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- Print Length: 225 pages
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- Publication Date: March 21, 2017
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B06XS7GK96
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Our favourite couple are engaged and blissfully happy. We find out what Teddy was up to in the music room during their heartbreaking relationship drift in Diving Deep.
A group songwriting trip in the tropics where the boys explore a more mature style of music (much to the dismay of their music executives), yet another attempt at relationship meddling by a former flame and an ending that will have you demanding the next instalment.
As always reading the dynamics between the band and the band members and Tink is always really interesting. Hanes keeps the book on the edge of but not quite at reverse harem level. Personally I would love to see that switch but that’s just me! We see Tink get involved with the band musically in this book which is wonderful although I would have loved to see a bit more as I’m certain she had more to give.
Gethin remains my favourite character, he just stands out to me as an all round good guy but he’s also got this grit and gumption that I really like. I really want to see Gethin happy as he doesn’t come across as a happy character and I find that really hard to read.
Teddy is really proving himself as a changed man, he does everything he can to be the man deserving of Tink’s love. He is very insecure and despite his famous status and his relationship he needs a lot of reassurance.
This is the first of the books which has a real cliffhanger in and it left me reeling. It’s a real doozy of a cliffhanger and I was left trying to piece together what on earth happened and how did it happen. Tani Hanes well and truly nailed it.
A huge thanks to Tani Hanes for sending me the eBook copy which I won in a Giveaway and have read and reviewed honestly.
Wow. That’s all I can say. And maybe “ohmygoodenesswhattheheckTaniwhathaveyoudone?” But that’s at the end. Let’s start at the beginning.
The story starts off in New York but a good chunk takes place in the Bahamas and then Teddy’s home in London. I absolutely loved the part in the Bahamas. It was just a pure joy to read and sounded like it would be one heck of a trip. What I loved most about it was the focus on music. These guys are a boy band, but I think this was the first book in the series where there was an inside look at the process. It was really interesting and tied everything together nicely!
I think this was my favourite book so far. I feel like it’s when I really began to fall in love with Teddy (if you’ve read my other reviews you’d know that I fall in love with a different boy each time. I still really love Gethin!) and it was great to see Tinker Bell’s transformation into being more confident.
In addition to the music, another thing this book got ridiculously spot on was the backlash from the fans. I feel like most people who write books with famous characters include the complications that come from the media, but Tani takes it one step further to include aspects that are very, very real. Fan conspiracy theories, fans who refuse to believe that things are real and disagreements with management. It made the books seem much more realistic and current.
The plot doesn’t have too many complications between Tinker Bell and Teddy or the rest of the boys. They’re still ridiculously in love with lots of intimate scenes. It’s all a perfect wish-fulfillment scenario.
Now…the end. Something bad happens at the end, and while we don’t know exactly what it is, there’s enough information to piece something together. I’m actually nervous to read the next book, because I don’t know how things will play out. Is this the end of Tinker Bell and UK Crush as we know it? There’s three more books left that can answer that question, and I can’t wait to read them.
We’ve officially went from a nice, enjoyable light read to a heavily emotionally-invested series! Bravo!