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OMG! I've got so many amazing words I could say about this book and at this present moment my mind has gone blank....
Wow!! Where to start....First of all....Beau Anderson. That man had me from the first page...the quiet, nervous, damaged, broken drummer of Jaded Regret. I felt like squeezing him so hard so he could forget his troubles and his issues.
Depression. An illness that no one really talks about. An illness no one really understands, but only because people don't take the time to understand it.
Beau Anderson has this illness, after witnessing his dad with the same illness and his mom turning on him, this poor, sweet, man, who along with his Natalie ended up in the foster system bouncing from group home to group home, never having any stability in his life! At a charity event for foster kids, he meets April Knight and completely tilts his world on another axis, but he doesn't know how to deal with these new feelings, so, he does what Beau does best, pushes her out. Until he can't push her out no more.
I LOVED this book, I was astounded by all the characters in this book. I've cried, I've smiled, I've swooned, LL Collins completely broke my heart at one point....this book is an emotionally charged, heartbreaking but beautiful story of depression, love, trust and honesty!
I'll be honest I didn't know this was book 2 but this author writes so well I didn't feel like I'd missed any pieces of the puzzle. Book 1 was Bex and Johnnys book but I really hope she writes Natalies book, that girl needs a HEA. This book also has the sweetest epilogue EVER. Beau and April were so easy to connect with, I think I have the biggest girl crush on her...lol
This is a MUST READ and it completely took my breath away!!
5 MASSIVE STARS!!!!
Reviewed by Sarah!
The characters were simply brilliant so different from Bex and Johnny (first book) but I loved Beau and April more if that was even possible.
Beau is my beautiful dark conflicted man. Due to his issues he feels he doesn't deserve anybodies love at all and that he is poison to everyone around him. He is the most talented rock drummer in rock, has a sister that idolises him and his band members who are his extended family how absolutely adore him. He still thinks they all would be better of without him and that he is sucking the goodness out of them. But then the beautiful April comes into the picture and changes him.... His thoughts and feelings get all muddled up as she brings out the good in him and points all thr good things about him to him. Beau is everything and more to me, he is SOO hot and I would love to have him in my life. I LOVE HIM.
April is a strong willed woman who has the biggest heart ever. At first I didn't really like her and then we get to see her for what she is. How she leads and guides Beau through his darkness made me be in awe of her. She could have turned her back on him but she didn't instead she fought for him. She is a very strong female lead character and is perfect for my Beau even though I'm kinda jealous of her.
Anyway this is Beau and April's story and it was absolutely fantastic! Right from the Prologue, reading about the start in life that Beau had - I was in tears. My heart broke for that little boy. Now he's all grown up and still terrorised by memories of his past, the only thing that seems to help him is playing drums with his rock band, Jaded Regret.
April is a social worker who works with foster children and asked Jaded Regret to perform at a fund raiser for the new children's hospital that her dad was building. She wanted to raise awareness about the number of children in foster care, and knowing about Bex's past and the involvement she has had with foster kids herself, she hoped that they would help.
This was such an amazing, emotional read, I honestly didn't want it to end. I really hope there is more to this series. I would love to read Natalie's story, and Tanner's too!