Garrett Armstrong, the lead guitarist of Epic Fail, womanizer and not so nice guy, leaves a trail of women in his wake. A recent one-night stand wreaks havoc, and turns his present completely upside down. He’s faced with a reality that he never expected. Never wanted.
Samantha Weston can’t escape the black cloud that follows her. She suffered an unspeakable loss as a teenager and has been climbing uphill ever since. As soon as her life starts to become manageable she’s slammed with another tragic event, forcing her to abandon the only thing in life that she cherishes.
A heartbreaking situation throws this unlikely pair together. They’re forced to face things that seem impossible. Can Sam get past the demons that haunt her? Can Garrett accept a fate he swore to avoid at all costs?
Can they conquer the sins that are poised to destroy them or will they become an Epic Fail?
TRUDY HAS DONE IT GUYS. She got me out of my slump. She did it. I love her. I loved this book. Insert mushy sigh. Ugh, YES.
When a one night stand shows back up in Garrett’s life, she completely turns his whole world upside down. Samantha, who has also suffered a lot, is thrust into the middle of Garrett’s life and from there the two of them try to navigate their way through their new realities.
Along the way…love forms. And it’s beautiful. And slow building. And magical. And I loved it. It was great.
“You’ve made me want to erase all of the sins of my past and be worthy of you.”
I liked the slow build up, I can’t express that enough. And there was no lulls along the way. Zilch. I liked how Garrett changed through out the whole book. It wasn’t a fast change, it was just right. The story is well written and their past and present are perfectly intertwined to gradually reveal the whole story and all of it just comes together so well in the end. And God, I loved it. (Did I already say that? I did didn’t I? Oh well)
Epic Sins is a beautiful, emotional and lovely story, with one additional little character that will steal your heart. Guaranteed. Now, if you need me I’m going to be binge reading all of Trudy’s books. THANKS, GIRL!