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Stolen Course (Wrecked and Ruined Book 2) by [Martinez, Aly]
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About the Author

Born and raised in Savannah, Georgia, Aly Martinez is a stay-at-home mom to four crazy kids under the age of five-including a set of twins. Currently living in Chicago, she passes what little free time she has reading anything and everything she can get her hands on, preferably with a glass of wine at her side. Visit her at alymartinez.com.

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  • File Size: 3421 KB
  • Print Length: 259 pages
  • Publisher: Aly Martinez (May 18, 2014)
  • Publication Date: May 18, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00KF2SCWQ
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #174,235 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Stolen Course was a very well written book and kept my interest. Emma is a confident heroine who was refreshing to read. I also like how Jesse and Brett were woven into the story. You start to anticipate a big plot twist and the direction it may go, but it is still a very engaging read watching it unfold.

What made it a 3 star and not 5 star read for me is Caleb. He is too much of a self indulgent hothead for me to emotionally invest in his and Emma's outcome. It felt like he was in denial with his relationship with Manda, and lived over 5 years consumed with a grief that turned into obsession. How he treated Sarah after the accident was beyond terrible. He also fought cheap (with Brett and Emma), and would verbally slice people he supposedly care about in arguments (because it's just the guy he is). I also thought Emma was too much of a doormat and it was a stretch to know why she loved Caleb (beyond him being a smoking hot, well endowed, and tattooed...which she clearly appreciates and expressed often...it just seemed too superficial and more lust than love). I do not think Emma should have stayed with him until he sorted himself out. His hotheaded behavior leads to a major plot point, and he takes no responsibility for it. I find him to be a hypocrite considering how he treated Sarah for over 5 years. Caleb was certainly marred and drowning in grief, but his behavior towards others exceeded emotional abuse and he gave me very little to empathize or care much for. Despite his grandiose gestures at a few final points, he already lost me based on his day-to-day behavior and insincere show of forgiveness and change.
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"My eyes never leave the body that used to house my soulmate."

4 1/2 Stars! I loved this book. I loved the plot, the twists, the heartache, the FEELS, and the character's. There is a lot packed into this gem. This is the follow up to Changing Course, but can be read as a standalone.

Detective Caleb Jones, is a tortured soul. He lost his girlfriend, Manda Baker to a car accident. One, where who caused the accident is in question in everyone's mind, except his. He knows in his gut, it was Sarah Erickson driving the car that fateful evening. And he HATES her for it...because not only did she kill Manda, Sarah survived. He is weighed down with such sorrow and hatred that it consumes him. He knows what he must do, and that is prove Sarah was the driver of the car that stole Manda from him and destroy her.

Emma Erickson, is back in her sister, Sarah's life, and is the only person left who cares about her. She is determined to be a part of her life and help her get passed the tragedy that took Sarah's life right along with Manda's. She knows it isn't going to be easy, especially given the fact that Sarah is suffering a head injury and is a changed person.

Oh, and ya, she is in love with the man who has vowed to destroy her sister. Although she doesn't know that. What she does know is that he hates Sarah.

EMMA "At this junction in time, I happen to believe neither one of us will be left standing when this ends."
CALEB "Well, I've been on my knees for a long time, Emmy. I'm ready to f*ng stand again, even if it means I have to fall when this ends."

Caleb needs saving, and needs to move on, but is Emma, with her sister's baggage the one to help him?

"I just can't figure out how to let go of the past and embrace the future. I feel like I'm nailed down. The world keeps passing me by, but I'm rooted without any way to let go."
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I experienced a lot of different feelings while reading this book, not a typical reaction for me. This feelings included being sad, happy, anxious, irritated, and relieved. Also there were a few times I laughed. One feeling I never experienced was boredom and to me that meant the author did a good job.

Regarding the characters, while I understood Caleb's anger, I felt like he held on to it too long. Also he owed one of the characters something and was disappointed that he never gave it to him/her. ( I am trying to avoid giving spoilers which is why I am being vague). To be honest, I always prefer my heroes to love the heroines more than they did anyone else in their lives, including former/deceased girlfriends and wives. That was not the case in this story. I felt like he loved both his deceased wife and the heroine equally. Emma the heroine was understanding about this including what was on his body. Again, being vague. I would not be so understanding, it would bother me.

I thought Emma was a very likable and balanced person. To use a Goldilocks and 3 bears reference, she is just right. She is beautiful but she is not vain. By the same token, does not have a low self esteem, which seems to be the case with a lot of heroines, not matter how good they look. She was not a scared virgin. She had prior relationships. By the same token, she did not sleep around either. She was not perfect. She would get crabby like everyone else but it was never excessive. She was flexible but stood her ground when she needed to. She was a good friend to both men and women. I thought Caleb was lucky to get her. He had a lot of baggage but she handled it well.

I did not read the first book in the series and was easily able to follow what was going on in this book.
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