That's how long it's been since Eliza last saw Gage and they both feel as if they don't deserve one another's forgiveness. He screwed up. She walked away without looking back. They'll try and make up all the time they've lost with one another, that is until they're facing the choices of either going their separate ways, or hanging on and fighting for dear life.
The fights will be endless. They heartache will be real. The demons will return, and they won't back down without a fight.
There are some who will do anything to keep true love apart, and those same people will dig deep into their demonic ways until Eliza and Gage are literally no more.
Can Eliza and Gage overcome it all? Will they be able to face the true demons that are seeking to destroy them? Or will they just forget about everything they've worked so hard for and go their separate ways?
Sometimes you have to go through struggles in order to reach an ultimate point of peace... but will their struggle be worth it?
Review by Brittany
The second installment in the FireNine Series continues off with the rest of Eliza and Gage’s story. After Eliza left Gage to return to college, she’s trying hard to get her life back together. She was so affected by him, but she’s trying not to let it show.
When Gage and Ellie give it another shot, they’re faced with the issue of trust. Gage is scared to death that Ellie will leave him again and Ellie is frightened that there is more to him and Penelope than Gage lets on. Can these two overcome their issues and live a life happily together?
SQ Williams is a fantastic writer. She gives Kellan Kyle a run for his money with Gage Grendel. I honestly believe that more people should read these books; they’re freaking fantastic.
SQ has a wonderful writing style. She is very descriptive, very emotional. I love that when reading her books, I am so connected to her characters. I feel like they could be my friends, they feel real. That’s a big thing for me, something that makes me love a book. She really gives depth and emotion to her stories, which is really hard to come by these days.
Once again, I give her five stars for Who We Are. The whole story is just amazing. I mean, who wouldn’t want to read about a sexy rock god that finally settles down for one woman? Let’s not forget the seriously misunderstood Roy Sykes, the devilishly good looking Montana Delray, and the friend for life, Dedrick Parsley.
The supporting characters are just as much a part of the story as Eliza and Gage. Each band member has a story that you can see is dying to be told. I love that SQ gives each and every single character something to remember them by. It has been about four months since I’ve read this book, but I still remember certain things about each person. That gets a bunch of points from me.
The story of Eliza and Gage comes to a close in this novel. Roy’s novel picks up next, soon to be released, on January 28th. I love SQ Williams and I can’t wait to see her at the Southern Girls Author Event in July 2014!
About SQ Williams
New York Times & USA Today Best Selling author Shanora Williams considers herself one of the wondrous, down-to-earth authors who's all about romance and the paranormal... but of course she always makes room for the many other genres out there. She was born and raised in North Carolina but plans on taking trips all around the world as she grows in age.
She's a huge lover of Starbucks and a big kid when it comes to Haribo Gummy Bears. If she could swim in Coca-Cola she would. She's a very avid reader and a fan of many other independent authors.
She writes under the pen name S. Q. Williams.