Review: Promise by T.K. Leigh

July 19, 2018

He was supposed to be my first kiss. My first love. My first everything... 


There are moments in our lives that define us.


For Brooklyn Tanner, it's the summer before her junior year of high school. The summer boys finally begin to notice her. The summer he finally begins to notice her.


Andrew Brinks. Handsome. Popular. Star hockey player.

Her best friend's brother.


For one summer, she's happy, carefree, and convinced she'll finally experience what she's been dreaming about for years...her first kiss.


But just like everything else in her life, it comes at a price she may not be ready to pay.

One he may not be ready to pay, either.


Promise is an extended prologue to T.K. Leigh's highly anticipated Redemption Series.


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**** 4 Star Review ****


I am so thankful that the prequel came before the series. Many times authors go back after a series is written and write a prequel. It annoys me, and most times I won't read them when I have already read the series. 


This is a great look at what is possibly to come in this series. It set the series up extremely well. I am really looking forward to seeing what happens, I assume, in the future for these two.


This book is a little angsty and very sweet. The little peek into the past of these characters tells me I am probably in for a great ride once the other books come out!

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