DESTROY ME is book one in the New Adult romance Crystal Gulf Series.
Bach lives his life with honesty and without restraints, happy to be known as a sexy as all hell, unapologetic asshole.
When he drinks, he drinks hard.
When he wants a woman, he makes sure she knows it.
When he opens his mouth, it’s either to piss someone off or to turn someone on.
You can normally find him with one hand on a bottle and one hand on a woman, trying to forget his past.
Harley Evans is a twenty-one-year-old year old college student. She’s a good girl who fell hard for Dylan, who’d promised her forever. But Dylan, Bach’s best buddy, lied.
He enlisted in the Army, crushing Harley with equal parts anger and sadness. She’d already lost her father to that choice. Heartbroken, she falls back into depression.
Stuck in Crystal Gulf all summer with little to do, Harley needs a distraction. Enter Bach, sexy as f*#ck distraction, ready and willing.
Dylan’s not all bad though. Before he left, he asked Bach to watch out for Harley, knowing she’d never go for a guy like Bach. She’s too good for him. Too good for anyone.
But Dylan was wrong. He never should have left them together. Bach is there to pick up the pieces Dylan left behind. Soon pieces aren’t enough. He wants more, needs more Harley.
DESTROY ME is dark, sexy, heartbreaking, and intoxicating.
This book had me hanging on the edge of my seat, I really couldn’t get enough and once this book had finished, it felt like it wasn’t enough. I formed a little crush on Bach and I loved Harley’s character. It was such a good read!
Harley and Len’s conversation.
“I like the ice cube and the ice cream. But the ice cube is a lying, cheating bastard and the ice cream makes me want to lick it off the sidewalk. He’s that dirty, Len.”
Bach to Harley.
“Dylan can’t have it. He can’t have something that’s mine.”
Bach and Hillary’s talk.
“Yes, thank you. Do you have any kids?” she asks, stepping inside.“No. But I love trying.” She frowns at me.
The song that suits this book is ‘Once Upon A Time by Mariahlynn.’
I rate this book 4 stars.