In the Band (Luminescent Juliet #1)
Pages no: 301
, Realistic Fiction
, Contemporary Romance
, New Adult
I LOVED that the female protagonist was in a band, and not just crushing from the outside. Unfortunately, it felt like there wasn't enough of anything (except for moping and self-sacrifice).p.s. if anyone reads this and knows of other romances with female band member heroines, please let me know!
Originally posted at A Date with a Book When I read the synopsis for this book, I just knew I had to read it. First off, I am the mother of a female drummer who is quickly learning the downside of being female in a male world. I so totally connected with the book through that aspect and loved it, h...
im battling with myself on the rating i should give this boook . the premise was good and i really fell for the main character ROMEO , i just thought he was a breath of fresh air , so mature after everything he has been through. the heroine however i felt was so conflicted that some of the choices ...
Great easy ready!Original storyline too.loved it!
Cute story. Not a long read or a heavily involved plot. There's a good bit of angst, a good conflict between the two main characters, It's what I'd call a perfect beach or long-car-trip read. I think one of the things that drew me the most (apart from Romeo and Riley, but I'll get to them) is the br...
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