↠ Ruin You || ↠ PDF Download by ¾ Molly O'Keefe

By Molly O'Keefe | Comments: ( 478 ) | Date: ( Feb 17, 2020 )

SimonThe only thing that stands in the way of my revenge is her.The lying scheming daughter of the man who killed my parents She has the secrets I need to bring down her father.And I ll do anything to get them I will lie to her Steal from her Use her.Ruin her.It helps that our chemistry is explosive.What I m not expecting is for her to be so sweet And so strong.So irrSimonThe only thing that stands in the way of my revenge is her.The lying scheming daughter of the man who killed my parents She has the secrets I need to bring down her father.And I ll do anything to get them I will lie to her Steal from her Use her.Ruin her.It helps that our chemistry is explosive.What I m not expecting is for her to be so sweet And so strong.So irresistible.PennyAfter so many years of lying and hiding, I finally have a place to call home With people I can call a family The Paintbrush Inn is my life now, and I won t let anyone ruin it.When sexy and world weary Simon checks in to the Inn, I never expect him to glance my way I ve spent my whole life blending into the background Being overlooked and ignored It s been helpful, even though it s lonely And he s way out of my league.But our attraction is powerful Undeniable.Dangerous.Because I can t let anyone close If the secrets I keep were to be revealed, my whole life would be destroyed But something about Simon makes me break all my own rules I m letting him in to my home, my body, my life, never expecting he has his own secrets.His own lies.When the truth comes out, we ll both be ruined standalone

  • Title: Ruin You
  • Author: Molly O'Keefe
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 493
  • Format: Kindle Edition

About Author:

Molly O'Keefe

Molly O Keefe has always known she wanted to be a writer except when she wanted to be a florist or a chef and the brief period of time when she considered being a cowgirl And once she got her hands on some romances, she knew exactly what she wanted to write.She published her first Harlequin romance at age 25 and hasn t looked back She loves exploring every character s road towards happily ever after.Originally from a small town outside of Chicago, she went to university in St Louis where she met and fell in love with the editor of her school newspaper They followed each other around the world for several years and finally got married and settled down in Toronto, Ontario They welcomed their son into their family in 2006, and their daughter in 2008 When she s not at the park or cleaning up the toy room, Molly is working hard on her next novel, trying to exercise, stalking Tina Fey on the internet and dreaming of the day she can finish a cup of coffee without interruption.

Comments Ruin You

  • Pavlina Read more sleep less blog❤❤

    ❤ 4.5 starsI was hooked from the beginning!Ruin You has it all suspense,mystery,intense and emotional moments.I fall in love with Simon and Penny.They are passionate and so intense.Review to come!   

  • Mary at USAT's HEA

    Ruin You is a gritty, emotional romance with a gripping revenge storyline and fascinating characters, and you’ll find yourself wholeheartedly invested in complex happily-ever-after. Penny and Simon have traumatic and complicated histories, but they are both survivors. Simon finally has the opportunity to the vengeance he’s sought for years, but he has to use Penny to obtain it. Although their fate is uncertain and tumultuous, you’ll feel that these two are truly destined to be together som [...]

  • MJ

    This series just keeps getting better and better. I was wildly curious about Simon Malik, survivor of St. Joke's along with his roommate Tommy, who had his story told in Where I Belong and Lost Without You, and Molly O'Keefe knocks this one out of the park! Simon, the survivor of a broken childhood and revenge seeker, is such a vulnerable man. Oh my goodness I felt for him and the loneliness he has been living on for all of these years. Trying to avenge his mother's death, never wanting to let g [...]

  • Astrid - ☆Vanilla & Spice Books☆

    ✮✮✮ 4.5 STARS ✮✮✮Review @ Vanilla & Spice BooksI love a good revenge plot. It's one of those things that, when executed well, guarantees fantastic chemistry between the main characters. Add a (former) hot nerd and I'm all yours. And then I started reading Ruin You and I was completely sucked in.The plot is so much more complicated than the blurb leads you to believe. If you have read the first books in the series or the novella you will know what to expect but if this is your fir [...]

  • Lana ❇✾Dirty Girl Romance❇✾

    4 STARSThe problem with lies is belief. That's how things fall apart in the end. When I stop believing the lies, it's just a story. When I believe the lies, it's as much truth as the actual truth.I love all things Molly O'Keefe. It's hard for me to even imagine that she used to write pure contemporary romance when the woman writes gritty, emotional stories like she was born for it. I devour her words. When I first read Lost Without You, I was immediately hooked on the story of the foster sibling [...]

