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Mariana Zapata is a must-buy for me and I can't wait to read what she writes next! I would love to see sequels featuring Eliza and Mason (and of course updating us on Gaby & Sacha).
My only issue with this author is lack of research and/or editing. I always find a few errors in her books.
This was a great story. I loved both Gaby and Sacha and their story was fun and interesting while still having some drama and pulling of heart strings.
Gaby is a recent college graduate who's boyfriend recently dumped her over the phone. Since she was living with said boyfriend (at his insistence) this left her without a boyfriend and without a place to live. Gaby's twin, Eli, is in a band with two of her BFFs since the age of 5. They ask her to come on tour with them to sell merchandise for them since she doesn't have a job or place to stay outside her parent's house she agreed.
Sacha is the lead singer for a band and loves his music. His mother is an Opera singer and doesn't exactly approve of his type of music but Sacha doesn't care. Sacha's a good guy and doesn't sleep around on the road. He did have a girlfriend but she didn't like him being gone on tour all the time and gave him and ultimatum, his music or her, which ended things between them.
Gaby wasn't thrilled at the idea of going on tour with her brother again (something she's done for them in the past) but she needed the money and it seemed like a perfectly timed opportunity. She also felt it would be tough to drop everything to travel once she had a "serious" job so she might as well travel with her brother and friends while she still is free to. Gaby shows up to join the tour right before that night's show is getting ready to start so she gets settled in and starts working the merch table. Gaby isn't familiar with the band her brother's band is opening for and hadn't heard their music until their show started. Gaby pretty much fell in love with Sacha just based off his voice alone. Unfortunately, their actual meeting ends up being rather embarrassing for Gaby (when she mistakes him for someone else from behind and kicks him in the butt) and it doesn't help the situation that Sacha's gorgeous and Gaby has trouble forming thought around him at first.
Despite their unfortunate meeting, Gaby and Sacha end up becoming friends quickly. Gaby grew up desensitized to most guy stuff and so she's female but also perfectly alright hanging out with the guys and sometimes having humor just about as crude as theirs. Because of this, the friendship between Gaby and Sacha is easy to develop but hard to get past. They become close but when Sacha seems content to keep their relationship as just friends, Gaby is confused and even a little hurt. Gaby figures she's expecting too much and Sacha just wants to be friends so she tries moderating her growing feelings for him but isn't very successful in this. Their relationship is a bit undefined for a while so I was very happy when things finally came to a head and Gaby and Sacha talked things out. Once this happens, it doesn't take too much for them to be solidly together and the story ends with the beginning of their HEA.
I enjoyed this story greatly. I loved Gaby and thought she was a great heroine. There were times I wish she'd have had more confident in herself but I could see how she'd feel the things she felt, especially once you find out her background and such. I thought Sacha was a wonderful hero and my only complaint about him was that he tried to "take things slow" with Gaby and left her thinking her didn't like her that way. I really wish he'd have made his interest clear to her before the slow progression started. I mean I like the slow burn, but I don't like seeing feelings hurt either. Still, I loved the story and the characters in it. It wasn't just the relationship between Sacha and Gaby that I loved but the friendships as well. Gaby's interactions with Eli and her friends were perfect and I could totally see these people growing up together to get to point that their relationships are at in the story. Overall, the story wasn't perfect but I loved it and would definitely recommend it. :D
* note - I listened to the audio version and the narrator did a very good job.