom. Don't get me wrong. I ended up liking her after awhile. Mostly when she revealed all that was her under the mask of who she'd become. Now I did love Reece from the beginning. This broken man knows what he wants, but can't get past the guilt that eats at him. Then they find each other. I enjoyed their story.
I give Seared On My Soul 4 hearts!
About the Book
She’s so young, so full of life…
I couldn’t let her die…
Even if she made the world’s worst coffee.
Emily Garret never asked to be rescued, let alone by a walking JCrew ad whose idea of fun is probably managing his stock portfolio and watching the nightly news. Then again, she never thought she would wind upside-down in a ditch after a night having a little too much fun.
Reece Montgomery never planned on being anyone’s hero, especially the foul-mouthed, bleach-blonde barista from the local coffee shop. He thinks there’s more to Emily than her tattoos, and lip ring, but getting close means letting her into his past and meeting his ghosts.
And he’s not sure she’s ready for that battlefield.
About the Author
At seventeen Cole found herself homeless with only a beat-up Volkswagen Jetta and a bag of Goodwill clothing to her name. The only things that got her through the nights she spent parked in truck stops and cornfields were the stacks of books she checked out from the library along with her trusty flashlight. Because of the reprieve these books gave her from her troubles, Cole vowed to become a writer so she could provide the same escape to readers who needed a break the reality of their own lives.