Friday, June 2, 2017

Reckless (Mini Review)


From Goodreads: When the band hits it big, Kiera and Kellan must ask themselves: Can their love for each other survive the constant pressures of superstardom? The friendships they've formed, the new family they've found, and the history they've forged will all play a part in helping them navigate the turbulent waters of the band's exploding popularity. A greedy executive hell-bent on success, a declining pop star looking for an edge, and a media circus that twists lies into truths are just some of the obstacles the lovers will have to overcome if they are going to remain together. Fame comes with a price-but will it cost Kiera and Kellan everything?

Thoughtless and Reckless have officially grown on me. I feel like I know Kellan and Kiera. I can hear their voices and see their faces. Each book was better than the last. And by the end I wanted to start it all over.

I loved how this book made them mature. And Kiera had to overcome her insecurities. She had to have a lot of faith in Kellan.

It was a pretty fun book overall and an enjoyable read. The recording/ tour/ interviews.
Very dramatic. (I wont spoil it, but a real tear jerker)

and a WONDERFUL epilogue. Nice and long. I love to see the character living happily for a while. Not just the drama and/or action.

I don't know why this part stuck out to me. When she told Kellan in her wedding vows he made her feel beautiful, afterward Denny came up to her, frowned and said "I always thought you were gorgeous, I'm sorry I never made you feel that way". She explained to him, it was a personal hang up. Something she had to learn on her own. I think Kellan encouraged her to be more bold. Which built her confidence.

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