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Series: Red #2
Published by Sourcebooks Genres: Contemporary, New Adult
The highly anticipated and epic conclusion to the Chasing Red duology
"Red," Caleb whispered. "Do you know how I felt when you left me?"
I looked into his eyes. The emotion I saw in them, the intensity, and the tenderness filled up my throat.
"I felt ruined. Because, Red, every time you break me apart, you put me back together. And I always come out better than before."
"So," he cupped my face, stroking my cheek with his thumb. "Ruin me."
Always Red gives the reader an honest portrayal of the myriad of emotions we struggle with while discovering First Love.
Isabelle Ronin’s Always Red is brimming with poignant scenes that will have you crying one second and cheering the next. Caleb is the man all women want to fall in love with. His feelings for Red are intense and the way he expresses them will make you swoon. At one point I was thinking, “Damn he’s good.” How can you not fall in love with him?! I did.
Veronica is such a strong character. She has such a challenging time overcoming her issues but she wants to so bad for herself and Caleb. I love her boldness. She does not back down even when people are trying to pin her in a corner. The scenes between her and Beatrice-Rose, Caleb’s former bestie, and Caleb’s mother are my favorite. At her age, it’s rare for someone to have the staunch backbone that Red has. She is the perfect woman for Caleb! He’s a wealthy guy used to getting what he wants. He needs a woman that will stand up to him and tell him like it is.
Always Red captures your heart and doesn’t let go. Be prepared for one hell of a story, packed with romance and a bit of treachery. Always Red is the second book in a duology you must read Chasing Red first. You don’t want to miss a second of this series.