Author :Tyler King
Release date:10 May 2016
Rating : 4 Stars
Hadley saved my life . . . and I ruined hers
Hadley’s my best friend. We share a house, our friends, a life. She knows all my secrets . . . except one. My desperate need for her is inked on my body, it’s the best I can do. But Hadley needs to hear the words . . . Growing up as foster kids, Hadley made me feel whole-sane. And what did I do? I destroyed our chance to be together. I ran out on Hadley when I should have stayed, and something broke between us. Now I’ll do anything to fix it. I’ll never leave her again. I won’t ever let her feel afraid again. But the more I try to protect her from my pain, the more I just make things worse. I’m terrified that if I tell her everything, she’ll never forgive me. I’m even more terrified that it may be too late to make her mine. I have to try to give her what she needs . . . it’s a debt I’m determined to repay.
The Debt by Tyler King is a contemporary book that tells you the story of two former foster care children that somehow find their ways back together when being adults.
It combines the typical elements of a contemporary romance which including some darker elements that definetly create tension. Tension that makes you want to read the book in one sitting.
I loved the characters and the way they interact as itÂ´s presented in a really special way. I have never read a book by Tyler King, but have to say: she really is a special author who definetly deserves more attention.
ItÂ´s amazing to see how she connected the past of Josh and Hadley with their present lives , really well visible in the way she describes their interaction.
All in all a really good book by a really talented author.