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Fade Into You (Shaken Dirty) by [Wolff, Tracy]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1239 KB
  • Print Length: 300 pages
  • Publisher: Entangled: Brazen (15 Feb. 2016)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B017RBWIB8
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars 10 customer reviews
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I love Shaken Dirty band and this is a book that I have been waiting for, for along time. I did enjoy this book. It's a great story, it's all about Wyatt after he comes out of rehab. He spent 3 months in rehab and then he comes out.
Poppy is great in this book and her father being in charge of the record label and him being a male chauvinist pig, she wants to show her dad she is good in the music world but he doesn't believe her and keeps her behind the scenes instead of letting get involved in any bands.
Her brother Shaken Dirty's manager asks Poppy to babysit Wyatt after he comes out of rehab to stop Wyatt from relapsing and costing the label even more money. Shaken Dirty needs a new base guitarist after they fire Micah. Poppy has to lie to the band but she encounters something in an ally near the club she is meeting Shaken Dirty and things don't go to plan.
The sex scenes are hot, the story and plot were good and it was written well. Why I gave this book 4 stars (really 4.5) is because of two reasons. 1) a lot of things happen, so much drama that it happens all in two weeks. There is a lot of drama that it no way should take two weeks and I feel that it was slightly rushed.
2) the first 2 books 'Crush into me' and 'Drive me crazy' the ending of those books in the epilogue they were sitting at a Shaken Dirty concert with some information about what has happened to them in the last few months. In this book there is no epilogue so when it ended I was like ' oh, that's the end' for me the ending of this book does not tie up lose ends like the first 2 books did. I felt the ending was a little rushed.
The books starts off at a really good pase but then it's like it ends all of a sudden.
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I'd waited for what seems like years for this book, having read and loved the previous books in the series. Wyatt is such a focal point in the other book and such a tragic and damaged character, that I could wait to read his book. However if I'm honest I really struggle to read this book, I just couldn't connect with the characters and there was just something missing.. I'm so disappointed and was expecting something so different and I'm not sure why but for me this just didn't deliver.
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After waiting for a long time for this book I wasn't dissapointed reading it.
This is the 3rd book of this series and deals with the strugle to stay off drugs and alcohol.
That being said it is still very much a romance with all the highs and lows and happy ever afters.
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To say I had high expectations for Fade into You is putting it mildly. We've had a fair old wait for the third in Tracy Wolff's Shaken Dirty series, but it was worth it. Not only is it my favourite of the the three so far, but I do believe it's by far my favourite book from the Brazen imprint.

"In his story, he’s the villain, and there’s not a damn thing any of us can do to convince him otherwise."

Wyatt Jennings hasn't had an easy time of things throughout the series. We've seen his heroin addiction spiral out of control affecting him and the band who are also the closest think he has to family, but the man stole my heart long ago. Having spent weeks in rehab he's out and determined that his demons won't beat him. And he got the story he so deserved.

"...how ironic was it that her name was Poppy, when for years that little red flower had been the biggest nemesis in his life."

When it comes to a sex scene Tracy Wolff has mad skills. The build-up and feeling she creates is something else, and Wyatt and Poppy have an explosive chemistry. But their story is more than that, it had to be because regardless of the fact that Wyatt is sexy and funny and sweet, he's damaged and vulnerable. Poppy was perfect for him; she's strong and determined and her belief in him brings out many of the emotional moments.

"I’m so glad you survived, baby. I’m so glad you’re here, with me, right now."

I am such a groupie as far as these men are concerned. Their dynamic is perfect; their verbal-sparring brings some great humour and their close friendships are quite touching. My only disappointment was how rapidly it ended in comparison to the previous two books, but Fade into You is a stellar addition and I can't wait for Jared and Drew's stories.

Copy received courtesy of Entangled Publishing via NetGalley for an honest and unbiased opinion.
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Fade Into You,  Tracy Wolff

Review from Jeannie Zelos book reviews

Genre:  Romance, Women’s Fiction. 

 I loved Tracey’s Ethan Frost and  Extreme Risk novels. I know nothing, Zilch, Nada about winter sports and snowboarding, and yet she had me hooked on reading about it in the Extreme stories, and then I saw this – Tracy Wolff and Rock Band novels, two of my must try hooks. Somehow I missed the first two Shaken Dirty stories, so I want to catch up with them sometimes, when there’s time, when the TBR gets shorter ;-)

So, when this starts I found that Wyatt and Poppy get down and dirty very quickly and for the first quarter it seemed every few pages was another hot and heavy scene between them. Now I love sex in a story, when its well done and Tracey can do that but...I need the story to come first and for a while I thought this was going to be sex first story second :-( thankfully I was wrong and about a third of the way through the pace picked up, the story really got going and drew me in to what difficult choices the characters had, the problems they’d faced in the past, and how that affected the now. Just the kind of read I love and which Tracey does so well, lots of drama that feels very real, and has me wondering “what now” and thinking how can they move on, get past that issue, what’s going to happen next.

I really liked Poppy, put in a difficult position, always been struggling against her misogynistic father, and having to deal with all the hands on company problems herself and let him think her brother had done it. It was the only way she’d get to do the things she loved, things she was good at and found satisfying. She a real music fan and perfect for the job but her dad believes women should stick to typing – that sort of guy.
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