  • Bubu

    3.5 starsThis can be read as stand alone. No cliffhangers this time.I deeply dislike books that I rate with 3 stars. For being 3 stars, really. Most of the time, I'm left wondering what I should say. Obviously, I didn't love it, but it's always a 'neither liked nor disliked' sort of situation. It's even worse with authors I consider as very talented.Molly O'Keefe is a bit of a conundrum. I haven't read any of her Historicals, which I should do, and when I went through the books that I did read, [...]

  • Eve Recinella (Between The Bookends)

    I enjoyed this one quite a bit. Not that surprising as I have also enjoyed the others books in this series. The author has a very readable writing style, and she had me hooked from page one. So needless to say I found this one to be well written and paced. The plot was engaging (if a bit underdeveloped) and kept me turning the pages. I didn't find it particularly angsty, and there was no OW/OM drama. It was a bit of a slow burn so not a lot of sex. That said, the one (?) sex scene we get was sui [...]

  • ✰ Bianca ✰ BJ's Book Blog ✰

    🤩🤩🤩 IT'S LIVE EARLY!!!!🤩🤩🤩 This book basically starts like the first one LOST WITHOUT YOU - we're back eight years ago. San Francisco. 17 year old Simon ended up living in a foster home with Tommy, Beth, Rosa and Carissa. He was arrested for bringing a knife to a press conference. Of the guy who killed his parents. Long story - he'll tell you in the book.☺Their pastor foster-father and his wife beat and molest the kids! They starve them and lock them into their rooms at night [...]

  • Molly O'keefe

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  • ♡ Jeri's Book Attic ♡

    Reading Ruin You by Molly O’Keefe was not my first rodeo with this author but I have to admit I had no Idea it was already the third book in this series called “The Debt”. Which proofs that even though the characters are connected it is easy to read as a standalone. Obviously I like the writing style of this author or I would not have selected this book. And I already read 4 or 5 books from her. But now lets go to the core of my thoughts and honestly they are widely spread for once. First [...]

  • Timitra

    Rated 4.5 StarsI loved the first two books but I think this might be my fave of the series thus far. I loved the atmosphere the author created, it was a mix of anticipation and dread that kept me fully immersed from page one. I felt everything the characters did. This story had an ugly beauty to it that I adored. I loved going on this journey with them and cannot wait to read the next book in the seriesC provided by author in exchange for a honest review

  • Sunny

    ARC Review: Originally posted at Scandalicious Book ReviewsOnce upon a time, there were five kids who lived in a foster home. The head of the home was an evil man who regularly abused the children. Two of the kids, Tommy and Beth, fall in love and in retaliation, the foster parent tries to assault the girl. The other kids rally to rescue her and in their attempt, kill the man. The victim goes to the hospital and is released to her mother. A pregnant girl goes free. The other three, two boys and [...]

  • Kristie

    I wished this was more. Ruin You starts off strong, but there was a point where all the things goin on ended up to be too much for me to deal with. I had a lot of issues with the budding relationship, if you could call it that, the way it felt, the urgency of it feeling put on or fake. It just wasn't genuine to me. There are issues in the story that felt under-explored and left hanging, as well. The biggest issue I had with this though is the way, in the end, the trust is there. I don't think I' [...]

  • The_Book_Queen

    3 1/2 Stars!Pure enjoyment of this book: 4 StarsThe need for more / issues with the story development: 3 StarsYes, I wanted more from this book, from these characters, from this romance. No, this story was not flawless. Regardless, I did enjoy it, and loved returning to O'Keefe's writing. Could it have used more, just in general? Yes. But I was still quite happy with what I got, found a lot of good quotes, and, as always, enjoyed the chemistry between the couple.~ * ~ * ~ * ~ I will be talking a [...]

  • Paula

    He didn't grovel enough.

  • Christine Jalili

    I absolutely loved this book and devoured it within hours, I was so hooked! This is the story of Simon Malik and how he ended up in the foster program they called " St. Jokes". What debt will he have to pay? Simon wants his revenge on Dale Simpson, but is he falling for the daughter? Is Penny McConnell an alias? Does she know what Dale's done and is she covering for him? What does Bates want with her? I cried for Penny, is Simon using her for his story? You'll have to buy the book to find out wh [...]

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  • Carol (bookish_notes)

    This book is wonderful. It slays me. This book does technically work as a standalone because a lot of the relevant information is recapped at the beginning, but I would still highly recommend checking out Lost Without You and Where I Belong to read Tommy and Beth's story. This series (and the beginning of Ruin You) starts off with these kids in a foster home. There's Tommy, Beth, Simon, Rosa, and Carissa and they're all teenagers at the time. Their foster parents were abusive and it winds up wit [...]

