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If I could say one thing about this book, one thing that would convince you to read it, that thing would be "Wes Michals." The story is wonderful, so is Kiersten, and so are the secondary characters, Gabe and Lisa, but Wes Michals is a guy that stands out about other guys, a guy that stands out among book boyfriends everywhere, and he totally makes this books.
Kiersten is a freshman in her first year at college. She is a beautiful girl, even if she doesn't realize it. She has also had a very hard time as the result of a tragedy in her life, something that has left her scarred emotionally, something that has almost wrecked her, something that has sent her into the pits of depression so deep sometimes she didn't know if she could make it out......until she meets Wes Michals. Wes is a senior, the all-star quarterback, oh so very hot, charming, and oh so swoon-worthy. Wes Michals also ends up being the light that brings Kiersten out of her pit of darkness. Wes normally doesn't date, especially freshman, but there is just something about this girl that captivated him from the moment he met her, something he just can't resist, despite the secret that he is living with and the future that secret holds for him. Sometimes though, love and miracles go hand in hand........
I loved Ruin, absolutely loved it. The story itself will make you smile, swoon, cry, laugh, and leave you completely sated by the end. Wes and Kiersten's story is heartbreakingly beautiful and I just loved it. The secondary characters, namely Gabe, were also fantastic and Gabe kind of stole my heart to. His story is next in the series and I loved it as well. I love Rachel Van Dyken's writing and she has done an outstanding job of creating a contemporary romance that will captivate you. Ruin is one of those books you will remember for a long time and I am so glad I took the time to read/listen to it.
Narrated By Eileen Stevens, Stephen Bel Davies
I really enjoyed the audio of the books, but the narrator for Wes though he was a good narrator, sounded like an old man, way too old to be Wes. That didn't deter my enjoyment of the book, but I would have definitely picked someone with a younger voice. The narrator for Kiersten was great though.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
I liked the story. It was cute. However, I absolutely hated when the male narrator read. He sounded like he was 60 years old instead of the young, hot college student the character was supposed to be. The female should have just done the entire book. Otherwise, it was a cute love story.
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