Maddie Neumann died the day she pulled away from her parents' house determined to make her dreams come true. She wasn't the perfect little princess she'd been raised to be, all she wanted to do was rock. Everything Maddie was tucked away in a box to allow for her rebirth as Rain Maxwell, a badass rocker who answered to no one and lived by her own set of rules.
Rain's world is shattered with one phone call from her estranged family. No sooner does she get home than everything she thought she knew about her life starts changing. Colton Bradford knew there was something special about Rain the moment they first met. Unfortunately, she has a hard and fast rule about dating a bandmate so he is stuck in the friend zone. When Rain is going through her own personal hell, will Colton finally be able to make her see how he feels and convince her to take a chance on love?
Blessed Tragedy is heart-warming, heart-wrenching, heart-breaking, emotional, sexy and addicting. Its a great story about love and about coming to terms with who you really are.The main character was a rocker but not your typical tattooed, lie record bad boy but a tattooed, pierced bad girl. Rain aka Maddie.Maddie ran away from home years ago to pursue a music career that no one in her family approved of. Years later, her and her band mates are famous rock stars living the life until Rain has to return home to attend her mother’s funeral.I was immediately pulled into the story of Maddie/Rain and her relationships with Colton, her band and her family.
If your looking for angst, love, passion, friendship, and forgiveness then Blessed Tragedy is the book for you.
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I enjoyed the story with a unique heroine and a whole different take on rockstar romance. However, there were editing issues with narration, particularly big pauses/gaps in between the chapters.
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The story was great, but the editing of the audio book was horrible, There were multiple spots that were repeated. There were also large pauses/gaps in between the chapters. Kind of disappointing.