WHERE THE HEART IS
Children of famous rock band, The Devil’s Share, Beau Cole and Halen Connor have known and loved each other all their lives. There was no one Beau wanted to be with more than Halen, no one who would ever have his heart. Four years older than his girl, Beau had vowed to keep their status as best friends until Halen was eighteen. But at sixteen Halen—beautiful, willful, stubborn Halen—wanted more, and Beau has never been able to deny Halen anything. And that was his mistake. He knew better, and she deserved better, so he left, trampling both their hearts to dust. Now, two years later, Beau must return home, and seeing Halen is either going to kill him or save his life.
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Legacy is Beau and Halen's story. They are the offspring of The Devils Share characters - being termed Devil's Spawn. It's a second chance love story between these two that grew up as best friends from childhood. Their friendship was beyond close and turned to love, then tragedy and ultimately heartbreak. Now Beau has returned and he and Halen must face their past and find a way to be in each other's space again. Their family (the 'rents) never knew they were involved. The kids - all the spawn - kept and keep each other secrets and they continue to try to remain under the radar for what was an intense relationship. This story just grabs you and takes you on an emotional ride. If you've read the original books, you have an attachment to these characters and their intense friendship. It's very hard to see how much they are both hurting and how distant they have become. There is a lot of sub character development going on in this book, setting up the rest of the series. I loved meeting everyone and seeing the bond they all had and how they love each other and have all had each other's back all their lives. It's a wonderful book and a fantastic jumping off for the series. L.P Maxa is on her way to giving us yet another brilliant series. I can't wait to see what comes next. Beau and Halen were such a treat - even if they were wrapped up in a pretty emotionally charged story. It's was worth it though. The end was that much sweeter for all they endured.