Review: Between Love & Fire by Dani René

Between Love & Fire Between Love & Fire by Dani René
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

"My body the lyrics, and his, the melody. Together our souls are a symphony."

Callum fucking Hayes is a rock god. His band, which includes his brother and their best friend is hugely successful. He's got the looks, the money, and the charm. The media portrays him as an asshole, which couldn't be further from the truth - at least at present. His true self, which appeared to be sexy, charismatic, and surprisingly wholesome, was made apparent when he set out to woo his new sound engineer intern, Tayla.

I loved how sincere Callum was. The author created a character who at once seemed untouchable and amazingly real. He was open and honest and I couldn't get enough of his interactions with everyone, especially Tayla. These two were so sweet together. Tayla was a bit damaged, which made her push and Cal's pull understandable in the circumstances.

The author also did a great job of introducing the other characters of the series. I liked getting glimpses of who they were as individuals and I'm excited to get to know each of them a little better. Just throwing it out there... I wouldn't be opposed to seeing more of Callum and Tayla.

Release Date: May 13, 2016
Genre: Contemporary Rock Star Romance
POV: Dual - 1st person
Heat: 4 out of 5
Type: Standalone - Book 1 of the Backstage Series

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