He said I taught him how to dream.
Maybe he taught me, too.
When fate brings the strongest man I know to his knees, dreams aren't enough to save us.
But Tyler and I have one last chance, and the power to decide how this ends.
A tragedy for the ages.
Or the perfect ending to the most beautiful song ever written...
A Love Song for Dreamers is Book 3 in the angsty new adult, academy-inspired Rivals trilogy and must be read following A Love Song for Liars (Rivals #1) and A Love Song for Rebels (Rivals #2).
The books get better and better I loved them I really loved them 😊😊
A perfect end to this wonderful trilogy
Finally - I have been anticipating this final book in the Rivals trilogy for what seems to be way too long. I am not a patient person. That said, it was definitely worth the wait. Tyler and Annie seem to have had such bad luck when it comes to timing, every time their happy ever after came within their grasp, fate seemed to deal them a joker. Years have now passed them by, and this time around they’re more mature and more focussed on their own happiness. Things appear to be working out for them as individuals, the question is, can they ever make it together? As in the previous two books in the series, I was hooked, and completely invested in their story. I loved that Jaxson wasn’t quite the stubborn pigheaded dad he was portrayed to be in the previous two books, and how as a family they all finally seem to be pulling together for the greater good. Wonderful story, perfect words and characters that make you believe. I was hooked and completely overwhelmed, and I can truly recommend this trilogy to fans of rockstar romance, who enjoy a little angst on the side. I received an advanced copy of this book. This is my honest review.