Series: Lucy & Harris #1
Genres: Best Friends, Coming of Age, Contemporary Romance, Musician, New Adult, Romance
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So yeah, my dad is a rock star; he’s the drummer for Demon’s Wings. Big whoop. Honestly, the fame that comes with having a famous dad is not all that you think it might be. It sucks. You have no privacy. Oh yeah, and don’t let me forget about the lunatics that want to do who knows what to you just to get famous. When I leave the house every morning I feel like my life isn’t my own. Between the paparazzi, the fans, my bodyguard, and everything else I feel like I’m part of the freak show in the circus most days.
It wasn’t always like this, though. I didn’t always feel like this. Once upon a time I had a best friend who helped me deal with this life that we both belonged to.
So yeah, my dad is a rock star; he’s the drummer for OtherWorld. And Lucy was and always will be the only girl to ever know the real me. She was my best friend, my voice of reason. My SANITY. Maybe she outgrew me. But I will never outgrow her. It’s been years since I’ve seen her, and I miss her so damn bad. All I want is a chance to get back what we’ve lost, to have my best friend in my life again.
I wasn’t counting on how grown up my friend might have gotten, how beautiful she is now. The more time I spend with this new Lucy, I have to wonder if I really want that old friendship back…or if I want much, much more.
I love best friends who turn into something more, I don’t know why but I really do. Now normally I am not a huge fan of novellas, I like full length books because I like to follow the characters on a journey, but these novellas follow the same cast of characters and lead into a full length book, so I was willing to give this novella a shot.
So Lucy and Harris basically grew up around each other, they both come from families that have money and are celebrities, so its understandable how they would be able to bond with one another. But when the book starts, it seems like Lucy and Harris are more than a little bit on the outs. Lucy is basically avoiding him and Harris is determined to get Lucy back in his life.
These novellas are pretty short so I don’t want to go to far into the story or I think I would ruin the enjoyment of the book. But I really did enjoy beginning to get to know these two characters. I liked how they got along, and how things were so strained in the beginning and then really evolve into something more. I liked how Harris is really a pretty honorable guy who wants to not only do right by Lucy but also do right by their families and friends. It was easy to really like them both, and I look forward to seeing where there journeys take them, and maybe get a little more insight into their respective pasts.