KT Parker was a sorry excuse for Prince Charming, but one look at Megan’s little sister, and he felt the weight of the tin crown perched on his head. It was too bad that Megan couldn’t see him the way her sister did, but she didn’t want a prince to save her, especially if that prince was him. Something kept pulling him toward her, but she kept pushing him away. She wasn’t buying his hype, and she sure wasn’t buying his concert tickets.
Megan represented everything good in his world, but she wasn’t his. Their story wasn’t made for fairytales, but that wouldn’t stop him from trying to win her over. They may butt heads, but sometimes the best music was filled with clashing notes.
Reading about Megan and KT was great! I enjoyed the ride that they took on finding their groove in their relationship. When the book begins we pick up right where Encore left. KT is going to prom with the girl, Maddie. He has a great time. Durning his visit he encounters her sister Megan. Megan has had a rough childhood being the preachers daughter. She’s closed off and protects her heart fiercely. She wants only the best for her sister and nobody and I mean nobody will get on the way of that. KT has his own past he’s hidden. Can these two find a way to work through their hurts? I enjoyed reading their journey. I liked how this book just went right along with the previous time frame from book 1. We get to catch up on past characters and see some of the storylines I think are building for future books. I do wish we had more of an ending for this book. Knowing how Emily is writing this series is what gives me peace that this issue will resolve in the next book though for me. She follows in present time. Enjoy!