Who We Love
A Decker Family Novel
USA Today Bestselling Author Claudia Burgoa pens a thought-provoking emotional duet that works through the angst of finding love amidst past hurts and the pain associated with not belonging, not fitting in.
I grew up knowing that the way I love is a sin.
But how can something so wrong feel so blessedly right?
Some people can’t drive fifty-five. Me?
I’ve never done simple.
But after Thea and Tristan came into my life, everything fell into place. Thea and Tristan make me whole. We’re in love. Or…I thought we were. Are we?
It was the music that broke her.
Something about the music.
Tristan and I would do anything to lift the burden weighing her soul so she can heal.
But she has to trust us with her secrets.
Even if the truth that’s destroying her from the inside out strikes at the heart of the Decker family. Like the sucker punch that comes out of nowhere, drawing blood that the media is salivating for.
Me and Thea.
Thea and Tristan.
Tristan and me.
Somewhere in the eye of this emotional hurricane is the unicorn I have to believe exists. Because without hope and trust, forever doesn’t exist for any of us.
It’s as simple—and as complicated—as that.
Who We Love is the conclusion of the Perfect Everlasting duet. A Decker Family novel partially published as Uncut and substantially modified and expanded.
This duet killed me!! I didn’t read this book the first time around but met them in the 2nd gen books and was curious. I’m glad I finally got to go back and meet all of the people that made the next generation possible. This one is angsty but it didn’t find me sobbing like Ainsley and Jacob’s did.
This trio is awesome. I can’t wait for more
Part two containers even more drama and surprises
Who We Love starts right after the conclusion of Who We Are...almost like it's the same book and we're starting a new chapter. Many secrets are revealed, there's plenty of angst and hurt to go around and one character starts the breakup of the triad but isn't fully responsible for what comes after. I know, I know...so vague! But I, and definitely Ms. Burgoa herself, want readers to experience the story themselves, without revealing too much. I will say this though. After being extremely annoyed by Chris and Gabe Colhurst-Decker through Ainsley and Jacob's stories...I honestly hated the way they raised their kids...they redeemed themselves in my eyes in this duet. I'm not sure if they just wore me down after 6 books, or I just saw their interactions with not only Matthew, but Tristan and Thea as well, in a different light. I know that a triad story is not everyone's cup of tea. But I hope that readers will give this engaging, poignant, thoughtful duet a chance.
Beautiful conclusion to the duet
This is book two of the Perfect Everlasting duet and continues the story of Thea, Tristan and Matt. Claudia continues to keep us on edge with our emotions!
Tristan, Thea and Matt face more challenges, question who they are “as a trio”, question who they are individually and have to find out if they are willing to fight for what makes them happy.
Tristan’s challenges effected me the most. I wanted to hug him, let him know he is loved and give him permission to be free of those holding him back...to let go of his toxic family.
Matt and Thea are a bit stronger but they both struggled…it hurt to read this story, to try to comprehend what they were feeling …we know there’s going to be an HEA but the feelings to get there were brutal.
Let me say the emotion, passion and love within this story is off the charts.
I don’t know how Claudia does it but she continues to bring us characters and stories that make us think and maybe change us a little along the way. She handles the tough topics with such care and thoughtfulness.