I can't really say if it's just this book that's hit a stone wall. Both Cheyenne and Colt know life is never easy, but neither of them expect the tragedy that threatens to end their charade and rip them apart forever. She manages to snag a job as a waitress. Except, instead of telling Adrian the truth about who she is, they grow closer and are soon in a relationship. The whole time my chest is tight. Me too, They seemed to say, I need space too I fell in love with Adrian.
It took a while but in the end they realized exactly how much they needed one another. Packing up her car, she sets out to find the people her father hurt. Everyone thinks that the only thinks Adrian likes is partying and smoking drugs. But inside the sexy and charming lady's man, there was the soul of a poet, and I really loved that about him. After reading the first few pages, I knew this book was going to be something special! Delaney seeks out Adrian due to her father's involvement in the death of Adrian's nephew.
Their romance was really good to see. I couldn't pass up the opportunity to read Facade since I've been waiting for this pretty forever. To be honest, I almost gave up halfway through the book because it just got too depressing and I got really bored waiting for something to happen. She needs to find the people who's lives were impacted by her fathers terrible mistake and apologize. . He hates it, but he tries to make everything better.
The only reason I am going with a full 4 is simply because I love Nyrae Dawn's style of writing. I was broken hearted for them. Adrian has spent the last four years closed up. From bestselling author, Nyrae Dawn, comes Book 2 in her New Adult, Games Series! It suffers from bad pacing and not to mention it doesn't handle the topic at hand Items ticked off: 16 Quick review. Her suicidal mother hates her, her father rots in prison and the only person she has is her big brother Maddox.
No butterflies and shiny sunsets but a real ending, fitting in perfectly with the characters. Gray cloth shackles keep her hands tied to the metal on her bed, almost covering the scars on her wrists from the first time. I think I'm still in shock to be honest. Adrian is completely messed up. None of this is a spoiler as it is the whole plot.
The writing: I really enjoyed Nyrae Dawn's writing. I'm glad I hang on though because Hmm, I'm kinda torn as to how to rate this book, so I'll settle for 3 to 3. Together, Adrian and Delaney share a passionate love they never expected to find. It's sad, sexy, funny, and cute. The story, no matter how much I didn't like it, was cut across. All in all, I enjoyed this a lot more than I expected.
When Adrian walks in, Delaney immediately recognizes who he is. How did we go from a normal family—with a mom and dad who used to laugh together, a mom who used to love cooking dinner for her family, a brother who could have gotten a football scholarship, and me, who was just happy to have the people I loved close—to this? It truly hurt my heart with every new detail about him was brought to life. While I was reading, I was frowning almost every second. I love it when that happens. It would have been good to see their road to recovery. The story of Delany and Adrian is a beautiful one.
Adrian is one of the most beautifully broken characters I've read about. And for the first time in his life, Adrian feels he can begin to open up about his past. Only Delaney seems to see through his façade to the real man underneath. I thought it was amazingly done though, and just thinking about it even now is making me tear up. I bet it makes your heart race too. Of course, I wasn't sure what it was until this book.
This is one of those books you can read again and again. Wanting him to bleed like Ash. I rooted for them in their struggles and cheered them on in their attempts to save themselves and each other. It broke my heart to watch them open up and make their woonds worse, but I understand that it was necessary in order for them to heal which was beautiful to watch. The attraction was undeniable from the word go. I mean it's stuff like that throughout the whole book. He likes to go too fast and the last thing we need is to get into an accident on the way.