My rating: 3.5 of 5 stars
I liked this one more than book one but I’m still not clicking totally with this series and I think it’s because the characters act much younger than they’re supposed to be.
They’re approaching 30 but their language and behaviour comes across like new adult in their late teens/early 20s.
Now, that’s not a problem per se, but I think it’s why I’m not getting into the narrative fully.
In this one things turn a bit serious, not only is there a horrific accident to deal with, but also the status of Joey and Stoli’s relationship, which is quickly becoming devoted on both sides.
There’s still loads of band and behind the scenes music exposure going on too and I love the close friendship these guys have with each other and their management but also the guys in the other band.
I will keep on reading this series as I’m intrigued as to where the story will go next and I definitely see the whole narrative tightening up and focusing on the romances a wee bit more.
#ARC kindly received from the author in return for an honest and unbiased review.