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are interviewed by Rolling Stone magazine. This is their story.
Not all relationships are built on hearts and flowers.
Some struggle with demons, some with infidelity while others struggle with
fame. For Brayden Vanderburg fame almost cost him the love of his life,
his soul mate, his first in so many ways.
His first dream was snatched away at his high school football game
then fate stepped in and gave him new direction…music.
Lily Gregson was caught stealing apples on the Vanderburg farm and it’s that
incident that cemented their future.
Lily’s dream, a school teacher, working with children, little did she
know that one day, one of her own would need the nurturing of her
Lily and Brayden’s story is just another reason I keep reading Katie Ashley
novels. She teases you with steamy love scenes then has you crying when
you least expect it. One scene in Vegas (no spoiler) brought back a character
I adored and I’m glad the tissues were nearby.
I was shocked by the violent and heat breaking event (again no spoiler)
that reunited Brayden and Lily.
I’m relieved the author didn’t elaborate on Lily and Brayden’s year apart, his less
than faithful period when drugs and alcohol consumed him.
I didn’t want the play by play of him, prick dipping.
To me he is the ultimate family man, husband and father. That’s
how I want to remember him as not a douche bag rocker.
It’s hard when a series you love ends, I enjoyed Jake the man-whore,
AJ, the Latino lover, Rhys, the southern gentleman and Brayden, my hero, the boy wonder
who was able to achieve it all.
When one series ends, another begins and 2015 is promising new series with new genres.
It’s going to be a good year!
I love the entire Runaway Train family. This is truly a beautiful story that gives a complete look at the how Runaway Train boys first got together. The story is told as Brayden and Lily sit down in Savannah with Rolling Stone magazine for an interview about marriage, and raising kids on tour. The whole group and their families are in Savannah for Rhys and Allison’s wedding. The entire story is told through a series of flashbacks, which begins with Bray and Lily’s first meeting, and carries us through the trials and tribulations of fame and life on a tour bus. Ms. Ashley surprised me with how and why Brayden first picked up the guitar, and shocked me even further with some of Brayden’s early behavior in the relationship. Even though we “know” Brayden and Lily have a very happy marriage, I was completely sucked into their early drama. Ms. Ashley’s seamless writing keeps their journey fresh and engaging. It was also interesting to get to know Jake, AJ and Rhys in their early days. I kind of didn’t like Jake much in this book, but realize that was Jake’s character before Abby. The boys’ relationship with Lily is nicely woven into the overall story. Bray and Lily’s wedding is delivered with just enough humor to be funny, but still allowed for a romantic moment to blossom in Las Vegas. Finally, I love how Ms. Ashley finds a way to create interest into a cause such as Autism. I found learning all about Bray and Lily’s children, and their extraordinary romance made me a believer in first love. The ending was over-the-top sweet and romantic as the two are given a spotlight dance at Rhys and Allison’s wedding. There are some minor editing issues that I’ve never seen in a Katie Ashley book before – but not enough to overshadow this sweet, romantic, dialogue-driven love story for Brayden and Lily. The best news yet – Eli of Jacob’s Ladder (Abby’s brother) will be featured in the The Jacob Ladder series due out in 2015. Which means … the boys of Runaway Train haven’t left the building!
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I have become a runaway train fan since book 1, and loved every and each book, because they where all a part of the soul of the story, but this one was just...Read more