Series: The Grahams #3, Promise
Published by Jennifer Woodhull on November 8, 2018
Genres: Contemporary, Romance, New Adult
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He Knows How Lucky He Is... That Doesn't Mean He's Happy
I get it - A lot of folks would kill to be in my shoes. I make my living playing guitar. That beach anthem you've had on repeat all summer - the one with the pickup trucks and drinking beer by the bonfire... I'm the guy playing that killer guitar riff on it. The problem is, I hate my job. I'd rather be playing classical music. I want my legacy to be more than the answer to some question in a game of music trivia. In a guitar-town like Nashville, though, gigs playing my kind of music are few and far between. My brother-in-law lines up an audition for me with a classical musician looking for someone to play on tour, and I jump at the chance. When I meet the brooding star for the first time, though, I know I've signed on for a lot more than I bargained for. I've never been the type of guy to settle down with one woman. She's making me rethink that, and just about everything else I thought I knew. She's looking for forever. I just hope that's a promise I can keep.
Promise Me Forever:
This is the first book I have read by this author. I did not read the first two in the series, and I think I would have enjoyed this one more if I had read them.
I enjoyed Rome and Lauren, but only on their own. I didn’t really ever connect to them as a couple, and I never felt the need to root for them. That is something I have to have to fully enjoy a story. Some of the narratives felt off and that it was missing something. That took away from the story for me. Also, there was a lot of over the top drama that was thrown in for no other reason than to have it. It never progressed the story or added anything of value. These things that may seem small on their own make a big difference when they are all together. I really feel this author has a ton of potential but that this story just needed some work. I’d consider checking her out again because I can tell she has talent.