Wreckless.... Where obsession and rebellion collide.
Bridget Larson's never met a rule she didn't like. Drawing inside the lines isn't just a way of life - it's the only way she can make it through the day. And through it all her BFF, Leah, has stood inside the lines with her through the unspeakable. Then Bridget catches her boyfriend with Leah, and the last thing on her mind is staying safe.
Salvation.... A bad boy and his jacked up pickup.
Jake Moore was everything she needed and nothing he claimed to be. With one night of freedom and a spontaneously scribbled Rebellion List, Jake leads Bridget down every path she thought was forbidden...and into the one place she'd thought was lost to her forever.
A YA romance by Golden Heart finalist Bria Quinlan
The narration was perfect. It made this story real and I cannot imagine anyone else narrating this story.
I have read a few of Bria's books - also the ones publish under Catie Quinn, which is why I cannot explain why it has taken me this long to finally get to Wreckless.
I totally loved it. It's not the typical YA one would expect; it was real and heartbreaking and funny all in one.
Catching up on high school in one evening is indeed something to accomplish and considering the amount of drama in high school, she pretty much did it.
Did I say that I loved this? Yes, I think I did.
Listen to my it yourself and love it too!
WRECKLESS holds a special place in my heart. It was the first book I’ve ever read written by Bria Quinlan, and the start of my love for her stories. I know this book inside out and backwards. I can quote pretty much every other line, and have fallen for Jake Moore more times than I can count. I didn’t think I could love this book anymore than I already do, and yet here I am in love once again.
Hearing your favorite story come to life is incredibly special. Lisa Zimmerman’s take on Bridget & Jake absorbed me and wrapped me up in their story. I could picture every situation clearly and found myself smiling and laughing along as they spent their wreckless night.
I truly truly enjoyed this rendition of my favorite story and will make sure to listen again and again.
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I've read this book multiple times and was anxiously awaiting its audiobook release. This was everything I was waiting for. The narrator nails Bridget's and Jake's voices. (The only drawback was her pitch for Rayla's voice. That one irritated me a bit and Rayla is anything but an irritating character.) Though this book covers some heavy topics (no spoilers), it has an overall lightness about it, which showcases Bria Quinlan's talent, and lets readers know that even if life feels impossible, laughter is still possible. LOVE IT.