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**See goodreads.com/NMmomof4 for my full review with spoilers**
Brief Summary of the Storyline: This is April and Beau's story. Beau is a drummer for a famous rock band that has been suffering from severe depression since he was a child. The band gets asked to play at a benefit, and this is where he meets April. He has minimal experience with women and wants to remain closed off due to his mental health status, but there is something about April that he cannot forget. April is instantly intruiged by him and tries to get him to open up to her. They dance around things for a little bit, but eventually start a relationship and fall in love. There are some big issues with Beau's mental health and life in general, but they work through them and get their HEA.
POV: This alternated between April and Beau's POV.
Overall Pace of Story: Good. I never skimmed, and I felt like it flowed well.
Instalove: No. It was quick, but I felt like it took a sufficient amount of time for those stronger feelings to develop.
H rating: 4 stars. Beau. He was pretty damaged, but he had a good heart and really wanted love in his life.
h rating: 5 stars. April. She was a pretty perfect woman. She loved the H unconditionally, and stepped up to the plate when other things got thrown at her.
Sadness level: Low/moderate. This covers some heavy subjects, but I never needed tissues.
Heat level: Moderate. They had some good chemistry and hot scenes.
Descriptive sex: Yes.
Safe sex: Yes. Mentions of std status and birth control
OW/OM drama: Not at all!
Sex scene with OW or OM: Yes
Possible Triggers: Yes
Closure: This had some good closure with a cute epilogue and a HEA ending.
How I got it: It was part of my kindle unlimited subscription.
Beau's childhood was spent living in the Foster care system which wasn't easy. He finds that playing the drums help quiet the demons in his life and give him a sense of freedom from the pain. Because of the way he grew up he doesn’t believe in happily ever after or that he deserves to be loved.
April has lived a privileged life with parents who love her. She doesn’t know what it fells like to live a life without caring parents, like the children in the welfare system. Once she meets Beau there is some type of connection but how can she get him to open up to her when he is so quiet.
Will his demons keep them apart or will the connection they have be enough to get him to open up?
Right from the start I was not able to put this book down. Beau is not what I was expecting and I was shocked over a few things, especially his childhood. We already knew he was in a foster home but what transpired to why was not expected. The author did an awesome job in keeping the storyline real. Yes, there were a couple parts that were predictable but the way the author delivered it had me in tears and even though I knew it was coming I couldn’t prevent the emotions from happening. I was also able to relate to the emotions that were consuming April several times in the book. The interaction of the band, Beau’s only family, added to the emotional ride this book took you on. I can’t wait to read the next book in the series regardless if is is Natalie or Tanner's story, as they both have one. I will be recommending this book and series as it is a must read.
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