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Wreck My World

Narrated by: Wen Ross, Kai Kennicott
Length: 11 hrs and 34 mins
Categories: Romance, Contemporary
4.5 out of 5 stars (26 ratings)

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The feeling I have in this very moment, after not seeing her for so long, will haunt me forever, reminding me why I left to begin with. 

For as long as I can remember, Easton Crews has been off-limits. As much as it kills me, that’s never going to change. After his little disappearing act three years ago, then suddenly showing up out of nowhere, I shouldn't want anything to do with him. It doesn’t matter how beautiful he still is. Or how close we once were. It shouldn’t matter that my entire body lights on fire with need whenever he gets close. He chose the worst possible time to leave without so much as a goodbye.

However, just like the first day he walked into our home, I'm drawn to him, needing him near me just as badly as I need air to breathe, and I can't stand it. I want to hate him. I know I should hate him. But hating him is the last thing he'll let me do.

When I push, he pulls harder...until I'm completely wrapped up in him, my mind lost in the one person who is forbidden - the one person I’ve always loved, even when he belonged to someone else. Easton was never meant to be mine. It took me years to come to terms with that and now that I finally have, he's here, right in front of me, more irresistible than ever. 

The part I fear the most about that - he’s the one person capable of completely wrecking my world. “I’m not leaving until you take all of your hate out on me. Let me feel it. All of it. Every dirty look. Every nasty word. I will have it all before I leave. Stop hiding from me.”

©2019 Victoria Ashley (P)2019 Victoria Ashley

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  • Bet
  • @AudiobookObsession
  • 09-14-19

Fabulous Story & Narration🎧 Heartfelt & Moving!

I loved everything about this book, from Victoria Ashley’s wonderful writing style to the storylines and characters she created to Wen Ross and Kai Kennicott’s fabulous narration. This book grabbed my attention and heart right from the start and held it to the end. This story is Dakota and Easton’s story and it is one heck of a story, a love story that never happened, a love that was meant to be but could never be. Dakota is one bad ass, she works in her fathers garage and loves what she does. Easton is her older brother’s best friend, a nice guy who always did the right thing. A special bond & friendship grew between him and Dakota, but they never got a chance to take the relationship any further. I loved how these two looked out for others and put their own wants and needs on the back burner. It was frustrating that Easton did not step up and admit his true feelings but I get why he did it. I loved Dakota’s tight knit family and her great friends. I liked how well plotted this story was, how we are taken back to the past to give you a glimpse what happened then to lead up to the way thing are in the current, with Easton trying to capture and fix Dakota’s broken heart. This book brings on all the feels, there is plenty of drama, angst, some heartfelt moments, some heart wrenching one. Victoria Ashley, thank you for this great story and the emotional rollercoaster ride.

I listened to the Audible edition, narrated by the talented Wen Ross and Kai Kennicott. They bring these characters to life, give each their own voice and personality as well as heart and attitude. They do an awesome job projecting the emotions of the characters and the drama of the story into their performance. They are entertaining storytellers and a pleasure to listen to. Thank you for another great listen🎧

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Wreck my world

Wen and kai did a great job narrating. Wen has the perfect deep voice that you just get lost in.

I loved the Dakota and Easton’s effortless chemistry. There was so much heartache that I hurt for them while reading their story. I hated how selfish Quinn was and that she caused so much heartache. While I did like that aspect of the story it was completely realistic. I am happy that Quinn and Easton’s relationship was not more physical because that would have been have to get past.

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What an amazing story so emotional

I really enjoyed listening to this story. The narrators did an excellent job of performing each character. I could really hear a difference between each characters personality. These two narrators are my all time favorite and this story is also one of my favorites. It was such an emotional story you can’t help but hope only for the best for the couple in this story. So far I have listened to it seven times already. The Author has such a great imagination to think up such a story as this one. This one is a little different than her other stories but you get the same feeling at the end of all her books the satisfaction of knowing that one day another story will be made into an audiobook that these two narrators will get to narrate. Overall everything was great and I really enjoyed this listen. I would recommend this story to fans of the Author and to fans of the narrators. And to those who like strong alpha characters who have some emotional background that works itself out in the end.

