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Wreck You: Trade Me by [Perrin, Randi]
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Mechanic for Hard and Fast, Mike Davis has an intense crush on the parts delivery driver, Blake. For the sake of the business, he keeps his distance, not acting on his wanton desires. What Mike doesn’t realize is Blake is crushing equally as hard on him.

Just as love and life appear to take shape for Mike, his old demons take hold and drag him under, leaving him spiraling out of control.

Will Blake push Mike further into the abyss or will he be the one to finally pull him free?

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 425 KB
  • Print Length: 132 pages
  • Publisher: Hot Tree Publishing (27 September 2016)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01KUU29DK
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  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #33,599 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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4.0 out of 5 stars A Stirring, Emotional Love Story with Lessons for Us All 13 October 2016
By Passionate Reads - Published on
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Wreck You is a M/M Romance that will grip you from the beginning and keep you guessing until the end, with some serious darkness and suspense along the way. With that being said, Randi Perrin manages to keep hope alive for Mike and Blake, the two principal characters; and in doing so keeps hope alive for the reader as well. Every emotion is evoked - humor, longing, desire, regret, loss, and deep heartache. The lesson in the story is that life is short -- too short to wait for the perfect time or place to say what's on your heart; too short to let a fear of rejection keep you from going after that which you want more than anything. It's a powerful message, delivered with a dramatic punch that will keep you on the edge of your seat more than once.

The smoldering desire between Mike & Blake is palpable - so palpable you wonder why everyone can see it EXCEPT the two men who are feeling it. When they finally act on two years of pent-up passion, it's explosive. And, unfortunately, short-lived. Therein lies the heartache - and the lesson.

While I really enjoyed the story, I would like to have had more of it. As a novella, it had to get to the point quickly, leaving out elements of the back story that might have shed light on why Mike and Blake were reticent about expressing and exploring their feelings. And why Mike, in particular, had such deep, self-destructive tendencies that the aftermath of their first encounter sent him into a near-deadly tailspin. Outwardly he was such a confident, capable, determined young man, it seemed inconsistent that he could fall so far, so fast.

I would also like to have known more about why Blake was so fearful of and intimidated by Mike that he held off - until it was nearly too late - to tell Mike how he felt. And why waited until the very last second to tell Mike the truth about his plans for the future.

Thank goodness for two stabilizing forces -- Lydia and Lincoln -- lifelong friends of Mike's who came to his rescue, more than once - and encouraged Blake to set things right with Mike at the point where it seemed there might be no turning back.

All in all, Wreck You is a very satisfying, well-structured, short read full of heat and heart. The only drawback for me was that it felt like a novel's worth of material condensed into the shorter format, leaving me feeling like I'd missed the real story-behind-the-story that made these two great characters click; and today I find myself wondering what happened to them when the dust settled.

I will definitely read more of Randi's work. Her characters are interesting and relatable, and her stories reflect the physical as well as emotional challenges of real-life and relationships in everyday people, which is a refreshing departure from the billionaire/celebrity/fairy tale genre. I'm already looking forward to her next story.
4.0 out of 5 stars thoughts on wreck you 19 October 2016
By hello-booklover - Published on
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Poor Mike. He was so in love and so lost. when Blake did what he did it ruined him. I mean he made him feel like a cheap suit. Like he was just a warm body after a night of serious hawt moments. These two together were wowza. the attraction and chemistry was just wow. but both didn’t think before speaking.

Blake did have a serious crush on Mike but was scared to act on it. He had a life that was complicated. He made a choice to leave and kept this from Mike. when he did tell him it was in a horribly rude way and it made Mike feel like a trollop. So Mike fell. He wallowed in liquor and it wasn’t until he hit rock bottom that he crawled out. but crawling out required him to harden his heart and shut down. He had to let go of his hope Blake may come back to him.

Blake was lost. He loved but was scared. He walked away from things to try to give a better life to someone. when away he does find some confidence but still is lost. It isn’t until he causes Mike to almost lose his hard earned sobriety that he does what needs to be done to show his love and courage.

Lydia was a good character and it was her and Lincoln that saved Mike. I didn’t agree with Lydia’s actions while Mike was struggling. I also didn’t like Blake getting courage and realizing his love wasn’t going away until Mike was struggling. He came back out of guilt and that was wrong to me. No matter how much I liked Blake that just was wrong. Lincoln was the tough love Mike needed and I loved how he supported Mike no matter what. Lydia was nice but she did do things I just didn’t like at times. She did it out of love though.

