Five years later, Jared has reinvented himself by putting down the bat and picking up a guitar to play for the red-hot band Wicked White. In all that time, London hasn’t gotten over her forever love—or the pain—despite seeking solace in the arms of the one man no one dreamed she’d run to.
When Wicked White’s lead singer goes MIA, Jared finds the time—and courage—to return to his hometown and face the mess he made. He’s shocked at how London’s life has changed, yet he’s determined to prove their love is worth fighting for. Is this breakup too big for any hope of a reunion tour? Or can London open her heart to Jared once again?
This was a hard review for me to write. I love Michelle Valentine's writing. Her style is impeccable. The writing for Wicked Reunion was no different. I loved how the story was told from both Jared and London's view, as well as past and present.
What I did not find appeasing was the love triangle that London was involved in; being married to one brother while secretly in love with the other. Jared's character to me seem too wishy washy - in the band, he was self centered and hateful; but when he comes home, he's all "please forgive me." It did seem as though getting the main couple together took forever, and then, the ending seemed rushed.
Although this was not my favorite story by Michelle Valentine, I could not put it down until it was finished. I will be eagerly awaiting the next book in this rock star series; but I will be giving this book 3 1/5 stars.