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  • Donna
  • VANDALIA, MISSOURI
  • 09-20-19

Amazing book

As always I am definitely recommending this book. Not only is the story amazing but great narrators as well . This book had me yelling at Dakota and Easton for not following their hearts. Wow....

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Emotional!

I loved this story. How hard it must be to be in love with your sister’s boyfriend. Especially when she makes you promise to not love him. Wen Ross and Kai Kennicott brought out every emotion to the very end. What a narrator team they make!

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  • JZ311
  • California
  • 09-10-19

Loved these characters

This was a pretty good story with great characters. There were parts that were definitely frustrating, and pieces of the story drove me crazy (like just tell the damn sister you aren’t into her, don’t date her for a million years!) Easton was everything and his love for Dakota was so pure and strong. I loved Kota (except when she was pushing Easton away!) I liked that she wasn’t the typical school teacher/librarian/bookstore owner that are constantly popping up in books! The friends made me laugh and even cry a few times. Over all I enjoyed this story. Wen & Kai did a fantastic job as usual!

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Brother's Best Friend Taboo Romance

I really enjoyed the narration on this one and honestly if I hadn't been listening to the audiobook, I might have started skimming. The book felt unnecessarily long and there is so much back and forth between the main characters that it gets old pretty quick. Wen Ross and Kai Kennicott's duet narration kept me in the story though and their performances were so emotional and heartfelt. Wen Ross especially was wonderful as broken alpha Easton.

The book was a bit heavier than I thought it was going to be. There are two tragic events (the second one late in the book felt really unnecessary) that will leave readers/listeners emotional. The story flashes back periodically to the past, and slowly fills in the blanks of how Easton and Dakota's friendship began and what caused Easton to leave town. From the synopsis, I thought it was going to go in a certain direction, but it ended up being a bit more taboo than I anticipated. I know Easton and Dakota's tangled past is going to rub some readers/listeners the wrong way and it definitely gave me pause when all was revealed. I just don't understand why it was so hard for them to come clean and admit the truth when they were teenagers. They made it seem like they had no choice/were forced into a situation, but really, they got themselves into it by holding back. I think perhaps I just wasn't in the mood for all the drama.

The epilogue is sweet and it was a nice way to close the story, but I would have loved to find out what happened to the secondary characters, specifically Roman, Hope, and Talon. Wreck My World was still a good brother's best friend/best friend's little sister romance, but sadly I didn't love it.

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Loyalisa30

I’ve purchased several audiobooks by Victoria Ashley and I am pretty pleased with them, however, this is first time that I’ve considered a story to be just-okay. There were a couple of reasons for this. For instance, there were just too many deaths for one group of friends to endure with outcomes that weren’t realistic. Furthermore, there were some pretty flawed characteristics of the hero and heroine that leads the reader to believe that the obstacles presented were insurmountable. The narration wasn’t horrible but just okay as well. The storyline itself had some great attributes by holding fast to the premise of loyalty between friends and family and the demonstration of great work ethic. The power of forgiveness and love was also great. So, I am rating this a solid three.

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  • Vanessa Leighton
  • 10-10-19

Brilliant

I loved this book. It dealt with so many real life issues like loss and friendship. It was nice to see the main characters slowly learning to deal with everything that had occurred

The narrators as always did an amazing job of allowing the characters to speak through them and tell their story.

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  • Suzan
  • 09-14-19

Good Read

This book dosen't release you until the end of the story. An emotionally gripping story of loss, friendship, and love.

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  • Amo
  • 09-12-19

Loved!

I enjoyed this listen,
A story of a broken friendship,
Misunderstandings that left hearts broken,
Can enemies ever be lovers?
Can Dakota & Easton finally make this time around theirs or has too much time passed for them to find true happiness?????

I’ve not read (listened) a Victoria Ashley book in a while and I can’t wait to get back to reading some more :)

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  • KarenA
  • 09-10-19

Great audiobook

I really enjoyed the story but I loved how the audiobook was narrated with the women narrator speaking all the woman’s parts and the same of the male narrator.

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  • BookLover
  • 10-01-19

Wen Ross is the only reason I heard the book.

Wen is the only saving grace. The story is tragic (and I mean in all ways.