Six Ways to Write a Love Letter by Jackson Pearce
Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca
Genre: General Fiction (Adult), Romance
No. of Pages: 343
Date of US Publication: 5 July, 2022
My Rating: 2 Stars
tw - serious religious abuse during childhood of MMC
There was nothing about the description or the cover that would suggest that this is more than a light, frothy and fun romance, however, as I read, I realized just how misleading the synopsis was. The religious and abuse aspects of MMC’s parents was awful and I had to skim over those parts.
If I had been aware that abusive religion was such a large portion of the book I wouldn’t have read it.
Due to that, this one wasn’t for me.
eARC kindly provided by SOURCEBOOKS Casablanca and NetGalley. Opinions shared are my own.
Beloved author Jackson Pearce brings her trademark humor and emotion to a compelling and hopelessly romantic story about how impossible fame and love can be on their own, much less together.
Maybe everything they say about Vivi Swan is true.
Maybe America's Sweetheart is all fluff and no substance.
And maybe every guy she dates is fodder for her next breakup song.
But session drummer Remy Young doesn't care. Touring with Vivi Swan means more money than he and his brother could ever earn on their own. And he's smart enough to keep himself away from drama.
Then a bus mix-up forces Remy and Vivi to spend hours together, and he's surprised to discover that she's nothing like the rumors said. When she asks for his help writing her next song, he's immediately on board—for professional reasons, of course.
Soon, it's clear that every variation of their song is just a different way to write a love letter, even as Remy wonders if he's setting himself up to be the next guy on her list of exes. And when Vivi's private life and public facade finally clash, a celebrity gossip blog threatens everything they've created together...
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