Author: Sierra Hill
Publisher: Ten28 Publishing
Summary: Seattle is in the rearview mirror and Kenzie Daniels wants to start a new life to pursue her musical dreams in Nashville. But it’s harder than she thought trying to make it on her own with no one to rely on but herself. Until a handsome customer shows up at her table and changes the course of her future.
Remy Martins wasn’t looking for anything but a good time and a creative outlet when he stumbled upon Hank’s Diner and discovered his muse. The moment he laid eyes on Kenzie, the beautiful waitress with a chip on her shoulder, he knew his luck had turned around. He’d been in a writing slump for months and she was the spark he needed, breathing new life into his lyrics. Now Remy is determined to have Kenzie and keep her in his life.
When a chance run-in at one of his gigs has Kenzie leaning on him for support, Remy is given the opportunity to make her an offer she’d be a fool to refuse.
Just as their relationship morphs into something more, fueling a deep physical need that neither of them can deny, Kenzie’s and Remy’s pasts collide – threatening to destroy their bond along the dreams they’d hoped to fulfill.
Can Kenzie rely on Remy to be there when she needs him the most? Will both their dark pasts ruin their chances at a bright future?
My Thoughts: I was graciously given a copy of this in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts are my own.
Within the first few pages of this book I was giddy with excitement! It seemed like I had found a winner and was eagerly reading, unwilling to put down the book. Enter the disappointment! This book coincides with my mini rant from the other week. There are such blurred lines with New Adult and honestly I feel that I got something completely different with this book.
I had to skip through large portions of the book and wish that there was a new category so I would know before I started reading. I know that with New Adult there is going to be a higher rating but this book went past that. The plot was lost and characterization bounced around. There were even times where I found Remy so horrible that I was ticked at Kenzie for the easy passes.
Basically other than the start of this book I was not impressed.