Friday, May 16, 2014

Sway by: Kate Roth Review

By: Kate Roth

Love. Family. Business.

Talent manager, Beau Harris only cares about one of those things. His career is suddenly in a downward spiral and the only friend he has left is client and pop star, Vanessa Curtis. 

Seeking refuge from the life he’s come to loathe, Beau moves in with Vanessa to focus on her upcoming tour. Yet unexpectedly, he ends up focusing more on his budding friendship with her sister and back-up dancer, Whitney.

Finally able to open up, Beau and Whitney share with each other the vulnerabilities they’ve hidden from the rest of the world. Unable to deny that their connection burns deeper than attraction, they’re forced to confront the feelings they’ve long since given up on. But the emotional baggage, the struggle to break old patterns, and the fear of what Vanessa will think makes falling in love more complicated than they could’ve imagined.

Love. Family. Business.

Those three things now hopelessly woven together, Beau will have to fight for the happily ever after he never knew he truly wanted.

**Sway is a stand alone adult contemporary romance in the Confession Records collection. Book 1, Natural Harmony, introduces characters that reappear in Sway but these books can be read in any order.**

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Overall Rating 4.5 Stars

***Received copy for her blog Tour***

            First off I didn’t realize that this was part of a series, so I was a little confused on the Beau story. Overall, I completely love this book. I fell in love with Beau on page one, and my opinion didn’t change for him throughout the book. Second off, OMG I love this author and her writing. Now that I know there is a book one I will be getting that and reading it.
            This book starts off twenty years earlier, when Beau was with Kelly She confesses that she had an abortion. That was really heart breaking. He was genuinely hurt by her actions. Then it catches up where up and he meets up with Vanessa. Who is a singer. One of Vanessa’s dancer catches his eye, he didn’t realize at the time that it was Whitney, Vanessa younger sister. From what I got is that Beau is a player who goes for younger women, but I didn’t think so in this book. Finally Beau and Whitney open up with one another, it’s all very sweet. Beau does have stuff from is past. Will this stuff have a major play in this duo’s relationship? Does things go south for the duo? How will this affect Vanessa? You need to read it to find out. This book will keep you interested until the final word. Thank you Kate for the FANTASTIC        book. HIGHLY recommend this book.


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