A. Meredith Walters – Reclaiming the Sand Series Reading Order

by Maryse on August 26, 2017 · 0 comments

in Reading Order Guide:

BULLY BOOK ALERT!!! BUT SHE is the one that is the bully! GASP!!

marina: I’m intrigued by Reclaiming the Sand where the girl is the bully!

bev: I’ve heard a lot of good things about Reclaiming the Sand. But I’m a bit hesitant because of the heroine. Unlikable heroines are hard door me.

Theresa: Reclaiming the sand can be a challenging emotional read. The heroine is difficult to like, but the author gives such poignant insight into her past that the reader develops a strong understanding of her motivations.

Northernstar: I’m in the middle of “Reclaiming the Sand” by A. Meredith Walters that came out in 2014. What a excruciating beautiful story. So many feels.

Amy: Reclaiming the Sand by A. Meredith Walters was another 5 star for me, too.

About book #1:

Bully and victim.
Tormenter and tormented.
Villain and hero.

Ellie McCallum was a bully. No connection to anyone or anything. A sad and lonely existence for a young woman who had come to expect nothing more for herself. Her only happiness coming from making others miserable.

Particularly Freaky Flynn.

Flynn Hendrick lived a life completely disconnected even as he struggled to become something more than that boy with Asperger’s. He was taunted and teased, bearing the brunt of systematic and calculated cruelty, ultimately culminating in a catastrophic turn of events that brought Ellie and Flynn’s worlds crashing down.

But then Flynn and Ellie grew up.

And moved on.

Until years later when their paths unexpectedly cross again and the bully and the freak are face to face once more.

When labels come to define you, finding yourself feels impossible. Particularly for two people disconnected from the world who inexplicably find a connection in each other.

And out of the wreckage of their tragic beginnings, an unlikely love story unfolds.

But a painful past doesn’t always want to let go. And old wounds are never truly healed…and sometimes the further you try to run from yourself the closer you come to who you really are.



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