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Sebastian Miles was twenty-three years old and living a charmed life. Loving family, beautiful girlfriend, and lead singer of the rock band, Paradox. Their debut album shot to number one on the charts, and they had just come off a worldwide tour, performing in venues filled to capacity. Then, one night, a tragedy rocked his world in a whole new way, turning him into someone he no longer recognized. Now, two years later, and on the other side of his own private hell, he learns to stop taking everything and everyone for granted. Yet, he is still alone. Then, one day he meets her, and suddenly, his darkened world is once again filled with hope.
Brooke Caldwell is a twenty-four-year-old prodigy in the culinary world. After a lifetime filled with heartache, she decides to pursue the opportunity of a lifetime by interviewing for a world famous chef in Los Angeles. While visiting the city, she is reminded how cold and calculated the world can be. Until she meets him, and he shows her a world filled with the love and support that she never knew growing up. Two wounded souls. Two hearts that continue to beat, in spite of all the damage that has been done. What happens when their damaged hearts collide? And, could they possibly be the half that finally makes the other whole? (Amazon Blurb)
Rockstar bad boys always have had a soft spot and an important one in my reading library – they are physically tentalizing and seductive, they are artistically geniuses and captivating, and they have a vulnerability about them that they desperately hide behind their bad boy persona. Rhonda James’ Sebastian’s bad boy image is no different than the ones I’ve come to love, but his personal struggles and the fact that her realizes he can’t continue on his current path have struck a nerve so profound with me that I rooted for Sebastian to pull himself together and become a man Brooke can depend on. I won’t lie on the fact that David was my quick crush of the novel (I’ve staked my claim on that one ladies!), but Sebastian tugged on my heartstrings while Brooke showed me what it meant to persevere when the people who surrounds you won’t give you the support you desperately need to take the leap into the unknown. But it’s not until the two meet and we get to know them that I realize that sometimes all we need is someone to understand our pain and our goals. Some days, that bond will allow us to make us stronger – and yet, we can’t ignore that our suffering and the effects of the events having led to it can also create a wall of doubt. Rhonda James brings to life love, second chances and most of all, fighting for what you believe in – which happens to be for Sebastian and Brooke their dreams, one to stop taking life and everyone in it for granted and the other to make in the culinary industry. This is, quite frankly, another hit in my books and opinion for Rhonda James and has become easily one of my favorite author in the Romance genre (and if she comes up with novels in other genres, I’ll be all over those and curious how she’ll leave her mark on the genres).
**Received a copy in exchange for an honest review. Read and reviewed by Kathleen for Alpha Book Club**
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