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Addiction affects so many people nowadays and the the struggle is definitely real. In this second instalment about the band Dangerous Noise, we get Kit's story. He is a recovering addict, fresh out of rehab and is trying his hardest to stay clean. He has always thought of his band members little sister Piper as sweet and innocent. At 19 this is not far from the truth. Piper had always admired Kit and they both have shared abandonment issues and always feeling alone. They form a beautiful friendship and even though Piper wants more, Kit knows he is no good for her if he lapsed in his recovery.
I loved their chemistry and the bond they formed with one another. The narrators again really made this story come to life. I can't wait to hear Joel the drummer's story, i'm sure it will be another epic tale.
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Piper is the younger sister to Ethan and Malcolm who are in the famous band Dangerous Noise. Piper has secretly crushed on Kit who is the bassist in the band for years. Kit has been seeing Piper in a different light the older she has gotten and as their relationship evolves you see them both maturing and developing a sweet relationship.
Kai is a fantastic Piper and Wen is always making me melt no matter who his deep sexy voice is portraying. This team is fantastic and are a favorite of mine.
I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of This audiobook and it definitely didn't disappoint. Kit is moody sexy and damaged rock star.
Piper was lonely, her brothers are always away on tour, her parents are always gone and she hates her college course.
Kit is a recovering drug addict and craving a hit every day, Piper is his band mates\ best friends little sister and one rule you don't break is fall for your friends innocent little sister.
I loved how they played off each other throughout the book, they both denied there feeling for each other for so long because of the impact it would have on there loved ones, but it the end they ended up filling a while in each other's hearts that know one else would have been able to fill.