Friday, July 25, 2014

Blog Tour: Review for Redeemed Love by MS Brannon


Redeemed Love




M.S. Brannon


“Who am I? For all intents and purposes, I am the nice guy; the loyal brother and decent citizen. I am quiet and non-confrontational. I am the brother nobody worries about and can always depend upon. To my family, I am the good one. However, that’s only what they see on the outside.” ~ Jeremy Evans

Outwardly, Jeremy Evans is a typical guy, the calmest of the Evans brothers. He’s obsessed with cars, enjoys the company of beautiful women, and is devoted to his family. Inwardly, however, Jeremy is a ticking time bomb. Torn between what’s right versus what’s wrong. When the attempted rape on Darcie occurs, Jeremy finally loses the battle within himself. The pure hatred for Sulfur Heights consumes him and escape is all he thinks about.

Three years later, he is secretly engrossed by the drug-infested underworld. Jeremy’s double life leads him on dark and sinister paths of drugs, violence and rage.

The Evans family is destroyed after Presley’s murder and consequently Jeremy’s arrest. He’s sent to prison where he’s forced to survive with the mistakes he’s made on his conscience. However, only one thought lingers. It consumes the years he spends locked in a cell. Retribution.

Cami Ryker used to have a picture perfect life. She was loved by her family and happy with her life until her brother’s sudden death tore her family apart. Cami is forced to care for her ailing mother and assume the responsibilities of a normal adult. However, when the bills are paid and her mother is tucked away for the night, Cami likes to cloud her mind in order to escape her daily struggles. Late one night, a stranger trolling the streets rescues her in a dark alley. The mysterious stranger will become one of the most important people in her life until the day he’s sent to prison.

Four years later, Jeremy is released and seeking redemption for his mistakes, but the betrayal is still thriving amongst the Evans family.

Will Jeremy finally find the solace within to gain the forgiveness from his family that he desperately craves? And is it possible for Jeremy to save those he loves and exonerate himself in the process?

**Mature Content Warning** 17+ for language and sexual content**

 My 4.5 Star Review
Jeremy carries the world on his shoulders and well in this case, that isn’t the smartest idea. He is so lost and torn between the two lives he has been living, that he may never be able to get away from the darker side. One side of his life is his family and racing cars; the other side, the darker side is drugs. Jeremy doesn’t even drink anymore nor does he do drugs. Having watched what drugs did to his mother, he won’t touch the stuff. But to get his family out of the hell hole, Sulfur Heights, he will sell them to save up enough money to get out.
Cami is a young beautiful Hispanic woman. I’m very excited this series has a book with someone with the same cultural background as me. I haven’t read any so far that has really geared toward the Hispanics in this type of genre that is. LOL Okay back to Cami. She has had her world turned upside down. Her father was taken away and so was her mother, which resulted in her turning to marijuana to help numb herself and take the pain away. Since then she has always been looked after by her uncle who, in turn, just happens to be a staple in the cartel.
I am so glad that I got to learn more about Jeremy and who he really is inside and out. I didn’t realize how human he was, I know that sounds weird, but in all the books of this series he was portrayed as the loner. In my opinion, out of all the Evan’s brothers, he is the strongest. Redeemed Love is very good and I am very impressed. M.S. Brannon has written 5 freaking amazing books and not one of them will disappoint you. Her books are not fairytale love stories of women falling for millionaires, if that’s what you want, but you’d be missing out if you don’t take a look. Her books are real, raw, sensitive, passionate, loyal, heart-breaking, soul searching, romantic, and works of art that you will have a hard time putting down.
I was nervous about reading this book because I loved all the ones before and I didn’t want to be disappointed. Well, I wasn’t! Redeemed Love was just as amazing as the first four. I have no clue how she does such an amazing job telling these stories but she does and I am so happy she wrote them. I am being completely honest when saying that the Sulfur Heights Series is now in my Top Book Series List. They blew me away, I truly mean that.  
Congrats M.S. Brannon on writing such an amazing book series.


Oh, wait I almost forgot… Look out for “Everlasting Love”, The Evans Family Epilogue.

Coming Fall 2014!

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