Recommended By Angela
Recommended By Angela
I really enjoy Jay Crownover's writing so I could not wait to read this story. Recovered was filled with emotions, and I mean ugly crying emotions. The plot was intense and there are super highs and the lowest of the lows. Jay did an amazing job developing Cable and Affton's character. You fall in love with them and their individual stories. Affton wants so badly to save Cable, but Cable's demons are strong and reckless. This book tackles addiction and the hurt and struggle that comes with it so have the tissues ready for this powerful read!
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"I'm going to ruin you, and you... you're going to do your best to save me."
"Some souls were never meant to be saved. They might end up on the right path, but without fail, they will veer off. It’s all they know how to do. No matter how badly they might be hurting other people, they still lose their way. Honestly, the hurt they cause will never compare to how much hurt they inflict upon themselves.” He lifted his hand to the center of his chest and dug the heel of his palm into the place where his heart sat. He was trying to hold back whatever that tender place inside of him was bleeding out.
"You gotta know that I don't need to be looking right at you to see you. You've always been there, every time I blink, I can see you on the back of my eyelids. I could draw you from memory."
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It was hate at first sight......
I hated Cable James McCaffrey.
He was entitled, spoiled, a user…and an addict.
He was out of control and didn’t bother trying to hide it.
He had everything anyone could want but still seemed miserable and lost.
Every move he made, every mistake he stumbled his way through, rubbed me the wrong way. However, I couldn’t stop myself from trying to save him from himself when no one else would. In the sweltering heat of the summer, Cable taught me that having it all means nothing if you can’t have the one thing you want more than anything else.
I was obsessed with Affton Reed.
She was rigid, uptight, and no fun. There was something about her innate goodness that called to me.
She acted like she was above all the normal faults and failures that clung to the rest of us like the scent of smoke after a fire.
I was infatuated with her, but that didn’t stop me from acting like she didn’t exist.
In the scorching heat of summer, Affton taught me that there is always a way back from the brink of despair. She showed me that the trick to having it all was realizing that it was already there, in my hands. All I had to do was hold onto it.
The road to recovery is full of twists and turns no matter who is in the driver’s seat.