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I was given an advanced copy of this book to write an honest review for Netgalley and Cocktails and Books.
FADE INTO YOU is a beautiful love story filled with passion and emotion. This is the third book in the Shaken Dirty series and each one is a standalone featuring a different member of the Shaken Dirty rock band. I have enjoyed each story in this series and love all the guys in Shaken Dirty.
This story is about Wyatt, who plays drums for Shaken Dirty and has just finished his third stint in rehab. Wyatt has demons and uses drugs and alcohol to deal with all the emotions swirling inside of him. He is determined to stay clean this time but he doesn’t know how to cope on his own. He is a mess and afraid to ask for help or admit his fears to anyone.
The band thinks Poppy Germaine has been sent by the record company to help them with their social media. She doesn’t tell the band the owner of the record company is her father or that she is there to watch over Wyatt. When she agreed to take the job, Poppy had no idea she would fall for Wyatt. From the moment Wyatt and Poppy meet, they can’t keep their hands off of each other. Poppy is drawn to Wyatt; he is a dark, emotional man who can also be tender and sensitive. Logically, Poppy knows she should keep her distance, but logic flies out the window when she is with Wyatt. I liked both Wyatt and Poppy and thought they were good for each other and they have fantastic chemistry.
Wyatt is a mess and he is trying to stay away from the only thing that gives him peace, drugs. He cares about his band mates and he knows he can’t keep causing problems for the band. Wyatt is constantly fighting to overcome his addictions and it is not easy for him.Read more ›
Wyatt and Poppy are amazing through their interactions. He’s broody and stubborn, while Poppy is optimistic and stubborn. Let the two clash, but oh so perfectly. They go head to head, and then make up…. If you know you what I mean. 😛 And the opening chapter is pretty great, and slightly embarrassing and awkward. But they move on from that so well.
We all knew Wyatt’s story would be rocky and tragic, and it is, but it’s also peppered with little bits of hope. He’s a recovering addict, and it’s hard road to travel. The want never goes away and it’s a constant battle to stay on the straight and narrow. Wolff did an amazing job of showing the struggle and coming to terms with how things will always be. It gets easier, but never really disappears completely.
I’ve also decided that Poppy’s dad is a complete jerk. I can’t stand him and wanted to throat punch him many times. Her brother has her back most of the time, but it’s hard when their father pushes him into a corner. I adore Poppy. Her love of music is apparent, and she doesn’t back down from a challenge. She’s such a strong character, and takes chances even when they can put her in sticky situations.
Overall, I loved this story so hard. The dedication of the guys in the band to their friend is amazing. Even when Wyatt thinks he doesn’t deserve it, his friends never let him down. I can’t wait for the next Shaken Dirty novel.
You would think that Poppy Germaine would have it made seeing that her father was the head of a record label and her twin brother, Caleb, was next in command. It didn’t matter that it was Poppy who knew about the music business face to face. No one was a bigger fan of the music than Poppy. She was the one who scouted out the talent and knew what and who worked and what didn’t….Even if she was “just a woman”. Her father believed that a woman had no place in this business because they would all just lose their heads and their panties if faced with anyone remotely associated with a rock band. His archaic thinking is what drove Poppy to feed all of her ideas through her brother Caleb just so her father would listen. She knew that he would listen to Caleb even if she was the one who really had a finger on the industry and it wasn’t too often that she was wrong with her ideas of what worked and what didn’t.
It was Caleb who stuck his neck out and lined up Poppy to be the one to “babysit” Shaken Dirty’s drummer, Wyatt.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I've followed the Shaken Dirty series, and looked forward to this novel. I was disappointed in the pacing of the story. The book just seemed rushed to me. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Janet
It’s been said that once you hit rock bottom the only way left is up. They would be wrong. There’s a lot more down a person can get, just ask Wyatt Jennings. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Marsha @ Keeper Bookshelf
Loved the third book , are there going to be more ? Two more band members remain, please say yes...... Love the flawed Wyatt and Poppy was made just for him. Read morePublished 2 months ago by C. McSWAIN
I love this series. The author has created fun and exciting series. It has music mix in. I can't wait for the next book in this series.Published 3 months ago by Kindle Customer
Good follow-up to the other Shaken Dirty books. Hoping to read more.Published 3 months ago by YankeeMom2
Tracy Wolff is an incredible author and this might be one of her best books ever written. Tracy Wolff also writes under Tessa Adams, Tracy Deebs, and Ivy Adams.Published 3 months ago by TiffaniS
I was hooked from the beginning and read this book in 1 afternoon. I liked Wyatt's character from the first book. The emotions pulled me in and i loved Wyatt even more. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Sunshine
Wyatt has redeemed himself! In the preceding books, Wyatt is likable but very troubled. In Fade Into You, he fights his battles of addiction, his traumatic past and poor choices. Read morePublished 4 months ago by LeeAnne