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Review for LOOK AFTER ME (Look After You # 2) by Elena Matthews

 
Publication Date: March 17th 2015
Source: ARC provided by author in exchange for a honest review
 
 
The moment Sebastian Gilbert watches his fiancée declare her undying love to another man, his entire life changes.

Forever.

Unable to cope with the loss of his fiancée, his job … his life, he turns to the one thing that will help ease the pain.

Cocaine.

Seven long months later …

Sebastian has checked out of rehab, but after three months locked behind those doors, away from the outside world, he’s struggling to adapt to his new life. His thoughts are clouded with anger … bitterness …

Cravings.

When he reaches out to his drug counselor from rehab, his one and only lifeline, he begins to find hope.

Addison Scott is sweet, smart, and understands him in a way that no one else does. As she helps Sebastian rebuild his life, their friendship grows.

But lines become blurred …

Sebastian’s broken heart is slowly mending, but will letting Addison in shatter it once more?

Warning: Recommended for ages 18+ due to subject matters of drug abuse, violence, explicit language and sexual situations.

Note – This can be read as a stand alone.  

 
 
My Review
 
The first thing that drew me to sign up to review this book is the cover, I love it!
I have read the first book in this series, Look After You, and I was so pleased when I found out Sebastian had his own story to tell.
 
I really liked the way the characters connected with each other, even the secondary characters.
 
I love the way Elena writes, the way she sucks you into a story and keeps your eyes glued to the pages. I was taken on an emotional roller-coaster that left me reeling.
A beautiful, amazingly written story that I recommend to anyone.
 
5 Stars
 
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