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Lissa's Review: Over the Hills and Far Away (NOLA's Own, #1) by Kelli Jean


Author Provided Copy Publisher: Self-Published Released: January 31, 2015 Genre: Romance Length: 387 Pages Format: eBook, Paperback Add to Goodreads Buy Links

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Synopsis

Kenna MacGregor was raised to believe that music is the language of the soul. That life is a song, pulsing with beats and rhythms, harmonizing the inner spirit with the energy of the universe. In a fated moment, she discovers the one person whose music reaches deep into her being, speaking to her in ways no one else ever could.He is the dominating, larger-than-life, in-your-face Phil Deveraux. He's the lead singer of her favorite band; her adolescent fantasy.She is just a face in the crowd. A face that Phil is destined to see, and would never forget.Lips touch, igniting an inferno-hot passion, melting two souls together in ways neither could foresee. Time stands still for these two, while life relentlessly moves forward for them both

.***DISCLAIMER***This is intended for readers 18 years and older. It contains subject matter of a mature nature: recreational marijuana use, strong language, sexual content, and violence. Four (3.5) Boundless Stars

Kenna is a free spirit. She loves her music and the first time she seen NOLA Jumk. She fell in love. Phil the lead singer is a force that Kenna can't stop. After a chance meeting at a show. He's someone she will never forget and vice Versa.

Their mutual attraction spans over years and even after not seeing each other for 5-6 years. I enjoyed their chemistry and the moment they were finally able to really see each other, was like a fireworks display of epic proportions.

The story did seem to drag a little. I like to get to the meat of the story. So it did take awhile to really get into it and finish it. I really did love Kenna, she was different. She wasn't like most girls and had aspirations. I mean she's a DR, how can you not have goals? I felt though that Phil was a little over the top. Like he was this massive caveman. I think In ways he was use to doing whatever, whenever and people just fell to their knees.

I'm still not sure of Phil, there's a lot of demons just above the surface. This was a good story and I did enjoy it. But he seriously needs to redeem himself. Keep in my mind, this story is not a lovey dovey story. It's very emotional and very raw.


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