This was the heartbreaking but wonderful journey of Mike and Blake. The journey of Mike coming out of the darkness and allowing love to take over. Of Blake finding love and finding seeing that love is what matters. Of two mean who must overcome their demons to be together and whole. To allow their love to be free and be together. It’s interesting who Christina is with will that be another book? Will we see more of Mike and blake? I do hope so for they are a sexy couple who went through so much to find themselves and be together. To allow their love to shine through. A wonderfully written book who brings out so many emotions as you watch these two work through there demons, coming out better on the other side and have their love for each other be accepted and they come to be together.
5.0 out of 5 stars 5 Stars! 12 October 2016
By EAKelso - Published on
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Another beautiful story from Randi Perrin. It's nice to escape inside a man's head for a while, and even more erotic to experience a gay man's thoughts. What an incredibly sexy, sweet, and emotional journey. I loved it!
4.0 out of 5 stars A true delight 5 October 2016
By Chook74 - Published on
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Wreck You by Randi Perrin, is heat from the minute I opened it and started reading. So, buckle up kids, we are in for a bumpy ride.

Mike is a mechanic and Blake delivers spare parts to the auto workshop Mike works at. The attraction is mutual, but neither have the courage to make the first move. Assumptions are made by Maike about Blake, so Mike thinks it is a no go zone.

Blake is enlisting in the army, to be able to provide for his daughter, Bella. The last thing he wants to do is leave, but he wants a brighter future for Bella, so he will do what he feels is best. Beginning a fling with Mike would not be a good thing, considering he is about to ship out. After filling in a guitarist for a cover band his injured brother plays for, the situation seems to be now in the hands of fate, because Mike turns up. Blake is not going to miss this opportunity to set things straight before he leaves. A little up close and personal is just what they need.

“Let me wreck you, baby,” I whispered. “Like only I can.”

Life went downhill fast for Mike, when Blake left. He was on a path of self destruction. Drinking was the new norm for him. Mike’s boss, Lincoln, saves his skin when he bins Veronica (his beloved bike), taking down a fence along the way. He was so drunk, he remembers nothing until he wakes up in the drunk tank. Lydia, his best friend, and her brother Lincoln both vow to help him get back on track, but he has to give up the booze. He is on his last chance.

Blake begins to write to Mike after Lydia fills him in on all that has happened while he has been gone. Mike comes across the letters when he has resigned himself to the fact that they will never be a couple, and he needs to let Blake go, so he can try to find his happy. But neither man can forget the other. Something has to give.

After his letters go unanswered, Blake decides he needs to see Mike and apologise. He does not get a warm reception from Mike, at all. Mike yells at him to get out of the shop he works at, leaving Blake with no choice but to reevaluate how he was going to win Mike’s forgiveness. He really has his work cut out for him, as Mike is stubborn, and he cannot forget the way Blake just left and didn’t fight for what they could have been.

“We’re bent, not broken, baby.”

Blake needs one more chance to convince Mike he is sorry and prove his love for him. He arrives at Mike’s to plead his case, and catches Mike about to make a really bad decision. He manages to get the situation under control, but Mike is not about to let him off the hook so easily. They both finally admit how they really feel for each other. Then the fun begins. Of a hot, heavy and sweaty nature.

Wreck You was a witty story that just kept increasing my curiosity and fascination. With Mike and Blake, there was never a dull moment, providing me with a laugh and endless entertainment.
5.0 out of 5 stars I loved this book 9 October 2016
By Hornsfan73 - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
I loved this book! I am just recently started reading M/M romance after starting with M/M/F and I liked this story a lot. There was just such a connection between Mike and Blake from the beginning of the story which I normally see and think of in the M/F relationship, but it shows the same happens no matter the type of relationship.

Mike is a very manly auto mechanic in his mid-twenties who has a huge crush on Blake who delivers the auto parts to the shop Mike works in. He has been fighting his attraction to Blake since they first met over two years ago, so much so that he hasn’t even told his best friend Lydia who happens to be Blake’s boss.

Blake is in his early twenties and moved to town about two years before and that is when he first met Mike. Like Mike the attraction was instantaneous for Blake. He isn’t the take charge type and just can’t force himself to make the first move with Mike but time is running out since he leaves for boot camp.

Blake finally finds a way to spend time with Mike only for Mike to see the car seat in the back seat of Blake’s car and Mike freaks out and kicks Blake out of the shop because he thinks he has wasted all this time pining over a straight guy.

The main characters are well developed but I would have loved to see more from the supporting characters, especially Lydia. This is a happy ending, but I would love the see these guys pop up as supporting characters in a later book just to see how the relationship continues.