Welcome to a seductive world where two solo artists combine their talents-and their hearts-to make beautiful music together…
SHE’S GETTING INTO THE GROOVE
Lacy Dawson is a young singer-songwriter with a record deal, a studio gig, and a serious case of writer’s block. After looking for love songs in all the wrong places, she finds inspiration at an online support group called Song Writers Anonymous. Thanks to one mysterious member who motivates her and inspires her, Lacy’s career is back on track. But is she ready to meet her sexy musical muse…face to face?
HE MAKES HER HEART SKIP A BEAT
Eli is definitely interested in hooking up with Lacy, aka “LoveCoda.” But between writing her new album and his band’s success, they can’t find the time to face the music-or each other-about their burgeoning online romance. All that changes when Eli and Lucy get booked on tour together. In person, the attraction is all too real and explosive. They both should walk away, but once they are in each other’s arms, there is no turning back…
Lacy is a singer/songwriter who has been suffering from a case of writer’s block. She seeks help online from a group of anonymous songwriters on a website after her fiancé/muse was killed. It is there that she develops an online relationship with Eli. Neither one knows who the other is, because they use screen names to interact with each other. Eli’s band is about to go on tour and he asks Lacy to be their opening act. Unfortunately, she thinks that the lead singer of Eli’s band, Jax, is the man she has been talking online with and that he is her new muse, leaving Eli crushed because they slept together
I found Love Struck to be slow moving and not as interesting as the first book in the series. Lacy is the sister of book 1’s heroine, which is how they are tied together. The changing POV confused me at times and I had to go back and reread certain parts to double check to see who was on point. Also, after having sex and developing feelings for Eli, she jumps the ship and is in insta-love with Jax because she thinks he is her online muse? I know feelings change, especially when someone loses the one she loves, but I’m still baffled. But, that’s my issue.
Overall, this isn’t a horrible book, but I did not connect well enough with the characters to fully enjoy it