Music was his first love.
Hers was the lanky boy from summer camp with a beautiful voice and starlit green eyes.
Isabelle and Roman thought they'd be together until the end of time. Then fate proved an orphan from the West Coast couldn't have a future with a wealthy New Yorker hiding the scars of an abusive home.
Five years after their hearts are broken, fate strikes again when they're reunited as a waitress headlining a bar-band, and a successful rockstar kicking off his first tour. Even though the past nearly destroyed them both, the attraction is stronger than ever, and Roman refuses to let the girl he promised to love forever slip away a second time.
But picking at old wounds proves to be dangerous when the reasons they were driven apart as kids won't stay buried forever
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"Killing me softly"
This book was a big let down for me. It's got too much angst, drama, secrets, inconsistency, & miscommunications.
▪️The heroine is horrible. I couldn't stand her. She didn't deserve Roman at all.
▪️ when the second part of the book starts all Belle can seem to think of is sleeping with Roman & how attractive he is (and when they do get together the love scenes fall flat)
▪️ Belle's character is inconsistent & frustrating
▪️you don't get to really experience them as a couple because the book shows 2 weeks of them being together & it's riddled with drama
This book didn't hit the mark for me. I was extreme,y happy when it was over. 💩👎🏽
Broken little melodies
I love happy endings but these two characters most definitely deserved their happy ending! Great read!