Book Reviews, Romance  |  04.21.2020

‘Til the Last Lyric by M. Robinson

โญโญ (2.5 Stars)

This is me after reading this book: ๐Ÿ˜”

I was so optimistic after From the First Verse, that book had only the necessary amount of drama, it was well-balanced, and after the cliffhanger, I was looking forward to “Till the Last Lyric”.

Unfortunately, this was too over the top for my taste. The drama, on top of drama, on top of drama, was very unrealistic, to the point that it was almost comical.

I could overlook Cash being the stereotypical rockstar that has issues with substance abuse, but the fact that he needed an 18-year-old (12 years younger than him) to be the voice of reason constantly was too much. There was also a problematic scene towards the end that I wasn’t a fan of.

I really was rooting for Cash and the continuation of his story with Journey/Juney, but the repetitive attitudes and the fact that everything needed to happen at the same time took away from what could have been a delicate and emotional story.

This was an ARC kindly provided in exchange for an honest review.

Find the book here:

Amazon: https://amzn.to/3a2pOUP

Apple: https://apple.co/2TeWgwr

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Kobo: http://bit.ly/2PcyJe3

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