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I wanted everything to be fresh in my mind before going on to read Beat Of His Own Drums hence me reading this again. I still wasn't prepared for all the memories good and bad that came rushing back.
Not only does Ben ooze sex appeal but he's smooth too and this is made all the more obvious in comparison to his brother Simon now he is the complete opposite, not only is he spiteful but he is determined to ruin Ben and Sydney's relationship and he succeeds.
After Ben worked on winning Sydney's trust their relationship is good, fantastic even and after spending a blissful ten days together even more so.
Nobody could predict what was about to happen... But Simon happened. Sydney might have put him in his place but the damage was done.
Ben and Sydney's relationship fell apart and Sydney walked away but not before she revealed the pregnancy news which I was grateful for but again you couldn't predict what Sydney would do next.
From this point this story becomes unbearably painful to read and very emotional, Ben is absolutely devastated and so are we and because we knew what Ben didn't... like I said it's too painful.
Ben has no idea he has a daughter, I couldn't believe what Sydney did and to think it was Simon that started that ball rolling, it was all so unnecessary.
You know it's only a matter of time whether voluntary or otherwise that Ben would find out...well it was the latter and of course the fall out from that is huge and in all honesty what did Sydney expect, just when Sydney could do without anymore upset Billy Iris rears his ugly head and that along with his threats causes plenty of concern... you know he hasn't gone away.
Eventually time heals thankfully, it's touch and go especially as Sydney walks away again but Ben isn't giving up this time so when he turns up at Sydney's door it's a beautiful moment and you breathe a sigh of relief but it's short lived because this story turns painful yet again but for very different reasons... it's a dreadful scene as we witness Billy Iris do his worst, this could go one of two ways and with their daughter Jenna crying from her bedroom to say it is a worrying moment is an understatement.
Ben and Sydney lost almost four years of their relationship but they found their way back and with everything they had been through it made them stronger and more determined and with another baby on the way and nothing or nobody standing in their way It couldn't have been more perfect ending.!
I'm now going to read Beat Of His Own Drums... will my views on Simon change? Only time will tell.!
Sydney Willows was a very talented photographer who travels all over the world. She is in high demand as her images are exquisite. The band 'Reckless' wanted her to tour with them. Although it was good money, Sydney had a love hate relationship with musicians.
Ben Gallo the lead singer in Reckless takes a shine to Sydney but she is so not about to fall for his charms. She's been there done that, she was hurt pretty badly. I didn't even expect what I read at all but then again it all made perfect sense when I started thinking back. Ben is not about to give up though. He's actually a nice guy unlike his rat of a brother, Simon.
Ben has a break through with Sydney, they start to chat and become friends, he is fiercely protective of her after hearing what she went through. He understands why she isolates herself while touring but he wants her so badly, he can't help but keep trying for her to trust him. When he invites Sydney to his home, I don't think either of them expect to feel the way the do. It's beautiful and scary all at once.
Nothing lasts forever, right? Well if a love is real, true love that is, it will last forever whether two people stay together or not. Sydney may believe that Ben has done wrong by her but what she does is far worse. As much as it pains me to say this, she kept the worst secret she could ever have done from him. It sometimes makes for a difficult read because you know things that he doesn't and then you start to think, tell him already for God sake. I almost understood where she was coming from at one point and it became a real struggle for her after the length of time that had gone by.
I totally recommend this book to all lovers of Romance, specially readers that love a rock star romance theme. It's a story that will take you behind the scenes and not just in the bedroom. Ben is a very handsome man and Sydney is a beautiful woman put them together and you get some very passionate moments that can melt the panties off you.
I liked Ben tremendously. A rock star that is still a good guy with a plan and morals. His brother Simon, not so much. Didn't care for Simon at all. Ben is crazy about Sydney and wants a chance together. He is a novice photographer on the side and is very interested in her and her work.
Sydney I couldn't really connect with. I understand she had her reasons for how she was but feel like it pushed a bit to far. I grew to like her a bit more at the end of the book but overall didn't really care for her.
Ben carried the book for me and I loved his patience and tenacity with Sydney.
There are a couple good twist in the book that keep the story moving and give it a tad of a dark side. This is my third Ann Lister rocker romance and I think Covered in Lace is still my favorite. I would recommend giving them all a try as they are all different.
Reviewed by Becky for Jo&IsaLoveBooks
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