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COAST (Kick Push 2) – by Jay McLean
Series: The Road #3, Kick Push #2
Release Date: June 7, 2016
One life-changing summer.
The boy who offered me safe touches and heart-stopping smiles – smiles he shared with his son.
We filled our days with porch-step kisses,
filled our ears with laughter,
filled our hearts with love.
Deep, soul-aching, desperate love.
But love is misleading.
It’s an invisible, fleeting moment.
Somewhere between false adoration and pure hatred comes an emotion, a vulnerable need, a single desire.
It lives within the ones who miss it, who crave it,
who know better than to expect it.
Love is relentless.
Even when that love turns to hate, turns to loathing,
turns to pain.
Love should heal you.
But it can also break you.
Believe me, I know…
Because I’m Becca Owens – a broken girl…
…And he’s Josh Warden – the boy who broke me.
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Jay is an avid reader, writer, and most of all, procrastinator. When she’s not doing any of those things, she can be found running after her two little boys, or devouring some tacky reality TV show. She writes what she loves to read, which are books that can make her laugh, make her smile, make her hurt, and make her feel. For publishing rights (Foreign & Domestic) Film, or television, please contact her agent, Erica Spellman-Silverman, at Trident Media Group.
I gave to this book a sky full of stars! 5 stars aren’t enough!
Coast was an emotional ride again. From the beginning my heart was already hurting but in awe of Jay McLean’s writing. The power of words here was striking, sizzling and definitely straight to heart. You could almost feel it in your bones.
This book is not a standalone and if you want to fully enjoy Josh and Becca’s story, you need to read Kick Push. For the ones who read it, there’s no turning back. You had to see where these two were landing, a HEA or the inevitable heartbreak?
The author sets the bar very high, emotionally and kept going on higher throughout the story.A way to convey feelings in a very deep way, making my heart burst and race.
Becca was still trying to survive, to be free from her intern prison, her own insecurities and fears that kept her trapped in a prison where she could no longer get her voice known.Just tearing. Revealing again bad and traumatic memories about Becca’s past tore my heart.
She was brave, struggling with her demons.
Josh is my favorite guy. I love his pure heart, his love for his family, especially with Becca’s grandmother, his interactions with his son. His flaws made him so … Wow!! He was such a beautiful soul determined to get his girl back. Despite all the heartbreak, the painful experiences he also had to go through, he was standing. Be a father and follow his dreams. A famous pro-skater, with everyone who wanted a piece of him. But the only he wanted was the one who couldn’t have yet.
This book was brilliant, writing in a way consumed me. I was hooked from the first words and get to the flow.
Sometimes you need to crush in order to coast. There was a lot to overcome, strong walls to break, but the healing process of Josh and Becca as a couple but also as individuals without the feeling to depend on only each other but to work together was stellar.
What about Tommy? Cutest boy ever. Definitely a keeper. I loved how they interacted together, a beautiful and deep connexion.
I might ignore everything around me, completely transported into Becca and Josh’s minds. The scars were running deep. I was stunned by all the sincerity, gut-wrenching moments. Don’t worry, you’re gonna smile, you’re gonna swoon but mostly you’re gonna heal to the rhythm of their incredible story.
The pieces of their shattered hearts were progressively reunited with time and a lot of work. It was challenging. Love can definitely conquers all. This book was everything. Thank you Jay McLean!