Book Review — Rewired by Amy Queau

Posted 12/05/2013 by Juliana in Book, Review /// 0 Comments ///

This book may be unsuitable for people under 17 years of age due to its use of sexual content, drug and alcohol use, and/or violence.
Book Review — Rewired by Amy Queau Title: Rewired
Author: Amy Queau
Publisher by: Independent
Published on: November 12, 2013
Genres: Chick Lit, Psychological
Format: eARC
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Related Books: Progress, Interrupted

“Because if it weren’t for Jesse, I would have never been the girl you fell in love with.” -Charlie

Impasse: def. noun. 1. a situation in which no progress seems possible. 2. a difficult or puzzling situation from which there is no easy escape.

Charlie is about to find out how far into Jesse’s tormented past she needs to travel when she hops into his car, leaving the man she loves alone and searching for answers.
But Samuel’s a fighter. He’s not about to give up without an explanation. And he’s soon to discover events in Charlie’s past that offer reasons to her recent behavior. But will it be enough for him to want her back?
Unable to forgive herself for what she’s done to Samuel - and her crumbling future without him - Charlie’s solution is simple: Help Jesse open his mind and his heart, allowing him to trust someone for the first time in his life.

Rewired is the third and final book in The Progress Series.

Warning: This book contains sensitive material (including sexually explicit content, acts of graphic violence, language, and triggers) and may not be appropriate for all readers.

OMG!!! I am somewhat at a loss for words on what to write for this review. The last book was beautiful, hard, emotional, funny and so so many more emotions. If you have made it this far in the series then you are 1000% invested like me. I love Charlie, Jesse and Sam. I love them as individuals…I love them together…hehe, that sounds kinda dirty. I am so very sad to see them go but at the same time I am so very happy for the ending they received. The ending they deserved. This truly was the perfect ending to an imperfect, broken couple.

Rewired picks up exactly where Interrupted left off. Charlie has left Sam and she is determined to help Jesse. She knows Jesse needs her to find the peace he so desperately deserves. Things are not easy AT ALL in this book. Jesse is struggling bad but Charlie is determined to prove that she will be there….that she will not leave. Something she truly believes, in heart, will help him in the end. I love how Charlie gained a backbone in this last book. She may not have always felt as strong as she portrayed on the outside but sometimes “you gotta fake it to make it” and she did that beautifully. She held Jesse accountable for his rotten behavior and I was so proud of her for it.

There is so much I want to say but I can’t cause I do not want to destroy the story for you but it really is a must read. So many questions are answered. Charlie and Jesse grow so much it is absolutely awesome to watch. The Epilogue alone was enough to make me read the book. I loved that Epilogue. It was full circle of their story. Of their love. Of their friendship. LOVED IT <3

Amy…my beautiful, wonderful Amy. I read a lot of books…this you know but since the first time you sent me your ARC’s for Progress and Interrupted, when we first started this blog, you had me hooked. I love the way you write. I love the way you weave a story. I love the way you make me feel. I had a connection to Charlie. I used to be Charlie at one point in my life. I like to believe that I found my strength in the end like her also. Thank you for writing this wonderful series, the fantastic characters and giving them a great ending. I have made a friend in you that I am so grateful for. I truly hope you continue to write. I want to know what other characters you have in that head of yours.

My favorite part of the whole book….it made me cry and just proves what an awesome writer Amy is….


Exclusive Alternate Ending – Rewired

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About Amy Queau

I am a mother and wife, first and foremost. I decided to hit the computer and write Progress because I had a very personal story to tell. I do hope you enjoy it.
I live in the suburbs of Minneapolis, MN with my husband, two children; Junior and Evie, and my dog, Saba Lou.
I enjoy writing, drawing, crosswords, games, reading and of course, spending time with my beautiful family.