#Review – LOVE’S RIFF by Jenny Siegel

 

4 Stars

Review
This is the first book that I have read by Jenny Siegel and it will not be my last! I enjoyed this story and the writing was smooth (less some editing recommendations). We can all relate to being guarded after a bad break-up so the story felt real while reading. I could see myself in Taylor’s shoes during most of the story, especially the traffic situation (you just never know who you may flip off LOL). Enjoyable read before bed or on vacation! 

I received a free copy in exchange for an honest review.

 


 
Synopsis

Most girls deal with a bad break-up with a pamper session and a shopping trip. Not nineteen-year old Taylor Devlin. With her confidence at an all time low, she immerses herself in music. It isn’t just something she’s good at, it’s in her blood. 

So when her best friend convinces her to audition for an up and coming band, Rebellious Youth, she figures she has nothing left to lose. Only she didn’t plan on catching the eye of sexy-as-sin lead guitarist Cal Jensen. Taylor knows all about bad boy rockers and has absolutely no intention of going there, again. Even if Cal Does make her feel alive, in the same way getting lost in a riff does. But it’s hard to move past her own insecurities, and Taylor isn’t sure if she’s ready to let Cal prove that not all rockers are heartbreakers. 


She knows music can heal her heart, but what if only Cal can make her whole?

 

 

 

MeetTheAuthor
Jenny writes new adult romance. When she’s not writing (or entertaining two little terrors)Jenny is glued to her Kindle, or plotting or daydreaming about hot tattooed heroes that will sweep a girl off her feet.
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