by Ryleigh Andrews
Genres: Contemporary, Contemporary Romance, Rockstar, Romance
Pro quarterback, Ethan Christopher thought he had found his home when he met rock musician, Mia Devereux. She was the welcomed distraction in his football-focused life.
Things may not have been perfect. Their individual careers made being together difficult. Her touring. His away schedule. As her success grew, they spent more extended periods apart.
But at the end of the day, he knew he wanted to spend the rest of his life with her. Only her.
When Mia met Ethan, she felt a connection unlike any she’d ever felt. She gave him more of herself than she thought was even possible.
But she knew it wasn’t enough. There was a lot she didn’t share, couldn’t give him.
An event two decades in her past made sure of that.
Those demons that she’d so carefully tucked away wanted out. As Mia struggled with the stress of touring and being apart from Ethan, her defenses weakened, allowing the demons to fight their way to the surface, leaving her in a vulnerable place. A place where bad choices were made.
Choices that both of them will regret.
Can Mia and Ethan's love survive her past? Or will it fall apart under the weight of her choices?
“…She couldn’t ignore the chemistry between them She needed to see this through, desperately needed this to mean something.”
Bring Me You was a different read for me. I think I’m so used to books where the guy is the rockstar and this is the first time I’m reading that the female is, it took my brain a little bit to adjust. Ethan is a Pro quarterback who meets Mia, an up and coming musician. These two immediately click and have such an intense attraction for one another, it fairly leaps off the pages. But these two have a huge road ahead of them. With Ethan at away games and Mia on the road, these two take long distance relationship to new extremes and put their budding relationship to the ultimate test.
Mia is a really vibrant, sweet character that doesn’t seem to know her self worth and I found her quite endearing. But being on the road, away from Ethan, she begins to spiral into depression and just can’t seem to get herself out of it. This was a bit heart breaking to read and the book gets very angtsy. It doesn’t help that Ethan is dealing with his own issues which I kind of started not liking him for. So, why 3.5 stars? It got a little too close to cheating for me and, while it’s understandable with a couple that isn’t with one another that there will be temptation, it just isn’t for me. Ethan also started pissing me off in the end and I wanted to smack him.
The book spans two years and ends with very big cliff hanger that I didn’t expect. Like, HUGE. So glad that the next book is out already because I think my heart could not take it if I had to wait. If you are looking for a super emotional read, grab this.
* I received a copy of this ebook in exchange for an honest review. *