Monday, August 3, 2020

Jess's Review ~ 'Til the Last Lyric by M. Robinson

'Til the Last Lyric (Life of Debauchery, #2) My rating: 5 of 5 stars


This book...I felt in my soul.

Full disclosure, I could not read this book in one sitting. I would read, then had to stop, do other things, message book friends about how it scared me and then repeat. There is something about these characters that this author creates that just get to me on a different level. I am not a fan of angst, I don't want my heartstrings pulled and time and time again I come back for more.

You cannot read this without having read the first book, this is a duet after all. And I also find that it is helpful knowing the other people involved. I haven't read every one of her books, but I have read a majority of them and I just find that sense of home and familiarity helpful. It certainly adds to heart-in-the-throat-so-you-can-not-fucking-breath-thing.

I can't really talk about the story much because you should not know what to expect. You should know that Cash McGraw is about to go on a very difficult journey and Journey Pierce is right in the thick of it. Journey is this old comforting soul packed into a young body, while Cash is rock n' roll legend running from his demons. How they work is beyond me but they truly are soul-mates and that connection is a profound one. Not time nor major screw-ups change this crazy thing called love. It was certainly an emotional rollercoaster, where I found myself laughing at the ridiculousness of the Debauchery boys one minute, to slamming my phone down because hurt the next. You are in for one hell of a ride.

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