Lissa's Review: Keep (Seaside Pictures #2) by Rachel Van Dyken
Publisher: Van Dyken Enterprises INC
Released: July 11, 2016
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Length: 297 pages
My name's shouted on rooftops. It's written on bras, bathroom stalls, hell my name is everywhere. To say my name is to experience an orgasm without ever leaving your house. My name? Zane "Saint" Andrews. I'm sex. I'm a rock god. I'm also a virgin. What they don't know won't kill them right? Give the people what they want. And what they want is the idea of me; the pleasure they gain at listening to my song and knowing without a doubt I'm talking about them and only them. It worked for a while. Until a nerdy girl with glasses falls at my feet, literally, and suddenly I don't want to be Saint anymore, what I want? What I really need? Is to be kept. By her.
Five (Huge) Boundless Stars
Keep, is one of those stories that really grabs you. It really just held my heart. I felt their love, their heartbreak, and their love again.
Zane is so hilarious and so full of life. Even at the times he feels that he has no idea whats going on with his life. Having writers block and afraid of the future. I loved how Fallon and Zane meet and their banter with each other, it’s just.. I fell in love with these characters. In the very first book you got little pieces of Zane. But now you get everything.
I was thinking just the other day, that a book really hadn’t made me tear up in awhile. I yearned for it in a way, only a reader can understand. I wanted to be engulfed in this epic romance. I wanted to feel what the characters felt. And as usual, when I think of something, it happens in a few days. This was a surprise release and I’m glad I stopped what I was doing to read it.
Rachel, really surprises me every time. The way she’s able to write, like these characters are real. I felt the ache in my chest and yes I did cry. I’m not ashamed. I loved Keep, it kept me and wouldn’t let me go till the very end.
I can’t give this book any more than Five Boundless Stars. But trust me, If I could give it more, I would.