September 18, 2017 2 min to read
Category : Reviews
This could ruin everything.
I was born broken, with a past full of ugly secrets and a brother doing life in prison.
Not that you’d know it if you read the tabloids. According to them I’m the rock-solid guitarist for the biggest band in the world. I’m the dependable one. The steady one. The anchor.
They don’t know the truth. No one knows who I am underneath, once the music is over and the lights are off.
No one but Darcy.
She’s my best friend. She’s my f*cking savior, my light in the dark, beautiful as hell and talented as f*ck and every bit as broken as me.
And I f*cking yearn for her. I have for years. I see the way she looks at me, what’s behind her eyes.
I know what she thinks about alone, in the dark, because how could I not know.
It’s getting worse. Every second, every heartbeat, every moment we spend together and every secret we share makes me want her more. Even though I know that one kiss could ruin everything we have, I need her.
But to get her? I’ll risk everything I’ve got.
Always You is a completely standalone, full-length novel that’s Book Two of the Dirtshine series.
Genre: Romance – Friends-to-lovers, Rockstar
Part of a Series: Yes – Book 2 of the Dirtshine Series (Reading book 1 just enhances your enjoyment)
POV: Darcy and Trent
Steam Level: Toasty
Best friends and band mates Trent and Darcy are inseparable and secretly in love. But they also have to live and work together on the road and don’t want to ruin their friendship or the band that is bouncing back/touring from their sordid rock-n-past. I enjoy the friends-to-lovers genre of romance and Always You by Roxie Noir was quite the fun read. I like the other elements of not only friendship but also a working relationship that could be put at risk by getting into a relationship. Roxie Noir does a fabulous job of portraying these feelings and anxieties without making the book too angsty. Always You is funny, sweet, and sexy. It reminds readers that your past plays are part in who you choose to be but doesn’t define you.
I received an advanced copy of this book from the author. This is my honest and voluntary review.
- I think about fucking my best friend a whole goddamn lot for someone who does not want to fuck her best friend.
- Sometimes the bullshit details are the important part.
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