Title: A Love Song for Liars
Book #: 1
Author: Piper Rayne
Side note: Awesome way to start off a series and there is a bit of a cliff hanger!!
Have I read previous books by this author: No.
Will I read more books by this author: Yes.
Thoughts on author: I was hooked by the first chapter!! The anticipation of what was going to
happen had me finishing the book in one day. I was so into this book I was
reading and making dinner at the same time. I loved the plot and the back
story to the main characters. The push and pull with the characters was exciting and left me wanting more. Book 2 can not come out quick enough
Kindle Unlimited: No.
I received this ARC in exchange for my honest review.
Annie is trying to prove to her father that her dreams matter. It is kind of hard to be Annie when your dream is to be a musician and your father is a rock-n-roll god. Annie believes getting the lead role in the school play will prove to her father not only does she have the talent, but to support her following her dream. There is one down side to her plan. Tyler is not only has caught her dad's attention with how well he play's guitar, but he kind of caught hers too.
Tyler is trying to everything in his power to have a stable job as a musician. He feels he needs to prove to his father he can do it on his own. When the rock-n-roll god Jax notices his talent and wants to take him under his wing Tyler jumps at the opportunity. Tyler is trying everything to prove to Jax he is worth the time he is taking out for him and make sure he makes him proud. Tyler never counted on Annie to make such an impact herself.
When I was five years old I begged my parent to let me take acting lessons. I wanted them so badly I think I begged for year. I was in gymnastics and dance at the time, but I was determined to be the next Audrey Hepburn. I would put on little plays with my dolls (not that anyone watched them). I used to dress up my brother in costumes and he would play his part.
Finally, my mom told me she enrolled me into a class. Twice a week I went to this acting class. I was so excited. I practiced my lines all the time (my poor family). I would tell all my friends about how I was going to be in a play and one day I was going to be famous.
I was so excited on opening night. I wore my best outfit, my cute shoes, had my mom do my hair, my lines were memorized, and of course a bottle of juice. Hey, I was 6 and thought I was cool. Anyway, I was ready!!
I guess I had built up this anticipation of being on stage with props and an audience to watch my Audrey Hepburn performance. Well, to say I was disappointed is an understatement. The play took place in the same class room as the practices were. They made us hold our scripts. The audience was made up of maybe twenty people which was the other students, their parents, and the teacher.
I remember walking out of there so disappointed and telling my mom I never wanted to go back. I think she was relieved because I don't think I was any good anyway. In high school I tried again and took acting workshop. Let's just say that it ended up being more of an English class then an acting class.
Hey at least I tried. Right?
Shh!! Me Time!!
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