|January 2nd 2018|
|Does the past ever really stay in the past?
Nikan can never be complete. He’s got a rock group made up of the family he built for himself, more money than he knows what to do with, and a stream of groupies falling over themselves to date him. But none of them are her. The one regret that still plagues him, still taunts him with what he could have had.
Jenny is a survivor. Now running a group home after overcoming life in a cult lead by her manipulative father and watching her mother drink the poison he fed his followers, she fights to keep the light in the eyes of every boy who walks through her doors. Far from simple young love, Nik taught her to trust, showed her how good life could be. Before he formed the band. Before he became a famous rockstar. Before he destroyed it all.
A chance meeting after years of no contact shows the connection still blazes between them. But will they have their second chance at love? Or will the weight of their past crush their future together?
|From the first glimpse I got at these special guys they were always dear to my heart. I remember when they were introduced as secondary characters in this authors previous series and I also remember almost begging Ms. Cole to write a series for them because I felt they wanted their story to be told. They were to big to remain in the shadows.
And it feels like we were on the same page when it came to each and every one of the characters …. Especially on my feeling that Lennon would be the last because while all of them have a lot to tell to the readers it was from the beginning Lennon who seemed the darkest of them all.
There was just one character I could never fully grasp and that was Nikan – Somehow he never came into the focus for me before and I am not even sure why. But fact is his story was a lot more than I would have ever expected. I can not condone what he did to Jenny – not for a second and I fully understand Jenny in everything she was saying and doing.
But the explanations the reader is receiving …. well they do not make it OK but they help understanding how it happened and the author describes a magnetism between the characters that makes it hard to not think of them as a couple.
Also I think so far this was the most emotional on of the books. When I got my first glimpse at theses Guys I would have thought Jordan’s story to be most emotional one given his circumstances but the more you get to know the guys the more the view shifted … and now I know that so far this was the deepest one that involved a lot of soul-searching. But I also know something else … and
Hi it’s me again the woman begging you to write this series. Yeah the one you even shared a a drink with in Berlin last year. (and the waiting to get the next one – good thing there are understanding husbands that occupy their time with fetching drinks when they find themselves in the presence of an overwhelming amount of females talking books #lol)
I would like to thank you for the wonderful journey with this bunch of guys every story has been a pleasure so far and I want to tell you that I can hardly wait for Lennon’s story now (yes I read the first pages and it almost stopped my breathing) ….
So I need that book like NOW ….
I will take a look at your Love over Duty series next but I am a little afraid that might not be for me – so I am wondering what you are planning next. And I am pretty sure you already have plans. #grinning … – you mind sharing ?
I remain with the utmost love for your characters
Your Reader Jeri J