More to checkout for me (my library uses overdrive).
Durn autocorrect keeps trying to make "public library" "pubic library" ... er?
Rafe and Daisy will never see eye to eye. So the country gals have to record a song with the rocker boys. So what if they are all attracted to one another? Going on tour shoudl straighten that out. Or will it?
Everyone is wondering why Rafe and Daisy do not see what they do when they are in the same room. Daisy is known to be a good girl, and Rafe has a rep as a bad boy. Can they all just get along and make music happen? Or is the problem that its some great music that they make together?
These characters are very larger than life and come right off the page. I enjoyed reading about them and learning more about the music industry. The heat and sparks that the characters generate just being in the same room.... well. I am excited to see what the next book brings. I give this story a 3/5 Kitty's Paws UP!
***This ARC copy was given in exchange for an honest review only.
Skye Turner is an avid reader and an editor turned writer.
She attended Southeastern Louisiana University and Louisiana State University where she majored in Mass Communications, centering her studies in Journalism.
She lives in small town Louisiana with her husband, 2 kids, and 4 fur babies.
When she's not chained to her laptop pounding out sexy stories she can usually be found playing Supermom, reading, gardening (playing in the dirt), or catching up on her family oriented blog.
Liar by Rob Roberge is eye-opening and inspiring. This memoir has perhaps allowed me to better understand my own father who, being a drug addict/alcoholic and probably partaking in half of the stories Roberge details in the memoir on his own, has their own list of issues and disturbances.
Roberge describes every detail, one year to the next and then back again, making the reader feel as if it is their mind is turning into scrambled eggs. The way the memoir is written is probably my favorite. You are the one in each scene; feeling Roberge's excitement- it is your excitement. Feeling his sadness, suicidal thoughts, or even his mania- it is your sadness, suicidal thoughts, YOUR mania.
Liar is so put together that you wonder if this author is really the man that he portrays in the book; but then again, even the most manic person just needs to concentrate on their thoughts and would be able to write it all down and print it for the world. That's exactly what Rob Roberge did.
This book will make you look at your own life and ask yourself who you are, and what the world would sound like without you in it...
I received this book for free from Blogging for Books for this review.