My Remedy by Stacey Wallace Benefiel
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
I was completely convinced that I would not want to read a book about the train wreck of a girl that played such a pivotal role in the previous book of the series. Having loved the couple in book 2 so very much, I held a little bit of a grudge. I admit it. Lucky for me, the author spectacularly proved me wrong. This book hooked me just like the rest and reminded me that I should always give people to benefit of the doubt. Oh, and it also taught me a lot about CrossFit.
Izzy was really a train wreck (that part I got right). She’s been in and out of rehab since an early age and none of it appears to have stuck. Her aunt and uncle are her last chance at staying clean and having a somewhat normal life. Getting away from it all appears to be working for Izzy until some hookup shenanigans put her into some hot water. Some good comes from it, though, in the form of Duncan. Duncan is a CrossFit trainer, bar manager, and ex-military police. On paper, it looks like these two would never get along, but somehow they just fit.
Don’t worry, there is plenty more drama than that. There is a heap up misunderstandings, horrible choices, and destructive behavior. Between the two of them, they make just about every mistake in the book. Despite all this craziness, they still get a pretty awesome happy ending.
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