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My Song for You: A Pushing Limits Novel (Pushing Limits #2) by Stina Lindenblatt

 
 

September 7, 2016

 

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Jeri’s Book Attic

 
 

 

 

 

Title :              My Song for You

Author :           Stina Lindenblatt

Series :            Pushing Limits #2

Release date :   September 6th 2016

Rating :           4 Stars

 

Blurb : At twenty-one, Jared Leigh had been prepared to give up the life of a touring musician to be a father after getting his girlfriend pregnant. When she told him that she’d gotten an abortion, Jared was devastated. Now at least he has the groupies to keep him company—until a blast from the past rocks his world.Callie Talbert hasn’t seen her sister’s ex since high school. But after Callie bumps into Jared while she’s grocery shopping with four-year-old Logan, there’s a spark that wasn’t there before. Jared quickly realizes that her deaf “son” is the same age his own child would have been. When Jared demands to know more about Logan, Callie panics. There are things she just can’t tell him. Besides, Jared’s a bad-boy rocker, not a dependable father figure. He’ll move on to his next gig soon enough . . . right?Trouble is, Jared refuses to be pushed away, and the more quality time he spends with Logan, the more he’s captivated by the woman Callie has become. When the truth is revealed, Jared only hopes that the three of them have what it takes to become a real family.

 

Review : Yet another powerful novel by Stina Lindenblatt – wow.

 

Is it just me or are the plotlines getting better by the book. Well at least I believe that the storytelling is getting stronger for sure.

 

I think it can not be long now until this author makes the final 5th star her own with me …

 

It is not that those plotlines are so unique that they have never been told before – no – that would be exaggerated . It is more the way this author tells them. I have read now several books from her and she even managed to “sell” me a sports novel in a way that I could relate to it – so far, my extend in sports started and ended with boxing and MMA fights and I am ok with that.

 

To be honest – at the beginning I did not like Callie very much – because she kept something from Jared that I personally feel she had no right to unless she had good reasons and her reasons were not good enough for me.

 

I can not venture into explaining good reasons as that would spoiler to much. Only so much has to be said – I understand loyalty but there is also a false loyalty

 

Jared is a great guy – I am thinking very hard just now if there was anything about him that I disliked. God I even loved his mother – and I think not everybody can say that about her (book)boyfriend.

 

As with her other novels – Ms. Lindenblatt creates a vivid picture of the characters and their surrounding environment. This makes it easy for the readers to envision the story while reading it – and I admit I stood in a supermarket at one point and was trying to get stuff from a shelf – thinking “WHERE ARE THOSE JAREDS” when you need them.

 

Great read …

 

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