Sisters Audrey and Liv Westing find that living on the edge turns out to be a bit different than what they thought.
This singing duo hoped to be discovered as the next big thing while fumbling through their turbulent existences. Each one is struggling to come to terms with their addictive personalities, a trail of destructive relationships, and the consequences of every misstep they unknowingly take.
When they attract the eye of a deadly but powerful cartel family, Liv's flighty decisions send the sisters spiraling into a world of sketchy music deals, sexy assassins, and unfathomable demands from those who want nothing more than to own every piece of them.
In a place where love will kill, it demands a steep price, which may be too high to keep Audrey and Liv's fragile world from a swift crash and burn....
This is a serial novella series.
What did you love best about The Fall of Sky, Part One?
The relationship between Audrey and Liv. They have such a strong bond even though at times they drive each other crazy. I also relate to Liv's love of music or later be of their music. It's in her soul.
Did the plot keep you on the edge of your seat? How?
It is a great read with lots of twits and turns. I never knew what was going to happen. From the very beginning I was totally caught up on their world and worried about how they would get out of this situation
What does B.B. Franklin bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
She brings the story to look life. She made me feel Audrey's anxiety at such a deep level. And made me feel more carefree as Liv
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
A modern day Thelma and Louise
Any additional comments?
This a great story of two sisters who are on the run trying to make a living playing music in bars. The additional of Saul brings a whole new adventure for these sisters. It's hard to say which sister I related to better. I was completely absorbed by Liv. But then Audrey being so sensible and responsible made me feel guilty. Great book I promise you will enjoy it
The beginning of this story will make you want to keep reading just to see where life takes Liv and Audrey.
The narrator did a good job on infection, however, most of the characters sound the same. And, I was warned about the audio sound but, it often sounds like it's being read in a cave or tunnel.
Interested in hearing the rest.