What I loved about this story is that the author dives deep into the life of Brian who entered prison as a child and comes out as a man. He really has no idea how to live not only on his own, but also how to deal with others. He struggles with all of it. Regina doesn't leave him there though. She shows how he fights to change his life and to stay out of jail. I also loved how she showed the effects of him being imprisoned on his sister who was left behind to deal with everything on her own. I so enjoyed their story.
I give 15 Years to Life 4 hearts!
About the Book
Life outside prison walls is the farthest thing from predictable. There is no order, no schedule, and no one to tell you what to do every second of your life. Since the age of eleven, Brian McCrary had been in prison. Why you ask? For protecting his twin sister Blaine, and taking the life of his father.
Murder… Fifteen years to Life… Childhood to manhood…
With his parole granted, it’s time for Brian to come face to face with real life. What he doesn’t know is that this new life would prove to be the most difficult thing that he had ever faced. There would be struggles beyond his control. He has to learn how to be a man, and everything that goes along with it.
Sex… Love… Life… Responsibilities…
Will it be too much for him to handle, or is he strong enough to survive life on the outside?
About the Author
Regina is a contemporary romance writer from Kentucky. She lives there with her husband, kids, dog and cat. She can be found behind her computer, a good book, or watching sports. She loves to hear from her readers.