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- File Size : 4425 KB
- ASIN : B00NK4HP0Q
- Publisher : Yessi Smith (September 13, 2014)
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Publication Date : September 13, 2014
- Print Length : 220 pages
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Not enabled
- Language: : English
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Page Numbers Source ISBN : 1502307189
- Simultaneous Device Usage : Unlimited
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,330,656 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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The main Hero, Adam in this read is a lead singer for a band that he and his friend started, They have just started to make it big time and are going on tour when we first get blindsided. Adam is a saint and trying to everything to help the one girl he has loved from afar, Dee is broken, depressed and in some much pain, it made me hurt. She has a baby on the way and needs to learn how to live again.
This book was heartwrenching, when Dee went up to the top level at the hospital and begged for help, I was crying she eas so strong to ask for help. Adam was just her knight in shining amour that she didn't even know she needed. He was just an outstanding character that will make all the ladies swoon, and ovaries explode.
First can I just say that this is very different from so many books I've read lately. There's no insta-love, no just falling all over one another at every turn, the characters love built up over time and what it was built upon was something raw, real and gritty. It was so refreshing to see real life experiences, heart ache and situations that happen in real life.
Adam is a sexy rocker - and on the outside he's every bit the typical lead singer of an up and coming popular band. Dee is the constant who's been with the band from the time they were playing in garages. Adam's feelings for Dee come from a bone deep place ... "She is my light, the ever beating of my heart." Dee's feelings scare her and confuse her but over time she realizes just what it means to be loved and to love someone forever ... "All the todays in the world wouldn't be enough, but it's what we've been given."
I loved Love, Always so very much. It was so unexpected and real, but at the same time lovely and sexy and so fabulous.
Long, but beautiful, story short, Dee finds out that she and her rocker boyfriend, Josh, are expecting. When she tells him, he's amazed and proposes. A few minutes later he takes the stage with his best friend and band mate, Adam. But then tragedy strikes and Dee and Adam are left picking up the pieces. Dee agrees to have Adam be her baby's daddy. But Dee never really does. she can't seem to find a way to really go on, so the same day she gives birth to her little girl, she checks herself into the psychiatric ward at the hospital to get help.
After a lot of trials and mess ups, Dee and Adam end up making their way back to each other and falling in love. They find comfort and a bigger love then either of them could have asked for. They prove that end the end true love will win and that even in the darkest of times you can find something amazing.
Josh and Dee were planning a future together. The band Josh was in was finally going on tour, they were planning a wedding and as the story starts, Dee is figuring out how to inform Josh she is pregnant. Shortly after learning he is going to be a father, an accident happens and Dee is left alone. So not what I was expecting. Then there is Adam, best friend to Josh and band mate, who also loves Dee but never said anything. How could he when she is his best friends girl. Now he is gone so is it betraying your best friend to be there for her or not?
Another surprising thing was Dee checking herself into the psychiatric ward after the birth of her baby leaving Adam to be the father to Josh’s child. It was wonderful to see how the author dealt with Dee’s grief and it wasn't easy for her to move on after losing Josh.
Both Adam and Dee have had to deal with the loss of a parent or parents in their childhoods. Yes, the type of loss is different for each of them but this plays a factor in how they are handling Josh being gone and it could tear them apart. Will they be strong enough to survive?
Another thing I enjoyed were the supporting characters. They brought laughter when needed and kept things real. I am looking forward to reading more from this author and am glad for the recommendation to read this book and that I didn't know what the story-line was about.