Breathless (Ross Siblings, Book 8) by Cherrie Lynn
Seth and Macy Warren haven't been married long, but they have their eyes on the future. Macy is excited to start a family, while Seth debates the pros and cons of giving up their spontaneity for the potential perils of parenthood. But Macy thinks she can convince him...
When he gets a chance to relive some of his past glory days by rejoining his former band onstage, though, he jumps at it. Still, she thinks she can turn the trip to his gig into some baby-making fun. Until she comes face-to-face with a part of Seth’s past that she'd hoped to never deal with again.
Macy knows she shouldn't have her doubts. But she also knows that when you have everything, you have everything to lose.
REVIEW by Heather:
It is always great to revisit with Brian and Ghost, so when I saw Breathless released, I had to grab it. In this book, you will get to see what's been going on with Brian and Candace, and Ghost and Macy. Things have changed. Brian and Candace have a family, and with Macy seeing how happy the two are, she wants a family of her own.
When an opportunity arises and Ghost is presented with a chance to return to the stage for one night to perform with his old band, will he take it? If you follow this series, we all know that Macy walked in on a VERY disturbing scene backstage at one of his gigs. Will Macy trust Ghost to make the right decision?
Macy begins to think that Ghost misses his old life, but that may not be the case. Ghost misses the adrenaline that runs through his veins when he is on stage performing. Ghost supports Macy's horseracing, which is totally out of his element, so will Macy support Ghost if he decides to play the gig offered to him?
Breathless was a short and sweet read giving us a glimpse at what the gang is up to. The banter between Ghost and Brian is always priceless, and I love seeing Brian and Candace enjoying their happily ever after.
* I received an ARC from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.
Each book in the Ross Siblings series is STANDALONE: