Saturday, June 15, 2019

You'd Be Mine by Erin Hahn - HIGH

You’d Be Mine by Erin Hahn, 272 pages.  Wednesday Books (Macmillan), 2019.  $19.  

Content: Language: R (100+ swears; 36 ‘f’); Mature Content: PG-13; Violence: PG-13.  



Clay is a bad boy country Rockstar who at eighteen is notoriously a ladies’ man and likes to find trouble.  In order for his label to keep him on, he needs to secure an up and coming singer named Annie, who is notoriously a good girl.  Annie has her own issues though, including living in the shadow of her famous musician parents, who died from a drug overdose and suicide.  Broken Annie and breaking Clay must learn to get along in order to keep their dreams of being musicians, but they when they begin to have feelings for each other, the both have to face the past.  

I enjoyed the romance between Clay and Annie, even if the beginning seemed a bit insta-love.  There were times where the story seemed less developed than it could have been, but overall, I think readers looking for a Rockstar romance will enjoy this.  The content includes sexual references, underage drinking and drug use as well as a descriptive suicide and drug overdose.  

Reviewer, C. Peterson

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