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    Warm and Fuzzy

    This is one of those stories that I always say give you the warm and fuzzies! Form the moment I started this book I didn't want to put it down, I was truly invested in Paige and Dylan. My heart was in my throat every time Paige had to deal with a member of her family. I think Paige was perfect for Dylan, she was never given a chance to succeed and he is now not given an chance to prove himself. For as much as they have lead very different lives, they both want to prove many people wrong. Now I have to go read book 1, and wait not very patiently for book 3. #MSBB
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    Loved!

    Loved this book! Dylan and Paige are fantastic characters and they just seemed to bring out the best in each other. This is the second book in the Band on the Run series but it is easily read standalone. The writing is excellent and the story is fun and nicely paced. While the band's on hiatus Dylan is working hard to get himself together. Fresh out of rehab he's looking for something to keep him busy as well as complete his required community service hours. That's where Paige Walters comes in although she's not happy about it. Her sister has turned Paige's literacy campaign into a circus in Paige's opinion but with no other choice she has to go along with it. She tries to make the best of it. Spending time with Dylan is no hardship but as their attraction grows she worries how she'll ever say goodbye. I highly recommend this one.
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    Amazing!!

    Amazing. This is a book that I could not put down. Paige and Dylan both have obstacles that they need to overcome in their personal lives. Paige works for family PR firm but is always in the shadows,, but now has been assigned to help with the literacy campaign. Which she takes to heart, wanting famous authors to speak not musicians. Dylan a member of the Band on the Run, who is on a hiatus from after getting out of rehab for alcoholism. He has to serve community service, so this would be a perfect opportunity for him. Neither Paige or Dylan are happy with this journey, but Dylan will make the best of it. As they spend time together, they find they have more in common than they thought. In reality they seem like polar opposites. Loved both of these characters, both grew from each other. So much is thrown at them but they learn to stand up for each other. Great secondary characters. Loved Daisy, Paige's assistant, she makes me smile. Now on the other hand, Paige's sister, Ariel, I'd liked to take her into a dark corner and slap her around. It was great to see the other members of the band. Such great support for Dylan. This is not your typical rock star story. This is re-finding your life after the band and finding love when you least expect. This is the second story in the series but can be read as a stand alone.
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    Love Paige and Dylan

    Paige lives a life of rules, structure and safety. Dissatisfied with her job at her families PR firm, she struggles daily to be what they want her to be but can never measure up. When her sister steps into Paige’s latest project, despite screwing up some of the details, it actually ends up being the thing that will change Paige’s life. Instead of a literary genius, her sister has contracted a rock star to help push their new literacy campaign. Dylan is a recovering alcoholic. Now that he’s got rehab behind him, he’s finding life has nothing to really offer him. His band is on hiatus and even if it weren’t, he’s not sure he’s ready to be thrown back into that life again. Nevertheless, he’s bored and looking for the something more that life might offer him. Due to a court mandate, he must serve community service and he soon finds himself in the company of Paige with her quirky way of dressing, her large framed glasses and her disregard for his star status. I really enjoyed this story of Paige and Dylan. This was more of a character driven story rather than one led by drama or angst, and although there is just a tad, it isn’t the focal point of the book. I liked that this showed their relationship as true in that they both suffer from growing pains when learning to share their life with a significant other. Along the way, they each continue to seek out a way to make their professional lives more satisfactory even while blending it with their personal lives. This is well written and never bogged down. The secondary characters were terrific, even Paige’s family that I wanted to smack a time or two. The chemistry was spot on even if there isn’t a lot of sexy times shared with the reader. I didn’t miss it because these characters were so real to me, I just had to know how things were going to work out for them. This is an honest review of an advanced copy provided by NetGalley and Sourcebooks.
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    Missing pieces

    t amazes me how a book in a series can written as a stand alone but be interwoven with other books in the series. Confused? Don't be. The band on the run series is about the members of the band Shaunnessy. This is about the third member, Dylan. The first two members, Riley and Matt had their HEAs in previous books. And they and their wives show up in this book as well but it's all about Dyaln and his road to recovery. Dylan has just gotten out of rehab and is trying to find his way. Since part of his sentence from causing an accident is community service. His manager finds a literacy campaign that seems perfect. Dylan isn't so sure since his literacy was hard earned. He has come to love reading and even more so since his rehab. Paige is the brain behind the campaign. Her family owns and runs a PR company although her father and sister are the driving forces in it. Paige is the underappreciated go to person. Her sister steamrolls over her constantly. Its been a while since I've truly hated a character in any of Ms. Chase's series. The sister, yea, would have told her where to go. The person in Paige's life that I loved. Her assistant, Daisy. She is a breath of a tornado. Thought I was going to say fresh air? Nope, she's a whirlwind. The first meeting between Paige and Dylan could be described as close to a disaster as you could get. Until Paige really listens to Dylan. She is passed at her sister for taking over her campaign and adding celebrities to the list of people speaking for the campaign. She is a straight laced girl and when Dylan reveals some of his tattoos, she doesn't think she could be attracted to them. But as they talk, her opinion changes. As they continue to talk, they come to appreciate one another. They also become friends. Paige defends Dylan when she needs to and Dylan notices the way Paige is treated by her family. In defending Dylan, Paige and Dylan are thrown into a "fake" relationship. They already are friends in the true sense of the word. So it shouldn't be difficult to continue to hang out together. But Paige wants more. She wants to have the full relationship. Dylan doesn't want to act on his feelings for Paige because he's afraid of falling back into bad habits. I adored Paige. She is one of the strongest characters I've read in a while. She keeps her cool in the face of the family that continues to push her down. She keeps picking up their pieces when they let everything get away from her. And she realizes with Dylan what she's been missing out on, a life for herself. I loved the way this came together. It doesn't follow any of the typical tropes. It's a enemies to friends to lovers to nothing to lovers again. It is something totally different.
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