Zenith Fulfilled

Zenith Fulfilled Rob Williams used to be the lead singer of his band Zenith before his alcoholism destroyed his career his marriage and his life Now writer Rebecca Randall wants to chronicle his recovery and in t

  • Title: Zenith Fulfilled
  • Author: Leanne Davis
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 317
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  • Rob Williams used to be the lead singer of his band, Zenith, before his alcoholism destroyed his career, his marriage and his life Now, writer, Rebecca Randall wants to chronicle his recovery and in the process, establish herself as a successful author What this mother of three young girls doesn t realize is how well the tattooed, former rocker, Rob fits into her small tRob Williams used to be the lead singer of his band, Zenith, before his alcoholism destroyed his career, his marriage and his life Now, writer, Rebecca Randall wants to chronicle his recovery and in the process, establish herself as a successful author What this mother of three young girls doesn t realize is how well the tattooed, former rocker, Rob fits into her small town, country life That is until Rebecca s estranged husband comes home and wants to rebuild their relationship As Rob leaves and attempts to make his dreams of Zenith come true, Rebecca s life falls into a depression that nothing, short of divorce, will end But how can Rob, now lead singer of Zenith, ever return to Rebecca s ordinary life

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    1. In this final book in the series Rob Williams is now sober and has admitted to himself and others that he was responsible for the self implosion of the band Zenith and his marriage. He has made his amends to his ex-wife and his best friend and former band mate Spencer. But it’s clear the one person Rob hasn’t forgiven is himself. Just getting sober doesn’t give you back self worth. Rob still perceives himself has a failure and its not helping that those close to him have found happiness in [...]

    2. Rob was pretty horrible in the first book, but definitely redeemed himself, so I was excited to read his story. But for the first third of the book, he was pretty much a jerk. What happened to the Rob from book 2? The Rob who was urging Spencer to get his act together with Erica? That Rob seemed nowhere to be found, and I was disappointed.I would have liked this better if Rebecca hadn't been Nick's sister (seriously, the inter-dating in this series is way too much). First of all, she was a doorm [...]

    3. Love it.Another feel good story from a favorite author. Both my husband and I get stuck listening to Davis's books, often neglecting other duties. It is rather amusing watching him riveted over the perplexing plot. I like the characters complexities and ambivalence. I love not having to make myself engage in a story. Look forward to more from Leanne Davis! She nails the emotions of each character so you can really feel it with them. Addicted.

    4. The best book on the series, Rob, you absolute star you finally got to show who you really are and what you care about, Rebecca what a wonderful character, together they made an unlikely team but totally made sense, their story wasn't as angsty (thank god)!, then the previous two but it had it's moments, Rebecca's daughters were very funny and added some light relief, I won't spoil It for anyone but it was a lovely way to end the Zenith series.

    5. Great seriesreally liked this one. sometimes à long read, like the other books but love it. even though Rob was trouble, he turned his life around for the better. Loved Rebecca becoming a stronger person throughout the story. overall à great series and would definitely recommend to read it.

    6. WOW!! This is more close to home for meRob and Rebecca! The bad boy who falls for the girl with baggage and ready made family. Emotional, loving, and heartfelt. It only takes one person to reveal the true person inside. This was the best of the trilogy! I laughed and cried. This story is that freaking good. :) Just amazing!

    7. really liked this one. sometimes a long read, like the other books but love it. even though Rob was trouble, he turned his life around for the better. Loved Rebecca becoming a stronger person throughout the story. overall a great series and would definitely recommend to read it.

    8. Well CraftedThird in this series and probably the most complex of the trilogy. Reading them in order us beneficial. The characters are quite interesting and definitely real in their thoughts and actions.

    9. I didn't like the 2nd book in this series (I stopped reading when the mother refused to breastfeed her own infant-- WTF? I understand that not all women are able to breastfeed but everyone at least *tries*), but I liked this one.

    10. This book was just down right annoying Rebecca was annoying, the premise was annoying and the baby talking 4 year old was annoying Glad this one was free!!

    11. Wonderful trilogyThe Zenith Trilogy is great reading. It is full of turns and changes keeping the reader wanting to read more and more. I thoroughly enjoyed each one.

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