Charlotte Ferro is about to jump.
Yet nothing ruins a perfectly good suicide attempt worse than a handsome do-gooder. After William O’Reilly convinces her to take one last ride with him, Charlotte finds herself forgetting about her own problems and enjoying a world of which she never dreamed.
Now addicted to the rush of fast cars and cool criminals, Charlotte finds herself leaning less towards the ledge and more toward the arms of her savior. But with reasons of his own for keeping Charlotte safe from herself, William is reluctant to involve her in his criminal undertakings. Will his career choice keep them apart? Will Charlotte’s painful past?
I started out worried that something tragic was going to happen at the very beginning. Those types of books always leave me in a blubbering mess by the end so I was about to get the tissues when William came by and saved me.
Breakdown is about a girl that almost, ALMOST took her life, but an angel - a very sexy one- came to her rescue on that fateful day changing things forever.
William was amazing. Hot only partially covers it. I loved his sense of humor. I guess I felt that I connected to him some with the car and racing. Yes I use to be really involved with the whole car and race thing. Not as much now but there was a day that I would of probably drooled at just the look of his car and the thought of the rev of the engine and the running from the cops could make me cum in my panties. I loved William.
As far as Jumper goes. She was a little harder to digest. I get the beginning. I definitely get the adrenaline rush/junkie. What I had problems with was the occasional times she acted immature. I felt for her, for what she had to go through. No one should have to go through life with all that weighing on her. I'm happy how things turned out.
This is my first book by this author and I enjoyed it. If you like cars and a sad turned to really happy story then this is a great book for you.
About the Author
A native of New Jersey and lifelong nerd, Amanda Lance recently completed her Master in Liberal Arts at Thomas Edison State College after her BA in English Literature and AFA in creative writing. As an avid reader of all genres, some of her favorite authors include Hemingway, Marquis de Sade, Stevenson, Bukowski and Radcliffe.
When she isn’t writing or reading, Amanda can found indulging in film noir or hiking with her other half and their extremely spoiled dog. She is obsessively working on her next book and trying to tame her caffeine addiction.