♕ REVIEW ♕ ARC ♕ CORRODE (SURFACE RUST#2) BY ELLA FIELDS

TITLE: Corrode
SERIES: (Surface Rust #2)
AUTHOR: Ella Fields
GENRE: Contemporary Romance
PUBLICATION: November 04th, 2017
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All roads in life...no matter where I've been or where I'm going...every single one will always lead me back to you. In this and every life after. 

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‘CORRODE’: Is the second instalment in Elle Fields ‘Surface Rust Series’ and is spoken in ‘Dual Perspectives’

The story starts off with Felix finally being released from his stint in prison, whilst incarcerated the only ones who visited him were his brother and Sam, leaving a big gap where his Doe should’ve been. He’s not seen or heard from her in months, or even seen his son. 

But he’s not ready to let her go so easily.

Then the story jumps back into the past, back to where it all began, back to when they first met, back to when it all started falling down around their ears like a domino effect. 

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Maggie comes from a blue collar hard working family, attends school and is a straight laced student, until she decides to follow her bestie to a party, not just any party, but a party being held on the other side of town. It’s here where she meets Felix, the hot bad boy. Things escalate quickly with these two, a whirlwind romance that quickly turns to an undeniable soul mate kind of love that bounces off the pages into your heart. 

Things were going so well for them, they were saving for their own home, both hard working, until a tragedy turned their worlds upside down and Felix changed in the blink of an eye, Maggie was put on the back burner whilst he spiralled out of control drinking and partying all hours of the night.

To a pink line on a white stick announcing that Maggie is pregnant at the age of twenty-six. Neither are in a good place financially to afford a baby. But embrace being pregnant like lovers should. 

Life happened in unpredictable waves, and we just had to keep swimming above the surface. A slong as we had each other, we wouldn't sink. 

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A one time job falls into Felix’s lap neither knew what the consequences would be, though the fear in the back of Maggie’s mind of the possibility of Felix getting caught made her step back in the hopes he’d come to his senses but to no avail. Months in prison await Felix, a soul crushing decision to put them ahead in life damaged what future they could've enjoyed as a couple. 

He may have made us fall apart, but without meaning to, I scattered our broken pieces. 

But slowly rising up from the ashes of a broken relationship these two realise that what they had was a once in a lifetime love. 

This book was one of my most highly anticipated books that I wanted to get my grabby little hands on and Ella Fields did not disappoint, second chance romances are my kryptonite, done right they are my biggest weakness and Ella did this perfectly, the angst, heart break, forgiveness swept me up in the pages of the highs and lows of Maggie's and Felix's love from their break up to their make up.

* Teasers used are off the Authors facebook page *



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It didn't matter how young we were.
We just knew.
Forever was stamped on our hearts, no matter what forces tried to keep us apart. 
They tried, and they failed.

We were happy. 
We lived, we loved, and we made plans.
But as the years went by, we watched helplessly as those plans faded into dusty aspirations.

Yet we endured. 
Time and time again, we came out stronger.
Until life threw the ultimate test our way, and he surrendered.

Defeated and desperate, he made a choice. 
One that tore all our promises in two—leaving me pregnant, alone, and terrified. 

Now he's free, and that love is still there.
It's everything else that's changed.

Trigger warning: this book contains some sensitive subject matter.


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