Genres: Fiction, General, Love & Romance, New Adult, Romance
A story of sex, love and rock 'n' roll
Aspiring singer Lillie and American rock star Jed seem like the perfect fit from the moment they meet. The pair are inseparable, but Jed’s jet-set schedule of shows and after-parties limits the amount they can see each other. So when Jed invites Lillie to sing with his band on their tour, she says yes. Yes with some hesitation, that is. After finding out that her ex-boyfriend was hiding away a wife and child when they were dating, Lillie’s trust in men is fragile and she also suffers from severe stage fright. As the tour progresses, Jed and Lillie are fast becoming rock’s hottest couple but with obsessive fan girls, a claustrophobic tour bus and a resentful guitarist, things start taking a turn for the worse. Lillie’s dream of singing may have finally become a reality, but can it last? The odds are stacking up against them and then the unthinkable happens…
I received this book for free from in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
This shan’t be a very long review, my bookie amigos.
But…. but WHHYYYYY oh great and overlord Keionda?
Well, my fellow book wormies….this book didn’t hit me in the FEELS. You know, you have some books that are just like OMG and you legit find yourself walking around with a goofy grin on your face because you thought about said awesome book? But then on the darker, more depressing side you have some books that just make you go all: “Meh. I pass. I pass.”
Pfft. Yeah. That was how this book was for me.
I had to have put this book sown like legit 5 times before I finally just sucked it up and finished it. It took me a while to get sucked into the story.
You just KNEW I had to throw in this cute little Malfoy gif. Couldn’t help myself. 😉
♥Lillie- My feelings for her are MEH. And it doesn’t go much beyond that. I think it was mostly because I was told and not shown what she felt. I have very high standards when it comes to connecting to characters liking them and then ultimately feeling like they are a part of my world.
♥Jed- Not really a lot to say about him, other than the fact that HE’S A REALLY GOOD SINGER, but he, like Lily, was very hard to relate to and CARE ABOUT. —>Although, I am def. not ashamed to say that I swooned the times he and Lily… you know… did it.
If insta-love, with some drama and angst sprinkled in here and there is YO thing, then by allllll means, I say go for it and give this book a try. But if not…yeahh. just don’t waste your time. —>gosh. That actually HURT to say.
OVER TO YOU:
How do you feel about not connecting with characters? Have you ever DNF a book? Are you like me and get sad when you are forced to give a book a less than flattering review? Or are you the terminator of book reviewing and show no mercy? I kind of wish I could be like that instead of being like all sensitive and what not…