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- Print Length: 399 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Rock Star Reads (April 16, 2016)
- Publication Date: April 16, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01C39SWTG
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #545,526 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Gage is a drug addict who happens to be a famous musician. Scarlette is his former stepsister and she needs some help and a place to stay (because she is completely broke thanks to her mother) while trying to find her best friend who went missing while hanging out with a band. We learn a lot of facets of each main character. The main characters are messed up, but trying to be ok (sometimes a lot more successfully than others). Great read!
I sympathized with the main character, and liked how she was trying to help her friend. I though her relationships were interesting, especially the mother and the attraction she felt for the male lead, even though he had his problems. It was also a great amount of spicy material, but it added to the story and didn't feel like it ground to a halt when the smexy stuff happened.
I liked it and look forward to reading the next book and more from this author.
Scarlette and Gage are former stepsiblings, but it’s apparent from the onset they were always more. As adolescents they were best friends, and that’s the real hook for me. Their relationship, as told in snippets from the past, was very innocent. The author handled this subject without making it seem inappropriate, which has been all the rage lately in the “step-brother/step-sister” romance.
“Scarla,” as she likes to be called now, has grown apart from Gage in the years since their parents divorce. Her mother has always had a penchant for rock stars, and that plays significantly into the plot.
When Scarla’s friend disappears after a concert, she shows up at Gage’s house in hopes he can help track her down. Gage is not the boy she remembers, but a rockstar in his own right. Worse yet, Gage has fallen victim to the whole lifestyle that Scarla abhors.
Due to her mother’s past indiscretions, and a plot twist that is revealed piece by piece throughout the story, Scarla has zero interest in a relationship with a musician. As much as she tries to fight the attraction, Scarla sees something beyond the flawed man she finds when she first arrives. But will it be enough for her to let down her guard?
If you like music and romance, give this book a read. You won’t be sorry.
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This is my first book by Lyrica Creed and I loved it. There's so much more going on in this book then the obvious.Read more