America’s most famous pop star flees the spotlight to recover from her latest break-up in Maine—only to fall for a local boy and be faced with an impossible choice at the end of the summer: her new guy, or her music.
Multiplatinum pop icon Lily Ross’s biggest hits and biggest heartbreaks (because they are one and the same):
1. AGONY. (That feeling when her ex ripped her heart out of her chest and she never saw it coming.)
2. GHOSTS. (Because even famous people are ghosted by guys sometimes. And it sucks just as much.)
3. ONCE BITTEN. (As in: twice shy. Also, she’s never dating an actor or a musician ever again.)
But this summer’s going to be different. After getting her heart shattered, Lily is taking herself out of the spotlight and heading to a small island in middle-of-nowhere Maine with her closest friends. She has three months until her fall tour starts-three months to focus on herself, her music, her new album. Anything but guys.
That is . . . until Lily meets sweet, down-to-earth local Noel Bradley, who is so different from anyone she’s ever dated. Suddenly, Lily’s “summer of me” takes an unexpected turn, and she finds herself falling deeper and harder than ever before. But Noel isn’t interested in the limelight. She loves Noel-but she loves her fans, too. And come August, she may be forced to choose.
You should know by now that I am not much of a Romance novel type of chick. Yet, I am trying not to restrain myself to specific genres and treat the rest with disdain. Therefore, I force myself into reading Romance novels once in a while, just to check if my femininity is somewhere to be found… Alas it is still missing, but that doesn’t mean I will not give the book credit and objective evaluation.
So, Sing by Vivi Greene: was exactly what I expected, in a good way, I think… What I mean by that is it was a generic love story, with generic characters and generic plot. So far so good. If Romance is your thing: I am sure you’re going to love it. It was an easy-breezy beach read, that brings freshness and frivolity to your everyday life. Jesus, this sounded like an always commercial. I am so sorry guys, I don’t mean anything bad by it, but it is really just an enjoyable easy read that doesn’t dare the reader with anything. It was designed to bring joy and it executes its purposes BRILLIANTLY.
It’s a fluffy book about a Taylor Swift-esque pop star, who becomes introspective after experiencing many of the same relationship problems that Taylor Swift has experienced in real life.
Though the book ends exactly how you think it will end, it’s a worthwhile journey that helps us not only understand the mind of someone who is constantly scrutinized, but also just the mind of a young teenaged girl as well.