Review: Against the Wall by Jill Sorenson


Eric Hernandez is the bad boy of every schoolgirl’s fantasies—and every mother’s nightmares. But after serving time for manslaughter, he’s ready to turn his life around. He just needs a chance to prove himself as a professional tattoo artist. The one thing that keeps him going is the memory of the innocent beauty he loved and left behind.

Meghan Young’s world isn’t as perfect as it looks. The preacher’s daughter is living a lie, especially now that Eric is back. Tougher, harder, and sexier than ever, he might be the only person she can trust. But there’s no telling what he’ll do to protect her if he learns the truth, and that’s a risk Meghan won’t let him take. And yet, back in the arms of the troubled boy with the artist’s soul, Meghan can’t help surrendering to the man he’s become.






As always I want to thank Random House Loveswept and NetGalley for providing us with a copy of this book so that we can bring you this review.

As I’ve been saying for weeks now how behind I am on my reviews and when I was preparing this post I realized how behind I really am. I read this book over the summer and am just now getting around to reviewing it. So please forgive me for being brief with is review. As I sat and refreshed my memory on this book I remembered one of my favorite scenes is the one with Eric and the kids from the youth center. I loved how he implemented what the kids did and his own artistic flavor to it. I liked how he is trying to change his world around and fix the mistakes that he made as a teen. Meghan is a fun character, but what she goes through with her football player boyfriend isn’t what we all expect. I also liked the fact that they did the slut walk. It sounded like so much fun. I am looking forward to another book with Maghan’s best friend though, because she was lots of fun as well.

I gave this book 4 artistic kisses… 

Happy Reading… Adri


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