Thursday, October 3, 2013


By: Abbi Glines 
Published By: Simon & Schuster
Released : Available Now
Details : Paperback from publisher for review, 262 Pages


Blurb: Goodreads

Rush promised her forever... but promises can be broken.

Torn between his love for his family and his love for Blaire, Rush has to find a way to save one without losing the other. In the end one has to be more important. Letting go isn’t easy.

Blaire believed in her fairytale... but no one can live in a fantasy.

Her love for Rush and desire to have a family keep her believing that they can find a way for this to work. Until she has to make the right decision for her and the baby. Even if it breaks her heart.

Can they find the forever that they both want or has it all just gone... too far?

BOOK REVIEW by Michelle:
Rock-and-roll, baby.

When Rush must go home to sort out that crazy, selfish sister of his, he takes pregnant Blaire into a hornet’s nest of evil Nan and a rock lifestyle that has no boundaries. If it’s got boobs and looks good, it is a sexual feast for Dean Finlay and Kiro.

Dean held out his hand and I put mine in his not sure what else to do. His long fingers wrapped around my hand and he helped me down out of the Range Rover. Rush was there immediately, taking my hand from his father’s and pulling me over to him. His dad chuckled and shook his head. “I’ll be damned.”

I think Kiro would frighten me, lol. Dean shows two sides to himself, the father figure and then... let’s just say it may be time to get out of the kitchen. I like Dean, he knows when to act appropriately. I think Kiro is still stuck in the Rock lifestyle, he may take some work at growing up and being a father figure to the two girls that need him. In his current state, I think they may be better off avoiding Kiro. He had a helping hand with Harlow, but he still has a big emotional void to fill.

Can he?

I liked Abe , Blaire’s dad in this installment. He came through for me.

I got to say watching Rush over this trilogy, he just keeps getting better. He grows up before our eyes. He discovers what is important in his life and doesn't want to lose it.

Miss Abbi made me cryyyyy! There is something so romantic about a lad that isn’t afraid to show his feelings in front of the world. His heart is open wide and he is showing everyone. The lad has a voice. I would have loved to hear him sing. Seeing lyrics on a page doesn't come close.

Rush is a handy man with his relationship with Blaire and Nan. He wants to be there for his sister, but she really is proving to be a spoilt little missy-pants. She had my pity with Kiro until she started verbally laying into a pregnant woman and the hostility was so venomous.

“Something is wrong. I need to know so I can fix it.”

I give people a lot of chances in life. That is something Blaire and I share in common. We aren’t perfect, but we try to not be a bother.

Rush needs to be there every step with Blaire at this important time in their lives, but, he also has a loyalty to his family, he finds very hard to ignore.

He has to choose before he loses what is now the most important person in his life.

New characters are brought into this book. I like the sound of Captain.

All our faves are popping back up. I am a huge fan of Jimmy’s.

Bring. On. Grant’s book. Just love that lad.

I did laugh out loud at the couple different pov’s put into this book.

Yes I did read that correctly. Ha! Well, hello there.

“You can’t leave me now. If you go back in there I’m going to stalk you all night,” I warned, hoping it didn’t make me sound like a psycho.

“Who are you?’ I asked in awe at the vision of perfection pressed against me.

Yup! I am looking forward to Grant's book. But for now I am looking forward to getting a copy of  Simple Perfection , to get me some more Woods and Della.

Abbi keeps bringing us amazing lads we swoon over and smexi scenes that make us flirt with our dreams. It's inevitable we will keep picking up a Glines book, and falling in love all over again.


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