Always in control, Xander Wilde considered life on the road to be a perfect fit for him. But when disaster strikes on the band's latest tour, fate intervenes, and a newly single Ivy Taylor, the only girl he has ever loved, steps back into his life.
After moving past her painful breakup with Xander years ago, Ivy was poised to become the next big name in music, when suddenly she withdrew from the limelight - the same day she announced her engagement to her controlling agent, Damon Wolf. Xander knows he should keep his distance. But once they're on the road, he can't resist pursuing her for a second chance. Yet a jealous Damon can't let her go - and he's keeping dangerous secrets that could destroy them all.
©2014 Kim Karr (P)2014 Tantor
The writing is so cliche and eye rolling! Ugh!! The male narrator was good, but the female sounded like someone plugged her nose. It was super annoying. DNF about half way through.
I thought my trouble with this book was that I had just come down from a high after finishing an amazing trilogy (Driven) and in comparison this felt a little flat but I can now see that I am not alone in feeling that there was just something missing from this 3rd book.
There were good bits and bad bits, there was romance but I really didn't feel it from Ivy however Xander was sexy, handsome, loving and thoughtful. I had no problem with the plot which had a few surprises but the constant avoiding each other got boring and I just didn't feel the chemistry between Xander and Ivy or any sexual sizzle when they eventually 'hooked up'. The sex scenes were forgettable and a bit blah and River and Dahlia's sub plot was really sad.
Christian Fox's narration was good but Veronica Meunch sounded bunged up like she had a cold.
Worth a credit? If you are like me and are following this series then it's a must so despite everything, it keeps you up-to-date with what's going on and is an ok listen so yes creditworthy.
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