I’ve given you two days. Two. Days. To purchase and read this book. Yes I know it just released 2 days ago (early), yes I know it’s not fair considering I was gifted and ARC but get over it! I loved this book and it was killing me not to talk about it before release day. I know I’ve dropped several hints about how much I loved this book and even did an Author post regarding this book(my first squueeee). So my friends if you haven’t gotten this book already stop here and get the book( MSTK via Amazon) while it is still just $.99 I promise you won’t regret it. I had one helluva book hangover after this one guys.
SYNOPSIS: It seems the things worth keeping are often the hardest to hold…
I had two things in life that mattered. My mother and my music.
Mama was taken from me too soon, and now music is all I have left. It’s the thing that’s pushed me right out of backwoods Georgia into Los Angeles, where the line between fantasy and reality shimmers and blurs. I’m finally making my way, making my mark. I can’t afford to fall for one of music’s brightest stars. Not now. Music is all I have left, and I’m holding on tight with both hands. I won’t let go, not even for Rhyson Gray.
I had one thing in my life that mattered – music. The only constant, it’s taken me to heights most people only dream about; a gift dropped in my lap at birth. I thought it was enough. I thought it was everything until I met Kai. Now she’s all I think about, like a song I can’t get out of my head. If I have to chase her, if I have to give up everything – I will. And once she’s mine, I won’t let go.
Review: I can’t think of a way to put into words how much I enjoyed this book other than, I F$%&in loved it. I mean really that about sums it up for me.
Kai was an amazing heroine and I loved her from the moment I she was
introduced. She is different in so many ways and the most notable and funniest to me was that she was a half Asian, half white country girl from the backwoods of Georgia. Can you say crazy combination but it totally works. As you can gather from the blurb she meets and tries not to fall for Rhyson, one of Hollywood’s biggest stars. I love how we don’t get inst-love but definitely insta-attraction which is more realistic. She doesn’t deny her attraction for him but definitely puts him in the friend zone because she has goals that she wants to meet without him.
Rhyson is my new Book Boyfriend. I haven’t had one of those in awhile and I definitely don’t mind giving him the title. He is sexy and talented and tries his best to respect the limits and boundaries that Kai has put on him (this is for out angst loving friends). Notice I say tries. The way the love and story here progresses you will have a hard time not falling for both of these characters. Hell I even fell in love with the villains. But that isn’t unusual for me, considering I feel like the bad guys tend to drive stories. That’s not the case here, each of the characters in this book plays an important part in the lives of the main characters. No one is insignificant and just when you think you’ve figured everything out and it will be okay BAM you are hit with another WTF moment. So yes this book is worth every penny and more. I know it ends in a cliffhanger and as impatient as I am I am still going to give this book 5++ stars. I tend to save the + for books that reach Top 10 status and I’ll be damned if this book doesn’t do just that.