Monday, September 29, 2014

Review for As You Turn Away by Molli Moran


As You Turn Away (The Walker Boys #1)

Two hearts, one life-changing summer, and a long-awaited second chance...

When Quinnlan Reynolds left home at 18, she escaped her small, Georgia town and her suffocating upbringing. She started a new life as a ballerina, and tasted freedom for the first time. But four years later, her first visit home turns tragic. Reeling, Quinn tries to piece her life back together again. But doing so is easier said than done when sexy Jonah Walker saunters back into her life.

Quinn shattered Jonah’s heart once, so getting involved with her isn’t something he’s sure he’s ready to do again. He became someone he didn’t recognize when he left home. He’s spent the last years burying his pain by keeping everyone in his life at arm’s length. Now he needs to get to know his family again, and finally become who he wants to be.

But neither Quinn or Jonah can stay away from each other, especially when old feelings resurface. Something is pulling them back together, and they can’t deny their chemistry for long. One Georgia summer could change both their lives forever, if they can work through their past to have a future together.

* This book is considered New Adult due to age range and subject matter.

Review by Gia:
As You Turn Away is a crazy emotional roller coaster.   It's very well written.   I fell in love with the Walker Boys right away.  With Quinnlan (Quinn) it took me a little longer to warm up to her.  My first impression of Quinn was that she was a little whinny and self centered.   But my opinion of Quinn changed pretty quickly.   Quinn isn't a spoiled brat, she has had a lot of things to deal with as a child.   Then when she returns home to meet with her parents something happens that dramatically changes things for her.
 While back in town she see Jonah Walker.  Jonah is back in town too.  He and Quinn had a relationship before which ended with both of them hurt.  Their attraction to each other is hard for them to resist but they have a lot of stuff to deal with.  There are many ups and downs in the relationship.   I hope we get to read more about the Walker brothers.
Jonah's brother, Reece and Ethan, are great characters.   Ethan is great, he has a lot of insightful relationship advice for Jonah.  Reece's character adds some different life experiences to the story.
As you Turn Away is a great read.  You should definitely one click this one.
4 Amazeballs Stars!!! 

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