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26 August 2019
Forget The Stars
Kelsey Kingsley
“Imagine that great big sky with only one star. How underwhelmin’ it’d be ... The stars aren’t in competition Molls. They sky is big enough for all of ‘em, and every single one is needed to help each other shine and become a part of somethin’ huge and beautiful.”
At a time when Chad is at his lowest he comes to the realisation that his girlfriend of 8 years treats him like dirt. She is not by his side and is scathing of his illness. She becomes his ex. Chad deserves better!
Molly and Chad grew up together but drifted apart over the years. He has no idea how talented his, rekindled, best friend truly is.
The irreverent Sebastian shows his caring side “You’re my best friend’, he admitted with sincerity. ‘So, do me a favour and get better.” But is also at his sarcastic and inappropriate best most of the time. All of the band mates show what impressive humans they are.
This book does not shy away from living with a chronic disease, but it is not all filled with doom and gloom. It is challenging and sensitive, compassionate and character filled.
Forget the Stars can be read as a stand-alone novel with hea, however I suggest you read this series in order to get the best out of it. It can be called: second chance, best friends to lovers, rock star romance but while it is all of these it is really just a great story about two unique characters.
I received an arc of this book.
5 stars
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