Gypsy (Epic Love Stories, #4)

Gypsy (Epic Love Stories, #4)

by Kelly Moore

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How do you unbreak the broken? Can you ever love them enough?

That's what Jameson Wilde has asked himself a million times since he laid eyes on Lyla Flynn. She has the voice of an angel but an ache that lives inside her. It's anchored to her heart.

He's in a position to help make her a star. She's hidden behind the heartbreak of her music for so long, she's afraid to really be free and let the world hear her voice.

Jameson gets lost in their overpowering passion and forgets the darkness inside of her. Lyla holds her secrets close…a crack in her heart that will never heal.

Her newfound fame risks exposing her secrets, causing that split to shatter.

A contemporary love story with optional endings.  If you want the raw story, the heartache, the truth of what happened, it's there for the readers. If you have to have a happy ending, you'll skip through the pages and get what you need.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940156220564
Publisher: Kelly Moore
Publication date: 03/12/2019
Series: Epic Love Stories
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 741,691
File size: 1 MB

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Gypsy (Epic Love Stories, #4) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Lilacandlace 5 months ago
This is one truly emotional romance. I swore to myself that I was only going to read the HEA of this book... and I did... until this afternoon. Gypsy "Lyla" is broken and doesn't know if she's ever going to get better. Then she meets Jameson and feels a connection that's been missing for a while now. Jameson falls in love with her from the moment he hears her voice. But love isn't always an easy path. This story is so very well written and developed that it will pull you in and hold you there. The question is... will you play it safe and just read the HEA or will you read it as the author saw it ending? Tissues will be needed either way.❤️️ I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
Sheila Lee 6 months ago
Oh God! How do you describe Gypsy? This book will tug on your heartstrings until you feel every emotion the lead characters feel. This is the story of Lyla, aka Gypsy, and Jameson. He is a record producer who is introduced to a new band playing in a bar in Nashville. Right away, Jameson falls for the raspy voice of the lead singer. As he becomes involved with Lyla, he senses a deep pain within her and seems helpless to stop her self-destruction. This is an awesome romance that will carry you to the highest of highs and to the lowest of lows. As Lyla tries to tell Jameson, he cannot unbreak the broken. This book has two endings provided by the author, one of which is an HEA. This author touches on a painful topic, a topic that society needs to address in order to assist those persons struggling with depression. KUDOS, Ms. Moore, for shining a light on the depths of despair that promotes suicide and the needs for professional intervention.
Linda Carlson 6 months ago
Wow! What an amazing story! This author knows how to hook you in right from the very beginning. Jameson is a man that falls hard and fast for the beautiful singer, Gypsy, he just can’t help it. Their connection is on a whole deeper lever than just physical attraction. It’s like Jameson can see inside Gypsy’s soul and knows that she is tragically wounded and scared. Gypsy is an incredible singer whose songs touch the very core of people. She sings about the life she once had which her fans don’t realize that the pain and sadness in her songs come from that incredible pain within her, about her horrible loss. This story is heartbreaking and tragic but it also about love and healing. The struggle to overcome a tragic loss is very real. There are some people can make it through those darkest times and then there are those that can never get past the trauma. I love how this story showed the incredible attempts of Jameson to motivate and help Gypsy move forward with her life. The emotions necessary to tell this kind of story come from the very core and leave you spent. That’s also how I felt when I finished this book. It was heartbreaking but turned out to be quite satisfying. Excellent job! I loved it!
Michelle_V 6 months ago
Lyla (Gypsy) is a tortured soul with a talent for writing music and a beautiful voice. Jackson is a music producer who went to the bar to hear for himself the beautiful voice his friend had been telling him about. Loved the connection and chemistry between Lyla and Jackson. This is an intense read full of emotion and heartache. I definitely recommend you break out the Kleenex for this book. I loved that we got two possible endings, but it made it so hard to choose, so I read both. This is a well written book with believable characters and a great storyline by an amazing author.