Author: Sloane Kennedy
Released date: September 13, 2017 Price: $3.99
Reviewed by Lilith
Cover Art: The cover art is a good representation of the story.
Synopsis: The blurb is long but gives details of the story without telling everything. There are still surprises and plot twists in the story.
Plot: The plot is straightforward. Characters are well introduced and realistic. We are introduced to Nolan who due to circumstances is forced to return to a town he thought he would never see again. And then Dallas, the town’s Golden boy who due to an accident lost his family and voice. They find they aren’t so different after all.
Main Characters: Nolan Grainger who left 10 years before for a future as a classical musician. He is forced to return home due to betrayal and his father having suffered a stroke.
Dallas Kent was the town’s Golden boy until a fatal accident which took his mother and his voice.
Secondary characters: Nolan’s parents and Dallas’ brother, and an unexpected Allie from Nolan’s past. The brother and Allie are the lead ins to the next book.
Flow/Continuity: The story flows evenly with twists and turns and keeps the pages turning. As it builds you get more into the story and characters. It’s easily read with no confusion as to who is speaking.
Conflict/Climax: The story builds evenly so as the main characters relationship builds so do the circumstances around them and they get thru it together with help from their support system. As tension builds everyone comes together and old issues are resolved.
Conclusion: This was a great read, Sloane built a world and characters that are vivid and come to life. This is a good start to a new series, and I’m looking forward to reading more. You will get the feels especially if you love people coming together to right wrongs and embrace others.
I give it a 10 out of 10!!