About the Book
As a professional sound engineer, I’m around musicians every day, so I know what I’m talking about when I say they aren’t boyfriend material. They’re only looking out for number one, and that ain’t you, honey. Give them a map with destination Not on Your Life, Mister highlighted, underlined, and circled for good measure.
That being said, what am I supposed to do with Asher No
rth, lead singer of the band True North and my new boss? My glares don’t intimidate him, and my sarcasm only seems to draw him closer instead of pushing him away. The longer we’re on tour together, the less my rules make sense. And the more he looks at me the way he does, as if he can see right through the wall I’ve so diligently constructed, the more I want to throw those rules right out the window.
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In My Opinion
Throughout the Sewing in SoCal series, Betsy was the member of this group of friends I felt the least connected to, but also knew there was a story behind her sarcasm and standoffish-ness. Well, in the series finale, we get Betsy’s full story.
An event in Betsy’s past that changed the dynamic of her family still haunts her, and because of that, she lives by a strict rule. But you know what they say about good intentions, and when Asher North enters the picture, he challenges everything Betsy believes about musicians.
I appreciated how Asher’s heart was in the right place with his music, how he looked out for the members of his band, and how he didn’t let his mother’s attitude deter him from pursuing his dreams of music.
Betsy allowed me to catch up with the other four friends as well as delve into the hurts the main character carried. It is a delightful end to the series.
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