The fifth book in the New York Times new adult series that began with Real. When an angry, heartbroken girl is forced to be near her rocker ex-boyfriend, only time will tell if the fire between them will consume them both.
Pandora, the gothic friend of Brooke (Real, Mine, Remy) and Melanie (Rogue), thought that getting her heart broken by her bad boy rocker ex could only happen once. But now, he’s back in town with the biggest concert of the year. Pandora hates him so much that she gets Melanie to come with her and play a prank on him at his gig. But when they’re caught by security, and her ex himself is summoned, Pandora is not prepared for the feelings that seeing him again—beautiful and in the flesh—awaken in her. She’s also wholly unprepared for the conditions his manager sets in order for her and Melanie to be released; especially since these conditions only allow Melanie to return home, while at the same time, they put Pandora in perilously close contact with her ex again. The torturous physical closeness between them reignites the passion they once shared, and soon no matter how much she wants to hate him, it’s clear she’s still hung up on him. And worse: he knows it too.
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This book was about two characters that had a set of circumstances change their future when they were young,one becoming bitter and then deciding to do something about it, only to be caught in her own trap, they then rewrite their future. I am so loving this series of books though all can be read as a stand a lone.
I love the real series, rogue was awesome too. This one would be my least fave. Katy's writing is top notch, but it's probably more the story that least reaches me. I couldn't really get into the characters like the others in the real series. Something else that bothered me was the pothead picture on the cover, I hate it! Other pictures leave the face to the imagination.....I hate hate hate this cover. All I could picture whilst reading this character was the cover models face. Not appealing. Note to authors. Please don't show faces! Beauty is in the eye of the beholder so let us form our character in
our heads. Show the bodies, hide the face.
I finished it in under a day... Need I say more?