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- Print Length: 300 pages
- Publisher: Entangled: Brazen (February 15, 2016)
- Publication Date: February 15, 2016
- Sold by: Macmillan
- Language: English
- ASIN: B017RBWIB8
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Now like all tortured souls, Wyatt is not an easy guy, he does everything to excess and the other guys in the band understand that, but Wyatt lives life almost on the edge of sanity and with a personality that thrives on addiction, he is now at a crossroads, having just finished his latest stint in rehab because the direction he takes now, well that is in the balance.
Confronting his demons is hard on him but he is doing what he can to stay clean, the record company are not exactly sure that he can make it and decide to send one of their own in “undercover” so to speak to keep an eye on him.
Caleb may be the main man at the record company, but it is Poppy his sister that has the eye for spotting talent and it was her that put Shaken Dirty on the company radar in the first place but with a soft spot form Wyatt, choosing her to babysit him, well that has disaster written all over it for everyone.
Poppy thinks her brother is mental asking her to join the guys for a few months to make sure that Wyatt stays clean, but when she meets up with him and the band it is far from the meeting that she would have wanted, primarily because she had a very intimate tryst with him the night before…although neither of them knew that they were destined to meet each other again so soon, so to speak.
So with embarrassing introductions over, Poppy takes her place as their “Social Media expert”, and she comes up with some really great ideas to help the guys interact with their fans, but then again she really did have their best interests at heart.
But it is Wyatt that owns her heart and knowing that she is lying to him about who she is, is eating away at her.
Wyatt begins to open up, he really starts to deal with the issues he has but it is not easy, His past weighs heavily on him and dealing with it in order to finally heal is not an easy task.
But the lie, the deception that their relationship is wobbling along on is bubbling to the surface, my fear was what the knowledge was going to do to Wyatt when it came to light, because we all knew it wasn’t going to be pretty. The fallout was going to devastate them both.
I loved the way the whole band look out and love each other, the way the guys are really best friends, that they are a one for all and all for one group of guys.
Wyatt was blown away when he found out what the others had done to keep him in the band while he was in Rehab, the money they had spent on him, their friend, I adored the way Wyatt was willing to throw it all away in a bid to help the guys out when their careers were threatened because of him and I hated Poppy’s father the man was completely reprehensible.
Poppy really was the woman for Wyatt but would it take losing her for him to realise it?
My heart broke for the two of them when the s**t hit the fan so to speak, when her father wielded his iron fist and Poppy lost everything, including the man that she loved.
But with nothing left, her brother stepped up and the two of them had the opportunity to do what they do best and to leave the shadow of their father behind.
But that just leaves one thorn in her side, one itch that she hasn’t been able to scratch, in fact one mountain that she has left to climb, she has to find a way to show Wyatt that she cannot live without him.
This I think was my favourite part of the book, because finally they could be honest with each other, no hidden agendas, no lies, no interference, just them and what they felt and how that was likely to pan out for the both…would they make it?
Well what do you think!!!
Fade Into You by Tracy Wolff is the third book in the Shaken Dirty Series. I really wanted to love this book and am a huge fan of rocker romances but this book just missed the mark for me. It has so much potential to be great but ended up just being ok.
Fade Into You is about Wyatt, the bad boy drummer of Shaken Dirty that is struggling with his sobriety after being released from rehab....again, and Poppy, the daughter of owner of Shaken Dirty's record label who is sent to Austin to be Wyatt's babysitter. Poppy does not disclose the true reason she is in Austin and poses as a social media marketing guru that was sent by the label. Sparks fly instantly between Poppy and Wyatt when they meet.
The characters in this book were great and the story was a decent one. My issue with the book was that everything happened so fast that the story felt under developed and incomplete. The ending left me screaming because it was so abrupt. The depth I like in a novel, just was not there. The character development and story line was shallow and because of that I had a hard time connecting.
Review from Jeannie Zelos book reviews
Genre: Romance, Women’s Fiction.
I loved Tracey’s Ethan Frost and Extreme Risk novels. I know nothing, Zilch, Nada about winter sports and snowboarding, and yet she had me hooked on reading about it in the Extreme stories, and then I saw this – Tracy Wolff and Rock Band novels, two of my must try hooks. Somehow I missed the first two Shaken Dirty stories, so I want to catch up with them sometimes, when there’s time, when the TBR gets shorter ;-)
So, when this starts I found that Wyatt and Poppy get down and dirty very quickly and for the first quarter it seemed every few pages was another hot and heavy scene between them. Now I love sex in a story, when its well done and Tracey can do that but...I need the story to come first and for a while I thought this was going to be sex first story second :-( thankfully I was wrong and about a third of the way through the pace picked up, the story really got going and drew me in to what difficult choices the characters had, the problems they’d faced in the past, and how that affected the now. Just the kind of read I love and which Tracey does so well, lots of drama that feels very real, and has me wondering “what now” and thinking how can they move on, get past that issue, what’s going to happen next.
I really liked Poppy, put in a difficult position, always been struggling against her misogynistic father, and having to deal with all the hands on company problems herself and let him think her brother had done it. It was the only way she’d get to do the things she loved, things she was good at and found satisfying. She a real music fan and perfect for the job but her dad believes women should stick to typing – that sort of guy. Sadly there’s still a lot like him in top jobs, and this is a family company and he calls the shots. This time though its a real thin ice issue, her brother is supposed to be handling it but he and Poppy know he can’t, that its one she needs to deal with. They know though that their father will hate what they’ve done if he finds out. Wyatt and the band too can’t know who she really is, that her dad is the label’s CEO, and as things heat up between her and Wyatt she feels more and more guilty about her identity being a secret. Secrets always come out though and at the worst time, and Tracey makes it all happen with a huge bang here, its drama and action with everything feeling like its falling apart. Tracey’s characters always feel so real, the problems very genuine, I feel they could really have happened, and it means I so felt for them both, and yet could see exactly why they felt as they did.
A great read, bands and band stuff, music and all that fun it brings to a story, and a beautiful romance, packed with potential problems. Perfect!!
Stars: Five, a riveting, gripping read, and one to keep.
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