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This book was not filled with gratuitous sex scenes or men acting like they are the greatest gift to women. I absolutely adored the relationship dynamics between Gaby and her 3 baboons. I loved her sweet moments with Eli. I appreciated that because the book was in Gaby's POV, she called him NY his nickname in her mind as well. The reality of sharing space with a bunch of guys/musicians, the slow burn of Gaby & Sassy, and oh yes, let's not forget Ronalda !
Mariana's books have never failed me. I love her writing style, her humor, and this book had it in spades. There really isn't any major drama or conflict, no angst, no darkness, just a fantastic and hilarious love story. I REALLY hope we get to see more of the baboons, this would make such a great series.
I'm literally laughing my ass off while reading and almost decapitated my husband for interrupting me with a stupid question like "When are we going grocery shopping?" Who the eff needs food? Our spawn can feed themselves! This story is just as humorous and entertaining as her others... Do yourselves a favor and one click this bish!
“Not liking you is like fighting gravity.”
After her boyfriend dumps her, Gabby is asked to go on tour with her twin brother selling merchandise for his band. Which would be fine, if she wasn't insanely attracted to the lead singer of the other traveling band, Sacha. Three months and a bunch of countries, everyone will be tight together making for some interesting happenings.
“Because if I remember correctly, your text message said, ‘I just kicked the hottest guy I’ve probably ever seen in the a**.’ And I asked you what he looked like and you texted me back, ‘Like a double bacon cheeseburger I’d take a bite out of.”
Mariana Zapata is an author who has never let me down. I've read six of her books and thoroughly enjoyed them all. She takes the time to develop her characters and her relationships, so everything feels more real. I love that she writes slow burn instead of instalove, I love seeing the journey her characters take when falling for each other.
Rhythm, Chord & Malykhin is an excellent book and falls in the middle of the spectrum, not my favorite Zapata and not my least favorite. It's a solid rock star romance, but I also wondered why none of the band players were running around getting laid with everything that moved. Not that I want that, but I wonder if this was a more accurate depiction of the lifestyle where it takes place.
You need to start reading Zapata if you haven't already. And if you have read some of her books, bump this one up the to be read list.
“He was the end to my beginning.”
Rhythm, Chord, & Malykhin was easy, effortless, and yes, it just felt right!
Gaby and Sacha's relationship was a true friends-to-lovers romance and the way Mariana Zapata depicts their friendship is light-hearted and guess what? Yep, easy. Easy to fall in love with every moment that made me smile and giggle, every second I swooned, every time I got that little punch of angst. Every feeling Mariana forced out of me became, thats right, easy. Like breathing. Like Sunday mornings.
I usually prefer dual POV's, but I never once found myself wondering what Sacha was thinking because his personality shone through just as brightly as Gaby's. She's the best friend everyone wants and needs in their life and Sacha is well, he's Sacha. He's genuine with a beautiful soul. And together, watching these two fall in love without even realizing it, especially Gabby, made me so giddy inside I thought I might burst. It was like falling in love with your first love all over again.
Rhythm, Chord, & Malykhin is a slow-burning love story with tons of witty conversation, laughs, and instances that make you fall harder with every word read.
Seriously, if the hero's name doesn't do you in I swear the ending will. Read. This. Book!