Finding Sadie: A Prequel

Finding Sadie: A Prequel

Brandace Morrow / Sep 23, 2019

Finding Sadie A Prequel At fifteen I took on the role of Popper out of necessity forgetting the person I was That s when I became the lead singer of a grunge metal band Now at twenty two I m cocky a pessimist and violen

  • Title: Finding Sadie: A Prequel
  • Author: Brandace Morrow
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  • Page: 276
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  • At fifteen, I took on the role of Popper out of necessity, forgetting the person I was That s when I became the lead singer of a grunge metal band.Now at twenty two, I m cocky, a pessimist, and violent My shrink is even fed up with me, suggesting I try something radical to appreciate the value of life.She gives me a card that leads me to him, and ultimately I find me.

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      • Brandace Morrow

        I am a full time mom of four, and stationed overseas with my sexy soldier My current obsessions are Maroon 5, rum and coke, and reading in no particular order Despite being terribly awkward with social media, I m everywhere Frequently subjecting the public to pictures of my minion s messes, and everything that is Momdom in my house.


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    1. ARC provided by author in exchange of honest review[image error]Finding Sadie by Brandace Morrow was one of those prequels that was an okay read for me. This book is about a female rocker who is lost in her ways. She is a former addict who has been to rehab. Basically, Sadie aka Popper lives in her own bubble with lack of social interaction and so her therapist recommends Sadie to volunteer at a hospital for sick children. While volunteering, she meets Batty, another male volunteer and soon they [...]


    2. This was really good. I am curious to see if Batty and Sadie/Popper/Robin get together for they sure do sizzle the pages. I love how Sadie slowly begins to transform in this book. She begins to see things differently and this is all due to Batty and the children who want nothing from her. Children who show her how to be happy even under the most dire circumstances. Children who give love and warmth so easily even with where they are and knowing their time is limited. Sadie is unhappy and trying [...]


    3. Sadie grew up in a trailer park and dreamed of escaping it , she had one thing going for her - her voice, the thing though is that she didn't have the greatest upbringing, when she was fifteen years old - she was discovered and became a famous singer with her brother and sister Tammy and Brian as her managers and publicity representives. As the years pass, Sadie started to live a double life and became the persona of Popper - the lead singer in a grunge metal band . Later of course she took the [...]


    4. F*@ck, can I keep him?Being one of those organized people, I saw 'prequel' and started here. However; I've noticed by some other reviews that this is not the first book in the series. But, hey, it worked for me. I still loved it. Sadie (aka Popper) is very screwed up for a 22 yr old. She has a therapist, a band, and an attitude that's stuck on 'bitch'. At the recommendation of her therapist she starts a project to help her find herself, and it changes her life. She learns to think about someone [...]


    5. abbycook30.wix/abby-and-liSadie & Batty.One thing that intrigued me all the way through this book was Batty. I want to know this hot piece of arse's name!! Anyway let's talk. I have my thoughts on where this book is going and I damn well hope I am so far off the mark that it punches me in the faceSadie AKA Popper is the front girl in a Rock Band, she has a bad arse attitude & the looks to match. Popper is not in a good place in her life right now, she has a don't give a shit attitude &am [...]


    6. 5 StarsI received this book for my honest reviewRemember the seesaw growing up? As a young child we all would go to the park and aim for the sweet site of the up and down motion that connected us to one person. We put our trust in the other person not to hurt us by letting us fall with motion. As our trust became smiles and laughter we would always try and tip the scales at one point or another by making sudden movements into letting the other person think that the motion was going to let them f [...]


    7. Popper has been in a all male band since she was 15 years old. Popper and the bad were at a shoot for who she thought to be for the Rolling Stone but she was wrong, she got angry and ended the shoot. Popper goes to the a therapist, she told her that she needed a pet or a plant something that she can connect with. She doesn't want to get a dog and have to put it in a kennel when she isn't home, which is most of the time. The therapist suggested that she go volenteer at a Cancer Ward and she told [...]


    8. 5 out of 5 STARS, no doubt about it…Sadie is an amazing person with a big heart, she just doesn’t know it yet! Sometimes it takes losing yourself to find out who you really are, which I believe is occurring during this journey for Popper/Sadie.This book is a quick read; once I started I couldn’t put it down. Popper is the epitome of the spoiled rock start who feels entitled to whatever she wants. In this book we get to see some of what is behind Popper, we get to meet Sadie. We see what ha [...]


    9. The characters who live in Los Rancheros have captured my attention and Sadie is no different. Finding Sadie is just a prequel which means I am already stalking Brandace Morrow for more! Sadie, aka Popper, is having a difficult time after many years as a rock star. She is somewhat detached from humanity, existing alone. Her therapist suggests volunteering at the local hospital's pediatric oncology unit. It is here that Sadie begins to find herself again. It is also where she meets Batty, the sup [...]


