Sweet Regret: A second chance, secret baby, rockstar romance

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Sweet Regret: A second chance, secret baby, rockstar romance

Sweet Regret: A second chance, secret baby, rockstar romance

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The mystery behind the MFC definitely had me hooked. We knew she was hiding from her past, but I loved learning all the details as time passed in the book! I understood the whole troubled childhood, abusive father etc that Vince (H) had and was going through, but he did not deserve Bristol (h). He didn't deserve chances after chances from her, he was just so self destructive. 🙄 Also I got that he had issues to do with his childhood in his twenties, but then he was 30, WITH THE SAME ISSUES. With the same self destructiveness, that it was just annoying and frustrating to read about. Such a miserable idiot. As a strong protector of my peace, I loved how messy it was. The angst made me giggle like a little schoolgirl. I was living vicariously through this couple that couldn’t stay together to save their lives. Did I root for them to be together? Well, I didn’t not root for them to be together. But I enjoyed every second of their desperate pining for one another.

Review: I'm not gonna lie this cover is what first drew me into this book! Um...HELLO!😏 Then I kept seeing such good things about it, add in the Single Dad trope(which I am LOVING right now), and I knew I had to dive in! This is my favorite K. Bromberg book to date! Despite the groupies, the success, the fun, life under the bright glare of fame and fortune isn’t enough. Fast forward to now, and Vince has recently been removed from his band, is working on fixing up his image, and is in the process of writing a solo album. When he becomes the newest client at Bristol’s firm, the pair are forced to talk for the first time since that night. She’s settled into her new life on the outskirts of a small town, content with her solitude. Her peaceful life.And then they get another chance, a second chance, but that doesn’t work out either, heart wrenching as it was, it still wasn’t meant to be in that moment of time. this book covered my favorite trope and i liked it a lot at first then it started to get repetitive. she gives him the cold shoulder, they talk abt how much they loved each other as kids, they argue, they have sex, they repeat. i felt like the couple made no connection as their present selves and they rely solely on the connection they had ELEVEN YEARS AGO. they kinda just reminisce abt their past and get upset w each other the wholeeeee book. This is a group for discussing books and authors of adult contemporary romances between a male and a female. First of all, it bears mentioning that the name Crew DOES THINGS TO ME. And the MMC of this book is worthy of this sexy af name 👌🏻 I fully understood her reasoning, the secret baby trope always annoys me in the sense that the girl never has a good enough reason as to why she didn’t tell him or “try hard enough to” but she did…and I fully am on her side.

The solemnity in his demeanor tells me what I don’t want to know and what he has never talked about in the three years we’ve been together. New York Times Bestselling author K. Bromberg writes contemporary novels that contain a mixture of sweet, emotional, a whole lot of sexy, and a little bit of real. She likes to write strong heroines, and damaged heroes who we love to hate but can’t help to love.What is it, Vince? What are you not telling me?” That panic resurfaces, clawing its way up my throat.

I absolutely adore these two! Both are strong in their own ways and soft in others in a way that compliments them perfectly. I felt like I spent most of the book holding my breath, waiting for Vince to find out the secret and when he did... ugh!During your commute: If you take public transportation or have a long commute, you may find it helpful to use that time to read. These are the real and trying issues faced on a daily basis by avid bookworms! I shall rectify this soon and read the story of Vincent's bandmate and best friend, Hawke. Bristol is an independent girl boss. Say what you wanna say, but truthfully, I stand by the idea that her making the decision to keep Jagger a secret was the best. Would I sleep with his father after having him, knowing I have no intentions of sharing his existence? Probably not, but it was for the plot. While I, like Vince, wish she stood her ground with her boss, a lot of us women have been there, done that. It’s a lot easier said than done. For now, maybe. But you have a huge future ahead of you. You’ll be valedictorian when you graduate. Then off to college. Then law school after that. I mean—” The angst is strong in this one for sure, so be prepared. But, it was good, productive angst, ya know? Both of them have so much to handle, but the love is there. Gah just thinking about the story has me tearing up a bit! They are not perfect people, and their lives have been messy and ugly. That is all part of what makes their story beautiful though. While sometimes their past decisions were frustrating, it was realistic. Life is messy.

It gets off to a strong start and there is a good deal of tension building up to firstly, Vince and Bristol meeting again after seven years , then to the big reveal of Jagger which I have to say was done spectacularly well. My heart was skipping beats. In between this you have a truly damaged soul which is Vince and it is a result of his abusive childhood. Each time the book had a dark moment, it was beautifully balanced with something funny or the pure delight that was Jagger. There is a scene where Jagger explains why his Daddy isn't in his life;I will not lie…I hated Vince, I hated him for more then 90% of the story, his reasonings as sad as they were…didn’t feel like enough of a reason to continue to abandon her, he claimed to love her when I saw non of it in his actions.



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