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Wicked Reunion (Wicked White, #2) by Michelle A. Valentine
Series: Wicked White
Published by Montlake Romance, Amazon on December 15th 2015
Genres: Contemporary, Romance
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College sweethearts London Uphill and Jared Kraft were inseparable. He was a rising baseball star with a promising future, and she seemed destined to become “Mrs. Kraft.” Then a tragic night and a series of devastating mistakes caused Jared to walk away from his life, leaving London without any explanation and tearing the couple apart.
Five years later, Jared has reinvented himself by putting down the bat and picking up a guitar to play for the red-hot band Wicked White. In all that time, London hasn’t gotten over her forever love—or the pain—despite seeking solace in the arms of the one man no one dreamed she’d run to.
When Wicked White’s lead singer goes MIA, Jared finds the time—and courage—to return to his hometown and face the mess he made. He’s shocked at how London’s life has changed, yet he’s determined to prove their love is worth fighting for. Is this breakup too big for any hope of a reunion tour? Or can London open her heart to Jared once again?
Michelle continues to make me fall in love with her rocker boys.
This one told in a past and present narration we get to see the backstory instead of just hearing about it. I really like it when authors do that. Sometimes having the readers see those events unfold instead of just being told it helps the story so much.
I really liked seeing him go home while his band was on break. Even though I love a good rocker story. Sometimes I just need something different with them. I think that is what I love the most about this series from Michelle. Different is good and this is proof of that.
“People always question me, especially other guys, on how I can be so sure that London is the right girl for me since she’s the only one I’ve ever been with, and to that, my answer is simple: when you find your soul mate, you just know.”
I like seeing guys mess up, make mistakes and then rebuild from there. It’s real, honest and so much more fun to read. Thanks Michelle for another great story.