The Complete Collection of The Secret Life of Trystan Scott serials in one omnibus edition.
Fame has a price and Trystan doesn't want to pay. Everything he worked so hard to hide is about to be revealed. Nothing he can do will stop it. Within a few short hours everyone will know about his father and the sordid details of his past. There are four words Trystan's father said that haunt him - four words that he ignored - never fall in love. But it's too late. This is the complete collection of the prequel series to Broken Promises (A Trystan Scott novel).
©2014 H.M. Ward (P)2014 H.M. Ward
Narration: The narration of this book is AMAZING. Both Jennifer O'Donnell and Sebastian Fields do a wonderful job at bringing H.M Ward's story and characters to life. They don't just narrate the story, they also act out the characters' emotions. Sebastian's voice is deep and sexy whereas Jennifer's voice is friendly and sweet. Towards the end of the book, they had me shivering and crying.
Story: "The Secret Life of Trystan Scott" is a sweet love story between 2 teenagers who are really good friends but who also have secret crushes on each other. Trystan is hiding the fact that he uploaded a song that has gone viral on YouTube. He has the potential of becoming a famous rock star but he doesn't want to attract any attention to himself. As the story develops, you realize that they both have troubled lives at home and they rely on each other for support. A story about teenage love, tough decisions, parental abuse, parental neglect and bullying. The characters are smart, strong and sarcastic (just the way I like 'em). For H.M. Ward's Ferro Family fans, this would be good audiobook to listen to if you want a better insight into Trystan & Mari's characters (they make occasional appearances). A New Adult Romance about Trystan and Mari in their young adult lives is in the works.
Parental advisory: There is mention of sexual desires and temptation, occasional course language, occasional violence.
This story alternately from Trystan and Mari's point of view.
I think the best fictional work in literature is being written in the YA genre. This is a perfect example. The story is captivating if not realistic. The main characters are very likable and have a sweet storyline. This is obviously not a steamy romance novel and I thought it was really nice to have a female character who wanted to save her virginity for her husband and the male character to not only support her, but is also inexperienced rather than jaded. I am well past YA in years but I will continue to delve into this genre. Well done Ms. Ward.
I have a real crazy in love relationship with books!!!
I thought this was a pretty good YA story. It had a lot of interesting elements and good characters. I feel like the book tries to send a positive message to teenagers by giving life advice so that was cool. However, I actually found it to be quite juvenile...and this is coming from someone who likes a good YA novel. Now even with that being said, I think this is a pretty decent read for someone 21 & under. I would recommend it then.
someone who likes romance books
yes I do not like romance books
Yes they read well
All of the romance
Just not the type of book I like
It's not what I usually listen too. But it was a great story. It keep my attention.
loved both of their voices would definitely listen to a book they do again.
secrets made simple
I recommend this book more for teens but it was very good
A very unlikely story geared at encouraging childish misperceptions of growing up. The acting was okay but the story line with both predictable and immature.
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