When Amy’s mum dies, the last thing she expects is to be kicked off her dad’s music tour all the way to her Aunt Lou in a depressing hole of a seaside town. But it’s okay — Amy learned how to cope with the best, and soon finds a hard-drinking, party-loving crowd to help ease the pain.
The only solace is her music class, but even there she can’t seem to keep it together, sabotaging her grade and her one chance at a meaningful relationship. It takes a hard truth from her only friend before Amy realises that she has to come to terms with her past, before she destroys her future.
About The Author
Lauren McKellar grew up in a beachside town north of Sydney, Australia. A self-confessed nerd, Lauren spends every spare second she has writing books and hungrily devouring new releases from her favourite authors. With a passion for Young Adult and New Adult fiction, she especially loves stories that are real and flawed. Lauren is a magazine editor and freelance fiction editor. She juggles her time between editing, writing, and going for long walks on the beach with her partner and their two puppies. She loves to meet new people, so feel free to chat with her on Twitter, Facebook, or on her blog.
What I Think
Where to start with this book???? i loved it and it has given me a book hangover something that i have not had in a long time, once starting i could not put it down i just had to see what happened and if everything was going to work out.
The main Female character Amy was going through so much after the death of her mother and her father trying to make it big as a rockstar being on tour, she was drinking trying to i guess numb everything so not having to deal with it.
Amy's father sent her to a small town where her aunt was to finish school off but being out of mainstream school for so long it was sort of hard for her to get back into it, but she found a few people that warmed up to her.
I have given this book my highest rating of five readers, i loved it and couldnt get enough. I will be buying anything Lauren K. McKellar writes.