Beautifully Burned by Bey Tolentino

Release Date: 05.20.2016


Just because you use plaster doesn’t mean you’ll heal, and just because it hurts doesn’t mean you’ll die. 
Finally leaving the place that she once called home, Thia Meizler opens up a new chapter of her life that begins with infinite freedom but unfortunately demands onerous responsibilities not just for herself. In contrast to her predicament, she meets a person that screws her mantra the instant they cross paths. 

Mason Kiel Rutledge. 
The trudging bullet whose only aim is to perpetually stick to his practice of no strings attached reciprocates Thia’s unwanted scrutiny. 
He’s careless, but he’s sweet. He’s free, but he’s reserved. He’s wild, but he’s enchanting. He’s not a virgin, but he’s never been kissed. 

When Mason finds out that his idea of greatest surprise is Thia’s most feared nightmare, things get out of control. 

Curiosity provokes persistence. 

Persistence craves for answers. 
Answers solidify friction. 
Friction creates fire.


Beautifully Burned was a good,intriguing read.
There is a lot going on for the characters so it's best not to get distracted.

I've enjoyed to follow Mason and Thia's journey through many ups and downs and unexpected truths that will test their relationship.

I recommend this book to all the readers who like fast paced books with a lot of twists and turns and a "Bad Boy" as main character.


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