Wrecked by Emily Snow
You can’t wait to see where this rollercoaster of angst and emotions lead to but you need to stay on this ride to find out.
Two years ago, Evie’s sister died, leaving her lost. Last year, Evie exposed her dad’s affairs, finished ripping apart her relationship with her longtime boyfriend, and completely ruined her music scholarship. But today, she’s reinventing herself.
Desperate to break away from all the destruction she’s caused, Evie is ready to start over… for her sister, who never even had a chance, and for herself. Then Rhys, her new voice instructor, happens. He’s gorgeous and insanely talented, but he’s also a part of the dark past Evie is trying to overcome.
Rhys’s brother is the reason why her life went up in flames, the reason why Lily, Evie’s sister, is dead. But even though Rhys is the last person Evie should ever want, for the first time in two years, wrecking things seems… right
Review by Jamie Rhodes:
I like to leave reviews in a way that I would want to read a review of the book so here it goes. First of all, this is a stand alone book. No cliffhanger. We only get one point of view. We see the story through Evie’s eyes. This story had me in knots.
Rhys will make you fall in love with him. He is so sweet and patient. Evie was a bit difficult for me to understand. To be honest I didn’t even like her most of the time. I understand that she is struggling majorly with her sister’s death, but she is rude and gruff to most people in the book. There are times were we see her true self come out instead of the character that wrecks everything.
I wouldn’t have liked her very much if I had met her. Emily Snow does a good job of making me like Evie in the end. To me this story is more about Evie and how she is coping and surviving than about Evie and Rhys. There are Evie and Rhys moments, but I feel like there are more parts with them apart than together.
There is a mystery that surrounds Rhys, Evie, Evie’s sister, and Rhys’ brother. We know that there is a connection, but we don’t know the connection until later in the book. Evie recognizes Rhys, but Rhys doesn’t know who Evie is.
That makes for a bit of drama. Read the book to see who wrecks who and why.
Review by Elizabeth Clinton:
What can I say but Emily Snow does not disappoint once again this book was once again was simply Fantastic. This is the story of Evie a young woman going through a lot of emotional turmoil in her life due to the death of her sister. And Rhys a music teacher and bartender with a lot of his own family secrets.
When Rhys and Emily meet the chemistry is off the charts immediately but when past issues arise you are rooting for them to get through them and can’t wait to see where this rollercoaster of angst and emotions lead to but you need to stay on this ride to find out.
If you are looking for a book that will definitely pull at your heart strings this is definitely one you do not want to pass up.