Review: Redemption by TK Leigh

September 23, 2018

Everyone deserves a second chance, but not for the same mistake. At least according to Brooklyn Tanner. Over the course of their long, complicated friendship, she’s given Andrew Brinks more than enough chances. What has she received in return? Heartache. Pain. Agony.


But also love, as cruel and beautiful as it’s always been between them.


Can she put herself through that again? Can she risk giving Drew her heart, only to learn he’s the same man he’s always been? She’s unsure, her head and heart engaged in a tumultuous tug-of-war.


When outside circumstances threaten Drew’s family, will Brooklyn finally put aside the grief of her past to offer him the support, and perhaps love, he needs? Or was their fate sealed all those years ago when Drew had no choice but to betray her?


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**** 4 Star Review ****


I couldn't wait to get my hands on this book! After the prequel and book one, I was so invested in this story. It felt like an eternity waiting for it to release.


My overall consensus is I highly enjoyed this book. The title truly says it all. All of the secrets that refused to come forth, will finally come out at some point. The angst in this one was definitely high. It kept the book moving along.


The thing that bothered me in this one though was Brooklyn. I was so over her character in this book. She was irrational and over reacted to some of the simplest things. At one point, I remember thinking she didn't even deserve Drew because of her immaturity towards the small things.


I eventually got over my annoyance with her. The happy ever after was a warm welcome and relief for these characters. There were a few moments where I wasn't so sure if that was going to happen. Especially with the family relationships that began to crumble. But the ending came with a vengeance, giving all of the characters their well deserved redemption. 

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