I have been making time (usually at 3am) to read a bit more recently, so I thought I’d start featuring a few short reviews on my blog. I’m going to start with “Damaged Goods” By J.C. Hannigan…

Damaged Goods By J.C. Hannigan

J.C.Hannigan was one of the first people I followed on instagram, way back when. She lives in Ontario, Canada with her husband, their two sons and two dogs. She writes contemporary new adult romance and suspense. Her novels focus on relationships, mental health, social issues, and other life challenges. I have followed her writing journey from the start, and loved her first two books. I was very excited to be given an early copy her latest release: Damaged Goods…

Damaged Goods By J.C. Hannigan

SYNOPSIS of Damaged Goods is J.C. Hannigan:

“Everly Daniels can’t seem to fall out of love with Grayson Dixon.

Five years after locking eyes with him, Everly is drawn to him like a moth to a flame. He has a pull on her that she can’t seem to break, even if she wanted to. Grayson may be the love of her life, but he doesn’t make it easy. He has built walls around himself that only Everly can breach. But Grayson knows he is not the good guy. He’s reckless and careless, and even if Everly brings a little color into his life, he worries he will destroy her, and cares too much to let that happen.

She has always been the shy wallflower who is afraid to participate. But senior year, all that is about to change.

This captivating new adult novel will take readers on a riveting journey of emotion and growth.”

More About J.C. Hannigan

Damaged Goods is J.C. Hannigan’s 3rd book. It is the 1st from the damaged series, and it is available to buy from today!

It’s published by Booktrope Publishing and is available to buy on Amazon and Apple Books.

Keep in touch with the Author here:


I read this book in just under 30 hours, which is no easy task with two small children in tow. It was addictive, and I felt myself drawn in right from the start. It seems like your typical “girl next door falls for the wrong guy” type of story to begin with, but there are a lot of twists, curve balls and bumps in the road. I kept wanting Everly to get over Grayson and see what she was missing out on. I wonder if other people felt the same…?


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