Trey Turner may be topping the country music charts but his life has been going downhill since his wife left him five years ago. He’s desperate to make amends for the mistakes he’s made and convince Sierra their love deserves a second chance.
Sierra Brooks is happy for the first time since her divorce. She has a career she loves and a fiancé who loves her. Unfortunately, her fiancé isn’t the only man professing his love. He may be able to offer her safety and security, but will she decide to risk everything for another chance with the man who broke her heart?
Shameless is a beautiful story of a second chance love, with the heroine giving up on their love for all the wrong reasons. They both blamed him and in the end she realizes it was all her fault. The secondary characters in this book were amazing and very crucial to the story. If it weren’t for meddling ex’s and family members/friends, they wouldn’t be together and might not have ever drifted apart in the first place. One thing that bothers me, the title doesn’t really fit the book. Nowhere is either of them shameless.
Sierra left Trey after feeling abandoned, only after reconnecting with him after five long years does she realize that isn’t the real reason she left. She never shared the real reason with anyone. After the death of their first daughter, the doctor tells her it is virtually impossible for her to get pregnant. Trey wants a family as much as she does and she doesn’t want to keep him from that.
So much happened to these two and with these two to keep them apart. Love truly did conquer all with them. I think it was beautiful how their story ended. I can’t wait to read how Chris convinces Lexi that settling down isn’t a bad thing. I will definitely be reading the next story in the series.