Review: Wreck by Ginger Scott

☆☆➹⁀☆ 4 stars ☆➹⁀☆☆

About the Book:

When Dustin Bridges left Camp Verde to try to make it on his own, he left half his heart behind. A life with Hannah Judge was just too dangerous. A mountain of chaos and violence was always aiming for the target on Dustin’s back, and that made giving up the only person he ever loved feel necessary.

But impossible isn’t a word Dustin believes in. Defying odds is what he’s good at. It’s how he’s survived. And when fate calls him home, he sees it as his chance to take back his girl, to make his heart whole and to put his makeshift family back together.

Just one thing. That family? And more importantly, that girl? They want nothing to do with him.

When Dustin left Hannah without a word, he broke a promise. More than that, he broke a bond. He broke Hannah. The life she saw in her future was gone in a blink, and in its place she grew a heart of stone and a craving for danger.

But isn’t danger what Dustin Bridges is really all about?

*Burn completes their love story in their mid 20s. Coming July 30th.

My Thoughts:

Wreck is the second book in Ginger Scott’s Fuel series. It is a classic act two of a three act play. Tommy, Hannah and Dustin’s young naivety from book 1, Shift, is gone. It’s four years later and a lot has happened. As with most second-acts, Wreck is about the set up to the story’s denouement.

Dustin is back to handle his late father’s affairs as well as deal with a few demons. Naturally, that throws him back in the path of his old friends, acquaintances and Hannah, who never really got over him. Dustin is quickly given an opportunity to make amends and become a positive figure in the future of Camp Verde. However, that opportunity comes not only with a high price tag but also with some risky business arrangements.

I loved getting more of the Eat My Dust team. Ms. Scott’s excellent writing never ceases to amaze me. The creepy antagonist hiding in sheep’s clothing as a supportive colleague had me on edge. Wreck wrung my heart dry, and left me dangling from a steep cliff…and thankfully, I don’t have too long to wait for what I’m sure will be an amazing series conclusion.

Purchase Links:

Shift (1): 

Wreck (2): 

Burn (3):

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