Review: Wrecked by Sherilee Gray

Wrecked by Sherilee Gray
Series: Axle Alley Vipers (# 3)
Release Date: February 8, 2016
Publisher: Entangled Publishing
Pages: 265
Source: book provided by publisher for review



Piper West is finally on her own, and it’s time to get crazy. Except that her overprotective big bro has enlisted his ex-cop best friend to keep an eye on his baby sister. With every move monitored and reported back, Piper’s life has gone from “going crazy” to “being driven crazy.” But a searing-hot kiss with her sexy and scarred watchdog is just the game-changer she needs…

Cole Black owes Piper’s brother big-time, but there’s nothing easy about his new assignment. Piper is all feisty sexiness and curves meant to tempt a man beyond reason, and Cole can’t stop himself. Now he’s caught up in a hunger like nothing he’s ever known, and he can’t get enough…

Even if Piper’s the one girl he’s not allowed to have.


Review: This review of Wrecked by Sherilee Gray will never be able to express how much I loved this book. Gray is a new to me author, so I have not read the first two books in the Axle Alley Vipers series. Characters from the first two books are included in Wrecked, therefore it might help to read them first so the characters aren’t strangers. However, Wrecked can be read as a standalone without any major confusion.

I love books with strong female characters. Piper West is definitely one of those, She, her sister, and her best friend all own a car restoration business. This is not typical for females, so I automatically fell in love. Piper has been in love with her brother’s best friend, Cole Black, for a long time. What little sister hasn’t been in love with their brother’s best friend? Piper and Cole have a great back story that adds so much to this story. Cole was injured on the job and considers himself damaged. He doesn’t think he is worthy of Piper. Piper doesn’t care about his physical changes, she only cares about the man she grew up and fell in love with. When Cole is asked to keep an eye on Piper by her brother, he has no choice but to be around her and feelings begin to grow for them both.

I absolutely love this story line. I can relate to both of the main characters because I am a little sister and a car accident survivor that felt “damaged” for far too long, Gray did an amazing job with Wrecked and I can’t wait to read the first two books in this series.