As always when reading a sequel to a book that I absolutely adored, I get so nervous, my expectations are quite understandably high, and quite often I build things up in my head too much, which can often lead to disappointment. I wasn’t sure what to expect, I fell in love with all three of the main characters in [book:Kick, Push|30289887] and all I wanted was to fall harder and feel stronger in this conclusion to their story.
Coast, is Becca’s journey into adulthood after a childhood of neglect and abuse, and Jay McLean knocked this one out of the park, I bloody loved it, so much. I loved how Becca was determined to be a stronger person and try and live a normal life, she was such a broken person in book 1, and I was so happy that she made the choices she made, even though that meant she was never completely whole without Josh and Tommy in her life.
“But I fail. Because I’m Becca Owens—a broken girl. And he’s Josh Warden—the boy who broke me.”
Josh – Oh my life, he was PERFECT, he was exactly what Becca needed, he was patient and loyal and despite his new found celebrity status, the most down to earth guy you could ever meet. And let’s not forget little Tommy because he is just the cutest little boy who loves Becca with all his heart.
“If I am the land, and Josh is the sea, Tommy is the shore that completes us.”
If you loved Kick, Push then I guarantee you will love Coast, it was definitely the best conclusion to Josh and Becca’s tumultuous journey, it was an emotional read but one that leaves you with the biggest smile.
If you haven’t started this duet yet, and you are a fan of the New Adult genre, then this book is definitely one to add to the pile.
Coast is part two of the Kick, Push duet, told in dual POV.
ARC gratefully received from the author in exchange for an honest review