Disclosure: I received a ARC of Blessed Fate from the author in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are 100% my own.
Colton Bradford never believed in love at first sight. And then, Rain Maxwell walked through his buddy’s front door. He knew there was something special underneath the shy, guarded exterior and was determined to find out what it was. The problem? Rain had devised her own set of life rules and “Never get involved with a band mate” was right near the top of that list. She allowed Colton into her heart as one of her closest friends, but pushed him away at the mention of anything more. When tragedy strikes Rain’s personal life, Colton is determined to be there for her in whatever way she’ll allow. Will she finally open up to him and consider taking things to the next level? Will Colton’s ways of trying to bury his feelings for Rain in the past ruin the possibility of a future for them?
Blessed Fate by HB Heinzer Book Review:
I cried while I was reading Blessed Tragedy (Book 1), mostly because of the storyline between Rain and her family. I was captivated from the moment it started to the moment I read the last word. While Blessed Tragedy is written from Rain’s point of view, Blessed Fate (Book 2) is written from Colton’s perspective. Honestly, when I was finished reading Book 1, I was really interested in hearing Colton’s side of the story. I’m here to tell you HB Heinzer didn’t disappoint. Colton is a rocker with a heart of gold, even when his mouth is saying things his heart doesn’t believe.
I see now, after finishing Blessed Fate, that Colton deserves to be happy, even if he does things at the beginning of the story that I don’t totally agree with. I’m not going to give anything away, just know that I was more than a little upset with him at the beginning of the story for something I didn’t see coming. HB Heinzer draws you in from the first word to the end of the book. The characters are so believable and easy to relate to. Even with the main couple being Colton and Rain, there is a lot of interaction between the band mates. I like the banter between Jon and Colton, as well as the fact that Jared finds his own witty voice towards the end of the book.
In my opinion, this is a can’t be missed book. Read Blessed Tragedy and hear Rain’s side of the story, then pick up Blessed Fate to see how Colton makes sure that Rain gets here Happily Ever After.
This review was originally published on Family, Love and Other Stuff