Lennon can't remember what it feels like to be happy. He might be one of the famous Ransome brothers, the bassist for the hottest rock group in the country, but fame and fortune can't fix this. There are nightmares he doesn't understand. Memories he can't explain. And always, always the unshakable sense that he's made a terrible mistake. A mistake that changed the course of his family's lives forever. His brothers don't know how to help him. His father doesn't know how to help him. And he certainly doesn't know how to help himself.
Then he meets Haylee Hunt, the lead singer of Ransom's opening band. And just like in the best love songs, everything changes. With Haylee, Lennon doesn't have to feel so afraid all the time. The guilt that haunts him seems to fade, just a little. Because Haylee, somehow, seems to understand exactly how it feels to be broken.
But the hazy memories refuse to fade away. The nightmares are getting clearer. And even Haylee won't be able to help him when the past finally crashes back into his life.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I have loved this series, and anxiously awaited Lennon's story. Rescue did not disappoint! This quiet, soulful brother meets a kindred spirit, and together they forge their own paths to healing and happiness.
Reading a really good book is bittersweet because it is so satisfying to have the perfect story close with the perfect ending, but then you realize you're done and there's no more to read. I felt that coming on the whole way through this book. I have been eagerly waiting for Lennon's story and this greatly exceeded the high expectations I had for it. I never saw this story coming. Most times, there are little things about characters that show their imperfections and make them more human, but this book showed Lennon's and Haylee's imperfections and they just made them all the more perfect. They're both damaged souls who are running on fumes, but they give each other a little extra kick. It's nothing immediate and annoyingly miraculous like I've read many times in books. There is a beautiful, perfect story here without the perfect cheesiness that you usually find with a wounded character. I am so bummed that I'm done reading this book. Absolutely the best one of the Ransom series.