Fame is a beast.
The third book in the series by USA Today bestselling author Deanna Roy
It’s people hounding your every move.
Ridiculing your every mistake.
Watching every moment.
It’s agents and producers and ratings.
And in my case, it’s three jilted women who lost a competition when I stormed on stage.
Those girls are back for revenge, and everyone sees a cat-fight in the making.
They’re sharpening their sticks.
Showing up where Blitz and I do.
Getting in my face.
So now I have a choice: let each of them have another shot at my lover.
Or take them on myself.
But Blitz is mine.
A fiery addition to the Lovers Dance series. No cliffhanger.
True Love Is Worth Fighting For
I was so anxious to see what happened next in Livia and Blitz's story. I was definitely not disappointed. I loved Livia's character before and now after reading Wicked Dance I love her character so much more. She proved to be not only a lot stronger than what everyone believed her to be but also very clever too. Blitz and Livia are great together! They show the world that no matter what drama and craziness gets thrown their way they will overcome it together. That they belong together and love is worth fighting for.
*** I was given an ARC for an honest review ***
This third book in the Lovers Dance series could be read as a standalone but I think in order to fully appreciate the story, the books should be read in order.
Wicked Dance picks up right where Wounded Dance left off. Livia and Blitz are off to LA to film the last five episodes of Dance Blitz along with the three contestants who were left behind when Livia stormed the stage at the final taping. This book was definitely light on the angst that was prevalent in book two. There's definitely a lot of drama but since the focus of this book is a reality TV show with the divas playing their parts, drama was to be expected.
I loved how this story highlighted how scripted reality TV really is. I felt like I got to know Livia so much more in this story while she was struggling with the spotlight, the cameras, and whether or not the things her father always told her were true. Book three really saw Livia coming in to her own and I can't wait to see what book four has in store for her and Blitz.
*this is my voluntary review of an advanced reader copy*
Throughly enjoyed this book. Third in the series and the story did not disappoint. Drama, heartache and romance. There is steam but it is not the center of the story. Looking forward to the next.