  • Jolie Vines

    A journalist tries to take revenge on a chef for the sins of her father, but falls for her instead in the middle of a beautiful countryside farm setting. City grit meets tranquil, carefully put together love. Where this story didn’t break me, as I’d expected, it gently settled around me, and I read it in one shot, thriving on the feel of it alone.Simon Malik was a resident of St Judes—a foster home for young people who found themselves in trouble. In books 0.5, 1 and 2 (which follow a diff [...]

  • Ptiteaurel

    Depuis que j'ai entamé la lecture de cette saga en VO, je suis complètement accro à ce groupe de jeunes gens qui ont vu leur vie déjà atroce basculer dans l'impensable en une seule nuit. Cette nuit fatidique a tout boulersé et leur avenir déjà incertain est devenu encore plus obscur. Après s'être penché sur l'avenir de Tommy et Beth, nous nous focalisons sur Simon et l'impact de son passé , de cette nuit sur sa vie future. Vous pouvez retrouver ci dessous mes avis sur le prologue et [...]

  • JG

    Ruin You is the third book in Molly O'Keefe's intriguing and captivating The Debt series. The series is about a group of foster teens who were caught in a bad situation and owes a debt to a man named Bates who got them out of it. Each book, centers around one person who is now all grown up and the favors are now being collected. In Ruin You, readers are reconnected with Simon and is now being tasked with an assignment that would repay his debt. But when the assignment in question is the same gir [...]

  • Becky

    Oh goodness, the intensity of this seriesSimon's story! If you haven't read Tommy and Beth's (books 1 and 2--or even if you did, and you need a refresher) that's not a problem here, since you (re-)learn all you need to know about the debt in the beginning. Tommy and Beth have small roles, but the focus is really on Simon and Penny.(And gosh darn it, we still don't know much about Rosa or Clarissaor Bates, for that matter. Write fast, Ms. O'Keefe, please!)It was really hard to see how Simon and P [...]

  • Michele

    Molly has done a fantastic job with this series. This book is fabulous. I was drawn in immediately and kept there till the last word had been read. Even after I had finished the book the story stayed with me. It had me thinking about it even a couple days later. The characters are so complex and real. You can't help but connect with them as their story continues to unfold. Their emotions and feelings run deep. Time disappears as you read. This is the story of Simon Malik and how he ended up in t [...]

  • Dar

    The story was the winner in this book for me. I wanted to see what happened, how it happened, and how it would all wrap up. The characters were interesting, and I felt for them in their circumstances, but just didn't feel the spark between them. It was a little flat for me in the romance department, and while it tried to put a melancholy feeling over it all, that too wasn't quite all the way thereGood story, good characters, light on attraction

  • Kristin

    4.5 stars.Wow that was surprisingly good. Not that I haven't enjoyed her other books, but this one was nearly perfect for me.

  • Mmeguillotine

    4.5 Really great. This whole series is great. I have a head cold so I'm incapable of coherent elaboration on why though.

  • Sandy S

    4 starsABOUT THE BOOK: Release Date November 9, 2017SimonThe only thing that stands in the way of my revenge is her.The lying scheming daughter of the man who killed my parents. She has the secrets I need to bring down her father.And I’ll do anything to get them. I will lie to her. Steal from her. Use her.Ruin her.It helps that our chemistry is explosive.What I’m not expecting is for her to be so sweet. And so strong.So…irresistible.PennyAfter so many years of lying and hiding, I finally h [...]

  • Casey

    Find this review and more at Ramblings From This ChickRuin You is the third book in Molly O'Keefe's The Debt series, but it is a standalone story. I hadn't read the previous two books, but Molly did a great job of explaining everything I could possibly need to know here and I wasn't lost at all. I have mixed feelings on this book, but overall I liked this world that Molly has created and I am interested to read more in this series. Simon lost everything as a result of Penny's father, and he has [...]

  • Allison ❤️Will Never Conquer Her TBR❤️

    Ruin Me is the third book in The Debt series by M. O'Keefe. All books can be read as a standalone story, each book the story of one of the foster kid survivors of the abusive St Jude's home for children. These kids lived through horrors at the hands of the Pastor and in order to escape legal ramifications for actions to escape his clutches, they each agree to pay back the debt to a man named Bates. Never knowing when, just at some point in life, Bates will come and they will each pay it back in [...]

  • Misty (Red's Romance Review's)

    After enduring a troubling childhood Simon has grown to be a broken and vulnerable man riddled with many questions and an unwavering obsession for getting revenge but something stands in his way a very beautiful and unexpected something. The moment he comes face to face with Penny he can't help but fall for her a little, the chemistry they share is unmistakable, but she also represents a part of his past that causes him so much anger, and inviting her into his world could be dangerous and reckle [...]

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