About the book: A small town girl.
A rock star living a lie.
Their paths cross and lead them down a road neither of them expected to find: love at the Apple Blossom Inn.
Janey knows that life doesn’t come with a happy-ending guarantee. She needs to keep her feet securely on the ground working two jobs, going to school, and caring for her little brother. She has no time or room for romance.
After an accident leaves his charmed life in ruins, Derrick abandons his Hollywood lifestyle and checks into rehab. The world believes that Derrick Cordell the rock star is dead. And despite his beating heart and breathing lungs, that’s exactly how he feels until, disguised and living incognito in the tiny town of Rose Arbor, Washington, he meets Janey, who loves him as plain old Eric Roudell, the wanna-be music teacher.
But secrets have a way of unraveling. When Janey discovers the truth about Eric/Derrick, how can she love someone she doesn’t even know? Especially since love is not on her to-do list?
My review: This book is a quick to read romance that is great if your looking for a fast, fun read. I thought that it was cute, but I didn't feel as though I got to really know or care about the characters. It is fast-paced, but at some points it left me confused. And I didn't feel that the ending tied the story up for me. I think I would have been less confused if I had read the other novellas in this series first. And maybe one of the other novellas will help with the ending too. I did like that it was clean and quick to read.
I was sent an e-copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
Labels: Clean Romance, Kristy Tate, Novella