The Finish

The Finish

The Finish The highly anticipated companion novel to Whiskey and a Gun is here I loved him I hated him He was my everything He was my undoing Carter had his turn Now it s mine This is my story now

  • Title: The Finish
  • Author: Jade Eby
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 298
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The highly anticipated companion novel to Whiskey and a Gun is here I loved him I hated him He was my everything He was my undoing Carter had his turn Now it s mine This is my story now.

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    So I've been waiting patiently for this book after reading Whiskey and A Gun, I couldn't wait to get into Tawny's head and find out what exactly she was thinking as the events in the prequel took place. While Whiskey and A Gun is told entirely from Carter's POV, its Tawny's turn in The Finish. For those of you who haven't read the series I recommend that you don't skip the prequel since it lays the foundation for much of what takes place in The Finish. So many questions that I had in regards to [...]

    ‘The thought of leaving him scares me more than staying. I don’t know who I am without him.’One book that has always stayed with us is Whiskey and a Gun. That book left us gasping and we’ve desperate to hear Tawny’s side of their sad and tragic story since coming to the end of the prequel.We have to stress that you MUST to read Whiskey and a Gun BEFORE reading The Finish. It’s imperative that you obtain both pov’s to better understand the characters.‘We’re the same person insid [...]

    ‘The thought of leaving him scares me more than staying. I don’t know who I am without him.’One book that has always stayed with us is Whiskey and a Gun. That book left us gasping and we’ve desperate to hear Tawny’s side of their sad and tragic story since coming to the end of the prequel.We have to stress that you MUST to read Whiskey and a Gun BEFORE reading The Finish. It’s imperative that you obtain both pov’s to better understand the characters.‘We’re the same person insid [...]

    I knew going into this book it would be risky. I knew domestic violence would be involved. I know that it may give me a reason to go back into my own history. I did it anyway. Thank you for the book and reminding me of where I never want to be again and where I could have ended up.It was gripping, touching, heart wretching, and knowing there was so many ways to end the story Jade Eby went with the most difficult one. The hardest story to tellbut worth the tellingThe truth of the matter is the se [...]

    Jeez!!! I am so flabbergasted. This book paints a picture of the everyday life (sadly) of a lot of women, and probably some men. It lets you be a fly on the wall and makes you part of the pain of the abusee. At the same time it also makes you experience the way these women keep believing and accepting all the excuses and promises. But the most horrible? " Yes, it is all my fault"

    4.5 starsis was a hard book to read at times simply because of the subject matter. domestic abuse. after finishing the prequel novella and with it's cliffhanger ending, i knew i would be jumping straight into this full length follow up. can't deny it, it was a pretty heavy start to the new year reading list but well worth it i'm in a bit of a book hangover right now after finishing but i'll put up a full review asap because this one deserves it!

    Jade has this way with words. It is amazing. Tawny's story is gut-wrenching and real. Her's and Carter's stories will always be two of my favorites. The kind of that stay with me always.I can't wait to have this baby on my bookshelf!<3

    Before you read The Finish, I HIGHLY recommend you read Whiskey and a Gun. It is a short prequel to this book and it's told completely in Carter's (the male main character) point of view. It's dark, gut-wrenching, disturbing, and very powerful all of this wrapped up into less then 100 pages. That says a lot about what type of author Jade Eby is!!The Finish isn't your typical "boy meets girl from the wrong side of the tracks, they fall in love and live happily ever after" story. No, this is a raw [...]

    The Finish is what I've been waiting for since I read Whiskey and a Gun. I wanted to know what happened to Carter and Tawny and how they would get through this.Well. I got my answer. I literally cannot say anything. It was gut wrenching. What Tawny went through and Carter. I know he is the one abusing her. But from seeing his past and his POV in WAAG, made me sympathize and understand where he was coming from.It was really hard to read the scenes with Tawny and Carter. Just like Tawny, I was wai [...]

    So sad that this actually goes on. If I'm being honest I thought the last 10% dragged a bit. Read Whiskey and a Gun first which is Carter's pov. This one is more detailed from Tawnys pov.

    The Finish is a story about first love and how it grows and evolves, but can change in an instant. It is a gut wrenching tale of real life abuse.Carter and Tawny meet in high school. He is a rich, pretty boy. She is “trailer trash” who lives with a pretty bad reputation. Two complete opposites, yet there are so many similarities in their feelings about life and love.Carter may seem like he has it all, but behind closed doors, his father is abusive. He chooses to remain under the radar. He’ [...]

    There are books out there that are written about taboo love. There are books out there written purely to shock, or even disgust, its readers. This isn't one of those stories. This story was MEANT to be told. It may touch on certain parts of relationships that most people prefer to sweep under the rug and keep out of the public eye, but Carter and Tawny's love needs to see the light. It should be read by everyone. It's powerful. As a woman, it touches a part of me that I prefer to keep under lock [...]

