The thing about love…
It’s kind & beautiful, soft & hard, forgiving & emotional, but love can also be blind. Love can twist and turn you into someone unrecognizable.
That’s the way it was for Josie and me. She became my everything. I fell heart over mind, allowing her to take the only thing that I could call my own. The life I envisioned for us was blurred by secrets, hard to overcome. She made me question whether what we had was based on truth or a lie.
Dalton was an obstacle in the way of what I’d always shied away from, and the only way to reach my end was through him. So, I made a choice to get close to him, even when I shouldn’t have. We were never meant to be what we became. I didn’t intend for something forced to turn into something real. In the end, Dalton was so much more than just a means to an end. He held the key to everything, including my heart. It was his to have, to hold, to break, and to mend.
That’s the thing about love…
It can’t be forced. It just happens, and once it’s in motion, it’s impossible to stop
I liked that the relationship between Josie and Dalton started off as a fake relationship but I really wasnt into the insta love. The fake relationship part of the story was the most interesting part but even then the characters we far too friendly too quickly. I thought that there would be more details about the band and Dalton but in fact there was hardly anything about the band.
I found the relationship between Rose and Luke more interesting than the relationship between Dalton and Josie and they were only mentioned for a few lines.
I really like the concept but this book was a miss for me.