I am a hothead, a wild card, and son to a murdered man.
I crave the things I can’t have and don’t want the things I can.
Now, I’m left to pick up the pieces—stitch our family back together with a damaged thread.
This isn’t the life I envisioned. And to make matters worse, the women in our lives are testing the strength of our brotherhood.
My name is Hayden Pearson.
I am the eldest—a protective, but vindictive son.
People may think I’m too young to fill our father’s shoes, but it won’t stop me from proving them all wrong.
First came the Four Fathers. Now it's time for the Four Sons.
Nixon (Four Sons, #1) by Ker Dukey
Hayden (Four Sons, #2) by J.D. Hollyfield
Brock (Four Sons, #3) by Dani René
Camden (Four Sons, #4) by K Webster
***This series should be read in order to understand the plot.***
This series just gets more and more exciting as it goes on.
After each book, I am so anxious for the next.
The four sons are obviously four brothers and these books follow the four fathers and each story is told by one of four different authors. A lot of fours I know, but its so different I love it.
Hayden's story though feels condensed like there could have been more but chunks are missing. Some of these books are shorter stories like this one some are twenty plus chapters and I suppose they do all interlink to make in the whole one big story of the Pearson brothers but I would have liked more of the love scenes, the backstories, the history that I feel I've missed out on when the story flips back to the past briefly then returns to present giving me a taste of what could have been.
Each brother is different I have already read Nixon with his psychotic tendencies by Ker Dukey and that had my head spinning but Hayden although he's a dark, broody and dangerous character he is easier to understand.
Hayden is the oldest brother now in charge of his father's firm since his dad got his head blown off, he's angry, has a huge chip on his shoulder and is making himself mad with his paranoia and the pressures he is putting himself under to live up to his father's reputation.
Katie calms him and she's the only one that can save him from himself. Katie and Hayden met in a hospital room and they were both instantly drawn to each other. Reading between the lines they have a beautiful love story and I wish it had been expanded more.
I love angst in a book and although short this book is packed with it.
A dark and at times gritty series that is full of surprises. I recommend it by starting with The Four Fathers then going onto Four Sons.
Told in first person dual pov
Available in KU
NIXON by Ker Dukey
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HAYDEN by J.D. Hollyfield
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BROCK by Dani René
CAMDEN by K Webster