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21 year old Natalie is pretty much living her dream life. She's working as a photographer for bands. She's going on tour with them to capture the exciting daily tour-life. She's been doing that for three years now - but her stupid ex is getting in the way of her living happily ever after with her dream job. He was in the first band Nat ever worked for - and it didn't end on a good note. Not at all. He's a horrible guy!
But now Nat's back at work for a metal band called MAKESHIFT CHEMISTRY.
And she will never ever start anything with a guy in the band she's working for. But she didn't know Brent when she made that promise to herself! ☺
WHAT WILL HAPPEN ON THAT TOUR??? READ THE BOOK TO FIND OUT! ☺☺☺
Give me a rockstar book and I'm happy. This is and will always be my favorite kind of romance!
And this story was adorably rockstarish! I loved the whole rockstar part of it. We're on tour - on the bus - on stage, signings, et cetera. Even though the music is a bit too metal-ish for my tastes! ☺
Also it's all a bit young for this old book blogger. I kind of had the feeling those kids were only 16 the way they talk and act. Even the writing style felt a bit like the diary of a 15-year-old fangirl. BUT - I still loved it. The author calls it a COMING OF AGE romance and like I said - as long as it's a rockstar romance - I can't not love it!
We have some drama courtesy of stolen songs and exes and fear.... But we also have some adorably cute and funny moments with adorable and cute bandmembers. We have some moving moments, some romantic moments - even though the sexiness is NOT enough for a rockstar romance! Just my humble opinion. But it's Cassandra's book, and if she likes to fade to black once the undressing starts, it's totally her right to do so. ☺
I liked the story. It was rockstarish. It was adorable and funny with some angsty drama. Some tears. Some growing up being done. Some futures being mapped out. Great Coming of Age Romance!
►► BEHIND THE LENS was an adorable coming of age rockstar romance! Run to your nearest amazon for your own ride in that tourbus!!!!
If I had to name some things I didn't like... As I mentioned before, the age thing. I'm a bit old for such books. And I don't know if it's because of their age, but I was a bit disappointed that we didn't have any SEX in here. We fade to black before the only sex happens. I don't like books - rockstar books - without any sexy scenes. It was still adorably romantic but I missed it.
The writing was a bit weird here and there. Some expressions bothered me a bit after reading them 20 times. Like HE LICKED THE INSIDE OF HIS CHEEK - weird things like that. Way too often.
Also, Nat is a photographer. Sky in the first book was one too. I would've loved to have that changed a bit. I would've wanted Nat to be a writer, because a huge part of this story is about her lyrics and the songs she writes. Why couldn't she have been a writer for Rolling Stone? Writing an inside piece about life on tour? Just my opinion, but I think it would've fit better.
BUT - other than that I really enjoyed the book. I finished it in one day! 4.25 Stars - most of those stars are for the rockstarness of the book ☺
Told from Natalie's POV we learn about her past relationship and the lasting scars it has left on her and her trust issues. She may be falling for Brent slowly but surely but she is determined to keep it completely professional and to never go through what she went through with her last band boyfriend, Jace Smith.
Brent is steadily falling for the bands photographer. The shots she takes are amazing - they capture everything and more about their time on stage, the audiences involvement and emotion while they're playing, and the backstage moments that capture just how much of a cohesive unit they are. When he learns the extent of the issues Natalie had with Jace, the band takes matters into their own hands and take back Natalie's power.
Jace was a bad guy in this book but had such a redeeming moment that I'm hoping he might get a book that can turn that one moment into more. Well-paced with a few brief glimpses of characters from the first book in the series, Out of Beat, I felt that this book flowed much better than the first and held my attention throughout (and I already really liked the first book). I'm excited to read more in this series. Enjoy!
Natalie loves her life of photography and metal bands. She may get slack from many people for it, but when it's your passion, who can stop you? She has one simple rule, due to chaos of the past..."Never date anyone you work for."
Touring with Makeshift Chemistry, Natalie finds herself in an all too familiar situation with a certain Brent Andrews. He's not your typical douchebag metal head, and I instantly fell in love with him. He wants nothing more then to get Natalie to break her rules, win her heart over, and let him in completely.
The past has a way of creeping it's way in, but with the help of Brent and the band, can Natalie rid her demons once and for all? It's super cool to see them pull together as a family, and show Natalie they have her back, and they protect what's theirs.
Cassandra did a fantastic job of intertwining her love of music and photography into an amazing story of love, loss and friendships, and Im absolutely a fan of everything she writes!
I’m not falling. I feel like I’ve landed.
When he sings, parts of me shift back into place, and somehow, I feel like the holes in the fabric of who I am come together.
Because ever since I met you, every day I’ve felt like I’m a better person – like I’m actually living my dream, when before I was just walking in someone else’s.
Behind the Lens was a high angst, music based, melodrama/NA romance. I longed for a more balanced emotional tone but I found enjoyment in Ms. Giovanni’s observant and descriptive details of the various characters’ nervous mannerisms and behaviors. As excessive tension is just not my cup of tea, I was extremely impatient with Nat to find her voice, although I was entertained by Ms. Giovanni’s bantering band mates, as the levity was a welcome respite from the characters’ stresses. I was languishing and near despair but held out for that highly desired HEA. And I earned it.