    This is a wonderfully written book. Very we'll written (view spoiler)[But holy shit I should have paid more attention cuz I was NOT prepared for this book. Four stars for the quality but I did not enjoy this story. I never would have read this if I knew this was about an abusive relationship. That being said I still can't deny that the author is a talented writer. (hide spoiler)]

    This book was a fabulous next step in Tawny's story.I cried many tears during the course of this book, but I am happy to say it was worth every one of themis story is not for those faint of heart, but I highly recommend this story to all others.I can definitely feel a terrible book hangover coming on

    I expected this to be exactly what is was, especially after the ending of the first book. That being said I wasn't prepared for it, even knowing what it would be like!!! This was just so depressing! Realbut just so sad and bleak. I had to know how it all worked out but MAN it was hard going!

    This was gut wrecking and fantastic. What a beautiful tragic story with an ending that brought me to happy tears. Tawny is strong, brave , and just amazing. This book has my heart. ♡♡

    The Finish is the conclusion to Whiskey and a Gun in Tawny's POV.It would be best to read that first. Which I Highly recommend!!Whiskey and a Gun left off on a massive cliffhanger leaving me begging for more. This was by far my most anticipated book of the year.The Finish is about Tawny, a girl with a tough upbringing. With an absent father and a drunk for a mother, she's never had good role models or positive influences in life. Living on the wrong side of town, people always assume things abou [...]

    5 I AM FREE STARS!!!!!Contains spoilers.Oh man! This book brought so many feelings and emotions from me and I can admittedly say that I cried through a large portion of The Finish. After reading Whiskey and a gun (which is the prequel and you should start with that first), I couldn't wait to put my hands on this one. In whiskey a gun we understand why Carter is the way he is but this book literally kills. Is it bad that I hated and loved carter? Idk what I'm feeling but I missed him after he was [...]

    *SIGH* Just give me a minuteI never do full reviews or say much on books I've read but this bookOh My Gosh, my heart just hurts right now. After reading Whiskey and a gun I just had to read the novel. I really felt I got to know Carter and I might sound crazy right now but loved and hated him. I just wanted him to get help. I was so disgusted with the way he treated Tawny and the sad truth is that there are women out there going through this right this minute. I can't relate to this situation so [...]

    Looking for loads of love and tons of happiness??? Look elsewhere. Looking for the most true to life, gritty, heartbreaking story you will possibly read this year (unless you go for nonfiction or love the news)? Give this book a read. This is the same story but, through Tawny's point of view, as Whiskey and a Gun. We get to see more of the story, more of her and Carter. It's truly tragic. You feel so much for the characters and, funny thing is, most of it is just sadness, for BOTH of them. Yes, [...]

    The Finish by Jade Eby packs an emotional punch. It is not an easy read. Domestic violence and the motivations of the abused are front and center for over 400 pages. It was hard not to scream at Tawny as I flipped the pages of The Finish while at the same time empathizing with her need to stay, her need to make things right, her need to fix him. We’ve all been in situations like that even if we have not been the victims of domestic violence. And that is what makes The Finish so assessable, so [...]

    What a crazy-ass ride!!! So messed up, and yet I couldn't stop reading. A fucked up story, but the author messed with my emotions. I hated Carter. I felt horrible for Tawny, though sometimes I wanted to shake some sense into her. Their relationship was fucked from the start. I did, however, feel a little bad for Carter because his dad and stupid brothers were the reason he became such a piece of shit. He had no one.Except Tawny. And yet, I wanted her to leave his ass in the dust. He made me sooo [...]

    After reading Whiskey and a Gun, I couldn't wait to get the story from Tawny's POV. I wasn't disappointed, I was in tears! Jade does an amazing job of getting into her character and bringing out all the emotions and in great detail! This is extremely real and gives great insight into the mind of Tawny. Tawny is from the wrong side of the tracks. Living with absentee, drug addict parents. Wishing for a better life, but to realistic to expect it, she's just trying to get by. But when Carter, a boy [...]

    This book is the hardest for me to stomach. It has nothing to do with the author's writing -- I think she did an amazing job of portraying the emotional side of a victim of Domestic Violence and how sometimes, it isn't always so black and white. If Domestic Violence is your trigger, please please stay away from this book.It makes me sad that at this moment, right as I am writing this, there are husbands or wives out there who are experiencing this type of abuse. Our society, isn't so understandi [...]

    I'm not really sure what I think of this book. I obviously finished it, so it wasn't horrible, but I'm not sure what the point of the book was. The lead female character was not brave, she was not strong, she was extremely weak minded. I was hoping a better story than this. (view spoiler)[ She wasn't strong because she killed him, she had no other choice. Only when she was faced with the life or death situation was she strong enough to kill him. If he hadn't tried to kill her first, we would hav [...]

    What an emotional story I wasn't sure how I was going to feel about reading a story like this but I'm glad I did There were definitely some hard parts to read through and I'd catch myself asking "Why did it have to end up like this for them?" I wanted to believe so badly that Carter would wake up and get help or that Tawny would find her inner strength and leave; but then reading her thoughts and emotions during the more difficult scenes it was easy to understand her glimmer of hope, fear of cha [...]

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