*Just an Illusion - Unplugged is book four in The Illusion Series. If you have not read Side A, The B Side, or EP, please turn around and go back to Side A. Trust me, you want to read this series the way it was intended- in order.*
Sawyer Weston is cocky and arrogant. With his sinful smile and sexy dimples, he’s gotten his way most of his life. Infamous for his one-night stands and moves between the sheets, the lead singer for Bastards and Dangerous has never considered relationships—until he meets her.
With her curvy body, sarcastic mouth, and uncanny ability to put Sawyer in his place, Amelia Greyson has captured his heart. She can see into his soul and knows what he truly wants from life. Sawyer has a problem, though—she’s dating his twin brother Noah.
Although he wants her with every breath he takes, Sawyer and Noah’s complicated history prevents him from making a move on her.
Just an Illusion—Unplugged tells Sawyer’s story. Every thought, every feeling, are yours for the taking. Are you ready?
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A Beautiful Continuation of Mel & Sawyer's Epic Story
I thought it was wonderful to hear things from Sawyer's point of view. I can't wait to read more! I adore these characters , they're so fantastically well written that you just can't help but fall for them. I never want this series to end! I'm excited to see everyone get their Happily Ever After- including Darren, Jordan, and hopefully Eli too! This series is definitely a Must Read!
Wonderful addition to this series
D. Kelly has an innate ability to wrap you up in a cocoon of emotion like no other. Going into this book, I honestly didn't believe that my heart could break any more or that my opinions would change about the decisions made by Noah and Sawyer. Furthermore, I wasn't sure how much more the author could add to their story just by providing a different point of view. Oh, how I was wrong! Every moment and interaction was new. This book's main focus was on the twins. The author dove deep into Noah and Sawyer's love for one another as well as the animosity that sometimes bubbled just below the surface. We were able to experience how the decisions each made altered the dynamics of their relationship and Sawyer's sense of self. It became clear that every part of Sawyer's life was tied to Noah's - his future as a musician as well as the way he felt about his worth. The author also provided some insight into Sawyer's relationships with family and friends, which added to the depth of his character. I loved getting to know the loving, selfless, and tortured soul that existed within the self-deprecating, bad boy rock star he portrayed to the outside world. I can't wait to see where the author takes us next!
I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Readers Copy of this book.
A Must Read!!!
OMG! This book just made me realize why I fell in love with this series to begin with, not that's it's hard to remember. I loved getting Sawyer's perspective on how he was feeling and dealing with Noah and Mel. I absolutely loved reading about these characters again and this book made me miss Noah even more. It's said that Sawyer's story can't be told in one book and I definitely look forward to reading the rest of his story. There is no way to read this series and not fall in love with it and this book does not disappoint.