You know, the Drazens are where it all started for us and our C.D. Reiss love affair and here we are again, with another Drazen story. It's been a while, or so it seems, and being back in their world again makes me want to deep dive all the way to the very beginning--to Beg.
In Margie's book, Secret Sins, I was surprised at how much melancholy I felt running through it. In other Drazen books I've been dazzled by the angst and twists and high drama and sex so I think I thought this novel would fall into a similar path; and sure, it has all of the things the other novels have, it also has this tinge of melancholy.
I liked it. I liked that Margie is so fiesty and messed up and that all the 80s and 90s references are accurate and throw me in the way back machine. I like the way the story bounces between the two time frames while also building to that intense chapter. And I really like that the next book is coming our way soon.
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There were three of us.
Strat. A rock god who walked on air.
Indy. A handsome musician smart enough to live through stardom.
Me, a girl with everything to lose and nothing she wanted to keep.
I loved them both.
They say three's a crowd, but maybe I liked crowds...until the one thing I wanted to keep was stolen out of my arms.
I left that world, straightened up, went to law school.
I was fine until Indy walked back into my life to remind me of what I'd lost.
They say there's no time like the present, but when the past shows up with an invoice there's gonna be hell to pay.