Thoughtful by S.C. Stephens

He's finally here, Kellan Kyle, rock god is back!!!!!!

S.C Stephens has yet again outdone herself with this fantastic book from Kellans pov.

I myself have waited what seems like forever to find out exactly what was going on in his mind.

To fully appreciate this story you really need to have read the Thoughtless series first. It is one of the best love triangle stories of all time......

Kellan is lead singer of a band called the D-Bags, a small band playing local clubs in Seattle, mainly Petes bar. With a spare room to rent in his house, he gets himself a pair of roommates, his old friend from Australia, Denny, and his girlfriend Keira. 

Kellan is the kind of rocker who likes to, shall we say, indulge in the female fans from time to time, but only when you hear his story do you find out the reason why.....When his new housemates come on the scene though this all stops because he has fallen in love with someone he shouldn't have and he knows one of them is going to get hurt.

This book takes us through the painful push and pull relationship between the three of them, how his relationship with Keira develops when Denny has to work away from home. How it continues in secret even when he is back.

It was hard enough to share this with them in Thoughtless but the pain I felt reading Kellans innermost feelings was at times extremely difficult to handle.

I can normally read a book in a few hours but this took me all day as I had to keep putting it down to gather myself for what I knew was coming. 

I read many, many books before I discovered Kellan and have read hundreds since. No story has ever touched me like his has, I dont think one ever will again. for me he is the ultimate book boyfriend and I have quite a few tattoos to prove it.

You can't help but fall in love with this vulnerable, beautiful man with a dark past and an even darker future if he is left to face it alone.

Get yourselves lost in his mind and I am sure you will love him as much as I do.........

Review by Sue. I give this book a 5 out of 5 with an extra 5 on the side for good measure