November 19, 2017 1 min to read

Train Wreck

Category : Reviews

Synopsis:
train wreck
noun

1. A chaotic or disastrous situation.
2. An utter catastrophe or mess.
3. A devastating calamity or source of trouble.
4. Pepper O’Brien.
As the daughter of a famed film producer, Pepper O’Brien is Hollywood royalty.

Also, her life sucks.

Because, unfortunately for her, the old adage is true: money can’t buy everything—including grace, true love, or the ability to not screw up every single opportunity her life has brought her.

After her latest disaster, Pepper moves across the country to start over but, as usual, her life has other plans, namely in the form of Derek Cashette, her former teenage crush and now ridiculously handsome friend of her older brother.

Derek is determined to salvage the train wreck of her life and Pepper’s determined not to let him. Her life is her problem and, dammit, why can’t she be her own hero?

But sometimes fate has other plans. Or maybe it’s hormones. Especially when her rescuer comes with a killer smile, a chest Thor would be jealous of, and a butt that any girl just wants to—

My Review;
Genre: Romance – Comedy, Brother’s best friend
Stand-Alone: Yes
Part of a Series: Yes Book 1 of the Life Sucks series.
POV: Pepper and Derek
Steam Level: Slow burn to steamy

Train Wreck is a super cute and quick read. While I definitely giggled while reading this it wasn’t crazy laugh out loud funny. Pepper is klutzy and some of those klutz moves make it funny. The best part of this book, though, was the theme of loving and cherishing your partner and loving them for who they are. This made this book very sweet. This is the first book I’ve read by Elise Faber but definitely not the last.

Favorite Quote:
If she wasn’t a train wreck then what was she? Sometimes it was easier being a screw up, to not have anyone expect things of her.

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