I hated Sebastian almost the first moment I saw him. But then I started to love him while I still hated him, which made things a little complicated.
Him and that guitar.
On stage, Tish Ransome sings about heartache and passion, betrayal, and about love gone wrong… but she knows very little about any of it in real life. The rock-star princess who swears like a pirate—literally—is loved and adored by family, friends, and fans alike, and her world is filled with good things, her future bright.
Behind the scenes, however, trouble is brewing. When Tom, her best friend and co-founder of the Marauders, tells her he’s leaving the band after graduation, Tish must find a new wingman to step into Tom’s hard-to-fill shoes. The moment she hears Sebastian Jeffries play, she knows he’s the one. Yet with Sebastian comes a taste of the things Tish only writes about, and she can’t resist the lure of the tortured artist. Sebastian, likewise, is drawn to Tish’s brilliance, but like a moth that hovers too close to the flames, is he killing himself just to be near her? Can Tish save Sebastian before it’s too late, or will he pull her down into the darkness with him?
NOTE: This book may contain triggers, due to the topic of domestic violence.
For fans of Amy Harmon, Colleen Hoover, and AnnaLisa Grant.
Reviewed by Melanie Newton
There is very little bad language in this book.
Hell - as in Hell to pay, Hangover from Hell.
There are a few very minor sexual references (Such as implications that cleavage sells drinks, a couple of suggestive comments) but not strong enough in my opinion to require a higher rating.
Supernatural Characters: N/A
Other: This is a New Adult romance novel. Although technically NA due to the protagonist’s age it is definitely a “clean” romance with nothing beyond intimate kissing and would be suitable for most teenagers.