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  • I am smitten with the cast from this series.

    Drake has a lot more patience than I could ever dream of when it comes to dealing with Har. She is dead set on self-destruction. Every time a logical situation presents itself she goes all psycho high horse independent unthinking cave-woman. 75% of the time her logic made absolutely no sense to me. If she could get it from the collector then why not Drake? How would the change anything? It was still her idea! I wanted to shake her... okay I'm ranting Despite the edge to Drake, he was perfect for Har. He was her anchor her rock, even when she couldn't see it. Each time she would start to drift he would slowly reel her back in and ground her. Help her see herself in a positive light. I think in a lot of ways she grounded him as well. She saw him. The revelation about his singing and the depth behind his vocals - Ripped my heart out. Her uncle made me ill. In Song for Me, their story comes full circle. Harper is forced to face her fears and take that first step, though this time she is not alone. The shattered fragments that somehow became Harper's life are pieced back together. Drake was solid when it came to being there for Har. No matter how hard she pushed or how desperately she tried to run ~ He chased ~ He believed ~ He stayed. I am smitten with the cast from this series. Each character is written to complement their counterparts. Such a vast array of personalities and quirks make this little group feel like family. Easy to follow story lines that captivate and hold the reader from the opening page to the closing. There were a couple of plot related scenes I questioned~ it didn't lessen the overall story they just tickled at the back of my conscience causing me to keep asking why? But that is me. I am looking forward to the next story in this series This is book two in their duet so if you were waiting for the complete story you can indulge now.

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  • a roller-coaster of a ride

    4 Stars Reviewed by Lisa Late Night Reviewer Up All Night w/ Books Blog The second installment of Harper and Drake's story, Song for Me by Lee Piper, is just as good as the first, if not better! It picks up where we were left hanging in book one. You must read the first book to grasp and feel the intensity of this book. In the first book, we got the character build up and their relationships. Song for Me is non-stop everything from start to finish. Emotions jump off the pages and they are just so intense that you feel like you are burnt by them. I felt like this book just flew on by. I think that was more so because I was hooked and couldn't put it down. The angst, heartache, family love and drama, outside issues, enemies to lovers and a rockstar thrown together makes one story you won't forget. There is a gamut emotion in this story that I have not felt in a while reading. There was just enough of it all that you didn't want to say "enough is enough". It is so well written that I was sad when I was finished. Drake is nothing if not persistent. Even with what Harper accuses him of and how she tries with everything she has to walk away, he won't have any of it. Harper has had enough and the clock is ticking on a deal about to go south. When Harper and the persistent Drake collide, sparks fly, the world fades away and everyone can breathe a little easier. Or can they, when that many sparks fly? We are taken on a roller-coaster of a ride in this conclusion to the duet that I am ready to do a re-read already.

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