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Solo (Symphony Hall) by [Rico, Lauren E.]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1519 KB
  • Print Length: 409 pages
  • Publisher: Entangled: Embrace (8 May 2017)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 6 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #353,278 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Solo, Lauren E. Rico

Review from Jeannie Zelos book reviews

Genre:  Romance, New Adult. 

Well, I hesitated over reading this one. I read book one of Lauren's music trilogy, and though there were parts I loved, such as the music, there were parts I found really hard to get along with, and haven't yet decided if I'm going to read parts two and three. Eventually I took the plunge with Solo - and I'm So glad I did.

Its a wonderful story, perfectly written as far as my reading tastes go, mixing story, sex, drama and intrigue to make a tale I was gripped by. I've said often I hate when sex becomes the story, here its just right, sensual and erotic but fits within the book so very well. 
I have to say though, that cover is just awful, really tacky and just doesn't do the novel justice IMO. I'm one who rarely looks at covers, just reads the blurb, its only the brilliant or awful ones that catch my eye....
I loved Katherine, such a hard worker, so loyal to her father even when he's acted so harshly, when she could make her life easier if she did things another way.
She doesn't though, she's strongly moral, and just keeps her head down, works hard, and struggles through whatever the personal cost.
I so felt for her all the awful things she had to endure. Drew's hassling of her, he really picked on her, her advisor Tessa, wasn't any help, she seemed to dislike Katherine so its no wonder she didn't go to her for help, the other students were horrible to her.
She's so alone, friendless, family less and just has learned the only person she can rely on is herself. Isn't that horrible?
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4.5 stars

A great forbidden love story full of friction, angst, musical passion, and a bit of humour, too.

Katherine Brenner is the daughter of a highly unpopular Senator, who is rumoured to be running for the US presidency. She lives as low-key a life as possible, keeping her private life private, so nobody actually knows the true state of her relationship with her father. She just needs to keep dodging reporters and paparazzi during her final months of her Masters degree. In addition to all that, she also only has a few months left to put up with Dr Drew Markham’s baffling disdain, cutting tongue, and challenging classes – something she’s had to suffer for nearly six years. Determined to avoid any chance of failing, she drives through terrible snowy conditions to deliver her final assignment to his home.

“It’s easy to hate her. Much easier than liking her. I know it’s wrong. I know I’m wrong.”

Drew Markham knows that his dislike of the beautiful and brilliant Miss Brenner is unreasonable but he can’t help himself. It doesn’t help that she often bites back at him, riling him up even further. When he finds her fast asleep in her car, which is half covered in snow, right outside his house, he finds himself in a difficult position. Add in the fact that she appears to be very ill and, suddenly, he finds himself in an uncomfortable, intimate situation, and stuck with her company for a few snowed-in days.

“I think we have some unexpectedly strong feelings for one another.”

This was a fab, enemies-to-lovers read. All the sharpness and friction between Kate and Drew was the flipside of an amazing chemistry.
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This book is SO FREAKING GOOD!!!

I was ENTHRALLED by this book. I fell absolutely in love with page 1 and loved it until the very last word.

Lauren's writing style is excellent. The story flows and a steady pace, the dialogue is realistic and I totally got Kate's brand of humor.

The synopsis didn't really prepare me for exactly what was at play between Kate and Drew. Between Kate and Drew and a lot of other characters, for that matter. No spoilers, but there be lots of twists in this book!

I loved Kate. She definitely got the short end of the "stick of life," but she made the best of it and was a really beautiful person. I could not wait to see how this story ended for her!

And Drew. My gosh. The snowstorm, the reporter, the teachers, the students...he certainly had one heck of a gauntlet to survive, and I was so happy with his ending.

The final conflict of the story was absolutely heartbreaking and yet, I COULDN'T WAIT to see how it got resolved. Lauren gave me a villain to hate, which I did and I LOVED it, and all of the loose ends were neatly tied up.

I am a FOREVER FAN of Lauren Rico and I CANNOT WAIT for her next book!!!!!

(I received a copy of this book in consideration of an honest review)
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