Jay McLean is an international best-selling author and full-time reader, New Adult and Young Adult romance,
When she’s not doing any of those things, she can be found running after her three little boys, investing way too much time on True Crime Documentaries and binge-watching reality TV. She writes what she loves to read, which are books that can make her laugh, make her hurt and make her feel.
Jay lives in the suburbs of Melbourne, Australia, in her dream home where music is loud and laughter is louder.
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*** ARC kindly provided by the author in exchange for an honest review ***
I’ve been blown away by this final installment.
In Destructive, the net is closing for all the main characters, showing a complex web of relationships, how each detail counts and progressively settling an explosive but nonetheless destructive ending.
I was glad to read all the books in one sitting because I wouldn’t have been so patient.
In that time, appearances were totally deceiving, giving me the whole picture. It was like all the pieces connected, intriguing me more than ever.
I couldn’t stop until I’ve reached the end, but at what cost?
The combative series is definitely a series to read about. If I was a bit conflicted about the second book but it only solidified my love for Nate. A character that truly got my attention, and I saw another side of Bailey that made me fall in love with her as well. A couple that took my breath away.
Even with all the characters involved, I wasn’t lost into the storyline, showing the author’s ability to make the readers navigate into this sea of emotional, passionate and engaging story.
I really hope that one of the characters, Nate’s BFF, would have at one moment, his story, because Tiny was one memorable supportive character who never failed to be the rock the main characters needed. It takes time to make it grow and hopefully I got the chance to read all the books in a row because I would have lost my mind if I had to wait between each book.
The story was subsequently executed, with a great build-up, where characters are not spared from this violence that consumed and almost destroying them.
And that ending… damn my freaking heart!