Griffin was by far my least favorite character from the Thoughtless series, and I couldn't imagine myself ever relating to such a rude, unlikeable character. However, through his actions and relationship with Anna, I could find a few redeeming qualities about him, but just a few. He spend the entire first half complaining about his position within his band, the D-Bags, and lusting for a chance to be in the spotlight. What he was missing, however, is that he was always Anna's number one.
Finally the book took a twist and began to become sweet, with Griffin focusing his energy on the one woman who has always loved him flaws and all. It's a definite read for the fan of the Thoughtless series, but I'm not sure it could stand on its own.
#1 New York Times bestselling author S. C. Stephens brings us the next book in her Thoughtless series!
Griffin Hancock is tired of being stuck behind Kellan Kyle's spotlight. He's the best, the main event, and everyone should know it. He has Anna, and his beautiful daughter Gibson, and to hell with the rest of them. A new venture presents itself, and Griffin decides this is his chance. When he tells the band about his new side gig, they are less than supportive. Undaunted by their criticism, Griffin decides to take matters into his own hands. Packing up his family, he leaves Seattle behind and returns to L.A. to break out on his own. But success isn't as easy as Griffin thought it would be, and he soon finds that the phrase 'You don't know what you've got until it's gone', is all too true.