Life at its most complete is still unexpected.
Reid Bowen ruined her life and he is the one person she trusted. She had no business getting involved with him.
Sienna Parker is the only girl he’s ever wanted and now he’s lost her. But he will stop at nothing to win her back.
Forced together by circumstance, Sienna’s heart will be tested, but it’s Reid who must risk it all to protect them both.
With their future at stake, it’s the unexpected that changes their lives.
How can my heart be so broken, but still want him so much?
ARC REVIEW ➞
I have been waiting for this book from the moment I finished Complicate Me. The moment I started reading I couldn’t stop. I DEVOURED this book in a matter of hours. I had to know what was going to happen next. I experienced every single emotion while reading this book. It was everything I wanted and so much more.
Complete Me picks up right where things left. There is so much pain and heartbreak. Sienna is heartbroken. The person she trusted, the person she fell in love with betrayed her in the worst way possible, at least it’s what she believes. Reid is heartbroken. He is lost. He is determined to make things right, to have Sienna trust him again, to help the two people who have always been his family.
I loved that this story wasn’t just about Reid and Sienna. It was Reid, Sienna and Caleb. Their bond is strong. They are truly a family. Of course, Reid and Sienna get plenty of time together and there is more to their relationship throughout. This book was just so much more.
Let’s talk about Caleb for a moment. My heart breaks for him. He’s been through so much and I can’t wait for him to get the happy ending that he truly deserves. I have a feeling that Caleb’s story will destroy me, but I already love him. Plus, the Reid/Caleb bromance. I love every single moment of it. Reid joking with Caleb about all the things he and Sienna will do added some laughs and lightness to this story.
Complete Me and Complicate Me are both MUST READS and will have you experiencing every single emotion while reading. It’s not only a story of falling for your best friends sister, but also that family is not just blood.