- File Size: 453 KB
- Print Length: 324 pages
- 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: #7,882 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I'm not compelled to write reviews either if I didn't find hard-core magic while I read. That wasn't an issue with Viper. This baby made my review urges overflow. Romance can be so many things, but this, right here, is what I love most: a novel written beautifully, grittily, so fully in touch with that real story and the life it's projecting. In this case, it's the life of a rock star.
This is the best book I've read so far in 2017.
Wes is hot as hell, and I have nothing against salivating over my main lead. There's a reason why Wes rocketed to fame the way he did with Tracing Holland: mix his looks with insane talent, and you have our stud and his success right there. He's also a badass, an alpha hero-slash-antihero, and I swooned over the delicate way Alyson teetered on the edge with him, showing us exactly how fragile he is within his bulletproof exterior.
<i><b>So you've met Luke Craven. You thought he was complicated?</b></i>
Well, you're in for a surprise, then, with Wes. This man you knew as the villain and the bad guy. Just you wait until the author is finished messing with your head, making you adore him even more than you adored Luke. (Bonus fun: you'll get to meet Luke again.)
Unfortunately, I'm also quick at doubting female authors writing of male main characters. I mean, how can you speak for them, make them become believable as men when you write with the brain of a woman? Alyson makes the answer seem easy: take the task seriously and stir in one heck-of-a bucketful of talent is all you need to do. <b>Alyson, hell did you show us how it's done.</b>
There's nothing <i>not</i> to swoon over in this book baby. You have Hannah's lawyer/musician background, the way she's up front about always having had a thing for Wes, even back when he was the fiance of her sister Holland. Her interaction with Wes, so sweet, sassy, so hot. How Hannah might just rattle him in ways you don't see coming until they're there.
I'm being vague on purpose, because I want you to go into this book with all of your senses open, knowing that what Alyson Santos has written is real rock-star life. It's a story of being the victim and the aggressor in one, and if you're like me, your heart will beat like crazy while you read. And it's al-l-l-l-l going to be damn worth it in the end.