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Destroyed: Falcon Brothers (Steel Country Book 2) Kindle Edition
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She was able to flip my opinion by opening my eyes to the circumstances and issues that got both Garrett & Juliana to where they were in life. For me this is both a reality check and a humbly experience. It's a reminder that we should NOT judge one another. You never know why someone has done something until you walk in their shoes, face what they've had to face and endure what they've had to endure. I should never assume that just because I've been blessed with a good life that others have had the same opportunities. This world can be cruel and hateful and these characters have been on the receiving end of it in the worst of ways.
As a parent, I find myself asking:
How far would you be willing to go to ensure your child gets what he/she needs?
Just as important is the realization that your past does NOT define you! It may shape you, but it should NEVER define you!
Mags continues to be embedded in my heart with her sage advice.
This story shows an evolution of friends to enemies and back again. Miscommunications or simply lack of communication takes a toll on the Falcon family unit as a whole. Abuse, heartache and tears were unavoidable as I immersed myself in the tangled webs of deceit throughout this book.
Garrett's actions are what some may describe as unacceptable; he's been wronged - in too many ways to count. Perhaps his path took a wrong turn, but regardless of the route he's traveled, it has led him to Falcon's Landing and back to his brothers. His passion is so strong and steadfast. He knows what he wants and he's not afraid to go after it.
Juliana has experienced hurt and heartache with every turn she takes. Yet, she's a fighter and she's not afraid to do what she has to do in order to make things right for her child.
Little Brand stole my heart. He's a go-getter. Kids are resilient but the manner that he takes everything in stride is simply amazing. The confusion and hurt are there, and while he may lack the ability to truly understand it all, what he does give is acceptance. It's heartfelt and heartwarming to what the transformation in his life.
Sometimes you have to hit rock bottom, become completely #Destroyed, in order to find what you've been looking for your whole life!
In the end the kids may 'Steel' the show (from #friendshipseeds to #littlelady, Brand has it covered), but the passion, hurt and healing is what will forever stay in my mind! And of course, Garrett's dirty talking too!
We met Garrett and Juliana in Hammered. I personally didn't like either of them in that book. As usual MJ Fields has made me love them even though I disliked them in the previous book. This book touches on some serious trigger subjects.
“I toss back a few Vicodin, put on my shades, lean back and let those f*&%ing pills take me to a place where I’m numb. A place where I give no f*&%s about my brother who can do no wrong. A place where I don't see disappointment in my mother’s and father’s eyes. A place where there are no secrets. A place where there is no pain. A place where the damned have a reprieve, the broken feel whole, and no one puts hands on anyone who doesn't want it. Numb”
This particular passage struck a cord with me. I think at times we all look for something to numb us. Some for just a little while and others for years.
Garrett and Juliana have each lived in their own hell. Doing what they think is best for their son. Brandon. When everything comes to a head can they all put the ugliness behind them and become a family and learn to respect and love each other and their faults.
I don't know how MJ Fields could write so well that I was crying for Juliana. I loathed her in Hammered. When I found out Destroyed was about her and Garrett I thought, "wait, what?! How can she be the heroine. She is a beast for what she did to Gage". I don't know why I'm surprised that MJ's writing made me fall for Juliana and Garrett. I love all of her books, starting with the Steel men and this is no different.
The crap that Garrett and Juliana were dealt is awful. They were so young, scarred, and pessimistic. This time around they fight for Brand. They fight for a better life then they had. Destroyed is an amazing book and I cannot wait for Wasted. One Click this bad boy and then go back and one click everything else MJ Fields has written. You will not be disappointed.
MJ Fields, thank you for sharing your talent. You weave a story together so well. I'm in awe of your talent and so happy you share it with us
I absolutely and wholeheartedly fell in love with Garrett and Juliana in this story even though I went in wanting to slap him and HATING her.
I won't sugar coat it for you... Garrett and Juliana's story was Fng heartbreaking, but it was more than that. More than once I found myself laughing out loud at the antics and banter of the amazing cast of characters we have met throughout all of the Steel books. It was also hott as h**l. Trust me, that's definitely worth mentioning ;)
Everyone who played a part in this story was fantastic but I want to give special props to Mj Fields for Brand. That little boy was a breath of fresh air and completely hilarious. I'm telling you, I think this kid officially wears the crown.
Once again, MJ Fields brings to life an incredibly beautiful, emotional and heartfelt story that leaves you aching for more.
A "No Question" five star for me!!