Top critical review
Reread Lick or Play rather that waste money on this deadly dull book.
7 September 2016
I understand what Kylie Scott was attempting to achieve here. People don't always achieve their dreams of fame and fortune and there is a flip side to the Stage Dive type of success. For me it didn't gel into a classic romance and I didn't much care if Vaughan and Lydia reached their happy ever after. Also after such a fantastic series as stage dive (apart from Ben and Lizzie) I imagine it's difficult to create a new magic. To me there was no magic and Vaughn simply wasn't a nice guy. Imagine this reader, Lydia has just discovered her husband to be is gay and she escapes into Vaughans home. Through a series of supposedly funny episodes Lydia is left dressed in her bridal corset and asks Vaughan if he could provide a shirt to cover up. Vaughn apologizes and explains his luggage has been lost. Later it's revealed that he did have shirts and he just did not want her to cover her gorgeous rack. So reader if this scenario delights you then this is the book for you. If like me you like your heroes sexy, wicked, delicious and appreciative of female anatomy and most of all considerate this is not the book for you.