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Aurora is just a typical girl being raised by her aunt after her parents died in a car wreck on her 10th birthday. She's a girl afraid of leaving the place where she feels closest to her parents. Going as far as not even applying to college. Everyone is preparing to leave to start their lives. While she's happy for them she doesn't really want her life to change.
Suddenly the girl that's never been kissed has 3 guys after her. Her best friend, her longtime crush, and a guy she has just started a friendship with. From the prologue it becomes pretty clear who she ends up with.
She's the song writer/guitarist in a band and according to the lead singer has an incredible voice but she refuses to sing for anyone (except Alex so he knows how a new song sounds).
When she finally finds the courage to sing in public and a video is uploaded to YouTube her whole life changes.
I was given a chance to read this book in return for an honest review (there are a couple spoilers in here, but not many) and I have to say I loved it. I really enjoy growing with Aurora being there with her during her current moments of low, good and amazing.
You are constantly on a ride with Aurora whether its with her current friends (Drew, Alex, Chris and Emma, old friends (Milo) and new friends (Deagan), family (Aunt) or new acquaintances(Luke). All of these people play a very important part of her life especially since she has grown up without her parents for the past eight years when they were taken away from her in an accident.
This story deals with a lot of emotions and how Aurora deals with them, especially how she expresses them. You are on this constant roller coaster with her while she is trying to figure out is what she thought she wanted, still what she wants? What does she want? Is she able to make this kind of change? Etc...She is constantly questioning herself like a normal eighteen year old girl would do.
I found this story very relate-able (maybe that's because of the artist in me, and I understand those kinds of moments). But I would assume any woman or girl over the age of eighteen could very easily relate.
I was very happy to see all the transitions with it being a fast paced book. Everything flowed really nicely together and never left you wondering wait whats happening now. I have to admit, every time I wasn't reading an Aurora and Deagan moment I couldn't wait to get to the next point to see what happens. I loved their first moment together, there first real conversation, their first kiss together, them leaving prom together, etc. Those were the moments I looked forward to moments, besides Aurora taking a chance on stage for the first time (very special moment, plus Deagan was there)!!!!!
I look forward to reading more stores by this author in the future!
Aurora is the main character. She is in a band called Days End with three of her male friends.
Milo was a friend Aurora had in elementary school. She had a crush on him. He was the beautiful popular kid who appreciated his studies. Although she had feelings for him, I did not feel their connection.
Daegan was my favorite male character in the book. He was a mysterious yet sexy artist. There was an obvious chemistry between them.
Alex was her attractive best friend who wanted to be more.
So, which one will she choose? You have to read it to find out.
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"The Right Song" by Shane Morgan was an absolute joy to read.Read more
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