Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Review: Redemption of Callie and Kayden (Coincidence #2) by Jessica Sorensen

Title: Redemption of Callie and Kayden (Coincidence #2)
Author: Jessica Sorensen
Release Date: 30th July
Rating: 4. 5 stars

The dark secret Kayden has kept hidden for years is out. Worse, he's facing charges for battery. The only way he stands a chance against the charges is if Callie speaks up, something he'll never ask her to do.

Callie knows Kayden is going back to his dark place and desperately wants to save him. But saving him means admitting her secrets aloud. Callie and Kayden are stronger than they think, especially when they're together. Together they move forward, face their demons, and finally start to heal from their traumatic pasts.

The time for Redemption has come. It’s time for beauty to be reborn from the ashes.

Jessica Sorensen created stunning sequel to the one of the best 2012 books. Spectacular story of Callie and Kayden is continued in the same flawless way as the previous novel. Heartbreaking, touching or affecting are only few words that can describe this tear- jerking story of damaged teenagers.

"I realize how perfect we are for each other and also how disastrous we could end up being. Because even though we can help each other pick up the pieces of our lives, we could also break at the same time and then nothing would be left to catch us as we crumble."

After mind shattering cliffhanger at the end of first book, I thought nothing in Callie and Kayden’s story could move me more. I was painfully wrong. It was only the beginning. This time I saw another aspect of the plot, that is clearly deeper and more psychological.

"He’s looking at me, and I mean really looking at me, and
there’s this connection, this understanding that we are two people
who have been fractured, not by ourselves but by someone else
and we’re doing everything we can to not shatter to pieces."

Now, we get more than romance between two young and broken people. Redemption is emotional portrait, a journey into damaged souls that seek love. Every page is filled with something moving. This book bleeds emotions.

Fear. Loneliness. Pain. Regret.

In this painful story, Jessica Sorensen showed another side of herself and I adore her for that even more. Redemption is spectacular read worth every tear and aching heart.

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