𝑮𝒆𝒕 𝒓𝒆𝒂𝒅𝒚 𝒇𝒐𝒓 𝒂𝒍𝒍 𝒕𝒉𝒆 𝒇𝒆𝒆𝒍𝒔…
Ashton Morgan: Apartment 17B by Aly Stiles is LIVE and FREE with Kindle Unlimited!
Ashton Morgan doesn’t have a chance.
With a young brother and an immature mother to support, he had no choice but to drop out of college to keep his family afloat. But the day his future came crashing down was just the beginning of a tortured journey that won’t let him up for air.
College student Iris Alexander has everything—except the person who’s captured her heart. As the daughter of a billionaire, she understands why the captivating young landscaper is wary of her and her lifestyle. But the harder she tries, the harder he resists. If only she can convince him that he’s the only real treasure in her flashy world.
She needs a purpose.
He needs a lifeline.
They’ll both need each other to survive the present and fight for a future.
*** ARC kindly provided by the author in exchange for an honest review. ***
Ashton Morgan and Iris Alexander came from different worlds and connected immediately.
An angsty and emotional new adult romance that I couldn’t put it down.
The narrative was poignant, raw and powerful. Lively and hard hitting interactions which hit right in the feels.
Iris is the light to Ashton’s dark. Two people from two different worlds. A young man that endured already too much for his age and constantly fighting to keep his brother safe, a roof under their heads, being a brother and a parent at the same time.
A girl with so much kindness and compassion with the ability to make him feel more than he should be. Seeing right through his anger and proving that this strong connection was real.
Someone out of the norm who noticed him in that sea of souls.
I was captivated by every interaction and each moment. This story was pretty intense in the way the main characters connected, feeling deeply and with all their hearts.
There was no pretending, just two people who might have supposed to me but recognized each other. They didn’t have the same experiences in life but they did understand each other.
This was about a story about fighters and survivors. Showing that second chances exist and learning to let people help you without wanting anything in return.
It gave me shivers to my spine, there was such intensity in this story, so many feels!