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    Young love in 2 very 'old souls'. I cried so much!

    Tryp and Elfie are young wonders in the rock world. The fact that 2 such young souls have lived through so much and survived is beyond remarkable. He NEEDS to be poured into bed every night. Drunk or stoned enough that he doesn't move, doesn't dream and doesn't think until the rehearsals or the concerts carry him away from himself in the waking hours. His drum sticks are an extension of his body. He needs them to beat his rage and pain away. Elfie, the tiny pyrotechnic wizard, with the corn flower blue eyes, always carries 'bombs' in her baggy, unassuming clothing. She, too, needs to have outlets for her frustration and rage. I read this book quite a while ago & decided to read it again last week. While waiting for another of Blair's books to be released. The attention to detail, which stunned me the first time, should have confirmed to me, that all of Blair's books are meticulous. I think these two are the youngest of Blair's pivotal characters and far too 'wise to the world' for their years. I absolutely loved how this love story played out. It is sweet, painful and gritty. Elfie's strength in an unimaginable crisis is so incredibly beautiful. From her corn flower blue eyes, that are such a facet of the burgeoning relationship with Tryp and mayhem that ensues down the road; to Tryp's dark Greek curls that never blend in, this book, I believe, had to conclude just the way it did! I love these characters and immediately searched them up in Dream on and Keep Dreaming(just saying.........
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    out of this world amazing

    Someone to Love seriously blew my mind while sending my system into complete shock. I never anticipated on finding such an intensely and heartfelt written masterpiece that shredded my very soul. The treasure that I uncovered brought me to knees in utter surrender. There is no denying that this story will stir your soul awake and emblazed your heart. No one can hide from the depth of emotion and the tremors of shock that will echo throughout your entire being. Elfie fled her home looking for a place where she could spread her wings and find herself. She never expected to find people who took her in with open arms and taught her a valuable trade that would help to enhance her future plans. She kept her nose down and worked hard never regretting the choices she made to get where she was. What she didn’t count on was finding herself thrust into Tryp’s life. It started out with a motivation to genuinely help him just once knowing what he was dealing with something that a person can’t handle alone. Then, things changed, or at least for her. Her motive changed to one of wanting to get to know him and help him as much as she could in order to ease his suffering. Tryp could see the difference that her courage and strength inspired in him, and he couldn’t bare to having her in his life. Will Tryp’s past destroy the beautiful promise that he can see just lurking past his vision, or will Elfie walk away before she ruins the hope that she sees reawakening from his past? I have been wanting to know more about Tryp. He felt like a lost soul that was an immensely important part of Killer Valentine and yet he didn’t really fit in with the others. He was a beautifully unique piece f the puzzle that makes up this wildly talented band, and without him, they would lose a big piece of their heart. I also couldn’t wait to find out about Elfie. There was something so intriguing about her that I was excited for this opportunity to get to know her on a more intimate level. These two were literally made for each other, and that shone brightly in obstacle and struggle they faced. Tryp had a huge heart full f untapped love that Elfie desperately needed, and Elfie’s courage and strength spurred on Tryp’s desire to make a change that only he could bring about. These two won my heart over in no time, and I couldn’t wait to see them finally come together and realize that they completed the other in every way that matters and more. I can never wait to get my hands on one of Blair Babylon’s books. They are incredibly extraordinary and out of this world amazing!! She is definitely one of my top favorite authors, and I treasure the opportunity to enjoy her brilliance and heart. I am looking forward to the next precious gem that she creates! I would encourage you to pick up one of her books today. You will never regret it.
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    My Favorite RSID!

    The Rock Stars In Disguise (RSID) is an AWESOME series that will hook you from the first words! These contemporary romance books are so much more than you’d expect from a typical rock star romance. It pulls us fully into the world of the band Killer Valentine – an up and coming rock group full of unimaginably talented and tortured souls. Each member has their own vibrant personality and jagged flaws; Blair pours their thoughts and experiences through the pages and embeds them directly into your brain (it’s amazing). These musos are brilliant and broken in unique and complicated ways. I’m a fan of Blair Babylon’s writing style and imagination – I’ve found her to be a first-rate storyteller across a multitude of series. Her books are well planned out, meticulously detailed, and superbly executed. Every story is emotional and intense. I was on a crazy-intense roller coaster of feels right from the start! This book is about Tryp and Elfie, and is the second story in the RSID series. Tryp, KV’s drummer, is outwardly living the rock star lifestyle, at times barely functional due to drug and alcohol abuse and past hurt. Elfie is the band’s pyrotechnics engineer, bribed by the manager into the additional job of “handling” Tryp and try to keep him out of trouble (or at the very least, alive). She's smart, independent, and blows things up for a living. Elfie wants nothing to do with Tryp other than as a means to an end for her own long-term goals. She hasn’t had an easy life either, but she is a good person and treats him kindly (even when he’s a mess). She soon realizes that there is much more to Tryp and his vices than she could have ever imagined. Slowly, Tryp and Elfie learn to trust each other (and themselves), and start working together to excise their demons. They find that they are stronger than they know, and better together. They deserve their HEA, but in true Blair style, those traumas won’t be going down without a fight!
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    Somebody to Love

    I like this series. This book is not the best in the series, but still enjoyable.
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    Love Tryp and Elfie. No cliffhanger!

    Tryp is a seriously troubled rock star and Elfie is a troubled pyrotechnics technician for the band Killer Valentine. This was a great story and there is no cliffhanger. Elfie is tasked with babysitting Tryp in addition to her duties as a pyrotechnics technician. They grow close and during the telling of their love story you learn about their troubled pasts. This story is part of the Rock Stars in Disguise series but you don't need to have read any of the other stories to enjoy this one. I have to say that I don't usually read Rock Star romances but I have really enjoyed reading the books in this series. If you usually read Rock Star romances then I know you will really like this one. A word of caution - there is a lot of strong/adult language in this book. If you are offended by liberal use of four letter words this story might not be for you.
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