Thursday, 24 March 2016

Blog Tour Review ~ Where Lightning Strikes (Bleeding Stars, #3) by A.L. Jackson

Where Lightning Strikes (Bleeding Stars, #3)
eARC received via the tour company in exchange for an honest review

Release Date: March 22nd 2016

Publisher: Self-published

Do you know what it feels like right before lightning strikes? How you can feel the current running through your veins? The trembles of warning that ripple through the air? It was a thrill Tamar King chased all her life until it became the very thing she had to escape. 
For the last four years, Tamar King has hidden herself in an isolated world she created. She was safe. No one could touch her. Until Lyrik West walked through her door. 
He’s the lead guitarist for Sunder and everything she can never have. The dark and beautiful rock star becomes everything she craves. 
Lyrik’s life has been devoted to his band and that success has cost him. Bitter, hard, and filled with regret, he refuses to lose himself again, but from the moment he sees her, he wants one night with Tamar King. 
The gorgeous bartender is more than he bargained for. Their attraction is consuming. Their desire overpowering. With one touch, they ignite. 
But is it worth the cost of getting burned?
She’s a gorgeous nightmare and he’s a wicked dream…

WHERE LIGHTNING STRIKES, a Bleeding Stars Stand-Alone Novel

My Opinion

I read the first two books in this series last year so I couldn't wait to get my hands on Lyrik's story. Although a spin-off Where The Lightning Strikes can be read as a standalone, however I'd recommend reading the others first so you get the full effect.

Just like with Baz, I liked Lyrik's haunted character. Although I had my suspicions about what he hid in his past I didn't fully guess. It was what kept me reading and I think him and Tamara complimented each other well. They were two broken pieces who became whole and found their courage through the other.

In general the plot was interesting and did hold my attention. I did feel the middle could have been cut down a bit as some of the internal monologues became a bit long and repetitive to slow the pace, but mostly it was good.

Overall, a good read. I'll definitely be looking out for the next book.



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1 comment:

  1. Thank you for the review! :) Glad that you enjoyed the book


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