- File Size: 1832 KB
- Print Length: 347 pages
- Publisher: Savannah Stewart (February 22, 2014)
- Publication Date: February 22, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00ILW2WYG
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,342,721 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Six months after the breakup, a handsome stranger sets Arianna on fire and calls her Sassy Girl. Arianna is shocked when she finds out he's Bryden, a famous rock star.
Arianna and Jayde are from Louisville, Kentucky. I loved this description, which is spot on:
"…we love the city’s character, every section of Louisville has its own flavor. But our favorite part of town is a neighborhood called The Highlands. I love the nightlife in the Highlands, because everyone stays true to whom they are, it’s like a big mixing pot, everyone has their own style but they interact no matter your own."
Savannah Stewart's Arianna (Behind the Words) is a fun and exciting romance. I loved the peek behind the scenes in the music industry.
This ain't your typical rockstar book, which is why I love it so much. It follows Arianna(Aria) a kicka** rocker chi h She meets Bryden another kicka** rock star. Together with her best friend Jayde and his band they embark on a tour.
While experiencing her dreams of being in the music business she also face the emotional turmoil of losing her twin sister to a horrid disease. Her journey through her grief and Bryden healing her is so emotionally epic and heartfelt.
Aria and Bryden are the perfect rockstar couple. You'll fall in love with both as soon as start reading.
Bryden Rowe is the lead singer of the band From Yesterday. The Daughters of Darkness are the new opening act for From Yesterday. Bryden doesn't do relationships but he wants to try for Aria. He want to give it his all with her because he knows it will be different, that she is different.
Arianna has demons that she needs to work on before it completely jeopardizes everything her and Jayde have worked for. Can these two souls come together and mend each other?
This book was well written and you will not only love Bryden and Arianna's story but you come to love the secondary characters as well.
Along with Arianna and Bryden, Savannah Stewart will have you falling in love with all of the characters with the exception of maybe one or two. There are moments in this book that are raw, emotional, extremely steamy, funny, and sometimes frustrating; but, they come together to make a great story. I look forward to reading Jayde's story and any other book Savannah writes .
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Arianna is in a band with her foster sister, trying to make it. One night in a bar they are offered a dream job accompanying a bigger band on tour as a support act. The lead singer and Arianna have an instant attraction but she doesn't want to be just another one night stand. Bryden is determined to break down her defences and prove that he is not as shallow as she thinks. Will they give in to their feelings?
I loved Bryden and Arianna, the drama and heartache in this book is so gut wrenching at points I had to reach for the tissues.
A great read and a brilliant opener for the series.
Der Begriff "Mary Sue" drängte sich sofort bei mir auf...
Abgehackte und unbeholfene Sätze und wilde Kombinationen von Ausrufe- und Fragezeichen (!!! oder !?) waren keine Seltenheit, -ich empfinde das erstens als störend und zweitens als unprofessionell- sie wechselten sich genauso schnell ab wie die Laune der Charaktere.
Ich konnte mir gar keinen Reim auf die Hauptpersonen machen, sie hinterließen einfach keinen bleibenden Eindruck, außer dass sie die ganze Zeit scharf aufeinander waren - sorry, ein heißes Cover kann mir keine ausführliche Beschreibung ersetzen!
Ich kann die positiven Rezensionen überhaupt nicht verstehen, mir fehlte neben einem roten Faden auch ausmodellierte Charaktere und eine gewisse "Ruhe" beim lesen.
Statt dessen gab's einen zusammengerührten Brei (englischer Begriff "scrambled" passt sehr gut) als Plot, der fast unpersönlich durcherzählt wurde.
Die Geschichte hatte durchaus Potential, ich komme mit dem Erzählweise der Autorin leider nicht klar und hätte dem Buch am liebsten Null Sterne gegeben.