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Stella is a beautiful, emotional, passionate girl who lives her life by the sound of music. She brings out so much truth to how music can be the center of everything that goes on in life. She’s insane and weird in the BEST kind of way, which only made me love her more.
Reid my GOD Reid, he stole a piece of my heart and I don’t think I’ll get it back. This man is so broken and sexy that I just wanted to cry. His soul bleeds music and I think it’s the only way he survived his sadness.
Nate is a strong, passionate man who’s dedicated to his job and loves fiercely. He fights for the love he feels and is determined to win.
I can honestly say that this will no doubt be one of my absolute favorite reads and at the top of my list for 2017. Kate your writing is beautiful and unique, I’m floored by your skills and can’t wait to watch this book soar!!!🙌🏻❤️
Those songs helped to enhance the emotions I felt while reading Drive. I found myself laughing and smiling one minute.....then having my heart broken and crying in the next. But, I wouldn't change one thing about this story. I loved Stella's journey - she is definitely one of my favorite heroines that I've read. She was young, feisty, unapologetic, determined, driven (pun intended)....and was not going to stop going after her dreams. Throughout the story, I found myself rooting for her with both men in her life. I knew which way I hoped for it to end....yet, I wouldn't have been upset had it gone the other way. Both Reid & Nate were completely different, you can't compare the two. She loved them both, but only one of them ever truly captured her heart.
What I think most resonated with me is that music truly is the soundtrack to life. One song can automatically take you back to a place in time, make you remember good times and even the bad ones (one of those songs for me was even mentioned in the book). But, music always heals the soul. It gives you an escape, gives you hope. And it led Stella back home.
I highly recommend this book to everyone - one of my favorites this year. Simply amazing.
* You like a story about a 20 year old who falls in love with two men
* You’re totally into music and you love some of the popular bands
* Graphic sex scenes are right up your alley
* A little drama and heart ache are good for the soul
To the great credit of the author, this story was crafted very well and even though I realized very quickly into the book that it’s not really my kind of story, the author knew how to get me to turn the page.
The character development was excellent. Each character stood out on their own. They were alive, vibrant, engaging and believable most of the time.
The crafting of a scene in each of the chapters, placed the reader right there. I felt like I was submerged within the pages and I stayed right there along with the story, turning the page looking for more.
I will say though that, the story was a bit young for me. There were parts of the story where the author lost me or I found myself rolling my eyes because it did not resonate with me.
The sex was a bit much and while I appreciated the author depicting a graphic account of the activity, it was happening to a 20 year old and being 50 plus, I found myself just rolling my eyes. I’m not sure my age had anything to do with it or everything to do with it, I’m not sure. I just found it a little nauseating.
I will also say that the ending of the story is as I would have had it and so, there was some satisfaction at the end. I could say much more about this but then I would give the story away. Let’s just say that once you’ve lost everything, you have everything to gain. It’s all or nothing and I appreciated the author for taking the reader there. No sense in settling for mediocre, when the sky’s the limit! Once the dreamer gets clear about what they want, then find the choices that support that and be brave enough to let everything else go. It’s a tough decision but honesty must win or the dreamer will be faced with it in the future, sometime.
It’s an easy read. The pages flow together effortlessly, there’s plenty of places for the reader to put the book mark in and close the book and not feel guilty for leaving a scene hanging.
I would definitely recommend this book, but I would be mindful of who I’m suggesting to do so. This is a great book for the young. For this seasoned, wise, gifted and mature gal, I’ll pass on any other books of this author. First impressions are the hook that reels me into more of the author’s craft. For this gal, I’m moving on.