My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Book editor, Harper Leigh, can barely make enough money to pay off her college loans. She catches the eye of singer/actor Nic Rayne and is given an offer; she's not sure she can refuse.
I was sucked into Always Rayne the moment I read the blurb. I would suggest reading it. Heck skip the blurb and go straight to the book.
There are similar stories out in the marketplace but Always Rayne is exceptionally well done. There are interesting situations in the plot, and the characters are well-developed and likeable.
Harper is smart and not very out-going. She is so out of her element; it makes the story all the more interesting. I love that she is fashion challenged. The description of her wardrobe choices cracked me up.
Nic is fascinating. He has the bad-boy image that everybody believes is the real him, especially Harper. The more you find out about him, the more captivating he becomes.
I’m excited that there are two more books in the series telling the rest of the band mates and Harper’s best friend’s stories. They are all so likeable. I can’t wait to read their tales.
Complimentary copy provided in exchange for an honest review.
ebook, 167 pages
Published June 11th 2014 by Short on Time Books
edition language: English
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