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After We Break Paperback – September 25, 2015
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Very well edited, for adults for sexual content and language. Highly recommended for someone looking for a rockstar read that isn't as much rockstar as it is romance.
"She was the girl. The only girl. Ever. Nothing good could come from a life spent without her— he’d learned that the hard way. He’d do anything not to lose her again."
They find that neither of them are exactly as they remember and have changed a lot through the years. Zach has transformed from a lanky, awkward, antisocial classically trained musician to cocky, ripped, tattooed heavy metal rocker. And Violet, the open, carefree hippie poet is now a reserved, suburban chick lit author, somewhat floundering in life.
“I don’t care how different we are. I’ll do anything to make this work because nothing else matters to me as much as you. Everything else in my life is expendable except for you."
They not only find that their love hasn't faded, but Zach helps Violet rediscover herself in the process.
It's a sweet, beautiful, thorough story, complete with flashbacks from the time they met, fell in love, to the lovely epilogue at the end. I love that we get to see them interacting as teens in college, we get to know them a bit as they were then, not just as they are now. The progression of their relationship and their issues seemed very realistic. The characters are human, flawed and very relatable. The sex scenes were hot, sweet and passionate.
I've also read The Vixen and the Vet by Katy Regnery and it's one of my favorites!
Beautiful story of lost chances due to mental abuse in a family. A kid not knowing how to react to an emotion he had little exposure to. You could hardly blame him but how was she to know? Many misconceptions and 9 years later fate brings them back together to heal but it's not that simple. And that's what I enjoyed about this story. Reuniting was difficult for both of them. Getting over the hurt and the changes that had perpetuated the changes in their lives. Violet had completely changed herself to please her quasi boyfriend after Z rejected her. Ignoring her creativity and abandoning herself for 9 years. Z totally abandoning his dreams and creativity by 'settling' into the life he happened on at Julliard.
When fate steps in they struggle to reconcile with the cards that life has dealt them. But in the end they recognize that their demise wasn't one sided. It was in fact both their doing and the story to that realization and thus reconciliation with what life had dealt them was true to life and heart wrenching. Good HEA. Looking forward to that is what kept me reading some difficult parts of the book.
Highly recommended. These are two truly gifted people, two halves of a soul that eventually came together as was meant to be.
I was looking forward to reading Cora's story after reading the bonus chapter but was disappointed that I couldn't find it on Amazon. Not sure if it was ever published. It's not on the author's page.
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