An incredible romance involving a man, the music he craves, and the voice that haunts him.
Rock and roll turns Brandon Wayne into a juvenile delinquent in all the best ways—crazed, ambitious, and with a slip of danger nagging at his hips. His marketing job at Endeara Candies and hunting down classic vinyl nirvana at Warped Records make his world seem ordinary, but there is another side to his life.
As an anniversary of tragedy approaches, odd occurrences riddle Brandon’s mind with questions. Whose voice is suddenly materializing in his head? Is he fabricating a psychic who looks like one of his favorite rock stars? Why is he having retro dreams involving welded beer cans, disco, and a punk rock girl? The puzzle seems never ending.
Have the musty fumes at Warped Records and the terrible candy at work rotted Brandon’s brain? Has he crossed into the realm of insanity? Or is the reason for the madness beyond his comprehension?
Brandon’s fiancé died 10 years ago and he never really got over her death. Currently, he has been hearing “voices” and thinks he is going crazy. He goes to see a therapist and she helps him figure out why he is hearing one specific voice of TV star Katherine Miller and what it means.
Voices Carry is a sweet and touching story about love lost, love found, and soul mates. Each one will go to certain lengths to fulfill their heart’s desire and be with the one they are meant to be with. It really it a touching story between these two and how Brandon begins to heal after so many years.
As the first book I have read from this author, I found it well written with great character development. I could almost feel the passion and hurt each character felt along with them. Just when I was ready to take a break from reading, something else would cause me to keep going to learn more about the story. I wouldn’t say I connected with the characters, but more or less had compassion for them. Love that!
All in all, it’s a great story with mystery and paranormal elements. I really enjoyed it and will have to check out more from this author.