Where do you go when you can't run away? Lara doesn't trust herself and Morgan can't remember when he trusted anyone. They were sailing smoothly toward each other on a sweet voyage of discovery. Then Morgan got knocked back by a wave of panic from his past that he never got to explain.
A freak encounter with a thousand pound fish leaves Morgan delirious and Lara even more confused. The demons that swirl around his fevered head hint at a hell Lara is afraid to understand. Stuck on a boat with a wounded man she no longer thinks she knows, Lara's convinced she's added another sad page to her book of mistakes.
Sometimes bodies heal much faster than hearts. Morgan's unsettled business with his father pushes him in reckless directions and he sweeps Lara along with him. Wrecked is a story of loss and love among the ruins life can be.
This is a full length novel. It is meant to be listened to following Hooked (Part 1) and before Rescued (Part 3). This is the second audiobook in the Wet serial trilogy. It is an erotic romance told from alternating points of view. Explicit scenes are intended only for adults who enjoy that sort of thing.
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Wrecked - Literally
Definitely. Because it's awesomesauce!
I loved the narration and the way Ross and Kennicott portrayed each of the characters.
I think it was the meeting with his father because it seemed like the beginning of forgiveness and growing up for Morgan.
Sometimes the best things in life come out of being wrecked.
This story had me on the edge from the very first word. I love a good story and this is one of them.
Finding out that a family member though dead is truly alive and finding that you want a relationship with a parent only to have them die before you can tell them that you love them.
I love the characters, all of them. I can't pick just one.
When life is like an ocean, all you can do is hang on.
Kai and Wen do an excellent job of narrating. I feel as if I know the characters just from listening.
- Cheryl Keene