Book 7 in the series and this is Jace's story
*Could be read as a stand alone and although this is part of a rock-star series there is no on tour or gigs etc although if you have been following the series you will be aware who Jace is with the bad. kadence is just Jace's personal story and how he finds love
Jace is such a sweet baby daddy, I loved him in this book.
QUIVERING LIP ALERT
The beginning of Kadence is so bittersweet, heartwarming and heartbreaking at the same time.
After 7 years Jace finds out he's a dad from a secret pregnancy and that his teen sweetheart and love of his life is dying and has hours left to live all in one breath.
Sydney left and didn’t tell Jace she was pregnant so Jace could pursue his career, a selfless and selfish act in one.
Such a sad beginning to the story which brought a tear to my eye but it was a beautiful ending for Sydney.
As the plot progresses Kadence Jace's 6 year old little girl brings joy to the family, all the characters I love are present from previous books, Kadence is a beautiful addition to the already big and warm family of both bands and the Manzini's.
Summer is a social worker and is assigned to assess Jace with Kadence.
This isn't Summers first encounter with Jace. Summer was the one that got away the one Jace often thought of and the girl who never called, So Jace was surprised when she announced herself as the social worker.
I love all these characters and I love this series, Jace is such a great dad and it was a beautiful part of the plot to see Jace find Kadence and Summer.
Sometimes you find family where you least expect it...
When bass guitarist Jace Warner receives an urgent message from his high school sweetheart to come home, the rocker drops what he's doing to get there. Finding out that his first love, the girl that stole his heart, is dying isn't the biggest shock he receives. The bad boy rocker has a child, and now, he's about to be her only living parent.
After bonding with Kadence, his 6-year-old daughter, Jace knows there's only one thing he wants to be--a father. But that's not going to be as easy as it seems. Social worker, Summer Stephens doesn't deem Jace's lifestyle fit for parenting. She believes the stereotypes about rockers--that their lives are all about sex, drugs, and rock & roll.
Now it's up to Jace to convince Summer that Kadence is right where she belongs--at home with him at CFD. He's facing a fierce battle trying to prove there's room in his life for music and the daughter he wants to share it all with.
Will Summer realize that home is where you make it, and if she looks close enough, she just might see a family for herself?