We were prisoners of forbidden love, just like Romeo and Juliet but without the poetic, old English double speak and Italian marble balconies. A coal miner's son, Kellan Braddock always knew he'd follow in his late dad's steel-toed boots. He also always knew that he'd never love anyone as much he loved Rylan Merritt. But sometimes love isn't enough.
I liked that Kellan never waivered in expressing his love for Rylan.
The premature death of his dad and a tumultuous childhood has left coal miner Tommy 'Huck" Sawyer hardened to emotion and relationships. Andi Sullivan is the one woman who can break through that tough exterior. But Andi, the twin sister of Tommy's best friend, is destined for better things, away from her harsh father's control and their sooty mining town. It seems everything is against Tommy ever having the one thing his heart wants most.
That's a yes and a no question for me. If they can get past the nasal voice of Lauren, then yes.