Amber LaLanie burst upon the music scene a decade ago like a ball of fun energy.
Her “live for the day” attitude has hid her insecurity and extreme loneliness in the sea of people around her.
Then she met a production intern, Kylee, who has a way of drawing out the real Amber that lies within.
This is set in the same world as Music of the Soul but is a standalone book.
This was so good. I wanted to read it, it seem like a nice story but I’m not much of a FF reader so I wasn’t expecting to liked it as much as I did. Amber and Kylee were so lovely. It might be part of a series but it worked perfectly as a stand-alone.
I listen to the audiobook. It had a nice steady pace. I loved the characters, they both were nice but Amber’s insecurities seem so relatable that she became my favorite. It wasn’t as if Kylee was so self-assure. She had issues too, but there was some charm in Amber that got my attention.
The plot was fine. It was a very enjoyable story. I also liked some of the secondary characters and how sweetly the romance was manage. Amber and Kylee were so adorable together, they made such a nice couple.
The narration had some ups and downs for me. There were times when I wasn’t sure which of them were talking, which made things a little confusing. But I did liked the way the narrator’s voice sound so happy at times, it was really easy to connect emotions based on the way the book was narrated.