Blurb: Parental Discretion is Advised. Annie Logan and her band, White Rush, have been waiting years for their big break. Taking a last chance at stardom, Annie enters them into a ‘battle of the bands contest’ and wins an opportunity to perform with the legendary rock band, Thrust. This twist of fate puts Annie on a collision course with her larger-than-life rock hero, the infamous guitar God, Michael Wade. Annie’s model good looks and Michael’s dangerously raw rock ‘n’ roll swagger are like a burning fuse on a stick of dynamite. Would she be the woman to finally tame Michael’s wild ways and show him the true meaning of love or would the gritty reality of the music industry prove to be more than she could handle?
Genre: Romance; Music
Length: 512 Pages
Published: 2009 by CreateSpace
I needed to read something that has some romance, huge drama, and a little scandal. This book had it all. And it also came with beautiful rook god that made this story even more interesting to read.
The beginning was okay. Ann Lister did a fine job in drawing an image of a woman who struggled in life but at the same time tried to pursuit her dream. When Annie met Michael, the story seemed to get more interested. The spark between them made me glue to the book. However, for me, the story was too long. They had too much of a same mistake, misunderstanding, and mistrust. It was like I kept walking in the same circle over and over again and that got me bored. I thought the reason might be since it was a famous rock star’s love story that why they were like being together and then break up. After a while, they decided to try to work thing out again and again. But still Sheet Music is worth your time.
The characters were involved in the music business and together they made the story seemed real to me. Everything you have read about them in tabloid; you can find it in this book but even more inside. They all brought the Rock ‘n’ Roll story into life. Annie was the woman who had trust issue and saw things in black and white. And somehow she fell in love with rock god whose world was color of gray. I didn’t see how it’d work out and that made me kept reading and cheering. Michael was so artist … emotionally. He had many things (more than his look) to fall for and that was why I was really like him. Brain was a jerk most of the time but he also had charisma that prevented you from hating him. Other female characters, you had to find out yourself who was good and who was bad (I had a list of my own).
All in all, “Sheet Music” was the rock ‘n’ roll love story that kind of rocks my world. Melody