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Don't Judge the Book by It's Cover:
Kyle Cross might look like a bad-boy with his tats and piercings, but he was really a good guy who always get to solve the band's problem and never gets the girl. It was always his brother, but I'm glad he never resents him. They have been through a lot since they were young, and have each other's back - and nothing changed.
I fell in love with their band reading More Than Music, this story happened before they entered the show - it was great to see Jared and Maddie pre-More Than Music. The band joined a contest, against one school, but they encountered a problem when their bassist didn't show up. He must find her, with the help of the person he least likely expect to meet again: Alexis.
She left him when she decided to go to Princeton and he decided to stay. But now, she's back- and he wanted him back again. It was a mistake letting him go back then, but first she needed to make him believe that she was in for the long haul.
But he needs to shed off a little good, and put on a little bad if he wants to get the girl and the first place. He was willing to finally give his past a chance, until old issues resurfaces and he might get his heart broken again.
It was SHORT, FAST-PACED, SEXY & SWEET. It reminds readers never to judge someone by their appearance because there is always more to a person than what meets the eye. I enjoyed reading this book and finished it with one sitting. I am not really a music fanatic, but I love the way Elizabeth described the scene, it was like hearing the noise, being in the midst of the crowd and cheering on your favorite band!
Elizabeth Briggs is a Young Adult and New Adult author who lives in Los Angeles with her British husband and a bunch of fluffy white rescue dogs. She's a guitar-playing geek who loves books, rock music, and video games, goes to Comic Con every year, and is still hoping to be a Jedi when she grows up.
Elizabeth currently works with WriteGirl to mentor at-risk or pregnant teen girls in writing, to help them get through high school and into college. She also volunteers with Bichon FurKids to help rescued dogs find a new, loving home. She previously worked as an intern for literary agent Jill Corcoran of Jill Corcoran Literary Agency, an intern for Entangled Publishing, and an editor for Curiosity Quills Press.
Elizabeth is represented by Kate Schafer Testerman of KT Literary and is a member of SCBWI and RWA.
More Than Music (#1)
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