- File Size: 448 KB
- Print Length: 324 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1976241995
- Publication Date: October 3, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B075PV51NX
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #66,884 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Viper (NSB Book 3) Kindle Edition
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Ms. Santos has a true talent for writing broken characters, and portraying mental illness in a realistic light. This is certainly not her first foray into mental illness in a character, but Hannah's fight resonated with me, probably even more than Luke's. I don't want to turn a book review into a social issues platform, but these kinds of conversations are vital to removing the stigma, and she has, once again, done a beautiful job.
And, yes, Wes has more redeeming qualities than I would have seen coming, even if he is a hot mess. Additional kudos for writing the despicable Miranda wonderfully as well. I realize the author has non-rockstar books I need to make time for, but I absolutely adore her take on musicians, and I will be first in line for her next encore.
Alyson Santos has a way of bringing you right into the scene. Her musical background makes her rockstars truly come to life.
Wes and Hannah are so good together and they made me smile with their sarcastic snarky banter.
I would recommend this book to anyone who loves a tortured hero, a fiesty heroine and their rockstars with a huge dose of humanity.
This book was amazing. Alyson Santos does one thing better than anybody else, she tells beautiful, real, character driven stories. She never relies on fake drama or manufactured angst. She writes beautifully flawed characters and lets us take their journey with them. She lets us feel their emotions, revel in their triumphs and wallow in their mistakes. I screamed at Wes when he was stupid and obstinate and self-destructive, I cheered for him when he smart and selfless and protective, I swooned watching him grow the hell up and fall head over heels. Wes somehow, unexpectedly, inexplicably became my very favorite of all of the NSB boys. I adore him passionately.(I never thought Alyson could pull that off.)
But this book is not all about the boy. Hannah is just...Hannah is magnificent. Hannah is fighting her own set of demons, but she is one of my favorite female characters. She is fiercely loyal, she is smart and brave and funny and refreshing. Wes is not an easy guy to be with, he has bad judgement and bad vices at times. But Hannah handles it all beautifully, never distracted by the rhetoric, she is steady and compassionate. She is also insecure and unsure and sometimes struggles with making the important decisions. In other words...she's remarkably human.
This story has so many brilliantly intertwined layers. It's ridiculously well crafted and intelligent. And subtle, it's so beautifully subtle and understated. This is a book that moved me with words and phrases. It got me with quiet gestures and sweet sacrifices, instead of grand gestures and over the top declarations. This book made me feel everything, without making me feel manipulated. I absolutely adored the journey.
I'm having a hard time letting this one go. I couldn't put it down. I blew off work and sleep to read this book and now, almost three weeks later, I still haven't read anything else. Every time I think I might start something new, I pick up my kindle and start reading Viper again. You know how it goes, I pick it up to just read one or two of my favorite parts. But my favorites parts are pretty much the entire book and next thing I know, I'm finishing this one all over again. I have to admit, even as I go back and re-read, I'm blown away by the beauty of this story. Friendship and romance, family and forgiveness, first times and second chances, love and passion, regret and redemption....this book has everything. This book IS everything!!
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You see I hated Wes, I didn’t love him in the prior books in the series and as I read Viper I disliked...Read more