Review: WRITTEN WITH YOU by Aly Marinez

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Written with You by Aly Martinez
Series: The Regret Duet, book 2
Genre: contemporary romance
Publisher: self published
Publication Date: June 13, 2019
Rating: ★★★★★

I’m writing this with actual tears streaming down my face.

I think genuinely laughed after finishing this book because I was imagining other people reading it and it ruining their life like it ruined mine. There was definitely some pleasure there. I’m crying now, because I can’t believe it’s done and I never wanted it to end.

I do not understand how Aly comes up with this stuff because her stories always leave me in awe and wondering what I did right in life to get to experience such brilliance. I will never be over this book because HOLY MOTHER!

I was not prepared for even one word of this book. And I already did not read the blurb as I wanted to go in blind. BEST DECISION I MADE. Even if my anxiety was through the roof, I was so excited and on board for whatever was happening. ALy kept throwing twist after twist and I was here begging like GIMME MORE!!!

I know I am being utterly vague about everything but I don’t want to give out spoilers and ruin the fun for anyway at the same time it’s so hard to talk about this book without wanting to scream every little detail about it.

At this time my life is the wait I have to endure between two Aly Martinez books and I am totally okay with that.

5 Stars!


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written with you

When I was fifteen, a single bullet changed my life. I spent the next decade trying to outrun the devastation of my past, building an empire that would shield me from whatever life could throw at me.

But all the money in the world couldn’t help me when I found a screaming newborn abandoned on my doorstep.

I’d never wanted to be a father. Passing the sludge that ran through my veins down to an innocent child seemed like a tragedy. But there she was—pink cheeks, red hair, and mine.

Somehow, against all logic, that little girl became the best thing that ever happened to me. It was impossible to stay lost in the past when I was the only one who could protect her future.

Which is exactly why, when her mother came back four years later, I was ready for battle.

If only I could stop myself from falling in love with her during the war.


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