Roxy Garrison found herself in a world she never thought she could possibly be involved in. A world that broke every rule she ever followed. Roxy liked to live outside of the social norm, but one thing she would never tolerate was drugs. Her small family spiraled out of control after losing her mother to cancer, and her father numbed his grief by getting high; his addiction was out of control. Any semblance of home she had was ripped away which drove Roxy to leave everything behind for a new life in the city. She never expected to find herself living with a drug dealer and working for him as his personal driver. Drug deal after drug deal pushed Roxy to her limit. In a world that strips people of their dignity and self-respect, Roxy found a love so fierce that she turned away from all of her morals and lost every part of who she once was.
Blair is all kinds of wrong for her. He’s the son of the dealer she’s driving for, and he’s dealing himself. But sometimes falling into what is wrong for you is subtle and sly, until you find yourself submerged in the mar. A trip home, and a reunion with old friends and family, have Roxy second guessing her new life.
OMG! I seriously think Blair is my new book boyfriend. How can a bad guy be so right? Roxy is a strong character, but I think Kay Lindy did an amazing job showing that sometimes even strong people can become trapped in their own struggles, and can’t see how far they fall. I liked Jack, the sweet guy from Roxy’s past trying to pull her into the light, but I LOVED Blair. Forewarning, there is a cliffhanger at the end, and I’m patiently waiting to read it!! I love finding new authors, and Kay Lindy is becoming a new favorite for me. I’m giving this book 4.5 stars and please hurry with the next book!!