The Rebel Walking Series continues with Taron and Ivy’s story, Heaven Sent. The explosive chemistry that these two share ignites a relationship of epic proportions.
He has been dubbed ‘the panty stealer’, but Taron Walker has his eyes set on the beautiful, full of life, Ivy Adams. Ivy doesn’t usually put up with the player type, yet there is something about Taron that has her intrigued. Taron must leave to go on tour with Rebel Walking and Ivy will be left to face serious struggles on her own. Will she reach out to Taron for help, or will she push him away? Can these two find happiness in each other’s arms, or will they tear each other’s world apart?
This isn’t a long book but it is an emotional one. I don’t mind saying I fought back a few tears while reading it. Ivy showed so many transformations, from being the feisty young woman who will tell you like it is, to being a broken empty shell of a woman after being horribly attacked in an attempted rape. The priceless part of this book was once again seeing her become the strong woman again, not the same young lady as she was before the attack, but a new version of strength and love.
She put her love and needs on hold to protect the love of her life and his future career as a rock star. He of course didn’t want this to happen and he fought hard to keep her with him. Knowing that her friend Cowboy will be there, caring for her like he longs to do himself is driving Taron crazy. No one other than himself should be the source of comfort and protection her while the crazy attacker is still out there stalking her, but Taron tries to respect her wishes and lets her go.
I love the ending of this book, just when you think all hope is lost, there is a victorious moment that soon becomes over shadowed by more angst. Thank goodness the pieces are finally put together by the last page and we have some closure as to what happen. The author did a great job with this book. It was intense, real and emotional. With times of laughter, points where your heart melts for the characters and then just pure heart-break that makes you reach for the tissues. There wasn’t any point in the book that I felt the story slowed down and lagged, as a matter of fact when I finally put it down so I could sleep last night the story continued to play out in my head. I don’t see a way you can read this book and not become emotionally invested in the characters. I highly recommend Heaven Sent, it is certainly on my favorite list.