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It starts around 2 yrs later from Scarred Love. This is Drake Evans and Presley Quinn's story.
This series is not for the faint of heart. You have to understand by reading a novel from any author, we cannot always get a HEA. I know that a lot of people use reading to escape but we do need to keep it interesting. I love Brannon's Sulfur Heights Series because she offers these different types of writing styles to her readers.
We get to know Drake a whole lot more in this story of course and I think he is the sweetest of them all and after reading this book, could possibly be the strongest through all the trials and tribulations he had to face with Presley to the end.
Presley faces her past demons and she uses sex and drugs to hide her pain. I don't want to give to much of the story but get ready with lots of ice cream and tissues.
You get to be introduced to Presley's southern belle best friend Delilah which I fell in love with. She is always there for Presley through the hardest times. There is definitely some tension between her and Jake that is building and cannot wait for their story in Blind Love.
Reggie and Darcie do get married in this book and you get some updates on them throughout Tragic Love.
Jeremy, well, I am so curious about him that it is driving me insane. He is always quiet but has the best wisecrack phrases when he does speak up.
“From the moment I locked eyes with hers, we've had this undeniable connection that was and will always be wicked. A love that would literally kill me if it didn't survive, but lately, could kill me if it did.” ~Drake Evans.
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You know it when you meet that person you can't live without and you wonder what you did before they entered your life. The person you are changes dramatically and your whole world becomes that other person...that piece you were missing.
For Drake and Presley, they are exactly that....
Tragic Love takes place after the events of Scarred Love when Presley is rescued from her horrifically abusive uncle. She comes to reside with the Evans family leaving the awful events of her life behind to move forward.
Drake's attraction and devotion to Presley was instantaneous from the moment she stepped into his world. He worshiped her and took care of her, but is Drake strong enough for the two of them? Presley is still very much broken, but Drake is determined to give her a better life, he is determined to make her happy and love her no matter what!!
If you have not read Tragic Love, it is time to one click and fall in love all over again with the Evans.
Preston was saved from her uncle, but the nightmares don't leave her and, coupled with a history of depression, she finds herself drowning and searching frantically for a way to keep herself afloat and pain free. This leads her down some dark alleys. Through all of it, Drake struggles to just keep going, keep supporting her, to be her strength. I really am amazed that Drake, 19 years old, is able to cope at all under the weight.
So, no, this is not happy at all, and really there are few to no smiling or happy moments. This is a complete tragedy, just as the title says. Read this one when you are ready for a dark and sad book filled with life's unfairness.
All in all, 4 stars, well probably more like 3.5. The beginning honestly didn't grip me right away and felt clunky. I eventually settled into the story though and liked it, or at least as much as you can like such a sad book. I guess I would more say I would appreciate the story than like it. It is different in this genre.
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