“He was, without a doubt, the most beautiful man I’d ever seen. The elegant lines of his face made me want to write bad poetry. And the sound of his voice, his words, they were all so perfect and good. But then my insides tightened, and there was nothing there to hold on to. I was so horribly empty I ached.”
I’m completely addicted to this series. There’s a depth to these stories that hit every angle and it leaves you wanting more.
We have all been in Anne’s shoes. We love a band so much that we plaster their posters on our wall, dream of taking one of their last names, and living that fairy tale rock star life.
But Anne’s dreams become reality when the drummer for Stage Dive makes her an offer that sweeps her off of her feet. Situations in books like these always come with deep emotional consequences. Can Anne survive the storm?
Sometimes Mal’s sense of humor was over the top and eye roll worthy. (I should know since I’m a pro) (Ask my husband) It was like he tried too hard to prove something but I wasn’t ever sure what. Anne even annoyed me a bit too. I’m not sure anyone would be okay with a strange man lying to get into your apartment. But those are such minor flaws.
Play is a story that you can lose yourself in. The characters interact well with one another and the sass that radiates off of them brings the story to life. This was a deeply naughty, emotional romp and you know that these stories are only going to get better.
My suggestion is that you buckle up because you’re in for a hell of a ride.