Posted November 9, 2014 by The Book & Alcohol Girls in Book Reviews / 0 Comments

by J.J. Knight
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I received this book for free from the author or publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

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J.J. Knight

Jess moves to LA for her dream job as a music intern. On her first day, she bumps into Dylan busking on a street corner.

Dylan Wolf has a gritty voice. His eyes are soulful. His incredible body is to die for, tattoos and all.

When Dylan looks at Jess, she feels emotions she's never had before. He can be sweet, but his dark moods scare her. When he sings, the whole world falls away.

Jess and Dylan's meeting hasn't gone unnoticed. At her job, Jess is summoned to the mysterious ninth floor. Her new assignment is to get close to Dylan. By seducing him.

Jess is shocked. She's an innocent girl.

Selling her body would be immoral. It would be wrong.

But strange things are happening at the company. No matter which decision she makes, she might be in danger.

One thing is for sure: If she takes this assignment, Jess will never be the same.

I blame the music. A song can dig its way into your soul like no other thing. A few lines with the right notes, and your heart can soar, or shatter. Music can make you feel brave, or broken, or both at the same time.

This story is intriguing. We have a young woman strait from the farm now living in LA. She received an internship with a record label and moved. Although she quickly discovers that the job isn’t what she was hoping it would be.

Then we have Dylan. Is he a hero? An antihero? He’s definitely hot. He definitely has an interesting back story. But very little of that is revealed. In fact, what is revealed about him is quite vague.

She is drawn to him by his music. Then chaos ensues. He is her hero… or is he?

With that gleam in his eyes, he’s practically kidnapping me.

This story is the first in a five part series. So much of what I read won’t be explained until further along. It did end on a cliffhanger as well. It gave me more of a novella feel than anything. A bit rushed in a few areas, but so much that it was a distraction.

I will read the next book to see if I like where this story is going. It was interesting enough to make me want to read on.

Overall, I give it 3 stars. I liked it. It was fun and had a bit of drama to it. It is a Bailey’s and coffee kind of book for me. A simple read for an easy day.

I would like to thank the author for generously providing me with an advanced copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

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