Book Review: Self Destruct

Self Destruct (Destroy #1) by K.D. Carrillo: Becca Scott spent years burying her traumatic past under alcohol and boys. With the help of her best friend she struggled to accept herself and let go of the pain. She thought she had her life under control for once, until she met Aiden.

Aiden Ryan lives with constant self-hatred. He allowed those close to him to manipulate his life for their own gain, because he felt he deserved it. He was resigned to marry a woman he didn't love, until he met Becca.

Becca and Aiden try and let go of their painful pasts to be together, but will their pasts let go of them?

TeriLyn's thoughts: **I received a copy from the author in exchange for an honest review**
The plot of Self Destruct is what held the book together for me. It was an interesting premise and story line. Aiden and Becca were a unique couple whose relationship progressed very quickly. The progression, however, felt natural and I was right there with the characters and the feelings they had. However, the writing was very choppy and the dialogue at many times was hard to follow. I had to re-read so I could understand who was saying what. I appreciated the story and the depth of the plot.

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