Review: Thoughtful by S.C. Stephens
Every story has two sides, and in this new book, the epic love story between Kiera and Kellan is shown through his eyes.
All Kellan Kyle needs is his guitar, and some clean sheets of paper. Growing up in a house that was far from a home, he learned a hard lesson:You’re worthless. Now his life is comfortably filled with passionate music, loyal band mates, and fast women… until he meets her.
Kiera makes him ache for more. Makes him feel for the first time that he’sworth more. But there’s one problem— she’s his best friend’s girl.
Just when Kellan thought his emotional defenses were rock solid, Kiera’s indecisive heart wreaks havoc on his soul, changing him forever. Losing Kiera is not an option.
I was excited to read this book. I loved Thoughtless and couldn’t wait to see things from Kellan’s POV. The whole series is amazing. Picking up Thoughtful I wanted to feel connected to Kellan. Wanted to feel his wants, needs, fears, and passion for Keira but I felt that it was a bit lacking and his internal monologue was a bit repetitive. His personality seemed a bit different than in Thoughtless. I guess I expected more from him.
I got glimpses into Kellan’s past as he was growing up. My heart absolutely broke for him and how his bastard of a father and bitch of a mother treated him. Is it wrong to say I’m glad they are dead? Lol.
The sex scenes were just as hot as they were in Thoughtless. I loved to read it from Kellan’s side. What he was thinking and feeling during it. The timeline almost lines up identical to Thoughtless except with the glimpses into Kellan’s past. Definitely worth the read.