A sexy, angsty, excruciating emotion MM friends to lovers rockstar romance by USA Today Bestselling Author Claudia Burgoa.
The Sinners of Seattle are the only family I knew.
Music brought us together. Tragedy bonded us forever.
That’s where I met Ethan.
Both of us had bad childhoods.
We knew all about unrequited love.
You know what they say, misery loves company.
We shared firsts.
We shared nights.
One of us fell in love. It wasn’t him.
After my world crumbled and the band broke up I spiraled out of control.
Ethan Killion (Kill) became the CEO of a communications conglomerate.
I...I’m trying to stay sober.
It’s so hard when I don’t have a future.
It’s harder when the guy who makes me want to be better is engaged.
He’s marrying someone who can’t understand him.
One call from him becomes a lot more.
He wants to remember what we once had.
I desperately desire him.
Unrequited love can destroy you. I know.
Things get dark between us. Now there’s no stopping it.
I don’t care if I am shattered into pieces.
I just need one last time.
The first book in the Second Chance Sinners duet will leave you with a cliffhanger that might make you lose your breath.
All the feels. Loved it!
Pieces of Us by Claudia Burgoa is the first book in the Second Chance Sinners duet and it is full of all the feels! Ethan and Zeke’s story captivated me from the start. We meet Ethan and Zeke when they were young and we get to experience their connection from the start. The chemistry they share is undeniable, but life is never easy and choices are difficult and takes them on separate paths. My heart broke for them. Their journey is not an easy one. And as this is book one in the duet, it will leave you hanging, but I devoured every minute of it. I cannot wait to get my hands on the second book and see what happens next!
Angsty and slightly damaged
This book ends on a cliffhanger and is part of a duet (which is appropriate as they are musicians).
Spanning over 15 years, we are introduced to Zeke and Ethan and their foster family that leads them to forming the group, Sinners of Seattle.
I found their pieces to be messy, super angsty, and brittle. Interwoven as family, lovers and band mates.
I feel like I have been waiting for this book for forever but that’s probably because the last year has been like 10 rolled into one....
The first part of this duet is absolutely heartbreaking. There is a lot of angst and that cliffhanger makes me wish I could fast forward time so the conclusion would already be in my hands.
There’s not a lot that I could say that wouldn’t give too much away but if you’ve read Hannah’s (Almost Perfect) or Tucker’s (Us After You) stories, there’s a lot about the Sinners of Seattle that you already know.
Part one of this duet is phenomenal and I will be impatiently awaiting the conclusion.