Unpopular opinion here, I know, but this one didn't work for me. I LOVE Jimmy and Lena. They are both awesome characters. I love both of their strengths, how hard she works to support him and how hard he battles his addictions. I just didn't love the execution. It was too long and there was too much emotional whiplash. I wanted them to work together more instead of continually hurting each other in the name of "doing the right thing" or whatever.
(3/3) And then because really I'm more about the broody heroes and because I love the assistant trope (though this is a different version of that trope) I bought this one. And it is also great but I'm honestly exhausted after two late nights reading, especially after daylight savings, so I'm putting it aside for a moment while I catch up on sleep. Jimmy and Lena deserve my full attention. Kylie Scott has moved from don't buy to almost auto-buy!
I challenge you to read the first two pages of Lead and not love the heroine. She keeps her composure--and stays snarky and funny--in extreme circumstances. A rock star romance between a lead singer getting off drugs and the fierce, plump, non-fan who falls in love with him despite herself.
Just going to keep going in the series I started during #readathon! It's too fun to stop!