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Lissa's Review: Another Postcard (Stone Butterfly Rockstars Book 1) by Elle Christensen


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PUBLISHER VIA NETGALLEY

PUBLISHER: ELLE CHRISTENSEN

RELEASED: May 16, 2017

GENRE: NEW ADULT, ROMANCE, SUSPENSE

LENGTH: 334 pages

FORMAT: EBOOK

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Brooklynn Hawk is an enigma. Highly sought after for her incredible voice, her talent shines bright in the studio. But a dark past and a secret she holds close to her heart keep her from permanently stepping into the limelight. Until her favorite band offers her the chance to chase her dreams. As the lead singer for rock sensation, Stone Butterfly, Levi Matthews is wary of bringing in new talent. But, he has heard just how amazing Brooklynn is and when the need for another singer arises, he’s confident that she is the perfect addition. However, he doesn't count on laying his heart at her feet. But the world of music can be as dangerous as it is thrilling. Joining Stone Butterfly on tour was hard enough for Brooklyn, but when she finally succumbs to Levi's charms, the rock 'n' roll life turns deadly. Will Levi and Brooklynn keep their voices and their hearts entwined? Or will the music prove too hard to survive?

FOUR BOUNDLESS STARS

Another Postcard is a steamy rock star romance.

Levi is part of Stone Butterfly. A popular band with its own mix of different genres. Brooklynn is a vocalist with a troubled past.

I wanted to love this book. This is the first Christensen book I've read. So I really didn't know what to expect. Levi is pretty abrasive and stops at nothing to get Brooklynn. The whole time I was not sure if I even liked Levi. He was too cave mannish even if he's scorching hot and supremely talented.

The steamy sexy scenes were just that steamy. It kind of came off a bit corny, if that's the right word. I felt also that there was a lot of descriptions in the book, that weren't necessary. But it didn't stop me from enjoying their story. I just didn't come emotionally invested, as much as I wanted too.

But the way that Christensen described the music, I wish it was a real song that I could listen too.


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