My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Not all superheroes wear capes or fly in a fancy jet but all true heroes have one thing in common. They want to save as many people as possible without little thought to themselves.
Tru Blue was a treat to read and Ms. Foster did a beautiful job of telling Truman’s story. Yes, Truman a superhero that didn’t know he made Superman look weak. Nope, Truman wasn't leaping tall buildings or stopping bullets but his strength of heart was just a great as any caped crusader. This character has such a tragic background and is so full of passion that the reader couldn't help but to hope for his character to get to the other side of the rainbow.
Ok, why the gush fest? Well, the storyline for Tru Blue is absolutely believable. Truman’s character isn't some guy riding up on Harleys just to save the day. Don’t get me wrong he saves the day but not in some over the top hard to believe BS that would have the reader going “really” throughout most to the book. This books deals with the effects of drug use and their multiple victims. How one fellow rises above his circumstances, reestablishes himself and tries to help his loved ones who were left behind.
Any good story has a great heroine and for this tale Gemma Wright fits the description. Gemma the good girl from the right side of the tracks is the refuge that Truman needs. Assertive and a little pushy, Gemma fits right in the Truman’s ragtag family. For the first time, she belongs … she’s loved and that’s something she’s never had in her whole life. The chemistry between the two main characters is really good and the reader could feel the emotion flying from the pages.This is must read for Melissa Foster fans.
Thank you to RockStarPR for providing this ARC in exchange for an honest review.
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