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- Print Length: 464 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1532853254
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Ever After, LLC (May 3, 2016)
- Publication Date: May 3, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01EW37OM2
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #71,678 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Arrow Woodison had it all until he met Mia Mendez. From that day forward his life changed in drastic measures. Popularity, football, and wealth could not keep his life from spinning out of control. It could not keep his heart from falling in love with his best friend, Brogan Barrett's, girlfriend Mia Mendez. Falling in love with Mia was the beginning of a nightmare that would forever scar his soul. It would destroy his future prospects in professional football. He would lose his best friend. It would almost destroy his relationship with his father. Most of all it would change how he perceived himself as a man. He let his life spin out of control and now he is paying the price. He is living with guilt, remorse, heartbreak, and hopelessness. The only thing that remains the same is his love for Mia Mendez. He may not have the power to change her heart but he does have the power to help her heal from the damage he has caused in her life. He is determined to help her live her life once more and move on from the destruction he has caused in her life.
Mia Mendez is struggling to get by. Her father is a drunk. Her brother that was a convicted felon and drug addict is dead. Her mother abandoned the family when they needed her the most. It would seem that all of her family's problems revolve around the actions of the Woodison family. Mia is a smart girl and knows there are two sides to every story. She also knows deep down the Woodison family is not responsible for her family's downfall. She has taken a job as the Woodison family's nanny in order to support her father and get back in school. It doesn't matter if she is head over heels in love with Arrow Woodison. She has to let go of those feelings because those feelings destroyed Brogan Barrett, the man she should have loved with all her heart. She destroyed a good man. Her betrayal caused her brother's death. She died right along with him.
Love can be the best thing in life but it can also be the one thing that destroys everything good in life. Mia and Arrow are learning that life goes on even though their hearts were destroyed.
An undeniable love. A horrific accident. Deep hidden secrets will change not only Mia and Arrow's life but also every person they hold dear.
Lexi Ryan wrote a fantastic book! I was glued to the pages. I connected with all of the characters. I can't wait to see what comes next!
Read Spinning Out by Lexi Ryan!
This story was extremely intense and made me feel all the feels! It was actually much more powerful than I expected, though I shouldn’t have been surprised since Lexi always makes me feel!
We meet Mia.“She’s not living. She’s surviving.” After going through more than any one person should have to endure she is just going through the motions and doing the best she can.
Until he came home…
Arrow. I adored him. Even when he was cold, I understood where he was coming from.
“This nightmare my life has become – having her so close and knowing she can’t ever be mine. This isn’t heaven or hell. It’s f***ing purgatory.”
The connection between these two was electric! You could feel it through the pages.
I enjoyed every minute of this story and cannot wait Chris’ story next! I hope we get a Bailey/Mason story too! (4.5 stars)
These two have a torrid past and so many things have stood in their way. Mia's heart belongs to Brogan, but in so many ways he's gone. Arrow is on a downward spiral and stuck living in the room next to Mia while he deals with his own demons. The only thing saving him is seeing how she's a walking zombie dealing with her own sadness and regret and his goal is to make her live again. I loved how this book kept going from the past to the present so we got little tidbits of the history between these two and were able to piece together what exactly happened that made everything so hard for them to be together.
I loved Arrow's character and my heart broke for him over and over again. He deserved so much more than what he went through in this book. He did some stupid things, but when all was said and done, I truly understood why he did what he did and even though it's not something that he should have done, it makes sense. He truly loves Mia and I wished that he could have gotten her in the beginning and saved everyone all the heartache they all went through.
Mia on the other hand.. I wish she would have been stronger throughout this book and followed her heart more instead of what she thought was the right thing to do. I think ultimately it would have saved a lot of pain and heartache as well. I know she did what she thought was right, and in the end I don't think it would have changed anything, but I think it would have spared her, Brogan and Arrow a lot of pain.
This story does have quite a few twists and turns, but at some points it is predictable and if you pay attention enough, you can figure it all out. I hated how it all played out and how people were used as pawns to cover things up, but some people don't see past their own self, and don't care who gets hurt in the aftermath. I laughed, I cried and my heart hurt with these characters. I really enjoyed this book and I am definitely looking forward to getting the stories of the rest of the Blackhawk Boys after meeting them in this book. This was the perfect beginning to a series and I can't wait to see what Lexi Ryan has in store for us next with this series. I really hope we get to see more of Arrow and Mia in upcoming books in the series, because I just wasn't ready to say goodbye to them!