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Sage appeals to the show to let her compete alone and they agree — Derek is also performing solo — sans guitar. Sage wins the contest...
This book picks up where LESS THAN NOTHING left off — Sage, her father and Melody arrive home in San Francisco.
The head of Sage's record label is Saul Princeton. He excitedly tells her that Sebastian Stalt (a big name in the music industry) has agreed to produce her first albumn. Sebastian has produced a lot of big stars and the chance to work with him is "one-in-a-million" to any musician! His studio — the only studio he works in — is in Los Angeles. Sage will be there for six weeks and she will be working hard. She chooses a manager, Terry. She is close with Ruby (Saul's assistant) Sebastian's sister, June and she become close friends quickly. She has a nice place to stay and a driver...
Derek has gotten a record contract too — at a studio in New Jersey. He will still be homeless while he records and will be busking to make enough money to live on. The difference between winning the contest and being a runner-up...
Sage and Derek try to find time to spend together, but it seems as though random events conspire to keep them apart...
Best friend, Melody and former co-competitor Jeremy are in the book with bigger roles — their outrageous behaviour, over-the-top styles — and close friendship — add believable and personal touches to the entire series...
You will not expect the shocking ending to this book — and you will race to start the final book of the trilogy: BEST OF EVERYTHING!
This series is so well done. You enjoy the time you spend with these people and you want to get to know them more. The books are listed as "YA romance novels" so I am not its target demographic group, but I am enjoying this series nonetheless. They are coming-of-age books and very sweet. They are also good, CLEAN fun!
Usually I'll fly through a series, especially this kind that keeps the story going. But somewhere between the beginning and end of this book I decided I'm not buying the last book.
I wanted more Derek and Sage. Melody got on my nerves, I didn't like her character so reading more about her and Sage than Derek and Sage irked me. In fact, I read more about everyone else and Sage through the majority of the book than about Derek and her.
The book consisted of 80% Sage and her million friends and issues.
20% Sage and Derek. Here I thought it was a story about them.
After sleeping on it, I've come to the conclusion that the book is too crowded with Characters and side plots. Sages career, Sages Mom and Ralph issues, Sages drama, Sages negative inner babble, Sage trying to see Derek.
Sometimes less drama is better. It over shadowed the love story. Then on the last page BAM! a new drama to carry on to the final book.
Word of advice, read the synopsis and reviews for next book, then decide if you really need to spend 3.99$ to get the end of a story that should've been wrapped up in this book. For me, I get the idea of the end without having to deal with all the other characters and drama.