September 11, 2014

Breakdown by Amanda Lance

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?

5 Stars 

Let me start off my saying Damn Amanda thank you for creating William god I love you for ever and ever he is one hell of a character! 

This book at first had Charlotte on the verge of breaking completely breaking and William whom has his own demons comes along and saves her. It is raw emotion good and bad! I felt the pain they both had once felt, but I also felt the love it was so well written to the point you were right there with them! Charlotte needs to fix herself before she can break anymore. I don't think she could she was already broken down so far. William fixes her and makes her whole again William isn't whole himself he has some broken parts. but he would do anything to fix Charlotte and together they are beautiful!

This book wasn't anything like I thought it was going to be and I actually read it twice before I decided to write my review, because it really was that good and touched me to the core! Job well done Amanda loved it!! 
Amanda Lance 
I’m a twenty-four year old writer and reader of all things interesting. I was a creative writing major at Warren County Community College. I then went on to Thomas Edison State College where I completed my BA in English and my master’s in liberal arts, respectively. Now, I live in Easton, PA with my other half and our spoiled dog, Chance (also known as “go away” and “what did you do?”).