Fighting Thrasher Jones (Worth It, #3)
DREW ELLIS painfully remembers the parents who suddenly left her in the care of her older brother after a car accident ripped them from her life, and she also remembers the haunting memory of her brother clearly.
It had been roughly two years since he had tragically passed away. Truly alone, Drew has no choice but to move in with her alcoholic, abusive boyfriend.
BENJI WALKER lives alone in solitude and hardly ever leaves his apartment. Despite graduating from high school a few years earlier, he has yet to immerse himself in preparing for the real world. Depression threatens to ruin his life and he resorts to alcohol as his saving grace.
Witnessing Drew's boyfriend's verbal attack on her from the balcony of his apartment, Benji saves the frail girl and promises her a place to stay as long as she doesn't ask him any questions.
Will Drew be able to keep her mouth shut and not ask questions? Or will she abandon Benji once she finds out who he really is?
*This is the third book of the Worth It series, but can be read without reading the first two.*
WARNING: This story deals with heavy issues, such as depression, abuse, and suicide. Please be careful if these could trigger unwanted emotions from you.