“When I’m with you, all the holes go away, and all I feel is complete.”
I had an inkling how rough things were with Tristan in the previous books where we met her. But I didn’t know how bad things really were. When pain consumes you, swallowing you whole, leaving you no room to expand your lungs and breathe, somehow she woke up, and forged through another day. Her sadness and hurt brought me to tears. Her daughter Hannah is amazing, and I can see her doing wonderful things in her life. I hope we get to see more of her.
Brady was just phenomenal, though I couldn’t stand his mother. I know well how parents can have favorites, but Brady’s mother took the cake. It was Cass’s love for Brady and his unfair treatment that she spoke up to their mother on his behalf. I wish it was Brady that had stood up to her instead. With how well Brady is with words, watching him speak up would have been glorious to see. I adored Cass as well. I read another reviewer wants to see Cassidy and Marco get a book, and I am completely behind that pairing.
This is an amazing book from start to finish. You’re going to fall in love with Tristan, Brady, and Hannah. You’re going to cry, and then LJ will put you back together. A truly emotional and beautiful read.
Branded By a Song is available on Amazon for $2.99, it’s enrolled in KU.