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Embrace the Fire (Through Hell and Back Book 3) Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
They were all abused and got out of a bad situation. With Brandon even though the found his brothers, he thought that his secret was too much for him to share.
Tash found an immediate attraction with Brandon even though he did not want to admit it. He thought that he was too old for a young and attractive man as Brandon.
Finally with Brandon's persistence he conceded and they started a tentative relationship. Finally he told Tash his secret and was ready to face any eventually.
Brandon got the wrong end of the stick ended going to face his secret on his own.
Brandon still had some misgivings about Tash's commitment and he fled. This lead to the Brothers finding him and making taking the relationship to full circle when they reconnect with the foster mother.
Wonderful compelling read.
It also tells of the redemption of both Brandon and Tash through the ?I've each has for the other. A tale where love conquers all, not in a sugary sweet sentimentality but as a result of tonally overcoming their demons.
In this one we meet the youngest, Brandon. When Ash left there was just himself and Luke to take the brunt of the beatings...
At least for them that was all it was, poor Ash had suffered abuse of a totally different kind to protect his brothers.
When Luke was beaten so badly it left him in hospital, the family had packed up and left him behind and Brandon was the last musketeer, left all alone and completely lost.
When he had finally had enough, he set off to start a new life, eventually going to New York and training to be a teacher.
It was there that he met someone who would lead him to a future he never imagined, maybe only in his wildest dreams.
Going to the centre to see if he could possibly help young children who were like himself, the forgotten ones, he finds not one but both of his brothers...and also an older man who he thinks could be 'the one'
Tash has spent years trying to get over the love who deserted him then turned up dead, he couldn't forgive himself and had decided he was going to spend his life alone.
When Brandon arrived however, things started to change and feelings he thought he would never have again started to resurface.
Beginning a relationship however was going to be tricky, first he had to convince himself he deserved it, then he had to overcome the protectiveness of the other two musketeers, they had just got their brother back and weren't that willing to let him go.
This book was very emotional, reunions, rediscoveries and learning to deal with past nightmares takes it's toll on all of them.
I love the fact that although this book is about the third brother, we still see a lot of the other men and their families, especially the grandma who treats them all as if they are her boys.
It states that this book can be read as a standalone and yeah it definitely can...
The series features three brothers and each brother has a book
I haven't read books 1 & 2 but the way this book is written I understood the story fine without having to read the previous books...
But... The three brothers lost touch when they were younger and its in this book they finally all meet again
I think it would of been better if I had read books 1&2 first, then I would of felt more.. happy/emotional/feelings at the reunion
But with me only reading this book I didn't feel the... relief/true emotions of the brothers finally meeting again after so many years apart worrying about each other
I definitely think if I had read the previous books I would of had a more emotional connection to the brothers and then their reunion would of been more important to me
I am sorry to say I just didn't get that bang of feels I should have at the reunion scene
Other than what ive already said i really enjoyed the book
I really liked Tash and Brandon and loved reading their relationship grow into something beautiful
Most of the characters have gone through some tough stuff in the past and its was lovely to read how finding love kind of made them whole again
Embrace The Fire is a pretty emotional book and I did enjoy reading it... But I will definitely have to go back and read books 1&2, I will appreciate this book more having read those
Embrace The Fire is a good book but I definitely recommend you read books 1&2 first to experience the characters to the fullest
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is a much sweeter story than the first two books and, while Brandon had suffered, it wasn't anywhere close to Ash or Luke's pain. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Cadiva
This book series is great. Loved the plot lines and the characters they are all fantastic. A well written and highly recommended seriesPublished 25 days ago by julie taylor
Book three in the Through Hell and Back series. This is Brandon and Tash's story.
From living on the streets to a successful teacher Brandon is proud of his achievements... Read more
Embrace the fire was a beautiful written emotional journey
Brandon and tash captured my heart from the moment I first met them
Brandon and tash's journey was... Read more
This was book 3 in the series which was about 3 brothers who had been in the foster system with an abusive father and for different reasons had been seperated and lost touch with... Read morePublished 1 month ago by aa