6 stars!!!! This is one of my FAV series!!
It’s one of those stories that sucks you in, makes your heart race, puts a smile on your face and doesn’t let you stop turning the pages even for a second.
If you are a fan of love triangles, you will looooooove Thoughtless. Basically, Keira is moving cities with her boyfriend of 2 years Denny, and they end up becoming roommates with an old friend of Denny’s, Kellan Kyle, who is a local rock star. He and Keira just have this instant connection but are respectful of the fact that she is in a relationship. But when Denny takes a job overseas for several months without really consulting Keira and stops calling etc, Kellan ends up comforting her and their denied passion/love is given room to grow…. there is SO much romantic tension in this book, its enough to drive you insane – but totally in a good way!
This book will make you want to throw your book at the wall, it’ll make you laugh out loud, it’ll make you swoon and grin for pages on end, it’ll make you feel like your heart is ripped out, and you’ll love every minute of it!
Kellan is one of THOSE guys – you know the ones that make you swoony and drooly and make you wish he was real?? yeah, one of those *sigh* I’m really not kidding here, if you haven’t read Thoughtless, RUN out and grab your self a copy!
Its weird that I would like it given how there is a theme of cheating in in it (though none in book 2 once Keira & Kellan are officially together) because Keira cheats on Denny to be with Kellan. But I think the reason it never bothered me was because I always just KNEW that Keira and Denny weren’t right for each other, just as strongly as I KNEW that Kellan was perfect for her in every way and that he was her HEA. So them being together, no matter what the circumstances, just always felt right.
“What if I don’t choose you, Kellan? What will you do?”
He looked away, a tear rolling down his cheek. “I’ll leave, Kiera. I’ll leave, and you and Denny can have your happily ever after.” He looked back at me. “You wouldn’t even need to tell him about me. Eventually, the two of you…” his voice broke and another tear fell on his cheek, “the two of you would get married, and have children, and have a great life.”
I fought back a sob. “And you? What happens to you in that scenario?”
“I…get by. And I miss you, every day,” he whispered.”