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"Children of Blood and Bone"
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This book gives us a deeper look into who the real Jeremy Evans was. And wow, his story is so deep and complex. There are so many layers to him that we never knew about, so many emotions he kept hidden from his family. Jeremy was living a double life, and now we get the full story. I was so shocked while reading this book. So many unexpected twists, but they helped to explain why he acted the way he did around his family members. We know what happens to the Evan's family after Jeremy's arrest. But now we see what he goes through during his time in jail, as well as what happens afterwards. Jeremy's story will make you cry, want to scream, gasp and make you laugh. M.S. Brannon loves to take us on this whirlwind ride with huge ups and downs, and this story is no exception to that.
I am so in love with M.S. Brannon's unique and creative style. She is not afraid to write the dirty and realistic type of scenes. These incredibly written scenes add so much to these books. They captivate you and make you feel as if YOU are living in Sulfur Heights and living all this drama along with Jeremy and the rest of the Evans family. I HIGHLY suggest that you grab this series and get ready for am emotional ride! I cannot wait to see what else this amazing author will bring us.
If you've read Tragic Love, Blind Love and Surviving Love, then you know that those books seemed to re-hash the same plot points over and over throughout all three. But Redeemed Love, while it does start out during the same time period, is completely different. As a reader, you FINALLY get to know what was going on in Jeremy's mind and what made him decide that dealing drugs is the only option he has. Breaks my heart.
As I was reading this book, I wanted to get to the end, so I could read his HEA with Cami...but at the same time, I never wanted their book to end, so I could always keep reading about the two of them finding their way. Also, I was listening to my iPod and the song Santa Fe by Jon Bon Jovi (on the Blaze of Glory/Young Guns II soundtrack) came on that sums up Jeremy's life in stanza:
"And I blame this world for making a good man evil
It's this world that can drive a good man mad
And it's this world that turns a killer into a hero
Well I blame this world for making a good man bad"
--Jon Bon Jovi
Truthfully, this entire song is the soundtrack of Jeremy's life. He's a modern day outlaw with a heart of gold.
M.S. Brannon is not necessarily known for her lack of typos or grammatical prowess (even using the appropriate spelling for the meaning of a word - in Blind Love, she used the word 'morn' instead of 'mourn' more than once and my personal favourite 'peaked' instead of 'piqued'), and in this book, all of those errors were lost on me. I didn't notice any (except San Quinton instead of San Quentin) because the characters were so engrossing.
When Jeremy finally tells his family why he made his decisions, I was crying like a baby. If you don't read any of the other books in this series, read this one. Jeremy will make you believe that no matter the time, space or distance, you can always go home again. I cannot wait until the Family Epilogue! I hope it's set years in the future - because those are the best kinds of epilogues.
The Evans family have a special place in my heart. These brothers have been through it all, violence, betrayal, death and they've remained strong, but in the aftermath of Blind Love and Surviving Love, Jeremy Evans has several things to atone for and he needs to start with himself. He made a grave mistake, but made what I felt was an ultimate sacrifice to try and make things right, he did what he had to do, but now he needs to start mending his broken relationships.
Redeemed Love is the absolute best by far of The Sulfur Heights Series. The story of Jeremy Evans completely shattered me. I felt it all...sadness, fear, love, hate, anger, I felt as though I was living through it feeling everything that Jeremy felt. This book was amazingly bittersweet and beautifully written. M.S. Brannon grabs at your gut, twists your heart and definitely shakes you up. You ride an emotional roller coaster from the very beginning, but one thing remains...family is family and your family will always have your back. They may not like you all the time, but they love you regardless.
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This is jeremy and camis story and I have to tell you this one pulls at your heart.Read more