New Release and Review for Wrecked by J.B. Salsbury

When you can’t trust yourself, how can you ask anyone else to?
It’s been months since Aden Colt left the Army, and still the memories haunt him. When he moved into a tiny boat off the California coast, he thought he’d found the perfect place to escape life. Then Sawyer shows up and turns his simple life upside down. Beautiful and sophisticated, she seems out of place in this laid-back beach town. Something is pushing her to experience everything she can—including Aden. But as much as he wants her, starting a relationship with Sawyer puts them both at risk. For Aden, the past doesn’t stay there; it
shows up unexpectedly, uncontrollably, and doesn’t care whose life it wrecks.

Wrecked is the new standalone novel of deliciously dark, deeply emotional contemporary romance from J.B. Salsbury, the New York Times bestselling author of Split and The Fighting Series.
When Sawyer’s sister died, she had one wish: that Sawyer live life to the fullest. Now Sawyer is giving into her fate with the flip of a coin – heads or tails? Searching for her flight at the airport, Sawyer bumps into a handsome stranger…and suddenly fate doesn’t seem so scary.
Aden Colt is ticking time bomb. After leaving the Marines, unpredictable flashbacks, a hair-trigger temper, and paranoia make adjusting to civilian life hell. But he can’t seem to keep his distance from Sawyer. Even the best intentions can’t rid a soul of its scars, and between the two of them, Sawyer and Aden have more than their share of wounds…

Wrecked by J.B. Salsbury
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Two people who are very badly damaged by tragic circumstances meet and their quirks and flaws end up creating a healing bond between them.

Sawyer Elizabeth Forrester is a twin. She and her sister Celia may look identical but they couldnt be more different. Sawyer has always lived a safe and conservative life and suffers from a bit of OCD. Celia on the other hand has always been a free spirit – she left home at 18 to see the world and experience all that she could. When the book starts Celia is dying from brain cancer. On her death bed she asks Sawyer to go San Diego to pretend to be her and collect her things along with make her friend believe she is ok. As Sawyer is of the tightly wound personality this is a huge struggle for her. When she gets to her sister beach cottage and has to seek out the owner for the key she meets a hard drinking surly man who is as far from her type but yet she cant stop thinking about him.

Aden Colt is a Marine who led his team on a mission where they were betrayed and everyone but him was killed. He suffers not only from PTSD but also from devastating grief on the loss of his team and friends. He came back to the states and took over running his Uncle’s cottages. He lives on his uncles boat and spends most of his days fishing, drunk and having meaningless sex. He had heard about and seen pictures of Celia from his uncle but when he meets Celia (Sawyer) she is nothing like what he’s heard about.

Even though Sawyer and Aden’s have a clash of personalities when they meet they are strangely attracted to each other and spend 2 weeks together until tragedy tears them apart again.

This was a story of is love strong enough to heal two people so immersed in their own grief that they weren’t really living until they found each other.


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New York Times bestselling author JB Salsbury spends her days lost in a world of budding romance and impossible obstacles. Her love of good storytelling led her to earn a degree in Media Communications. Since 2013 she has published six bestselling novels in The Fighting Series and won a RONE Award. JB Salsbury lives with her husband and two kids in Phoenix, Arizona
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