She stops and turns around when she hears my boots crunching
in the gravel behind her. The cold look in her eyes is
almost enough to freeze my damn heart. “Don’t you dare follow me, Easton.
Turn back around and go inside.” With pained eyes, she points at the building
and screams. “GO!”
After yelling at me, she immediately turns back around and
starts walking again to get away from me.
Ignoring her demand, I stalk toward her, wrapping my arm
around her waist right as she attempts to straddle her motorcycle.
“You’re not driving home,” I say, while squeezing her waist
and pulling her against me. “I get that you want fast right now. That you need
a rush to clear your head. Trust me, I know you. I’m the one that got you
addicted, but you’ve had too much to drink.”
“You don’t need to worry about what I do,” she growls out in
anger, before elbowing me in the stomach in an effort to get away. “Dammit! Let
me go. I need to leave. I can’t be here.”
She’s still trying to fight me, so I carefully lower her to
the gravel and trap her under my body, pinning one of her legs underneath mine.
“Give me your keys,” I growl, an inch away from her lips. “Don’t make me force
them out of your hand. I can pin you under my body all night if I fucking have
“Yeah, I don’t think my brother would like that much.” She
attempts to buck me off with her hips, but it does nothing.
I smirk down at her and push my hips closer against her
body. “Fight me all you want. I’ll win.”
“Fuck you, Easton!” Breathing heavily, she lays still and
fights to control her breathing from below me. After a few seconds, her eyes
meet mine, and she grins. “Fetch.” She tosses her keys across the parking lot
and then pushes my chest, speaking against my lips. “Now. Get. Off.”
I release a hard breath and take a moment to analyze her
face. It feels like forever since I’ve seen it.
Her big, gray eyes are framed by long lashes and her dainty,
freckled nose is now pierced and flaring out in anger.
Catching me off guard, she pushes her way out from under me
and closes her eyes as she runs her hands over her face and lays back. “Just
leave me be. I don’t want to be anywhere near you. I’ll have Hope take me
“You really mean that?” I question with a tight jaw. “You
still hate me after three damn years?”
“How can I not?” she bites out, before jumping to her feet,
ignoring my hand as I reach it out to help her. “You tore my heart out. Now get
out of my way.”
I bite my lip, holding in my anger as she pushes past me and
I’m still standing out here with my hands in my hair when
she walks back out a few minutes later following Hope to her old, beat-up
My heart pounds relentlessly as I watch them hop inside and
You tore my heart out.
Those five words hurt like hell. She’s always been good at
making me feel.
New York Times, Wall Street Journal and USA Today
Bestselling Author of the Walk of Shame Series.
Victoria Ashley grew up in Rockford, IL and has had a passion for reading for
as long as she can remember. After finding a reading app where it allowed
readers to upload their own stories, she gave it a shot and writing became her
She lives for a good romance book with bad boys that are just highly
misunderstood and is not afraid to be caught crying during a good read. When
she’s not reading or writing about bad boys, you can find her watching her
5+ STAR Review by Jodi for Ruby Red Romance Review
Victoria Ashley is always a must read for me. I love everything she writes. Wreck My World might be my favorite book to date. I loved Easton. It was obvious he had his reasons for leaving, but it broke his heart to even begin to talk about it. Dakota is such a strong woman. Who wouldn’t be mad that the person they loved most in the world walked away, just when she needed him most? This story has it all. Drama, angst, heartache, love, passion, and friendship.
When I started out on the journey of this book I was so excited. I love all forms of racing. It made my heart pound with anticipation, the first chapter of this book. I don’t want to give anything away about this story. I want you all to love it as much as I did. I will tell you, be prepared. Be ready for love like you’ve never known. Be ready for the heartache that only comes when you find the love of your life. And be ready and willing to let it all go.
Victoria Ashley has done an amazing job with this story and this book. I can’t wait to see what else is to come. I’m hoping we get a few more stories from this amazing bunch.