He's loved her forever. Now she's marrying another man.
The wedding plans are underway, and the Save the Date cards are sent. If only the man she was marrying was the man she loved with all her heart.
Being a contemporary woman in a traditional faith requires compromise. Being in love with her best friend, Sad Fridays' guitarist Ben King, the man who saved her years ago, is agony.
It's official. He has ruined her for all other men.
He's never fallen off the stage while drunk, until the Save The Date card lands on his door mat.
Despite loving Chaya forever, her father made it crystal clear. Ben will never be the one for his daughter.
Now she's marrying another man, and Ben is beginning to wonder just when Chaya will realise it's him she should be saying I do to.
When tragedy reunites them, Chaya is caught between her fiancé and her love. And it's up to Ben to fight for Chaya or let her go forever.
Chaya and Ben
This is the final book in the series and what an original rock star romance it was. I don't think I have ever read a rock n roll romance like this before.
There is a small love triangle as Chaya is engaged at the start of this book, but she also is not in a romantic relationship with Ben at this point either. This is very much a forbidden relationship with two besties who love each other but also a rock n roll romance.
Ben met Chaya when he was 16 when he saved her life when she was kidnapped at age 11. They love each other and are best friends and both want more but religion and family expectations have made it a forbidden romance.
Chaya comes from a very religious Jewish family. They keep kosher and the Sabbath, and she wants that for her future. Ben is an atheist and so he is someone her family will never accept; in addition, he is this wild rock star.
In this story Chaya has a lot of decisions to make. She is at a crossroads and has to decide where she wants her heart and head to lead her. Ben loves her and needs her, and I loved that no matter what Chaya is there for him no matter what.
This was a very passionate story and filled with angst and longing. There is also a lot of love between Chaya and Ben and his band and his Nan. I loved it so much and could not put it down.
I received a complimentary early release e-book prior to release and am voluntarily leaving a review.