SynopsisSigning with Brighthouse Records was supposed to be everything we ever wanted—our better life. Our chance at everything we never had but always wanted. All our dreams would finally come true and we were on top of the world. It was our chance at the happiness we never had in life. Our every desire was at our fingertips and the power of that feeling was all consuming. But then it took every dream we thought would come true and it slapped us in the face with the cold hard reality. Dreams were just that…something that floated on the cusp of untouchable, taunting you with every graze of your fingertips before slipping even further away. Happiness…that feeling is a joke. In the end it became painfully obvious that each of us would always have each other, but we would forever be alone.
Review | 4.5 stars
I don't read a lot of rock star books because of usually unnecessary drama and that sort of thing. But Harper is one of my auto read authors so of course I was going to try her rock star book.
I loved Wrenlee. I also loved her bond with the band; including her actual brother and her "adopted brothers". They were all so friendly and not like bands you read about in other books.
I was very courious about Chance in Cohen's book, so I'm glad the wait was over. I loved Chance. He was the perfect alpha. He was protective, possessive and he had a heart of gold.
Overall, this was one of my favorite books I've read in awhile. I'm definitely looking forward to the rest of the guys books. I'm excited to see where the band goes.