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Sulfur Heights Series had always been dark and brooding. There is always danger lurking around every corner, and if you’re not into drugs, violence and abuse, you better not start reading. These books are not for the faint of heart, by the time I reached this book, my heart has been toughened enough. Because if I thought I have seen the worse, and the vileness of life – but it was only the tip of the iceberg. I didn’t expect to see the darker version of Sulfur Heights in the book of the most quiet among the Evans Brothers, Jeremy.
Can the end justify the means?
It’s a million-dollar question. A lot would have argued. But all Jeremy wanted was to get his family out of Sulfur Heights, away from all the troubles, and the demons – away from their past and live their lives normally. But in order to do that, he needed money. In his desperation to become normal and get out of Sulfur Heights – he became someone he hated the most. He went into Sulfur Height’s darkest, most evil place – the underworld. He built another persona, someone whom I could not fathom that could exist. Way, way different than who he originally is. At home, he’s still the same Jeremy who is quiet. But outside, he became someone else. He was vicious, he can kill without batting an eyelash, and he will do everything, just about everything to have the money and have it fast for him and his family to get out of Sulfur Heights.
Perhaps the only good thing that came out from this was Cami. She was untouchable, being the niece of the drug lord of the underworld. They kept their friendship in private. She’s the only person who knows his other life, and the only person who he can go to when he needs help. How he manage to separate both lives in the town as small as Sulfur Heights was nearly unimaginable, but he was able to. Until the night that ended Presley’s life. This one incident collided both his worlds, and one world have broke apart.
He wanted to have his freedom. In order to do this, he has three stipulations that was necessary to have it. Although it was painful for him, the end was worth it. He was finally going to be free from everything. He and Cami might have a good future together, and he can finally avenged Presley’s untimely demise. But, he had to endure the intense hate coming from his family, especially from Drake.
Part two came a year, or three after he was imprisoned. He was finally free. What he didn’t expect was to see Cami still in Sulfur Heights. Cami, she is a great girl, who held on to life and to her faith. I’m a Catholic, and I appreciate how MS Brannon had weave this story without appearing to be preachy. Nevertheless, it was her faith who saved her and transformed her life. She was still in love with Jeremy, but there was more to consider more than love and chemistry. She needed to know if Jeremy will be in the long run with her….
As for his brothers, blood is thicker than water. It wasn’t easy, he didn’t just stride into their lives and told everyone he’s back. He earned their trust, fought his way back into their good graces. But I was glad all had ended well. Because Jeremy had redeemed himself. He might have some doubts about his capabilities now that he was out and he has to face some responsibilities, and I was glad his brother, most especially Reggie was there to make him see the light.
The ending had my heart aching, half-good, and half-bad. It was something I didn’t expect to happen, but I was touched, when someone unexpected came back into their lives and said his goodbyes. This, perhaps was one of my favorite scenes in the book.
This might be my favorite book in the series. MS Brannon had surpassed her previous works. Redeemed Love is dark, compelling, and will send you shivers down your spine. It will have you hooked, will have you pinning for the characters, will make you understand the reasons beneath the actions, and will make you think that indeed, there is good in every person. One surprise after the other, some good, some caused my heart to stop. This book gave me enough rollercoaster for today, and it was worth it.
•Complimentary Copy was given in exchange for an honest review.•
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3. “Ain’t My Bitch” by Metallica
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6. “Hero of the Day” by Metallica
7. “Stitches” by Young Guns
8. “Family” by Noah Gunderson
9. “Seven Devils” by Florence + The Machine
10. “Stand By Me” by KI: Theory
11. “The Unforgiven” by Metallica
12.“Until I’m One with You” by Ryan Bingham
13. “Shooting Star” by Black Stone Cherry
14. “Say Something” by A Great Big World
15. “White Suburban” by Skylar Grey
16. “Uninvited” by Alanis Morissette
17. “Make Me Wanna Die” by The Pretty Reckless
18. “Radioactive” by Imagine Dragons
19. “Salvation” by Citizen Cope
20. “Release” by Pearl Jam
21. “Nothing Else Matters” by Smith & Myers
22. “Make Me Bad” by Korn
23. “Back From the Dead” by Skylar Grey
24. “More Human Than the Human” by White Zombie
25. “Wherever I May Roam” Metallica
26. “You Ain’t Alone” by Alabama Shakes
27. “Weight of the World” by Young Guns
28. “Die With You” by Type O Negative
29. “Hallelujah” by Jeff Buckley
30. “All of Me” by John Legend
31. “Penitentiary” by Citizen Cope
32. “Freak on a Leash” by Korn
33. “Dust to Dust” by The Civil Wars
34. “Fade Into You” by Mazzy Star
35. “Go Your Own Way” by Lissie
36. “House of the Rising Sun” by The White Buffalo
37. “Billie Jean” by Chris Cornell
38. “Love You to Death” by Type O Negative
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