He was everything she never wanted. Yet, she couldn’t stop thinking about him.
A sex, drugs, and rock n’roll reputation
A body that beckoned for sin
Three years ago Rochelle Floros was living her dream come true… then lost it all. On the worst day of her life, the last person she expected to be there for her was a rock star and tabloid favorite. Now, she’s trying to rebuild her life after the tragedy that destroyed her fairytale. Slowly, she found herself captivated by a sexy, bad boy drummer she had known for years.
Rochelle was caught between the grief that shrouded her heart and the charismatic man that made it race. What she didn’t know is if he was being sincere or toying with her heart. The Redemption is about finding the pulse of your soul in the most unlikely places and giving love a chance to grow.
Can what she wants really be what she needs? With his rhythm and her passion, can they make music together? Or will their harmony be lost forever?
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Three years ago Rochelle Floros had a fairytale life, the love of her life, Cory the Guitarist for the band The Resistance, her son Neil and another one on the way. Then the worst day of her life happened and Cory was ripped away from her. She’s has spent the past few years trying to get her life back on track while grieving his death. The unexpected connection she has with Dex, the band’s bad boy drummer, has her feeling things she thought she’d never feel again. Caught between the memory of Cory and the developing feelings for Dex, she doesn’t know what to do. Can she get past what people think she should be and be with Dex or will this all come crumbling down on her?
I was gifted this book in exchange for an honest review.
I have to say Rochelle is a strong woman. She held herself together for everyone else and only let her feelings of grief take over at night. She carried on despite the lost of the love of her life. She never once forgets that her boys need her now more than ever. She takes her role as a parent seriously and gives them everything she has. When Rochelle takes her attraction to Dex further than she has before, she forgets herself and makes a mistake that leaves both of them reeling over what happened. Rochelle isn’t a person who gives up easily and she shows this throughout the book time and time again as her relationship with Dex is tested by both of them. She’s a very strong character who has the patience of a saint as she waits for Dex to get his crap together.
Dex didn’t have an easy life growing up but everything changed the day he met Rochelle. He never told any of his band mates that he has feeling for Cory’s woman. Dex has spent most of his twenties screwing up and Cory was always there to clean up his mess. The day Cory left Dex in Paris changed him forever. Cory’s death meant Rochelle was available but the guilt that he died in the plane crash isn’t forgotten. Dex doesn’t let most people see the baggage he carries around but Rochelle is the only who does see it. She is the only one who has taken the time to truly see him for who he is and not what is printed about him. Dex may have the bad boy drinking and doing drug persona down to a T but it isn’t him. He’s one of the strongest characters I’ve read about in a while. He takes everything that comes at him and keeps pushing through. He wants to be a better person so he is worthy of being with Rochelle and her boys. He also has patience’s and takes the time to see what Rochelle is going through and waits for her as he sees her as his soul mate.
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S.L. Scott is a former high-tech account manager with a journalism degree pursuing her passion for telling stories. She spends her days escaping into her characters and letting them lead her on their adventures.
Live music shows, harvesting jalapenos and eating homemade guacamole are her obsessions she calls hobbies.
Scott lives in the beautiful Texas hill country of Austin with her husband, two young sons, two Papillons and a bowl full of Sea Monkeys.
Her novels include Naturally, Charlie, Good Vibrations, and A Prior Engagement.
She welcomes your notes at email@example.com.
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