Gabe Hyde is on borrowed time. He's been hiding his identity for over four years-hidden from the world that used to adore him - obsess over him - driven to the edge of insanity by one poor choice. But that one choice, altered the course of his life forever. Pretending isn't all it's cracked up to be, especially when pretending means hiding your real self from the people that care about you the most. But if anyone ever discovered the truth it wouldn't just be his life at risk - but hers.
Saylor doesn't hate men. Just Gabe. Only Gabe. He's a reckless, happy-go-lucky, silver spoon fed pain in her ass. Everything about him makes her more and more confused. Unfortunately they both donate time at the same Group Home. If she wasn't afraid of flunking, she'd be long gone. She hates that she's attracted to him almost as much as he hates that he's attracted to her - and she can tell, especially since their first encounter ended up making her knees so weak she couldn't form coherent sentences for weeks afterwards. But the closer she gets to him, the more confused she becomes. He isn't who he says he is, and he's hiding something big.
What happen when two worlds collide? Two worlds that never should have met in the first place? Some secrets are too big to be hidden forever - the only question? Will his destroy everyone he loves? Or finally bring about the redemption he's been craving for the past four years?
Everyone has a secret - what's yours?
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By Angelica Quintero on 28-11-17
Beautiful and heartbrearking
This book features the beautiful and heartbreaking story of Gabe and Taylor. Gabe was oh so broken and I couldn't help it but to love him. He was sure his life wasn’t worth anything. He felt so much guilt for what happened in the past and he was trying to hide it at all cost. And then he met Taylor. Their relationship wasn’t easy but it was completely worth it. They were perfect together, they needed each other to find the best version of themselves.
I loved this book too. It was intense and heartbreaking and sexy and romantic. I was frustrated at times with the characters but it was all understandable for their backgrounds and current situations. The narrations of Anthony Haden Salerno and Holly Fielding made me love the story and characters more. Their inflexions were very accurate for the characters, emotions and the situations lived in this story.
By CoCo on 04-08-16
WOW I can't believe I listened to the whole thing
I liked Ruin even if it was a bit sappy, it did have an actual story and character development. It had been a long time since I read Toxic I forgot, forgot there was little story forgot the characters were two dimensional selfish and insipid. I just couldn't get into it because I had vague cranky feelings for the characters. So much of the story did not make sense because things would just come out of left field that mostly I just wanted to know why. Particularly the female protagonist why was she crying and being a ninny, I found her to be selfish and boring. I don't want to be mean or anything but it was bad by the end I was counting the minutes to the end.