    10. This Novella was released in the Mistletoe & Kisses Anthology.Sadie (Popper) is the only girl in a male grunge metal band. She has an attitude and a troubled past. As part of her treatment, her therapist suggests she begin visiting with sick children at the hospital. Here she meets Batty. He’s another volunteer dressed up as Batman. Sadie becomes his Robin and they quickly become hot fast. She’s loving this secret life she’s living. What happens when the band wants to return to the tou [...]


    11. I love Brandace Morrow's writing and the characters who live in Los Rancheros. Actually, I stalk her while waiting for new books. Sadie, aka Popper, is a tortured soul rock star. She is a total loner and basically hides from humanity. She has a therapist that suggests that she go and volunteer at a hospital pediatric oncology unit. There she is able to be Sadie. She meets another volunteer named Batty and he is hot! Finding Sadie is a HOT, emotionally charged, short read that deals with pediatri [...]


    12. She's done it again! Unforgettable, unique characters, a super hot alpha, and a story to pull your heartstrings. Popper (her death metal stage persona) is angry, and rightfully so, but her anger translates into self-destruction at times. Her therapist recommends that she find a way to reconnect to the world, to bring back Sadie (the person she really is). And in finding herself, she finds him. Super. Duper. Hot. All I see is Stephen Amell from Arrow when this guy is described. Rawr. Loved this! [...]


    13. I loved this short prequel, the characters were great filled with just enough romance and sadness. A great Christmas read.


    14. **DEBBIE'S REVIEW**This is the third book and is a novella. I have read all the books so far in this series and I loved this one just as much as the other two!!!!! I love the author’s writing style. Her books suck you in and you don’t want to put them down until it is over. Like all the other books in this series it can be read as a stand-alone.The chemistry and banter between Sadie and “Batty” is not only hysterical but also hot hot hot!!!! I loved how Sadie came off as a bad ass but wa [...]


    15. Finding Sadie is a book of self-discovery. Sadie a troubled young lady that is slowly loosing herself to her stage-persona, Popper, and a huge mess. Because of Popper, she's often disgusted with herself and loosing pride in herself and her work. "I'm not supposed to elegant. I'm dirty, and nasty, and rough," Sadie tells her therapist. She feels her life has no meaning, is unhappy, and has no friends. To make her see reason, her Dr. Pentir gives her a card and advices Sadie to, "Go to this addres [...]


    16. Finding Sadie is a book of self-discovery. Sadie a troubled young lady that is slowly loosing herself to her stage-persona, Popper, and a huge mess. Because of Popper, she's often disgusted with herself and loosing pride in herself and her work. "I'm not supposed to elegant. I'm dirty, and nasty, and rough," Sadie tells her therapist. She feels her life has no meaning, is unhappy, and has no friends. To make her see reason, her Dr. Pentir gives her a card and advices Sadie to, "Go to this addres [...]


    17. 5 STAR ReviewSo Brandace have I told you lately that I LOVE YOU?!!?!? HAHA.’s true!! I thought Fate’s Mistake was my favorite book of yours, but nope. You go and write something that hits me right in the feels. I will admit I chocked up more than once, but I loved every heart warming moment. Finding Sadie is sweet and touching, while also being fun and sexy!! YES Batty is a total sex pot! Watch out oh husband of mine, I’ll have him dressing as Batman!! haha and what’s Batman without a Ro [...]


    18. An ARC provided in exchange for an honest review.Sadie/Popper is a rock star in a band with all males. She is very much an introvert and hides away from the world. She's very critical of herself and is slowly drowning. She sees a therapist who suggests she takes a visit to a children's hospital. It's there she meets Batty, another volunteer. Why is he called Batty?! Well because he dresses as Batman, of course! Oh and Batty is HAWT!!! Sadie is such a loner but Batty might be just what she needs! [...]


    19. Brandace is new to me, but I am loving her style. This story takes places over three books. But that just gives you more to read. You will love them. I love the descriptions and personalities of the characters and places. I want more from Los Rancheros. I would love to live at the farmer’s market. In this prequel we get to see how popper works to find her real self. And wow is it fabulous. I was gifted this book in exchange for an honest review.


    20. Received an ARC from Book Enthusiast Promotions in exchange for an honest review.Full, original post for FINDING SADIE and FORGETTING POPPER can be found at:mnonmklreviews/20


    21. This is a novella following how Popper became Popper. How she became the lead singer of a popular grunge metal band. How her life is spiralling out of control without her fully realising what is happening. Another great novella from this talented author. Love this whole Los Rancheros series.




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