“Waiting on” Wednesday | Soul to Keep by Garrett Leigh


Breaking the Spine created this feature – “Waiting on” Wednesday, where bloggers could gush about their most coveted upcoming releases. Here’s mine:


Recovering addict Jamie Yorke has returned to England from California. With no home or family to speak of, he sticks a pin in a map and finds a small town in the Derbyshire Peak District. Matlock Bath is a quiet place—he just needs to get there, keep his head down, and stay clean. Simple, right? Until a chance meeting on the flight home alters the course of his so-called life forever.

Ex-Army medic Marc Ramsey is recovering from life-changing combat injuries while pulling nights as a trauma specialist at the local hospital. Keeping busy is a habit he can’t quit, but when Jamie—so wild and beautiful—bursts into his life, working himself into the ground isn’t as compelling as it used to be.

Marc falls hard, but chaos lurks behind Jamie’s fragile facade. He’s winning his battle against addiction, but another old foe is slowly consuming him. Both men have weathered many storms, but the path to the peace they deserve might prove the roughest ride yet.

Publication date: April 2nd, 2018


You guys! I did not even know this book was coming out! Birdie Bookworm had to tell me about it. What kind of a fangirl am I??!?! I LOVED Jamie in Rented Heart (more for his brokenness than anything,) and I cannot believe he is getting his own story. I have to know what is going on in his life, and if he’s going to be able to conquer his addiction and find happiness.



6 thoughts on ““Waiting on” Wednesday | Soul to Keep by Garrett Leigh

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  1. Just reading the blurb, my heart aches for them. I think this will be a good one.

    On a side note, how often have I wondered what it would be like to randomly pick a place to live and just move there? I couldn’t do it, but I sometimes which I could…


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