Savant nails it
What a seriously great book. as much as i love reading, i am not particularly good at giving reviews, but this book is just so good that i will give it my all. dior is an up and coming pop singer who is discovered by august rumple, manager extraordinaire, maker of careers. everything seems great, but of course it isn’t, and august turns into a spectacularly creepy villain that you love to hate. there were moments when he genuinely made my skin crawl, and of course i loved every second of it. and that climax! the ending! the cameos from characters i already know and love! i couldn’t put it down. no, i literally took my kids to the park so i could sit on the bench and read while they played. isn’t that what we really want out of great books? to be creeped out and thrilled along with the characters? to soar with their success and hit rock bottom with them? cause spinning totally accomplishes that. and then there is the wonderful romance that i just adored. i won’t ruin anything, but clarence is the bee’s knees and absolutely a masterful gentleman. i don’t know how savant does it, but even her side characters feels so real and flushed out. i want books about all of them — and one of my very favorite things about indy authors is that they take you back to the world that you loved again and again and again. here’s hoping there are many more in the works, especially one about serena. a vampire private investigator?? tell me more!