The rock legend’s daughter…
Eli Blue Savage doesn’t trust musicians, especially those that idolize her dad. Her heart’s been
broken by everyone she’s ever loved. Fairytale dreams and the music she locks inside her heart are all that keep her alive.
The musician with a dark past…
Deacon Chastain plays a blue guitar to match his rock idol, the man that saved him from a path of destruction. His life revolves around music; it’s the only thing that saves him from the darkness.
Hearts beat to the same rhythm…
Broken and scarred by their pasts, can they find a way to heal and move forward? No matter the adversity, even the hardest of hearts can be softened by love – music is easy; life is hard.
Sarah Dosher was born and raised in rural Oklahoma where she currently resides with her cowboy husband and twins (one cowboy and one cowgirl). She spends her day slaving away in healthcare and her nights pouring her heart out to her keyboard. She is addicted to books and The Golden Girls. Her love for reading inspired her to start her writing journey.
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I absolutely loved this book. It was a love story but not your typical love story. This story was about the epic love between Elizabeth “Eli” Blue Savage and Deacon Chastain. It wasn’t an easy love but it worked for them.
This story had its ups and down. The author, Sarah Dosher, made you feel everything Eli and Deacon was feeling. They meet, they feel a connection right away, and they fall in love. Her best friend/ex-boyfriend Shaw is in the picture and you think it is heading a certain way and, BAM!, Sarah threw in a twist that I did not expect. Completely didn’t expect it. It kinda made my mouth drop open.
Because of this twist, tragedy happens. Eli is heartbroken and that causes her to retreat into herself and mourn the loss of someone very important in her life and she pushes Deacon away. And because of his undying love for her, he waits and waits. He decides that, while he will never love again, he needs to let Eli go. But she doesn’t let him. She is ready to heal and to let him help her. And their epic love continues.
Quotes I Love:
“Annie? Yeah, I named my dick Annie-my penis, my schlong, my deep-v-diver, my one-eyed snake, my flesh flute, my DICK-I’m aware there are other names for it, but that’s not what I chose to call him. So what man would willingly name his number one symbol of masculinity Annie? One whose manhood was reminiscent of an anaconda, that’s who.”
“That’s when I knew it; in that moment I knew I loved him. It was a new love, a small love, but love nonetheless. I’d felt it lingering since that first night, but it was growing in my heart now. It wasn’t a needy lust-filled reaction; it was love that had sprung from the depths of a place I hadn’t felt in years. It was pure; as clear and true as the man before my eyes.”
This book was so refreshing! It isn't your typical same ole' same ole' rocker love story. It's different. The storyline, the characters, the dialogue even. I loved that it didnt blend in with every other rock romance. I also loved these characters. Deacon is just...*swoon*. I wasn't sure how I felt about Shaw. I felt like no matter what he said, I just was not trusting him. I understood they had a long-term friendship, but I needed Eli to be with Deacon.
Of course, I didn't want what happens to a certain character to indeed happen, but I was happy with the outcome by the end. Oh, and the song Deacon sings at the end - I need that on my Spotify asap ;) Loved this book! 4 stars from me.