Review: Other Broken Things by C. Desir

Nat's not an alcoholic. She doesn't have a problem. Everybody parties, everybody does stupid things, like get in their car when they can barely see. Still, with six months of court-ordered AA meetings required, her days of vodka-filled water bottles are over.


Unfortunately her old friends want the party girl or nothing. Even her up-for-anything ex seems more interested in rehashing the past than actually helping Nat.

But then a recovering alcoholic named Joe inserts himself into Nat’s life and things start looking up. Joe is funny, smart, and calls her out in a way no one ever has.

He’s also older. A lot older.

Nat’s connection to Joe is overwhelming but so are her attempts to fit back into her old world, all while battling the constant urge to crack a bottle and blur that one thing she's been desperate to forget.

Now in order to make a different kind of life, Natalie must pull together her broken parts and learn to fight for herself.

Review:
Okay, C. Desir definitely knows how to write such emotional and raw teen romancs that you just do not want it to end at all.
Other Broken Things will bring in raw emotions in teen romance that it makes the read so much more. Othee Broken Things will bring Nat's life in perspective especially her romance. Nat's is an alcoholic teenager. Her life is in a chaos that she does not take her sobriety seriously until Joe inserts into her life. Joe is veey different from the guys she knows that she lets Joe in but their relationship will have some consequences.
Nat’s is a beautiful women but her life is chaos since she lets her father take away something precious. It will take some time for Nat to control what she wants but she will get it especially from the help of Joe.  Joe is hot older man that he is a former alcoholic tha wants to help Nat with her sobriety. But as they get closer, their relationship will become dangerous for them.
Nat and Joe will have a rough journey together that it will test their sobriety. You will discover what happen to them when you pick up a copy because it will not disappoint you at all. Five stars.

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