He is broken,
He is fine.
He is wanted,
But he’s not mine.
Blake Carson can’t afford to have a life. Between working full-time as a tattoo artist and caring for his disabled twin brother Jacob, his plate is more than full – and he prefers it that way.
But his meticulous planning is turned on its head when he meets the upbeat and beautiful Audrey Wright and her butterfly tattoo.
Now, through a complicated maze of coincidence and fate, Blake begins to question if maybe there could be more to his life than just work and Jacob.
That is, if the guilt doesn’t eat him alive first.
With the help of Dr. Vanessa Travetti and a girl he doesn’t think he deserves, can Blake convince himself that even the bad guy deserves a happy ending?
Whether it was Fate, God, or simply serendipity, it was right. Nothing but right. Audrey and me. Us. We.
It is hard to put into words how much I loved this book. It was fresh, different, beautiful and emotional. I was completely sucked into the story from the very beginning and couldn’t put it down. Warrior Blue touched me on so many different levels. It is one book that I am still thinking about a week later and will continue to think about as time goes on. Kelsey Kingsley is a new to me author and after this book I know it will not be the last book I read from her.
Blake had the weight of the world on his shoulders. He had such an enormous pressure that was placed on himself. He lived with the guilt of a traumatic childhood event that forever changed not only his life, but his twin and his parents lives. Audrey was unexpected in so many ways. She was the light that Blake needed. Despite everything she is his biggest cheerleader and provided so much support.
Warrior Blue led to so many uncontrollable tears. I just wanted to reach out and hug every single character in this book. I smiled. I fell in love with the world that Kelsey Kingsley created in the pages of this story. This is a romance novel, however, it is so much more than that. It will get you thinking and make you look at life with a different perspective.
If it was possible, I would give this book more than five stars, because it deserves so many more. Warrior Blue is a MUST READ and quickly became one of my TOP BOOKS of 2020.