Author: Jacqueline E. Smith
Publisher: Wind Trail Publishing
Pub Date: July 12, 2016
Source: Review Copy
Genre(s): YA, Contemporary, Romance
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Synopsis from Goodreads:
Melissa Parker’s secret is out.
Now that the entire world knows she’s dating Sam Morneau, Mel suddenly finds herself and her relationship under the intense scrutiny of celebrity gossip bloggers, curious fans, and appropriately concerned family members.
But then, that’s nothing compared to the other secrets and scandals that plague The Kind of September. In the midst of their long-anticipated world tour, a toxic combination of infidelity and betrayal has left the band and its fan base angry, confused, and ultimately broken.
No one ever said that life with the world’s most popular boy band was easy, but in spite of everything she’s seen, Mel is still willing to believe that it’s worth it.
I received a free copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review. This in no way alters my opinion of the work.
“I know they say that a picture’s worth a thousand words, but it’s amazing how often those words tell the wrong story.”
Please. The series absolutely cannot end like this. This will not do. Jacqueline, please tell me there is another book in the works. I need closure! And more importantly, I need a certain character to be disposed of.
When I started this series, I honestly thought this would be the last book. Now it’s clear to me that I will be in a Boy Band withdrawal until the fourth book comes out. Things can’t end like this. I need conflict resolution, haha!
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