I thoroughly enjoyed getting to read this awesome second story in the series. It was Book One form Brody's POV. It gave me a much different perspective on the story and a different feel for the characters which threw me a little. I had to go reread Choices once I started this because I was thrown by what I was feeling for certain characters. Only a very well written book can do that, and this one succeeded in spades.
Having Brody's POV from this situation was great. It not only was a story of love and betrayal, but a story of a troubled history. It added such depth to his character. He drove me Crazy!!! and Oh Goodness I really liked Quincey in Choices but her indecicivness and naivety irked me a little in the first book, but the second. Gosh I wanted to strangle her. She really just Gah! But I loved her too. I loved her as Brody did.
A stellar read. It was an easy read and kept me hooked till the end. Very well written and paced. I didn't feel as is an of the chapters dragged and that really helped with keeping you reading. Kudos Sydney. Another read I won't soon forget.
I'm used to getting what I want. I've always taken what I wanted. No apologies. No excuses.
I know what it feels like to be betrayed, when someone else is calling all the shots. I've been down that road, and I'm not going there again. I've got my family, my friends, and the brotherhood. That's all I need.
I believe in Fate. Everything happens for a reason. But what do you do when Fate kicks you in the gut, plays a cruel joke on you?
When I met Quincy Priest, she was a flame I couldn't put out. A freakin' wildfire. She blew in to my life, burned it to the ground, then left me standing in the ashes. Gone as suddenly as she came. I'm not sure if I should love her or hate her… But I don't hate her. I could never hate her.
What do you do when the person who broke you may be the only person who can put you back together?
Can you run from Fate?
Do you even want to?
This is Brody's story.