Review: Forged by MJ Fields
***sequel to Stained***
Maddox Hines walked away from the things he took comfort in, sex, drugs, and rock and roll. Things that helped dull the pains from his past and allowed him to continue waking up each day and push forward. He set out to win back the love of the girl who held his heart for five years. A girl who he knew was too good for him, deserved better than him, but it no longer mattered.
Maddox set out to win her back. When he found her a life changing secret was revealed. One he felt was a blessing not a curse.
Harper Abrahams fear of disappointing her family came to fruition and Maddox was her rock. When their family left to return to their homes Maddox stayed behind believing things were going as planned and determined to earn her trust back.
Harper pushes him away to guard her heart from what only he was capable of doing to it. Harper loves Maddox but can no longer trust him, there was too much to loose. Pushing him away she hangs onto Blake her friend, confidant, and the man who she knows would be perfect for her. He had never let her down and she knew he never would.
Maddox holds strong in his fight, he won’t lose her again. His persistence pays off but will it get them through what lies ahead. Will the sins of his past annihilate his dreams for his future with Harper? Will he be strong enough for her when she needs him the most?
Book Two, this book had me a sobbing mess and again was a yo-yo for my emotions like Stained was. I started off the book a little skeptical and by 40% I was like things seem perfect, what could MJ possibly add to continue the story. Then, BAM! she slaps you across the face and I am going what the hell just happened? What is going on? I didn’t see that coming from a mile away!
50-70% I am on the edge of my seat, the suspense of the unknown is killing me. I couldn’t put it down, I needed to know how the story was going to end. Then the tears, they came fast, I couldn’t control them, my heart was breaking. 70%-end taught me how to heal the broken heart and sadness. This book just made me love Maddox that much more and the twists and turns I can never predict. I love this story just because I never know what MJ is going to write next.